Economy and History DATINI

Economy and History

Lund, Lunds Universitet. Ekonomisk-Historiska Institutionen – Ekonomisk-Historiska Föreningen
dal 1981 assorbita in: Scandinavian economic history review
Conservata in: Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali
Punto di servizio: Economia – Coll: Riv. Str. 0231
Consistenza: n. 1, 1958-n. 23, 1980
Lacune: a. 1957, 3; a. 1966,2-1968, 1; 1969, 1; 1973, 2; 1973, 4; 1974, 1-2;
[ 1980-1971 ] [ 1970-1958 ]

copertina della rivista

a. XIII, 1970

Rolf Ohlsson, Economic fluctuations and immigration to Sweden 1945-1967, p. 3
Viljo Rasila, The use of multivariable analysis in historical studies, p. 24
Neelambar Hatti, Growth of private foreign investments in India 1948-1960, p. 54

a. XII, 1969

Erland K. Charlesworth, The contributions of rationalization to industrial development in Sweden 1918-1939, p. 3
Sven Gaunitz, Forest resource and forest industry in Northern Sweden 1918-1939, p. 43

a. XI, 1968

B. Holgersson, E. Nicander, The railroads and the economic development in Sweden during the 1870s, p. 3
S. Liberman, Norwegian population growth in the 19th century, p. 52
C. – A. Olsson, Swedish agricolture during the interwar years, p. 67

a. X, 1967

L. – E. Hedin, Some notes on the financing of the Swedish railroads 1860-1914, p. 3
F. Redlich, Two nineteenth-century financiers and autobiographers, p. 37

Selected bibliography, p. 129

a. IX, 1966

G. Aspwall, The sale of crown land in Sweden. The introductory epoch 1701-1723, p. 3
R. Bunte, Economic structure and development of Scanian fishing, 1870-1960, p. 29
S. Åkerman, The Swedish experiment with progressive incometax in 1810, p. 62

Selected bibliography, p. 121

a. VIII, 1965

Lennart Jörberg, Structural change and economic growth: Sweden in the 19th century, p. 3
Gert Tiderius, Some notes on agricultural policy in Sweden after the second world war, p. 47

Arnold Blumberg, The second french empire, Eugène Rouherm and Italian Railroads; documents illustrative of economic imperialism, p. 78

Selected bibliography, p. 83

a. VII, 1964

Rickard Westrup, Investment and profitability of the shipyard industry in Sweden during the 1950’s, p. 3
Pär-Erik Back, Patriarchalism and the rise of rural labour organizations in Sweden, p. 46
Mario Abrate, The Swedish iron industry in the 1830’s, p. 74

Book reviews, p. 90
Selected bibliography, p. 102

a. VI, 1963

Gunnar Fridlizius, Sweden’s export 1850-1960. A study in perspective, p. 3
Torun Nystrom-Hedlund, The Swedish crisis of the 1850’s, p. 101

Selected bibliography, p. 125

a. V, 1962

Lars Holmberg, Mauritius. A study in disaster, p. 3
Olof Nordström, Population and labour problems in Sweden’s depopulated districts, p. 30
Johannes Strandh, Some notes on the history of international capital movements 1930-1932, p. 46

Selected bibliography, p. 81
Index volume I -V, p. 97

a. IV, 1961

Oscar Bjurling, Sweden’s foreign trade and shipping around the year 1700, p. 3
Björn Lárusson, Valuation and distribution of landed property in Iceland, p. 34
Per-Ove Sallius, Swedish-American treaty policy, 1920-1935, p. 65

Selected bibliography, p. 90

a. III, 1960

Sven B. Ek, Economic booms, innovationsm and the popular culture, p. 3
Jörn Svensson, A case study in economic retardation, p. 38
Gunnar Fridlizius, The crimean war and the swedish economy, p. 56

Selected bibliography, p. 104
Book received, p. 118

a. II, 1959

Bertil Ohlin, The ouantity theory in Swedish literature, p. 3
Oscar Bjurling, The Barons’ Revolution, p. 19
C. – A. Nilsson, Business incorporations in Sweden. A study of enterprise 1849-1896, p. 38

Book reviews, p. 97
Selected bibliography, p. 106
Books received, p. 117

a. I, 1958

Oscar Bjurling, Price developments in the Swedish realm during the latter part of the 17th century, p. 3
Ove Gerard, The purchase of agricultural land by the timber industry in Sweden from 1885 to 1906, p. 21
Lennart Jörberg, Some notes in competition and cooperation in Swedish industry in the eighteen seventies and eighteen eighties, p. 34
Thorkild oversen, Swedish agricultural policy and agricultural production from 1930 to 1940, p. 43