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European Review of Economic History

Cambridge, Cambridge University press in association with Kobenhavns universitet. Okonomiske Institut European, University of Groningen, European Historical Economics Society
ISSN: 1361-4916
Conservata in: Prato, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini”, Coll: Riv. 53
Consistenza: v. 5, 2001, 1-v. 9, 2005, 3

Conservata in: Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali
Punto di servizio: Economia – Coll: Riv. Str. 0734
Consistenza: v. 1, 1997, 1-
Lacune: v. 11, 2007, 2;
[ 2030-2021 ] [ 2020-2011 ] [ 2010-1997 ]

copertina della rivista

v. 24, 2020, 4

Victor Court, A reassessment of the Great Divergence debate: towards a reconciliation of apparently distinct determinants, p. 633
Alexander Pütz, Pierre L. Siklos, Christoph Sulewski, Networks and trade costs in commodity markets during the late nineteenth century: a new dataset and evidence, p. 675
Louis Rouanet, Ennio E. Piano, Filling the ranks: the Remplacement Militaire in post-revolutionary France, p. 696
Dimitrios Theodoridis, Klas Rönnbäck, Werner Scheltjens, Factor endowments and international trade: a study of land embodied in trade on the Baltic Sea region, 1750-1856, p. 716
Nicholas Crafts, Terence C. Mills, Sooner than you think: the Pre-1914 UK Productivity Slowdown was Victorian not Edwardian, p. 736
Christopher L. Colvin, Stuart Henderson, John D. Turner, The origins of the (cooperative) species: Raiffeisen banking in the Netherlands, 1898-1909, p. 749
Corinne Boter, Pieter Woltjer, The impact of sectoral shifts on Dutch unmarried women’s labor force participation, 1812-1929, p. 783
John Fitzgerald, Seán Kenny, “Till debt do us part”: financial implications of the divorce of the Irish Free State from the United Kingdom, 1922-1926, p. 818

v. 24, 2020, 3

Katherine Eriksson, Ethnic enclaves and immigrant outcomes: Norwegian immigrants during the Age of Mass Migration, p. 427
Gary W. Cox, Patent disclosure and England’s early industrial revolution, p. 447
Stefania Galli, Klas Rönnbäck, Colonialism and rural inequality in Sierra Leone: an egalitarian experiment, p. 468
Ulrich Pfiste, The Crafts-Harley view of German industrialization: an independent estimate of the income side of net national product, 1851-1913, p. 502
Seán Kenny, John D. Turner, Wildcat bankers or political failure? The Irish fi nancial pantomime, 1797-1826, p. 522
Giacomo Domini, Exhibitions, patents, and innovation in the early twentieth century: evidence from the Turin 1911 International Exhibition, p. 578
Chris Minns, Clare H. Crowston, Raoul De Kerf, Bert De Munck, Marcel J. Hoogenboom, Christopher M. Kissane, Maarten Prak, Patrick H. Wallis, The extent of citizenship in pre-industrial England, Germany, and the Low Countries, p. 601

Gino Luzzatto. Prize by the European Historical Economics Society for the best dissertation in economic history submitted between June 2017 and June 2019 — Summaries of the finalists’ PhD theses, p. 626
Thilo N. H. Albers, Trade frictions, trade policies, and the interwar business cycle, p. 627
Pamfili Antipa, The interactions between monetary and fi scal policies in Britain during the French Wars (1793-1821), p. 629
Michiel De Haas, Rural livelihoods and agricultural commercialization in colonial Uganda: conjunctures of external infl uences and local realities, p. 631

v. 24, 2020, 2

Zachary Ward, The low return to English fluency during the Age of Mass Migration, p. 219
Ivan Luzardo-Luna, Labour frictions in interwar Britain: industrial reshuffling and the origin of mass unemployment, p. 243
Gunes Gokmen, Dmitrii Kofanov, Career incentives in political hierarchy: evidence from Imperial Russia, p. 264
Luka Miladinovi?, Trade and nationalism: market integration in interwar Yugoslavia, p. 288 Leandro Prados De La Escosura, Foreign capital in 19th century Spain’s investment boom, p. 314
Oscar Gelderblom, Abe De Jong, Joost Jonker, Learning how to manage risk by hedging: the VOC insurance contract of 1613, p. 332
Wilfried Kisling, A microanalysis of trade fi nance: German bank entry and coffee exports in Brazil, 1880-1913, p. 356
Patrick K. O’brien, Nuno Palma, Danger to the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street? The Bank Restriction Act and the regime shift to paper money, 1797-1821, p. 390

v. 24, 2020, 1

Federico Tadei, Measuring extractive institutions: colonial trade and price gaps in French Africa, p. 1
Gary W. Cox, British state development after the Glorious Revolution, p. 24
Petri Roikonen, Sakari Heikkinen, A Kuznets rise and a Piketty fall: income inequality in Finland, 1865-1934, p. 46
Laura Panza, Jeffrey G. Williamson, Living costs and living standards: Australian development 1820-1870, p. 80
Enrique Jorge-Sotelo, The limits to lender of last resort interventions in emerging economies: evidence from the Gold Standard and the Great Depression in Spain, p. 98
Richard W. Unger, English energy consumption and the impact of the Black Death, p. 134
Amanda G. Gregg, Vertical and horizontal integration in Imperial Russian cotton textiles, 1894-1900, p. 157
Veronique Vermoesen, Marc Deloof, Armin Schwienbacher, Incentives work: performance-related remuneration of directors before and during the great depression in Belgium, p. 192

v. 23, 2019, 4

Gabriel Brea-Martínez, Joana-Maria Pujadas-Mora, Estimating long-term socioeconomic inequality in southern Europe: The Barcelona area, 1481-1880, p. 397
Jeanne Cilliers, Martine Mariotti, The shaping of a settler fertility transition: eighteenth- and nineteenth-century South African demographic history reconsidered, p. 421
Amanda Gregg, Steven Nafziger, Capital structure and corporate performance in late Imperial Russia, p. 446
María Gómez León, The rise of the middle class in Brazil, 1850-1950, p. 482
Emanuele Felice, The roots of a dual equilibrium: GDP, productivity, and structural change in the Italian regions in the long run (1871-2011), p. 499

v. 23, 2019, 3

Paul Castañeda Dower, Andrei Markevich, The Stolypin reform and agricultural productivity in late imperial Russia, p. 241
Kerstin Enflo, Tobias Karlsson, From conflict to compromise: the importance of mediation in Swedish work stoppages 1907-1927, p. 268
Paul Kosmetatos, Last resort lending before Henry Thornton? The Bank of England’s role in containing the 1763 and 1772-1773 British credit crises, p. 299
Carlo Ciccarelli, Jacob Weisdor, Pioneering into the past: Regional literacy developments in Italy before Italy, p. 329
Johannes Norling, Family planning and fertility in South Africa under apartheid, p. 365

v. 23, 2019, 2

Alan De Bromhead, Alan Fernihough, Markus Lampe, Kevin Hjortshøj O’rourke, The anatomy of a trade collapse: the UK 1929-1933, p. 123
Alexandra L. Cermeño, The driving forces of service localization during the twentieth century: evidence from the United States, p. 145
Concha Betrán, Maria A. Pons, Understanding Spanish financial crises severity, 1850-2015, p. 175
Fabian Wahl, Political participation and economic development. Evidence from the rise of participative political institutions in the late medieval German Lands, p. 193
Paul Lombardi, Examining the effect of economic shocks on the schooling choices of southern farmers, p. 214

v. 23, 2019, 1

Gregori Galofré-Vilà, Christopher M. Meissner, Martin Mckee, David Stuckler, The economic consequences of the 1953 London Debt Agreement, p. 1
Elena Seghezza, Pierluigi Morelli, Suffrage extension, social identity, and redistribution: the case of the Second Reform Act, p. 30
Fredrik N. G. Andersson, Jason Lennard, Irish GDP between the Famine and the First World War: estimates based on a dynamic factor model, p. 50
Jan Annaert, Frans Buelens, Ludo Cuyvers, Returns on foreign investment during the pre-1914 era: the case of Russia, p. 72
Jakob Molinder, Wage differentials, economic restructuring and the solidaristic wage policy in Sweden, p. 97

v. 22, 2018, 4

Robert C. Allen, The hand-loom weaver and the power loom: a Schumpeterian perspective, p. 381
Leonard Kukic, Socialist growth revisited: insights from Yugoslavia, p. 403
Stéphane Becuwe, Bertrand Blancheton, Christopher M. Meissner, Stages of diversification: France, p. 430
Timothy W. Guinnane, Susana Martínez-Rodríguez, Instructions not included: Spain’s Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada, p. 462

v. 22, 2018, 3

Kara Dimitruk, “I Intend Therefore to Prorogue”: the effects of political conflict and the Glorious Revolution in parliament, p. 261
Sibylle Lehmann-Hasemeyer, Jochen Streb, Does Social Security Crowd Out Private Savings? The Case of Bismarck’s System of Social Insurance, p. 298
Jacopo Timini, Currency unions and heterogeneous trade effects: the case of the Latin Monetary Union, p. 322
Eric Monnet, Credit controls as an escape from the trilemma. The Bretton Woods experience, p. 349
Alejandro Quiroz Flores, Paul Whiteley, The “Beeching Axe” and electoral support in Britain, p. 361

v. 22, 2018, 2

Jean Lacroix, Steam democracy up! Industrialization-led opposition in Napoleonic plebiscites, p. 135
Lars Ahnland, Inequality and bank debt in Sweden in 1919-2012, p. 161
Giovanni Federico, Antonio Tena-Junguito, American divergence: Lost decades and Emancipation collapse in Latin America and the Caribbean, p. 185
Carles Sudrià, Emptying the Coffers: Old Money to Build New Railways, Spain, p. 210
Douglas W. Allen, “The Lesser of Two Weevils”: British victualling organization in the long eighteenth century, p. 233

v. 22, 2018, 1

Matthias Blum, Claudia Rei, Escaping Europe: health and human capital of Holocaust refugees, p. 1
Alexander Opitz, “Comrades, Let’s March!”. The Revolution of and its impact on financial markets, p. 28
Ulas Karakoç, Industrial growth in interwar Egypt: first estimates, new insights, p. 53
Alfonso Herranz-Loncán, Johan Fourie, “For the public benefit”? Railways in the British Cape Colony, p. 73
Stefan Nikolic, Determinants of industrial location: Kingdom of Yugoslavia in the interwar period, p. 101

v. 21, 2017, 4

Claude Diebolt, Audrey-Rose Menard, Faustine Perrin, Behind the fertility-education nexus: what triggered the French development process?, p. 357
David Fielding, Shef Rogers, Monopoly power in the eighteenth-century British book trade, p. 393
Ling-Fan Li, Arbitrage, communication, and market integration at the time of Datini, p. 414
Thor Berger, Gino Luzzatto. Dissertation Prize for 2015 to June 2017-Summaries of the Finalists’ PhD Theses Engines of growth: essays in Swedish economic history, p. 434
Nuno Palma, Harbingers of modernity: monetary injections and European economic growth, 1492-1790, p. 435
Leonardo Ridolfi, The French economy in the longue durée: a study on real wages, working days and economic performance from Louis IX to the Revolution (1250-1789), p. 437

Corrigendum to: “For the public benefit”? Railways in the British Cape Colony, p. 439

v. 21, 2017, 3

Jan Tore Klovland, Lars Fredrik Øksendal, The decentralized central bank: bank rate autonomy and capital market integration in Norway, 1850-1892, p. 259
Gaston Diaz, Railway investment in Uruguay before 1914: profitability, subsidies, and economic impact, p. 280
Jane Du, Kent Deng, Getting food prices right: the state versus the market in reforming China, 1979-2006, p. 302
Alessandro Nuvolari, Michelangelo Vasta, The geography of innovation in Italy, 1861-1913: evidence from patent data, p. 326

v. 21, 2017, 2

Nicholas Crafts, Terence C. Mills, Six centuries of British economic growth: a time-series perspective, p. 141
Sakari Saaritsa, Forever gender equal and child friendly? Intrahousehold allocations to health in Finland before the Nordic welfare state, p. 159
Angus Dalrymple-Smith, Ewout Frankema, Slave ship provisioning in the long 18th century. A boost to West African commercial agriculture?, p. 185
Leigh Gardner, Colonialism or supersanctions: sovereignty and debt in West Africa, 1871-1914, p. 236

v. 21, 2017, 1

Kostadis J. Papaioannou, “Hunger makes a thief of any man”: Poverty and crime in British colonial Asia, p. 1
Baten Joerg, Szoltysek Mikolaj, Campestrini Monica, “Girl Power” in Eastern Europe? The human capital development of Central-Eastern and Eastern Europe in the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries and its determinants, p. 29
Kim Abildgren, Determinants of banks’ capital structure in the Pre-Regulation Era, p. 64
Jacques Melitz, A model of the beginnings of coinage in antiquity, p. 83
Karl Skogstad, The effectiveness of Canada’s navy on escort duty, p. 104

Obituary: Karl Gunnar Persson (1943-2016), p. 133

v. 20, 2016, 4

Alexandra M. Depleijt, Jan Luiten Van Zanden, Accounting for the “Little Divergence”: What drove economic growth in pre-industrial Europe,?, p. 387
Patrik Winton, The political economy of strategic default: Sweden and the international capital markets, p. 410
Carsten Burhop, Sibylle Lehmann – Hasemeyer, The Berlin stock exchange and the geography of German stock markets in 1913, p. 429
Carlos Álvarez-Nogal, Leandro Prados De La Escsura, Carlos Santiago-Caballero, Spanish agriculture in the little divergence, p. 452
Luis Felipe Zegarra, Political instability and non-price loan terms in Lima, Peru: evidence from notarized contracts, p. 478

Obituary, p. 526

v. 20, 2016, 3

Oriol Sabaté, Does military pressure boost fiscal capacity? Evidence from late-modern military revolutions in Europe and North America, p. 275
Kris Inwood, Chris Minns, Fraser Summerfield, Reverse assimilation? Immigrants in the Canadian labour market during the Great Depression, p. 299
Konstantin A. Kholodilin, War, housing rents, and free market: Berlin’s rental housing during World War I, p. 322
Mikolaj Malinowski, Little Divergence revisited: Polish weighted real wages in a European perspective, p. 345
Osamu Saito, Masanori Takashima, Estimating the shares of secondary- and tertiary-sector outputs in the age of early modern growth: the case of Japan, p. 368

v. 20, 2016, 2

Mikolaj Malinowski, Editor’s Choice: Serfs and the city: market conditions, surplus extraction institutions, and urban growth in early modern Poland, p. 123
Alan De Bromhead, Karol Jan Borowiecki, Immigration and the demand for life insurance: evidence from Canada, 1911, p. 147
Joseph Molitoris, Martin Dribe, Industrialization and inequality revisited: mortality differentials and vulnerability to economic stress in Stockholm, 1878-1926, p. 176
Sofia Murhem, Credit for the poor: the decline of pawnbroking 1880-1930, p. 198
Anna Missiaia, Where do we go from here? Market access and regional development in Italy (1871-1911), p. 215
Tobias A. Jopp, Contemporaries’ opinions of the Allied and Central Powers’ performance during the First World War: measuring turning points in perception with sovereign debt prices, p. 242

v. 20, 2016, 1

Wouter Ryckbosch, Editor’s Choice: Economic inequality and growth before the industrial revolution: the case of the Low Countries (fourteenth to nineteenth centuries), p. 1
Livio Di Matteo, All equal in the sight of God: economic inequality and religion in the early twentieth century, p. 23
Gabriele Cappelli, Escaping from a human capital trap? Italy’s regions and the move to centralized primary schooling, 1861-1936, p. 46
Peter M. Solar, Luc Hens, Ship speeds during the Industrial Revolution: East India Company ships, 1770-1828, p. 66
Bernard C. Beaudreau, Why did the National Industrial Recovery Act fail?, p. 79
Eva Fernández, Politics, coalitions, and support of farmers, 1920-1975, p. 102

v. 19, 2015, 4

Giovanni B. Pittaluga, Giampiero Cama, Elena Seghezza, Democracy, extension of suffrage, and redistribution in nineteenth-century Europe, p. 317
Julio Martinez-Galarraga, Daniel A. Tirado, Rafael Gonzalez-Val, Market potential and regional economic growth in Spain (1860-1930), p. 335
Erik Bengtsson, Wage restraint in Scandinavia: during the postwar period or the neoliberal age?, p. 359
Matthias Morys, Martin Ivanov, The emergence of a European region: business cycles in South-East Europe from political independence to World War II, p. 382
Ingrid Henriksen, Eoin Mclaughlin, Paul Sharp, Contracts and cooperation: the relative failure of the Irish dairy industry in the late nineteenth century reconsidered, p. 412
Markus Lampe, Paul Sharp, How the Danes discovered Britain: the international integration of the Danish dairy industry before 1880, p. 432
Erik Lindberg, The Swedish lighthouse system 1650-1890: private versus public provision of public goods, p. 454

v. 19, 2015, 3

Pim De Zwartand, Jan Luiten Van Zanden, Labor, wages, and living standards in Java, 1680-1914, p. 215
Marek A. D?Browski, Did the Great Deflation of 1929-33 really have to happen? A reconsideration of the inevitability of the Great Deflation view, p. 235
Apostolos Delis, Modern Greece’s first industry? The shipbuilding center of sailing merchant marine of Syros, 1830-70, p. 255
Ulrich Pfister, Michael Kopsidis, Institutions versus demand: determinants of agricultural development in Saxony, 1660-1850, p. 275
Sara Torregrosa Hetland, Did democracy bring redistribution? Insights from the Spanish tax system, 1960-90, p. 294

v. 19, 2015, 2

Nicholas Crafts, Terence C. Mills, Self-defeating austerity? Evidence from 1930s’ Britain, p. 109
Joyce Burnette, The paradox of progress: the emergence of wage discrimination in US manufacturing, p. 128
António Henriques, Plenty of land, land of plenty: the agrarian output of Portugal (1311-20), p. 149
Alessio Moro, Galo Nuño, Pedro Tedde, A twin crisis with multiple banks of issue: Spain in the 1860s, p. 171
Mark Spoerer, Agricultural protection and support in the European Economic Community, 1962-92: rent-seeking or welfare policy?, p. 195

v. 19, 2015, 1

Leonor Freire Costa, Nuno Palma, Jaime Reis, Editor’s Choice: The great escape? The contribution of the empire to Portugal’s economic growth, 1500-1800, p. 1
Marcela Sabaté, Regina Escario, Maria Dolores Gadea, Fighting fiscal dominance. The case of Spain, 1874-1998, p. 23
Emanuele Felice, Michelangelo Vasta, Passive modernization? The new human development index and its components in Italy’s regions (1871-2007), p. 44
Christer Lundh, Svante Prado, Markets and politics: the Swedish urban-rural wage gap, 1865-1985, p. 67
Simon C. Holmes, Florian Ploeckl, Bank on steel? Joint-stock banks and the rationalization of the British interwar steel industry, p. 88

v. 18, 2014, 4

Rainer Fremdling, Reiner Staeglin, Output, national income, and expenditure: an input-output table of Germany in 1936, p. 371
Hannes Vinnal, The world refuses to shrink: the speed and reliability of information transmission in North and Baltic Sea region, 1750-1825, p. 398
Samuel Garrido, Plenty of trust, not much cooperation: social capital and collective action in early twentieth century eastern Spain, p. 413
Christopher Paik, Does lineage matter? A study of ancestral influence on educational attainment in Korea, p. 433
Pier Giorgio Ardeni, Andrea Gentili, Revisiting Italian emigration before the Great War: a test of the standard economic model, p. 452

v. 18, 2014, 3

Cristiano Andrea Ristuccia,Solomos Solomou, Can general purpose technology theory explain economic growth? Electrical power as a case study, p. 227
Richard S. Grossman, Ronan C. Lyons, Kevin Hjortshøj, A monthly stock exchange index for Ireland, 1864-1930 O’Rourke And Madalina A. Ursu, p. 248
Jan Tore Klovland, New methods for construction of historical price indices, with an illustration from Norway, 1777-1920, p. 277
Magnus Lindmark, Sevil Acar, The environmental Kuznets curve and the Pasteur effect: environmental costs in Sweden 1850-2000, p. 306
Tirthankar Roy, Geography or politics? Regional inequality in colonial India, p. 324
Giovanni Federico, Antonio Tena-?unguito, The ripples of the industrial revolution: exports, economic growth, and regional integration in Italy in the early nineteenth century, p. 349

v. 18, 2014, 2

Pablo Martinelli, Von Thünen south of the Alps: access to markets and interwar Italian agriculture, p. 107
Joerg Baten, Matthias Blum, Why are you tall while others are short? Agricultural production and other proximate determinants of global heights, p. 144
Albrecht Ritschl, Tamás Vonyó, The roots of economic failure: what explains East Germany’s falling behind between 1945 and 1950?, p. 166
Klas Rönnbäck, Living standards on the pre-colonial Gold Coast: a quantitative estimate of African laborers’ welfare ratios, p. 185
Marc Badia-Miró, Enric Tello, Vine-growing in Catalonia: the main agricultural change underlying the earliest industrialization in Mediterranean Europe (1720-1939), p. 203

v. 18, 2014, 1

Christopher Kingston, Governance and institutional change in marine insurance, 1350-1850, p. 1
Christiaan Van Bochove, Ton Van Velzen, Loans to salaried employees: the case of the Dutch East India Company, 1602-1794, p. 19
Alain Durré, Philippe Ledent, Escaping the macroeconomic trilemma: the Belgian two-tier foreign exchange system under Bretton Woods, p. 39
Sue Bowden, Joäo Tovar Jalles, Álvaro Santos Pereira, Alex Sadler, Respiratory tuberculosis and standards of living in postwar Europe, p. 57
Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk, Daniëlle Teeuwen, The stability of voluntarism: financing social care in early modern Dutch towns compared with the English Poor Law, c. 1600-1800, p. 82

v. 17, 2013, 4

Rui Pedro Esteves, The bondholder, the sovereign, and the banker: sovereign debt and bondholders’ protection before 1914, p. 389
Guido Alfani, Plague in seventeenth-century Europe and the decline of Italy: an epidemiological hypothesis, p. 408
Mauro Rota, Credit and growth: reconsidering Italian industrial policy during the Golden Age, p. 431
Carlos Santiago-Caballero, The Rain in Spain? Climate versus urban demand as causes of agricultural stagnation in eighteenth-century Spain, p. 452

v. 17, 2013, 3

Michael Huberman, One world of labour regulation, two worlds of trade: examples of Belgium and Brazil, p. 251
Nicos Christodoulakis, Currency crisis and collapse in interwar Greece: predicament or policy failure?, p. 272
Cliff T. Bekar, Clyde G. Reed, Land markets and inequality: evidence from medieval England, p. 294
Liam Bruntand Edmund Cannon, The truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth: the English Corn Returns as a data source in economic history, 1770-1914, p. 318
Eric B. Schneider, Inescapable hunger? Energy cost accounting and the costs of digestion, pregnancy, and lactation, p. 340
Stephanie Collet, The financial penalty for “unfair” debt: the case of Cuban bonds at the time of independence, p. 364

v. 17, 2013, 2

Jane Humphries, Tine De Moor, Jaco Zuijderduijn, Introduction, p. 141

Sara Horrell, Deborah Oxley, Bargaining for basics? Inferring decision making in nineteenth-century British households from expenditure, diet, stature, and death, p. 147
Kristina Lilja, Dan Bäcklund, To navigate the family economy over a lifetime: life-cycle squeezes in pre-industrial Swedish towns, p. 171
Thijs Lambrecht, English individualism and continental altruism? Servants, remittances, and family welfare in eighteenth-century rural Europe, p. 190
Marc Klemp, Chris Minns, Patrick Wallis, Jacob Weisdorf, Picking winners? The effect of birth order and migration on parental human capital investments in pre-modern England, p. 210
Tine De Moor, Jaco Zuijderduijn, Preferences of the poor: market participation and asset management of poor households in sixteenth-century Holland, p. 233

v. 17, 2013, 1

Jason Long, The surprising social mobility of Victorian Britain, p. 1
Sascha O. Becker, Francesco Cinnirella, Ludger Woessmann, Does women’s education affect fertility? Evidence from pre-demographic transition Prussia, p. 24
Paolo Malanima, When did England overtake Italy? Medieval and early modern divergence in prices and wages, p. 45
Ian Gazeley, Andrew Newell, The First World War and working-class food consumption in Britain, p. 71
Yvonne Stolz, Joerg Baten, Tarcísio Botelho, Growth effects of nineteenth-century mass migrations: “Fome Zero” for Brazil?, p. 95
Jari Ojala, Jaakko Pehkonen, Jari Eloranta, Desertions in nineteenth-century shipping: modelling quit behaviour, p. 122

v. 16, 2012, 4

Ewout H.P. Frankema, Editor’s Choice: The origins of formal education in sub-Saharan Africa: was British rule more benign?, p. 335
Marc Flandreau, Juan H. Flores, Bondholders versus bond-sellers? Investment banks and conditionality lending in the London market for foreign government debt, 1815-1913, p. 356
Niall Ferguson, Moritz Schularick, The “Thin film of gold”: monetary rules and policy credibility, p. 384
Rodney Edvinsson, Early modern copper money: multiple currencies and trimetallism in Sweden 1624-1776, p. 408
Patrik Winton, The political economy of Swedish absolutism, 1789-1809, p. 430
Angel Pascual Martinez-Soto, Susana Martinez-Rodriguez, Ildefonso Mendez, Spain’s development of rural credit cooperatives from 1900 to 1936: the role of financial resources and formal education, p. 449
Klas Rönnbäck, The speed of ships and shipping productivity in the age of sail, p. 469
Kim Abildgren, Financial structures and the real effects of credit-supply shocks in Denmark 1922-2011, p. 490
Francisco J. Beltrán Tapia, Commons, social capital, and the emergence of agricultural cooperatives in early twentieth century Spain, p. 511
Lennart Schön, Olle Krantz, The Swedish economy in the early modern period: constructing historical national accounts, p. 529
Olga Christodoulaki, Haeran Cho, Piotr Fryzlewicz, A reflection of history: fluctuations in Greek sovereign risk between 1914 and 1929, p. 550

v. 16, 2012, 3

Marc Klemp, Jacob Weisdorf, Editor’s Choice: The lasting damage to mortality of early-life adversity: evidence from the English famine of the late 1720s, p. 233
Otto Gernandt, Thomas Palm, Daniel Waldenström, Liquidity premia during the industrial breakthrough: evidence from the Stockholm Stock Exchange, 1901-1919, p. 247
Karol Jan Borowiecki, Are composers different? Historical evidence on conflict-induced migration (1816-1997), p. 270
Martin Dribe, Mats Olsson, Patrick Svensson, Was the manorial system an efficient insurance institution? Economic stress and demographic response in Sweden, 1749-1859, p. 292
Kris Inwood, Ian Keay, Diverse paths to industrial development: evidence from late-nineteenth-century Canada, p. 311

v. 16, 2012, 2

William Hynes, David S. Jacks, Kevin H. O’rourke, Editor’s Choice: Commodity market disintegration in the interwar period, p. 119
Pablo Martín-Aceña, Elena Martínez Ruiz, María A. Pons, War and economics: Spanish civil war finances revisited, p. 144
Giovanni Federico, The Corn Laws in continental perspective, p. 166
Giovanni B. Pittaluga, Elena Seghezza, The role of Rentiers in the stabilization processes of the 1920s, p. 188
Sergio Espuelas, Are dictatorships less redistributive? A comparative analysis of social spending in Europe, 1950-1980, p. 211

v. 16, 2012, 1

Gregory Clark, Jaime Reis, Hans-Joachim Voth, Editorial, p. 1

Jan Luiten van Zanden, Jaco Zuijderduijn, Tine De Moor, Editor’s Choice: Small is beautiful: the efficiency of credit markets in the late medieval Holland, p. 3
Sue Bowden, David Clayton, Alvaro Pereira, Extending broadcast technology in the British Colonies during the 1950s, p. 23
Stefano Ugolini, The origins of foreign exchange policy: the National Bank of Belgium and the quest for monetary independence in the 1850s, p. 51
Juan Carmona, Joan R. Rosés, Land markets and agrarian backwardness (Spain, 1904-1934), p. 74
Tamás Vonyó, The bombing of Germany: the economic geography of war-induced dislocation in West German industry, p. 97

v. 15, 2011, 3

Nina Boberg-Fazlic, Paul Sharp, Jacob Weisdorf, Survival of the richest? Social status, fertility and social mobility in England 1541-1824, p. 365
Steven Nafziger, Did Ivan’s vote matter? The political economy of local democracy in Tsarist Russia, p. 393
Rui Esteves, David Khoudour-Castéras, Remittances, capital flows and financial development during the mass migration period, 1870-1913, p. 443
Ingrid Henriksen, Markus Lampe, Paul Sharp, The role of technology and institutions for growth: Danish creameries in the late nineteenth century, p. 475
Marc Flandreau, Norbert Gaillard, Frank Packer, To err is human: US rating agencies and the interwar foreign government debt crisis, p. 495
Henry Ohlsson, The legacy of the Swedish gift and inheritance tax, 1884-2004, p. 539

Announcement, p. 570

v. 15, 2011, 2

Paolo Malanima, The long decline of a leading economy: GDP in central and northern Italy, 1300-1913, p. 169
Bert De Munck, Gilding golden ages: perspectives from early modern Antwerp on the guild debate, c . 1450 – c . 1650, p. 221
Metin Cosgel, Bogac A. Ergene, Intergenerational wealth accumulation and dispersion in the Ottoman Empire: observations from eighteenth-century Kastamonu, p. 255
Matthias Zehetmayer, The continuation of the antebellum puzzle: stature in the US, 1847-1894, p.
Kerstin Enflo, The institutional roots of post-war European economic underperformance: a regional approach, p. 313
Tim Leunig, Measuring economic performance and social progress, p. 329

European Review of Economic History / Volume 15 / Issue 02, p. 357

v. 15, 2011, 1

Leonor Freire Costa, Maria Manuela Rocha, Tanya Araújo, Social capital and economic performance: trust and distrust in eighteenth-century gold shipments from Brazil, p. 1
Sibylle Lehmann, Oliver Volckart, The political economy of agricultural protection: Sweden 1887, p. 29
Michael D. Bordo, Christopher M. Meissner, Foreign capital, financial crises and incomes in the first era of globalization, p. 61
Giovanni Federico, When did European markets integrate?, p. 93
Ian Gazeley, Andrew Newell And Peter Scott, Why was urban overcrowding much more severe in Scotland than in the rest of the British Isles? Evidence from the first (1904) official household expenditure survey, p. 127
Nicholas Crafts, Explaining the first Industrial Revolution: two views, p. 153