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The Economic History review

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semestrale; dal 1949/50 quadrimestrale, dal trimestrale
ISSN: 0013-0117

Conservata in: Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali

– Punto di servizio: Economia Coll. Riv. Str. 0060
Consistenza: n. 1, 1927/28-
Lacune: a. 6, 1935-36; a. 15, 1946, 2;

– Punto di servizio: Scienze Politiche Coll. Riv. Str. 0306
Consistenza: n. 24, 1971-n. 54, 2001

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a. 23 n. s., 1970, 3

Ian Blanchard, Population Change, Enclosure and the Early Tudor Economy, p. 427
D. N. Mccloskey, Did Victorian Britain Fail?, p. 446
J. H. Porter, Wage Bargaining under Conciliation Agreements, 1860-1914, p. 460
N. K. Buxton, Entrepreneurial Efficiency in the British Coal Industry between the Wars, p. 476
L. Muchmore, A Note on Thomas Mun’s ‘England’s Treasure by Forraign Trade’, p. 498
P. A. David, Labour Productivity in English Agriculture, 1850-1914: Some Quantitative Evidence on Regional Differences, p. 504
E. H. Hunt, Quantitative and Other Evidence on Labour Productivity in Agriculture, 1850-1914, p. 515
S. Woolf, The Aristocracy in Transition: A Continental Comparison [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 520
M. A. Havinden, The History of Crop Cultivation in West Africa: A Bibliographical Guide [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 532

Reviews, p. 556

a. 23 n. s., 1970, 2

G. Gunderson, The Nature of Social Saving, p. 207
R. B. Grassby, The Personal Wealth of the Business Community in Seventeenth-Century England, p. 220
S. D. Chapman, Fixed Capital Formation in the British Cotton Industry, 1770-1815, p. 235
G. S. L. Tucker, Irish Fertility Ratios before the Famine, p. 267
D. K. Adie, English Bank Deposits before 1844, p. 285
G. Blainey, A Theory of Mineral Discovery: Australia in the Nineteenth Century, p. 298
D. J. Oddy, Working-Class Diets in Late Nineteenth-Century Britain, p. 314
J. Atkin, Official Regulation of British Overseas Investment, 1914-1931, p. 324
A. S. Milward, French Labour and the German Economy, 1942-1945: An Essay on the Nature of the Fascist New Order, p. 336

Reviews, p. 380

a. 23 n. s., 1970, 1

D. C. North, R. P. Thomas, An Economic Theory of the Growth of the Western World, p. 1
P. R. Hyams, The Origins of a Peasant Land Market in England, p. 18
J. Cornwall, English Population in the Early Sixteenth Century, p. 32
N. Mckendrick, Josiah Wedgwood and Cost Accounting in the Industrial Revolution, p. 45
E. G. West, Resource Allocation and Growth in Early Nineteenth-Century British Education, p. 68
J. R. Killick, W. A. Thomas, The Provincial Stock Exchanges, 1830-1870, p. 96
W. M. Mathew, Peru and the British Guano Market, 1840-1870, p. 112
H. A. Will, Colonial Policy and Economic Development in the British West Indies, 1895-1903, p. 129
B. M. Walsh, Marriage Rates and Population Pressure: Ireland, 1871 and 1911, p. 148
W. Ashworth, Backwardness, Discontinuity and Industrial Development [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 163

Reviews, p. 170

a. 22 n. s., 1969, 3

J. Goody, Economy and Feudalism in Africa, p. 393
M. Prestwich, Edward I’s Monetary Policies and their Consequences, p. 406
D. C. Coleman, An Innovation and its Diffusion: The “New Draperies”, p. 417
J. P. Huzel, Malthus, the Poor Law and Population in Early Nineteenth-Century England, p. 430
E. J. T. Collins, Harvest Technology and Labour Supply in Britain, 1790-1870, p. 453
R. C. Trebilcock, “Spin-off” in British Economic History: Armaments and Industry, 1760-1914, p. 474
W. Ashworth, Economic Aspects of Late Victorian Naval Administration, p. 491
P. A. David, Transport Innovation and Economic Growth: Professor Fogel on and off the Rails, p. 506
A. R. Bridbury, The Dark Ages [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 526
G. E. Fussell, The Classical Tradition in West European Farming: The Sixteenth Century [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 538

Reviews, p. 552

a. 22 n. s., 1969, 2

J. D. Gould, Hypothetical History, p. 195
J. Hatcher, A Diversified Economy: Later Medieval Cornwall, p. 208
W. B. Stephens, The Cloth Exports of the Provincial Ports, 1600-1640, p. 228
R. Burt, Lead Production in England and Wales, 1700-1770, p. 249
G. R. Hawke, M. C. Reed, Railway Capital in the United Kingdom in the Nineteenth Century, p. 269
A. E. Harrison, The Competetiveness of the British Cycle Industry, 1890-1914, p. 287
H. Kamen, Galley Service and Crime in Sixteenth-Century Spain [Comment], p. 304
I. A. A. Thompson, Galley Service and Crime in Sixteenth-Century Spain: Rejoinder[Comment], p. 305
R. Ashton, The Aristocracy in Transition [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 308

Reviews, p. 342

a. 22 n. s., 1969, 1

D. L. Farmer, Some Livestock Price Movements in Thirteenth-Century England, p. 1
B. Harvey, The Leasing of the Abbot of Westminster’s Demesnes in the Later Middle Ages, p. 17
P. Earle, The Commercial Development of Ancona, 1479-1551, p. 28
D. R. Ringrose, The Government and the Carters in Spain, 1476-1700, p. 45
D. J. Rowe, The Chartist Convention and the Regions, p. 58
N. M. Gordon, Britain and the Zollverein Iron Duties, 1842-5, p. 75
S. Fairlie, The Corn Laws and British Wheat Production, 1829-76, p. 88
D. Metcalf, Labour Productivity in English Agriculture, 1850-1914: A Theoretical Comment [Comment], p. 117
E. H. Hunt, Labour Productivity in English Agriculture, 1850-1914: Rejoinder [Comment], p. 118
A. G. Ford, A Note on British Export Performance, 1899-1913 [Comment], p. 120
A. Maizels, A Note on British Export Performance, 1899-1913: A Rejoinder [Comment], p. 122

Reviews, p. 123

a. 21 n. s., 1968, 3

C. T. Allmand, The Lancastrian Land Settlement in Normandy, 1417-50, p. 461
K. N. Chaudhuri, Treasure and Trade Balances: The East India Company’s Export Trade, 1660-1720, p. 480
C. Clay, Marriage, Inheritance and the Rise of Large Estates in England, 1660-1815, p. 503
W. J. Callahan, A Note on the Real y General Junta de Comercio, 1679-1814, p. 519
T. J. Raybould, The Development and Organization of Lord Dudley’s Mineral Estates, 1774-1845, p. 529
P. E. N. Hair, Mortality from Violence in the British Coal-Mines, 1800-50, p. 545
W. M. Mathew, The Imperialism of Free Trade: Peru, 1820-70, p. 562
A. G. Hopkins, Economic Imperialism in West Africa: Lagos, 1880-92, p. 580
R. C. Floud, R. S. Schofield, Social Structure from the Early Census Returns [Comment], p. 607
W. A. Armstrong, Social Structure from the Early Census Returns: Rejoinder [Comment], p. 609
E. L. Jones, The Condition of English Agriculture, 1500-1640 [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 614

Reviews, p. 646

a. 21 n. s., 1968, 2

R. R. Davies, Baronial Accounts, Incomes and Arrears in the Later Middle Ages, p. 211
A. E. Lieber, Eastern Business Practices and Medieval European Commerce, p. 230
I. A. A. Thompson, A Map of Crime in Sixteenth-Century Spain, p. 244
G. M. Walton, A Measure of Productivity Change in American Colonial Shipping, p. 268
J. Lee, Marriage and Population in Pre-Famine Ireland, p. 283
D. C. M. Platt, The Imperialism of Free Trade: Some Reservations, p. 296
R. T. Anstey, Capitalism and Slavery: A Critique, p. 307
R. D. Collison Black, Economic Policy in Ireland and India in the Time of J.S. Mill, p. 321
C. W. Newbury, The Protectionist Revival in French Colonial Trade: The Case of Senegal, p. 337
J. Brown, Charles Booth and Labour Colonies, 1889-1905, p. 349
J. D. Gould, F.J. Fisher on Influenta and Inflation in Tudor England[Comment], p. 361
F. J. Fisher, F.J. Fisher on Influenza and Inflation in Tudor England: Rejoinder [Comment], p. 368
A. R. Hall, Needham on China [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 371

Reviews, p. 383

a. 21 n. s., 1968, 1

M. Desai, Some Issues in Econometric History, p. 1
L. Soltow, Long-Run Changes in British Income Inequality, p. 17
R. P. Thomas, The Sugar Colonies of the Old Empire: Profit or Loss for Great Britain?, p. 30
R. B. Sheridan, The Wealth of Jamaica in the Eighteenth Century: A Rejoinder, p. 46
F. M. L. Thompson, The Second Agricultural Revolution, 1815-1880, p. 62
Y. Don, Comparability of International Trade Statistics: Great Britain and Austria-Hungary before World War I, p. 78
J. A. Dowie, Growth in the Inter-War Period: Some More Arithmetic, p. 93
R. C. Wiles, The Theory of Wages in Later English Mercantilism, p. 113
N. Mccord, The Seamen’s Strike of 1815 in North-East England, p. 127
K. Yamamura, A Re-examination of Entrepreneurship in Meiji Japan, p. 144
Georges Duby, The Agrarian Life of the Middle Ages[Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 159

Reviews, p. 166

a. 20 n. s., 1967, 3

J. P. Cooper, The Social Distribution of Land and Men in England, 1436-1700, p. 419
C. E. Challis, The Debasement of the Coinage, 1542-1551, p. 441
R. Larmour, A Merchant Guild of Sixteenth-Century France: The Grocers of Paris, p. 467
D. J. Rowe, Chartism and the Spitalfields Silk-Weavers, p. 482
M. E. Falkus, The British Gas Industry before 1850, p. 494
R. B. Du Boff, The Introduction of Electric Power in American Manufacturing, p. 509
P. L. Payne, The Emergence of the Large-scale Company in Great Britain, 1870-1914, p. 519
D. G. Watts, A Model for the Early Fourteenth Century, p. 543
G. N. von Tunzelmann, On a Thesis by Matthews, p. 548

Reviews, p. 555

a. 20 n. s., 1967, 2

S. Harvey, The Royal Revenue and Domesday Terminology, p. 221
R. B. Outhwaite, The Price of Crown Land at the Turn of the Sixteenth Century, p. 229
J. Dent, An Aspect of the Crisis of the Seventeenth Century: The Collapse of the Financial Administration of the French Monarchy (1653-61), p. 241
C. W. J. Granger, C. M. Elliott, A Fresh Look at Wheat Prices and Markets in the Eighteenth Century, p. 257
M. Sanderson, Education and the Factory in Industrial Lancashire, 1780-1840, p. 266
E. H. Hunt, Labour Productivity in English Agriculture, 1850-1914, p. 280
S. M. Eddie, The Changing Pattern of Landownership in Hungary, 1867-1914, p. 293
D. H. Aldcroft, Economic Growth in Britain in the Inter-War Years: A Re-Assessment, p. 311
Peter Brown, The Later Roman Empire [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 327
D. M. Metcalf, The Prosperity of North-Western Europe in the Eighth and Ninth Centuries [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 344
E. J. Hobsbawm, Trade Union History [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 358

Reviews, p. 385

a. 20 n. s., 1967, 1

A. M. Watson, Back to Gold – and Silver, p. 1
Harry A. Miskimin, Two Reforms of Charlemagne? Weights and Measures in the Middle Ages, p. 35
B. Dodwell, Holdings and Inheritance in Medieval East Anglia, p. 53
G. M. Walton, Sources of Productivity Change in Americal Colonia Shipping, 1675-1775, p. 67
D. A. Iredale, John and Thomas Marshall and the Society for Improving the British Salt Trade: an Example of Trade Regulation, p. 79
M. H. Port, The Office of Works and Building Contracts in Early Nineteenth-Century England, p. 94
S. B. Saul, The Market and the Development of the Mechanical Engineering Industries in Britain, 1860-1914, p. 111
G. S. L. Tucker, Population in History, I [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 131
M. W. Flinn, Population in History, II[Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 140
D. R. Fusfeld, On the Authorship and Dating of ‘For the Understanding of the Exchange’, I[Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 145
Raymond De Roover, On the Authorship and Dating of ‘For the Understanding of the Exchange’, II [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 150
P. Grierson, The Volume of Anglo-Saxon Coinage [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 153

Reviews, p. 161

a. 19 n. s., 1966, 3

F. M. L. Thompson, The Social Distribution of Landed Property in England since the Sixteenth Century, p. 505
A. R. H. Baker, Evidence in the ‘Nonarum Inquisitiones’ of Contracting Arable Lands in England during the Early Fourteenth Century, p. 518
C. S. L. Davies, Slavery and Protector Somerset: The Vagrancy Act of 1547, p. 533
J. R. Harris, Copper and Shipping in the Eighteenth Century, p. 550
O. T. Murphy, DuPont de Nemours and the Anglo-French Commercial Treaty of 1786, p. 569
J. E. Williams, The British Standard of Living, 1750-1850, p. 581
R. S. Neale, The Standard of Living, 1780-1844: A Regional and Class Study, p. 590
M. E. Rose, The Allowance System under the New Poor Law, p. 607
R. A. Church, B. M. D. Smith, Competition and Monopoly in the Coffin Furniture Industry, 1870-1915, p. 621
R. W. Fogel, The New Economic History: Its Findings and Methods, p. 642
L. Davis, Professor Fogel and the New Economic History, p. 657

Reviews, p. 664

a. 19 n. s., 1966, 2

L. Davis, The Capital Markets and Industrial Concentration: The U.S. and U.K., A Comparative Study, p. 255
D. W. Crossley, The Mangement of a Sixteenth-Century Iron Works, p. 273
R. B. Outhwaite, The Trials of Foreign Borrowing: The English Crown and the Antwerp Money Market in the Mid-Sixteenth Century, p. 289
R. Davis, The Rise of Protection in England, 1669-1786, p. 306
K. A. Lockridge, The Population of Dedham, Massachusetts, 1636-1736, p. 318
K. N. Chaudhuri, India’s Foreign Trade and theCessation of the East India Company’s Trading Activities, 1828-1840, p. 345
R. C. Trebilcock, A ‘Special Relationship’ – Government, Rearmament and the Cordite Firms, p. 364
R. H. Britnell, Production for the Market on a Small Fourteenth-Century Estate, p. 380
M. Dewar, The Authorship of the Discourse of the Commonweal, p. 388
W. A. Mccutcheon, The Use of Documentary Source Material in the Northern Ireland Survey of Industrial Archaeology, p. 401

Reviews, p. 413

a. 19 n. s., 1966, 1

Zs. P. Pach, The Development of Feudal Rent in Hungary in the Fifteenth Century, p. 1
M. Malowist, The Problem of the Inequality of Economic Development in Europe in the Later Middle Ages, p. 15
J. A. van Houtte, The Rise and Decline of the Market of Bruges, p. 29
N. Z. Davis, A Trade Union in Sixteenth-Century France, p. 48
T. K. Rabb, Investment in English Overseas Enterprise, 1575-1630, p. 70
E. A. Wrigley, Family Limitation in Pre-Industrial England, p. 82
R. G. Wilson, Transport Dues as Indices of Economic Growth, 1775-1820, p. 110
P. S. Gupta, Railway Trade Unionism in Britain, c. 1880-1900, p. 124
H. S. Cobb, Sources for Economic History amongst the Parliamentary Records in the House of Lords Record Office, p. 154
J. A. Mertens, A. E. Verhulst, Yield-Ratios in Flanders in the Fourteenth Century, p. 175
J. Lee, Money and Beer in Ireland, 1790-1875, I, p. 183
P. Lynch, J. Vaizey, Money and Beer in Ireland, 1790-1875, II, p. 190
G. C. Bolton, The Founding of the Second British Empire [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 195

Reviews, p. 201

a. 18 n. s., 1965, 3

D. M. Metcalf, How Large was the Anglo-Saxon Currency?, p. 475
R. S. Schofield, The Geographical Distribution of Wealth in England, 1334-1649, p. 483
H. Kamen, Confiscations in the Economy of the Spanish Inquisition, p. 511
S. D. Chapman, The Transition to the Factory System in the Midlands Cotton-Spinning Industry, p. 526
D. C. Moore, The Corn Laws and High Farming, p. 544
S. Fairlie, The Nineteenth-Century Corn Law Reconsidered, p. 562
I. Klein, Utilitarianism and Agrarian Progress in Western India, p. 576
C. M. Allan, The Genesis of British Urban Redevelopment with Special Reference to Glasgow, p. 598
R. H. Myers, Cotton Textile Handicraft and the Development of the Cotton Textile Industry in Modern China, p. 614
R. Currie, R. M. Hartwell, The Making of the English Working Class? [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 633

Reviews, p. 644

a. 18 n. s., 1965, 2

David Herlihy, Population, Plague and Social Change in Rural Pistoia, 1201-1430, p. 225
A. Kobata, The Production and Uses of Gold and Silver in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Japan, p. 245
D. J. Buisseret, The Communications of France during the Reconstruction of Henri IV, p. 267
R. Mitchison, The Movements of Scottish Corn Prices in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, p. 278
R. B. Sheridan, The Wealth of Jamaica in the Eighteenth Century, p. 292
P. E. Razzell, Population Change in Eighteenth-Century England. A Reinterpretation, p. 312
P. Harnetty, The Imperialism of Free Trade: Lancashire and the Indian Cotton Duties, 1859-1862, p. 333
G. Blainey, Lost Causes of the Jameson Raid, p. 350
G. C. Bolton, Some British Reactions to the Irish Act of Union, p. 367
P. M. A. Bourke, The Agricultural Statistics of the 1841 Census of Ireland. A Critical Review, p. 376
Y. S. Brenner, The Price Revolution Reconsidered: A Reply, p. 392
J. F. Wright, British Economic Growth, 1688-1959 [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 397

Reviews, p. 413

a. 18 n. s., 1965, 1

G. Clark, Traffic in Stone Axe and Adze Blades, p. 1
M. I. Finley, Technical Innovation and Economic Progress in the Ancient World, p. 29
E. M. Carus-Wilson, The First Half-Century of the Borough of Stratford-upon-Avon, p. 46
E. Miller, The Fortunes of the English Textile Industry in the Thirteenth Century, p. 64
J. A. Raftis, Social Structures in Five East Midland Villages, p. 83
S. L. Thrupp, The Problem of Replacement Rates in Late Medieval English Population, p. 101
F. J. Fisher, Influenza and Inflation in Tudor England, p. 120
H. J. Habakkuk, Landowners and the Civil War, p. 130
A. H. John, Miles Nightingale – Drysalter. A Study in Eighteenth-Century Trade, p. 152
R. M. Hartwell, The Causes of the Industrial Revolution. An Essay in Methodology, p. 164
Charles Wilson, Economy and Society in Late Victorian Britain, p. 183
D. W. Brogan, The Quarrel over Charles Austin Beard and the American Constitution, p. 199

a. 17 n. s., 1964/65, 3

F. R. H. Du Boulay, Who were Farming the English Demesnes at the End of the Middle Ages?, p. 443
J. Cornwall, The Early Tudor Gentry, p. 456
M. Dewar, The Memorandum ‘For the Understanding of the Exchange’: Its Authorship and Dating, p. 476
S. Fairlie, Dyestuffs in the Eighteenth Century, p. 488
J. Butt, Technical Change and the Growth of the British Shale-Oil Industry (1680-1870), p. 511
B. Semmel, Malthus: ‘Physiocracy’ and the Commercial System, p. 522
E. M. Sigsworth, Science and the Brewing Industry, 1850-1900, p. 536
B. B. Gilbert, The Decay of Provident Institutions and the Coming of Old Age Pensions in Great Britain, p. 551
J. N. Westwood, John Hughes and Russian Metallurgy, p. 564
P. J. Jones, Economic Organization and Policies in the Middle Ages [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 570
R. Ashton, Puritanism and Progress[Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 579

Reviews, p. 588

a. 17 n. s., 1964/65, 2

F. C. Lane, Tonnages, Medieval and Modern, p. 213
C. S. L. Davies, Provisions for Armies, 1509-60: A Study in the Effectiveness of Early Tudor Government, p. 234
J. D. Gould, The Price Revolution Reconsidered, p. 249
S. J. Woolf, Economic Problems of the Nobility in the Early Modern Period: The Example of Piedmont, p. 267
P. J. Marshall, The Personal Fortune of Warren Hastings, p. 284
S. H. Cousens, The Regional Variations in Population Changes in Ireland, 1861-1881, p. 301
E. L. Jones, The Agricultural Labour Market in England, 1793-1872, p. 322
D. Bythell, The Hand-loom Weavers in the English Cotton Industry during the Industrial Revolution: Some Problems, p. 339
J. R. Kellett, Glasgow’s Railways, 1830-80: A Study in ‘Natural Growth’, p. 354
E. H. Whetham, The London Milk Trade, 1860-1900, p. 369
G. E. Mingay, The Land Tax Assessments and the Small Landowner, p. 381
D. J. Coppock, British Industrial Growth curing the ‘Great Depression’ (1873-96): A Pessimist’s View, p. 389
A. E. Musson, British Industrial Growth, 1873-96: A Balanced View, p. 397

Reviews, p. 404

a. 17 n. s., 1964/65, 1

A. R. H. Baker, Open Fields and Partible Inheritance on a Kent Manor, p. 1
V. Ponko, N.S.B. Gras and Elizabethan Corn Policy: A Re-examination of the Problem, p. 24
R. C. Jarvis, Official Trade and Revenue Statistics, p. 43
H. Kamen, The Decline of Castile: The last Crisis, p. 63
W. H. Oliver, The Consolidated Trades’ Union of 1834, p. 77
B. W. E. Alford, Government Expenditure and the Growth of the Printing Industry in the Nineteenth Century, p. 96
D. H. Aldcroft, The Entrepreneur and the British Economy, 1870-1914, p. 113
R. J. Moore, Imperialism and ‘Free Trade’ Policy in India, 1853-4, p. 135
D. Spring, English Landed Society in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 146

Reviews, p. 154

a. 16 n. s., 1963/64, 3

B. Pullan, Wage-earners and the Venetian Economy, 1550-1630, p. 407
F. R. H. Du Boulay, A Rentier Economy in the later Middle Ages: The Archbischopric of Canterbury, p. 427
J. E. Farnell, The Navigation Act of 1651. The First Dutch War and the London Merchant Community, p. 439
T. C. Smout, The Anglo-Scottish Union of 1707. I. The Economic Background, p. 455
R. H. Campbell, The Anglo-Scottish Union of 1707. II. The Economic Consequences, p. 468
F. J. Glover, Government Contracting. Competition and Growth in the Heavy Woollen Industry, p. 478
A. S. Milward, The End of the Blitzkrieg, p. 499
C. M. Cipolla, R. S. Lopez, H. A. Miskimin, Economic Depression of the Renaissance?, p. 519
O. Macdonagh, The Origins of Porter, p. 530
M. A. Hudson, The Bank of England and its Discounts in 1810, p. 536

Reviews, p. 560

a. 16 n. s., 1963/64, 2

G. S. L. Tucker, English Pre-Industrial Population Trends, p. 205
H. E. S. Fisher, Anglo-Portuguese Trade, 1700-1770, p. 219
Hoh-Cheung Mui, H. Lorna, The Commutation Act and the Tea Trade in Britain, 1784-1793, p. 234
S. Pollard, Factory Discipline in the Industrial Revolution, p. 254
R. Duncan, Case Studies in Emigration: Cornwall, Gloucestershire and New South Wales, 1877-1886, p. 272
E. Searle, Hides, Virgates and Tenant Settlements at Battle Abbey, p. 290
M. Drake, Marriage and Population Growth in Ireland, 1750-1845, p. 301
H. E. Hallam, Further Observations on the Spalding Serf Lists, p. 338
J. D. Gould, Y.S. Brenner on Prices: A Comment, p. 351

Reviews, p. 361

a. 16 n. s., 1963/64, 1

W. Leontief, When should History be written backwards?, p. 1
Olive Coleman, Trade and Prosperity in the Fifteenth Century: Some Aspects of the Trade of Southampton, p. 9
K. N. Chaudhuri, The East India Company and the Export of Treasure in the Early Seventeenth Century, p. 23
E. Robinson, Eighteenth-Century Commerce and Fashion: Matthew Boulton’s Marketing Techniques, p. 39
J. S. Macdonald, Agricultural Organization, Migration and Labour Militancy in Rural Italy, p. 61
J. R. Vincent, The Electoral Sociology of Rochdale, p. 76
W. G. Kerr, Scotland and the Texas Mortgage Business, p. 91
C. W. Hollister, J. C. Holt, Two Comments on the Problem of Continuity in Anglo-Norman Feudalism, p. 104
E. J. Hobsbawm, R. M. Hartwell, The Standard of Living during the Industrial Revolution: A Discussion, p. 120
W. H. Marwick, A Bibliography of Scottish Economic History, 1951-1962, p. 149

Reviews, p. 155

a. 15 n. s., 1962/63, 3

Carlo M. Cipolla, Currency Depreciation in Medieval Europe, p. 413
J. M. W. Bean, Plague, Population and Economic Decline in the Later Middle Ages, p. 423
A. S. Skinner, Sir James Steuart: International Relations, p. 438
B. Behrens, Nobles, Privileges and Taxes in France at the end of the Ancien Régime, p. 451
J. R. T. Hughes, N. Rosenberg, The United States Business Cycle before 1860: Some Problems of Interpretation, p. 476
D. C. M. Platt, The Role of the British Consular Service in Overseas Trade, 1825-1914, p. 494
D. Williams, London and the 1931 Financial Crisis, p. 513
A. E. Musson, British Industrial Growth during the ‘Great Depression’ (1873-96): Some Comments, p. 529

Reviews, p. 534

a. 15 n. s., 1962/63, 2

D. A. Farnie, The Commercial Empire of the Atlantic, 1607-1783, p. 205
M. M. Postan, Village Livestock in the Thirteenth Century, p. 219
M. E. Mallett, Anglo-Florentine Commercial Relations, 1465-1491, p. 250
Y. S. Brenner, The Inflation of Prices in England, 1551-1650, p. 266
R. Davis, English Foreign Trade, 1700-1774, p. 285
H. Kisch, The Impact of the French Revolution on the Lower Rhine Textile Districts -, Some Comments on Economic Development and Social Change, p. 304
K. J. Hancock, The Reduction of Unemployment as a Problem of Public Policy, 1920-29, p. 328
H. W. Richardson, The Basis of Economic Recovery in the Nineteen-Thirties: A Review and a New Interpretation, p. 344
Charles Wilson, International Payments: An Interim Comment, p. 364

Reviews, p. 370

a. 15 n. s., 1962/63, 1

E. A. Wrigley, The Supply of Raw Materials in the Industrial Revolution, p. 1
E. B. Fryde, The Last Trials of Sir William de la Pole, p. 17
R. A. Donkin, Cattle on the Estates of Medieval Cistercian Monasteries in England and Wales, p. 31
J. Cornwall, English Country towns in the Fifteen-Twenties, p. 54
H. J. Habakkuk, Public Finance and the Sale of Confiscated Property during the Interregnum, p. 70
W. O. Henderson, The Berlin Commercial Crisis of 1763, p. 89
O. Robinson, The London Companies as Progressive Landlords in Nineteenth-Century Ireland, p. 103
S. B. Saul, House Building in England, 1890-1914, p. 119
J. C. Russell, Demographic Limitations of the Spalding Serf Lists, p. 138
E. L. Jones, English Farming before and during the Nineteenth Century, p. 145

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M. M. Postan, Function and Dialectic in Economic History, p. 397
Robert S. Lopez, Harry A. Miskimin, The Economic Depression of the Renaissance, p. 408
M. Drake, An Elementary Exercise in Parish Register Demography, p. 427
J. Sperling, The International Payments Mechanism in the Seventeeth and Eighteenth Centuries, p. 446
G. E. Mingay, The Size of Farms in the Eighteenth Century, p. 469
O. Macdonagh, The Anti-Imperialism of Free Trade, p. 489
K. H. Connell, Peasant Marriage in Ireland: Its Structure and Development since the Famine, p. 502

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D. K. Fieldhouse, ‘Imperialism’: An Historiographical Revision, p. 187
W. O. Ault, By-Laws of Gleaning and the Problems of Harvest, p. 210
J. Z. Titow, Some Evidence of the Thirteenth Century Population Increase, p. 218
Y. S. Brenner, The Inflation of Prices in Early Sixteenth Century England, p. 225
T. C. Smout, The Early Scottish Sugar Houses, 1660-1720, p. 240
J. M. Price, Multilateralism and/or Bilateralism: The Settlement of British Trade Balances with ‘The North’, c. 1700, p. 254
S. H. Cousens, Emigration and Demographic Change in Ireland, 1851-1861, p. 275
C. P. Kindleberger, Foreign Trade and Economic Growth: Lessons from Britain and France, 1850 to 1913, p. 289
A. E. P. Duffy, New Unionism in Britain, 1889-1890: A Reappraisal, p. 306
O. Anderson, Loans versus Taxes: British Financial Policy in the Crimean War, p. 314
F. Musgrove, Middle-Class Education and Employment in the Nineteenth Century: A Rejoinder, p. 320
A. G. Ford, Notes on the Role of Exports in British Economic Fluctuations, 1870-1914, p. 328
A. R. Hall, Long Waves in Building in the British Economy of the Nineteenth Century: A Comment, p. 330
J. C. Holt, Feudalism Revisited [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 333

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F. Mauro, Towards an ‘Intercontinental Model’: European Overseas Expansion between 1500 and 1800, p. 1
R. Foster, The Noble Wine Producers of the Bordelais in the Eighteenth Century, p. 18
O. Anderson, Economic Warfare in the Crimean War, p. 34
A. J. Taylor, Labour Productivity and Technological Innovation in the British Coal Industry, 1850-1914, p. 48
H. E. Hallam, Population Density in Medieval England, p. 71
M. W. Flinn, The Poor Employment Act of 1817, p. 82
R. V. Clements, British Trade Unions and Popular Political Economy, 1850-1875, p. 93
J. Bach, The Political Economy of Pearlshelling, p. 105
Y. Komatsu, The Study of Economic History in Japan, p. 115
H. J. Perkin, Middle-Class Education and Employment in the Nineteenth Century: A Critical Note, p. 122
C. Roth, The Economic History of the Jews [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 131

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G. V. Scammell, English Merchant Shipping at the Ende of the Middle Ages: Some East Coast Evidence, p. 327
R. B. Sheridan, The Rise of a Colonial Gentry: A Case Study of Antigua, 1730-1775, p. 342
M. Blaug, The Productivity of Capital in the Lancashire Cotton Industry during the Nineteenth Century, p. 358
J. D. Marshall, The Nottinghamshire Reformers and their Contribution to the New Poor Law, p. 382
R. M. Hartwell, The Rising Standard of Living in England, 1800-1850, p. 397
T. S. Fletcher, The Great Depression of English Agriculture, 1873-1896, p. 417
G. R. Elton, State Planning in Early-Tudor England, p. 433
L. J. Williams, The Welsh Tinplate Trade in the Mid-Eighteenth Century, p. 440
A. K. Cairncross, The Stages of Economic Growth [Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 450

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A. H. M. Jones, The Cloth Industry under the Roman Empire, p. 183
G. A. Holmes, Florentine Merchants in England, 1346-1436, p. 193
Charles Wilson, Cloth Production and International Competition in the Seventeenth Century, p. 209
A. E. Musson, E. Robinson, Science and Industry in the Late Eighteenth Century, p. 222
L. A. Clarkson, The Organization of the English Leather Industry in the late Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, p. 245
E. W. Cooney, Long Waves in Building in the British Economy of the Nineteenth Century, p. 257
W. M. Stern, Wehrwirtschaft: A German Contribution to Economics, p. 270

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A. Burford, Heavy Transport in Classical Antiquity, p. 1
R. B. Grassby, Social Status and Commercial Enterprise under Louis XIV, p. 19
A. W. Coats, Economic Thought and Poor Law Policy in the Eighteenth Century, p. 39
L. E. Davis, J. R. T. Hughes, A Dollar-Sterling-Exchange, 1803-1895, p. 52
David Herlihy, The Carolingian Mansus, p. 79
W. N. Calkins, A Victorian Free Trade Lobby, p. 90
K. G. Davies, Empire and Capital[Essays in Bibliography and Criticism], p. 105

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