The Journal of European Economic History DATINI

The Journal of European Economic History

Roma, Unicredit group
ISSN: 0391-5115
Conservata in: Prato, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini”, Coll: Riv. 5
Consistenza: a. 7, 1978, 2/3 –
Lacune: a. 21, 1992, 1; a. 21, 1992, 2; a. 23, 1994, 2- a. 23, 1994, 3; a. 24, 1995, 2 – a. 25, 1996, 3; a. 26, 1997, 3-v. 28, 1999, 3;

Conservata in: Prato, Istituto culturale e di documentazione Lazzerini – Fondo Melis
Consistenza: a. 1, 1972, 1-7, 1978, 1

Conservata in: Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali
Punto di servizio: Economia, Coll.:RIV IT 0861
Consistenza: 1(1972);5(1976) -6(1977);9(1980) –
Lacune: a. 28, 1999, 3; a. 33, 2004, 3; a. 34, 2005, 1; a. 34, 2005, 3; a. 35, 2006, 1;
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a. 19, 1990, n. 3

Ph. Clendenning, The Anglo-Russian Trade Treaty of 1766 – An Example of XVIIIth Century Power Group Interests, pag. 475
J.M. Pedreira, Social Structure and the Persistence of Rural Domestic Industry in XIXth Century Portugal, pag. 521
J. Perkins, The Organisation of German Industry, 1850-1930: The Case of Beet-Sugar Production, pag. 549
S.D. Petmezas, Patterns of Protoindustrialisation in the Ottoman Empire. The Case of Eastern Thessaly, c. 1750-1860, pag. 575

R.C. Blitz, The Sex Ratio of University Students in Germany and the United States 1930-1980: A Comparison, pag. 605
? H. Kellenbenz, From Melchior Manlich to Ferdinand Cron. Germany Levantine and Oriental Trade relations (Second half of XVIth and Beginning of XVIIth), pag. 611
D.F. Swanson, A.P. Trout, Alexander Hamilton’s Report on the Public Credit (1790) in a European Perspective, pag. 623

O.R. Constable, Genoa and Spain in the Twelfth and Thirteenth centuries: Notarial Evidence for a Shift in Patterns of Trade, pag. 635
L. Valenzuela, Challenges to the British Copper Smelting Industry in the World Market 1840-1860, pag. 657

M. Assenmacher, Family Division of Labour in the Process of Industrialisation. Historical Experiences and Present Situation in the Third World, pag. 687

Reviews of books, pag. 697
Books received, pag. 717

a. 19, 1990, n. 2

M. Barrio Gonzalo, The Property and Revenues of the Church in the Diocese of Segovia in the XVIIIth Century, pag. 233
F. Butschek, Industrialization and the Social Question in XIXth Century Austria, pag. 257
N. K?rgärd, The Industrial Development of Denmark 1840-1914, pag. 271

H. Archer, The Role of the Entrepreneur in the Emergence and Development of UK Multinational Enterprises, pag. 293
G.B. Dertilis, Consular Reports and International Statistics in The British Parliamentary Papers (1830-1914), pag. 311
F.C. Steckel, Cartelization of the German Chemical Industry, 1918-1925, pag. 329

Th. W. Blomquist, Some Observations on Early Foreign Exchange Banking Based Upon New Evidence from XIIIth-Century Lucca, pag. 35
M. Donaghay, The Exchange of Products of the Soil and Industrial Goods in the Anglo-French Commercial Treaty of 1786, pag. 377
I. Inkster, Mental Capital: Transfers of Knowledge and Technique in Eighteenth Century Europe, pag. 403

Reviews of books, pag. 443
Books received, pag. 457

a. 19, 1990, n. 1

P.M. Aceña, The Spanish Money Supply, 1874-1935, pag. 7
B.L. Anderson, p. W. Pilling, Spanish Entrepreneurs and British Technology in Early XIXth Century Andalucia, pag. 35
E. Hertzig, The Iranian Raw Silk Trade and European Manufacture in the XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries, pag. 73
G. Schmitt, Agriculture in XIXth Century France and Britain: Another Explanation of International and Intersectoral Productivity Differences, pag. 81

R. Palme, Alpine Salt Mining in the Middle Ages, pag. 117
R.M. Stensland, Comparative Studies of Sami and Norwegian Local Communities in the Early XVIIth Century: Selected Regression Results, pag. 137

N. Sussman, Missing Bullion or Missing Documents: a revision and Reappraisal of French Minting Statistic: 1385-1415, pag. 147
J. Williamson, Migrant Earnings in Britain’s Cities in1851: Testing Competing Views of Urban Labour Market Absorption, pag. 163

J.C. Treble, Report on the 1989 ESRC Quantitative Economic History Conference, pag. 191

Reviews of books, pag. 201
Books received, pag. 217

a. 18, 1989, n. 3

J. A. Hassan, A. Duncan, The Role of Energy Supplies during Western Europe’s Golden Age, 1950-1972, pag. 479
A. Klíma, Domestic Industry, Manufactory and Early Industrialization in Bohemia, pag. 509
A. Pogány, From the Cradle to the Grave? Banking and Industry in Budapest in the 1910s and 1920s., pag. 529
M. Saint Marc, Monetary History in the Long Run: how are Monetarization and Monetarism implicated in France, in the U.K. and in the U.S.?, pag. 551

R.C. Blitz, The Religious Reforms of Joseph 11 (1780-1790) and their Economic Significance, pag. 583
W. Troesken, A Note on the Efficacy of the German Steel and Coal Syndicates, pag. 595

M. Harrison, Soviet Expansion under Late Stalinism (1945-1955): The Short-Run Dynamic of Civilian Output from Demobilisation to Rearmament, pag. 601
R. P. Jackson, From Profit-Sailing to Wage-Sailing: Mediterranean Owner-Captains and Their Crews during the Medieval Commercial Revolution, pag. 605
U. Pfister, Proto-industrialization and Demographic Change: The Canton of Zürich Revisited, pag. 629
E.H. Tuma, Economic Impact of the Capitulations: The Middle East and Europe: a Reinterpretation, pag. 663

O. Kayaalp, The Jacobs Hypothesis of the Urban Origins of Agricultural Acitivity: Twenty Years Later, pag. 683

Reviews of books, pag. 693
Books received, pag. 703

a. 18, 1989, 2

P. Bairoch, Urbanization and the Economy in Preindustrial Societies: the Findings of Two Decades of Research, pag. 239
A. Bela Nunes, E. Mata, N. Valerio, Portuguese Economic Growth 1833-1985, pag. 291
B.M. Ratchliffe, Bureaucracy and Early French Railroads: the Myth and the Reality, pag. 331

C.-Chung Lai, Adam Smith and Yen Fu: Western Economics in Chinese Perspective, pag. 371
P.R.A. Hinde, The Marriage Market in the Nineteenth Century English Countryside, pag. 383

W.H. Phillips, The Economic Performance of Late Victorian Britain: Traditional Historians and Growth, pag. 393
L.M.E. Shaw, The Inquisition and the Portuguese Economy, pag. 415
L. Soltow, The Life Cycle of Ownership in Norway, 1664-1930, pag. 433

Reviews of books, pag. 447
Books received, pag. 465

a. 18, 1989, n. 1

? E. Ashtor, The Factors of Technological and Industrial Progress in the Later Middle Ages, pag. 7
F. Devoto, The Origins of an Italian Neighbourhood in Buenos Aires in the Mid -XIX Century, pag. 37
H.Kaelble, Was Prometheus most Unbound in Europe? The Labour Force in Europe During the Late XIXth and XXth Centuries, pag. 65
W. Roszkowski, The Growth of the State Sector in the Polish Economy in the Years 1918-1926, pag. 105

N.F.R. Crafts, Revealed Comparative Advantage in Manufacturing, 1899-1950, pag. 127

P. J. Best, Insurance in Imperial Russia, pag. 139
A. Montanari, Barcelona and Glasgow. The Similarities and Differences in the History of Two Port Cities, pag. 171

J. Komlos, Thinking About the Industrial Revolution, pag. 191

Reviews of books, pag. 207
Books received, pag. 223

a. 17, 1988, n. 3

L. De Rosa, Urbanization and Industrialization in Italy (1861-1921), pag. 467
R. Michie, The Finance of Innovation in Late Victorian and Edwardian Britain: Possibilities and Constraints, pag. 491
T.J. Schaeper, Government and Business in Early Eighteenth-Century France: the Case of Marseilles, pag. 531
S. Subrahmanyam, On the Significance of Gadflies: the Genoese East India Company of the 1640s, pag. 559
I. Turnau, The Organisation of European Textile Industry from the Thirteenth to the Eighteenth Century, pag. 583

M. Mazower, Economic Diplomacy between Great Britain and Greece in the 1930s, pag. 602
R.G. Stokes, German Energy in the U.S. Post-War Economic Order, 1945-1951, pag. 621

J. Bowden, “That’s the Spirit!”: The Russian Oil Products Ltd (ROP) and the British Oil Market, 1923-39, pag. 641
F. Spinelli, Pasquale Jamaccone: A Neglected Originator of the Monetary Approach to Balance of Payments and Exchanges Rates, pag. 665

Reviews of books, pag. 699
Books received, pag. 711

a. 17, 1988, n. 2

? E. Ashtor, Catalan Cloth on the Late Medieval Mediterranean Markets, pag. 227
J. Marczewski, Economic Fluctuations in France 1815-1938, pag. 259
W.D. Phillips, jr., Spain’s Northern Shipping Industry in the XVIth Century, pag. 259
? G. Ranki, Economy and the Second World War: a Few Comparative Issues, pag. 303

F. Geary, Balanced and Umbalanced Growth in XIXth Century Europe, pag. 349

M. Harrison, Soviet Industrial Expansion Under Late Stalinism (1945-1955) The Short-Run Dynamic of Civilian Output from Demobilisation to Rearmament, pag. 359
J. Redmond, Effective Exchange Rates in the Nineteen-Thirties: the European Gold Bloc and North America, pag. 379

D. Hutchinson, S. Nicholas, Theory and Business History: New Approaches to Institutional Change, pag. 411
B. Nardinelli, Productivity in XIXth Century France and Britain: A Note on the Comparison, pag. 427

Reviews of books, pag. 435
Books received, pag. 451

a. 17, 1988, n. 1

E. Fernandez de Pinedo, From the Bloomery to the Blast-Furnace: technical Changes in Spanish Iron-Making (1650-1822), pag. 7
W.C. Jordan, Women and Credit in the Middle Ages: Problems and Directions, pag. 33
D. Molenda, Technological Innovation in Central Europe between the XIVth and the XVIIth Century, pag. 85

T. Barbiero, A Reassessment of Agricultural Production in Italy, 1861-1914: The Case of Lombardy, pag. 103
S. Fenoaltea, The Extractive Industries in Italy 1861-1913: General Method and Specific Estimates, pag. 117
D. Loschky, Mid-XIXth Century Military Spending Patterns, pag. 127

E. Schokkaert, H. Van der Wee, A Quantitative Study of Food Consumption in the Low Countries during the Sixteenth Century, pag. 131

H. Kellenbenz, Frederic C. Lane, pag. 159

A.J. Kondonassis, A.G. Malliaris, N.S. Robinson, Political Instability and Economic development: An Economic History Case Study of Greece 1948-1966: A Reply, pag. 185
I. Inkster, Britain and the Single Factor Thesis Once More – A Comment on Kristine Bruland, pag. 187

B. Eichengreen, T.J. Hatton, Interwar Unemployment in International Perspective, pag. 189

Reviews of books, pag. 195
Books received, pag. 209

a. 16, 1987, n. 3

G. Hardach, The Marshall Plan in Germany, 1948-1952, pag. 433
D. Sella, Household, Land Tenure, and Occupation in North Italy in the Late XVIth Century, pag. 487
S. Subrahmanyam, “Um Bom Homem de Tratar”. Piero Strozzi: a Florentine in Portuguese Asia, 1510-1522, pag. 511
W.A. Thomas, The Evolution of a Capital Market: The Case of Ireland, pag. 527

? T. Hocevar, The Albanian Economy 1912-1944: A Survey, pag. 561
D. Street, The Economic Societies: Springboard to the Spanish Enlightenment, pag. 569

J. Komlos, Financial Innovations and the Demand for Money in Austria-Hungary, 1867-1913, pag. 587
E. Serra, Financial and Economic Factors in Foreign Policy: the Italian Example, pag. 607

Reviews of books, pag. 621
Books received, pag. 639

a. 16, 1987, n. 2

S. Heikkinen, R. Hjierppe, The Growth of Finnish Industry in 1860-1913. Causes and Linkages, pag. 227
G.D. Hundert, The Role of the Jews in Commerce in Early Modern Poland-Lithuania, pag. 245
U.Tucci, Venetian Ship-owners in the XVIth Century, pag. 277
M.R. Weisser, Rural Crisis and Rural Credit in XVIIth Century Castile, pag. 297

R. Lloyd-Jones, Innovation, Industrial Structure and the Long Wave: the British Economy c. 1873-1914, pag. 315

P. Malanima, Pisa and the Trade Routes to the Near East in the Late Middle Ages, pag. 335
L. Meldolesi, Historical Research and the “Complication” of Economics: an Outline, pag. 357
J. Rosen, Two Municipal Accounts: Frankfurt and Basel in 1428, pag. 225

A. Di Vittorio, A Multinational Bank: the Bank of Rome, pag. 289

Reviews of books, pag. 399
Books received, pag. 415

a. 16, 1987, n. 1

O. Okyar, A New Look at the Problem of Economic Growth in the Ottoman Empire (1800-1914), pag. 7
P.T. Pierebkemper, The Standard of Living and Employment in Germany, 1850-1980: An Overview, pag. 51
W. Roszkowski, Large Estates and Small farms in the Polish Agrarian Economy between the Wars (1918-1939), pag. 75

R. Aldrich, Late-Comer or Early-Sytarter? New Views on French Economic History, pag. 89

M.R. Caroselli, The Economic Development of the Region of Lazio in the Middle Ages, pag. 101

M. Morineau, A Rejoinder, pag. 145
C. Vandenbrocke, The Regional Economy of Flanders and Industrial Modernization in the XVIIIth Century: a Discussion, pag. 149

P.M. Hohemberg, Urbanization and Dynamics in History, pag. 171

Reviews of books, pag. 179
Books received, pag. 205

a. 15, 1986, n. 3

J. Komlos, Institutional Change under Pressure: Enlightened Government Policy in the XVIIIth Century Habsburg Monarchy, pag. 427
M. Wilkins, The History of European Multinationals: A New Look, pag. 483

N. Collins, Sterling Exchange Rates, 1847-1880, pag. 511
J.P. Cuvillier, Economic Taxation and Social Mobility in German towns in the Late Middle Ages, pag. 535
C.M. Foust, Customs 3 and Russian Rhubarb. A Note on Reliability, pag. 549

S. Engelbourg, G. Schachter, Two “Souths”: The United States and Italy since the 1860’s, pag. 563
T. Kjaergaard, Origins of Economic Growth in European Societies since the XVIth Century: the Case of Agriculture, pag. 591
J.M. Laureyssens, Growth of Central Banking. The Société Generale and its Impact on the Development of Belgium’s Monetary System during the United Kingdom (1815-1830), pag. 599

Th.P. Lianos, Political Stability and Economic Development: the Case of Greece, 1948-1966, pag. 617
C.H.H. Wake, The Volume of European Spice Imports at the Beginning and End of the XVth Century, pag. 621

Reviews of books, pag. 637
Books received, pag. 653

a. 15, 1986, n. 2

M.R. Jackson, Industrial Output in Romania and its Historical Regions, 1880 to 1930, Part II, to 1930, pag. 231
P. Kriedte, Demographic and Economic Rythms: the Rise of the Silk Industry in Krefeld in the XVIIIth Century, pag. 259
P.K. O’Brien, Do we have a Typology for the Study of the European Industrialization in the XIXth Century?, pag. 291

F. Cadieux, Western Technology and Early Russian Pipelines, 1877-1917, pag. 335

S. Faroqhi, The Venetian Presence in the Ottoman Empire (1600-1630), pag. 345

ESRC, Quantitative Economic History Study Group 1985, pag. 345

Reviews of books, pag. 391
Books received, pag. 411

a. 15, 1986, n. 1

J.R. Harris, Michael Alcock and the Transfer of Birmingham Technology to France before the Revolution, pag. 7
M.R. Jackson, Industrial Output in Romania and the Historical Regions, 1880 to 1940: Part 1 – 1880 to 1915, pag. 59
R.H. Tilly, German Banking, 1850-1914: Development Assistance for the Strong, pag. 113

V. Baladouni, Armenian Trade with the English East India Company: un Aperçu, pag. 153

M. Toch, Lords and Peasants: A Reappraisal of Medieval Economic Relationships, pag. 163

J.S. Foreman-Peck, ESRC Quantitative Economic History Study Group 1985 Conference at University College, Cardiff, pag. 183

A. Montanari, Planning and Urban Growth in Southern Europe, pag. 183

Reviews of books, pag. 197
Books received, pag. 217

a. 14, 1985, n. 3

? E. Ashtor, Investments in Levant Trade in the Period of the Crusades, pag. 427
P.H. Clendenning, The Economic Awakening of Russia in the XVIIIth Century: Russia and the Spread of Economic Ideas, pag. 433
M. Fratianni, F. Spinelli, Currency Competition, Fiscal Policy and the Money Supply process in Italy from Unification to World War I, pag. 473

D. Carpi, The Account Book of a Jewish Moneylender in Montepulciano (1409-1410), pag. 501
J. Komlos, The End of the Old Order in Rural Austria, pag. 515

Th.W. Blomquist, The Early History of European Banking: Merchants, Bankers and Lombards of XIIIth-Century Lucca in the Country of Champagne, pag. 521
W.R. Garside, The Failure of the “Radical Alternative”: Public Works, deficit Finance and british Interwar Unemployment, pag. 537
D.C. North, Transaction Costs in History, pag. 557

R. Mantelli, Industrialization in Southern Italy before and after Unification, pag. 577
J. Mundy, Slavery, Marxism and Liberty, pag. 585

Reviews of books, pag. 401
Books received, pag. 617

a. 14, 1985, n. 2

M. Jackson, Comparing the Balkan Demographic Experience 1860 to 1970, pag. 223
N.J. Söderberg, Regional Economic Disparity and Dynamics, 1840-1914: a Comparison between France, Great Britain, Prussia and Sweden, pag. 273

A. Booth, Economists and Points Rationing in the Second World War, pag. 299
J. Zurawicka, Charity in Warsaw in the Second Half of the XIXth Century, pag. 319

J.C. Bongaerts, Financing Railways in the German States, 1840-1860. A Preliminary View, pag. 331
B. Hansen, Wage Differentials in Italy and Egypt. The Incentive to Migrate before to World War I, pag. 347, pag. 347

? E. Ashtor, Recent Research on Levantine Trade, pag. 361

Reviews of books, pag. 387
Books received, pag. 409

a. 14, 1985, n. 1

R.A. Goldthwaite, Local Banking in Renaissance Florence, pag. 5
K. Newmann, Hamburg in the European Economy, 1660-1750, pag. 57
B.M. Ratcliffe, The Business Elite and the Development of Paris: Intervention in Ports and Entrepôts, 1814-1834, pag. 95

R.J. Olsen, Gold, Foreign Capital and the Industrialization of Russia, pag. 143

R. Conquest, The State and the Commercial Expansion: England in the Years 1642-1688, pag. 155
R. Vergani, Technology and Organization of Labour in the Venetian Copper Industry (XVIth-XVIIth Centuries), pag. 173

L. Bruland, Say’s Law and the Single-Factor Explanation of British Industrialization: A Comment, pag. 187

Reviews of books, pag. 193
Books received, pag. 209

a. 13, 1984, n. 3

K. Borchardt, Could and Should Germany Have Followed Great Britain in Leaving the Gold Standard?, pag. 471
A. Klíma, Glassmaking Industry and Trade in Bohemia in the XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries, pag. 499
J.C. Riley, The Dutch economy After 1650: Decline or Growth?, pag. 521

N.F.R. Crafts, A Time Series Study of Fertility in England and Wales, 1877-1938, pag. 571

M.R. Caroselli, Aspects of the Economic History of the Roman “Campagna” in the Modern and Contemporary World, pag. 591
E.H. Lorenz, Two Patterns of Development: The Labour Process in the British and French Shipbuilding Industries 1889 to 1930, pag. 599
G. Péteri, The Inflation-Proof Gold Standard: The Foreign Policy of Riksbankschefen. Victor Moll and the Origin of the Swedish Ban on Gold Imports in 1924, pag. 635

Reviews of books, pag. 665
Books received, pag. 689

a. 13, 1984, n. 2

J.B. Collins, The Role of Atlantic France in the Baltic Trade: Dutch Traders and Polish Grain at Nantes, 1625-1675, pag. 239
R. Munting, The Russian Beet Sugar Industry in the XIXth Century, pag. 291
J.A. Perkins, Fiscal Policy and Economic Development in XIXth Century German, pag. 311

C.O. Grada, Technical Change in the Mid-Nineteenth Century British Cotton Textile Industry: A Note, pag. 345
D. Peña, N. Sánchez-Albornoz, Wheat Prices in Spain, 1857-1890: An Application of the Box-Jenkins Methodology, pag. 353
P.L. Wickins, The Economics of Privateering: Capital Dispersal in the American War of Independence, pag. 375

J.H. Pryor, Commenda: The Operation of the Contract in Long Distance Commerce at Marseilles During the Thirteenth Century, pag. 397

Reviews of books, pag. 441
Books received, pag. 459

a. 13, 1984, n. 1

V.N. Bandera, Capital Accomulation and Growth in a Socialist Economy: The Case of Soviet NEP, pag. 7
Ph. Benedict, Rouen’s Trade during the Era of the Religious Wars (1560-1600), pag. 29
I. Kostrokowicka, Changes in Agricultural Productivity in the Kingdom of Poland in the XIXth and XXth Centuries, pag. 75

G. Aizen, J. Daniel, Natural Economies or Monetary Economies? Silver Production and Monetary Circulation in Spanish America (Late XVIth-Early XVIIth Centuries), pag. 00
M. North, A Small Baltic Port in the Early Modern Period: Elbing in the XVIth and XVIIth Century, pag. 117

E.W. Evans, N.C. Wiseman, Education, Training and economic Performance: British Economists’ Views 1868-1939, pag. 129
C.O. Grada, Irish Agricultural Output before and after the Famine, pag. 149

F. Geary, The Cause of the Industrial Revolution and “Single Factor” Arguments: an Assessment, pag. 167
J.L. Goldsmith, The Agrarian History of Preindustrial France. Where do we go from here?, pag. 175

R. Mantelli, The Sale of Crown Lands in Spain in the Early Modern Era, pag. 201

Reviews of books, pag. 207
Books received, pag. 225

a. 12, 1983, n. 3

E. Ashtor, G. Cevidalli, Levantine Alkali Ashes and European Industries, pag. 475
I.T. Berend, The First Phase of Economic Reform in Hungary: 1956-1957, pag. 523
Ph. Braunstein, Innovations in Mining and Metal Production in Europe in the Late Middle Ages, pag. 573

J. Black, Grain Exports and Neutrality. A Speculative Note on British Neutrality in the War of the Polish Succession, pag. 593
P.J. Forsyth, St.J. Nicholas, The Decline of Spanish Industry and the Price revolution: A Neoclassical Analysis, pag. 601
R.M. Jennings, A.P. Trout, The Irish Tontine (1777) and Fifty Genevans: An Essay on Comparative Mortality, pag. 611

A. Leone, Some Preliminary Remarks on the Study of Foreign Currency Exchange in the Medieval Period, pag. 619
M. Silver, A Non-Neo Malthusian Model of English Land Values, Wages, and Grain Yields Before the Black Death, pag. 631

I. Inkster, Technology as the Causes of the Industrial revolution. Some Comments, pag. 651
T.C. Smout, A Letter on R.J. Remond’s Note, pag. 659

J. Backhaus, Economic Theories and Political Interests: Scholarly Economics in Pre-Hitler Germany, pag. 661

Reviews of books, pag. 669
Books received, pag. 693

a. 12, 1983, n. 2

E. Cieslak, Aspects of Baltic Sea-borne Trade in the XVIIIth Century: the Trade Relations between Sweden, Poland, Russia and Prussia, pag. 239
A. Egge, Transformation of Bank Structures in the Industrial Period: the Case of Norway 1830-1814, pag. 271
J. Harrison, The Inter-War Depression and the Spanish Economy, pag. 295
G. Van Roon, “Long Wave” Economic Trends and Economic Policies in the Netherlands in the XIXth and XXth Century, pag. 323

H. Freudenberger, An Industrial Momentum Achieved in the Habsburg Monarchy, pag. 339
A.K. Kondonassis, A.G. Malliaris, N.S. Robinson, Political Instability and economic Development: an Economic History Case Study of Greece, 1948-1966, pag. 351
A. Leone, Maritime Insurance as Source for the History of International Credit in the Middle Ages, pag. 363

T. Davies, Changes in the Structure of the Wheat Trade in XVIIth-Century Sicily and the Building of New Villages, pag. 371
O.R. Halaga, A Mercantilist Initiative to Compete with Venice: Kaschau’s Fustian Monopoly (1411), pag. 407

B.J. Eichengreen, The Economic History of Britain since 1700, pag. 427

Reviews of books, pag. 445
Books received, pag. 461

a. 12, 1983, n. 1

J. Bazant, The Basques in the History of Mexico, pag. 5
I. Nygren, Transformation of Bank Structures in the Industrial Period. The Case of Sweden 1820-1913, pag. 29
A. Wyrobisz, Functional Types of Polish towns in the XVIth-XVIIth Centuries, pag. 69

R. Stein, The State of French Colonial Commerce on the Eve of the Revolution, pag. 105

S. Amato, The Debate between Marxists and Legal Populists on the Problems of Market and Industrialization in Russia (1882-1899) and its Classical Foundations, pag. 119
B.J. Eichengreen, The Causes of British Business Cycles, pag. 145

M. Palairet M., Land, Labour and Industrial Progress in Bulgaria and Serbia before 1914, pag. 163
J.R. Lampe, Debating the Balkan Potential for pre-1914 Development, pag. 187

E. Ashtor, The Wool Guild in Medieval Florence, pag. 197
J.H. Mundy, The Financing of the Cistercian Order, pag. 203

a. 11, 1982, n. 3

L. de Rosa, Economics and Nationalism in Italy (1861-1914), pag. 537
S.A. Hansen, The Transformation of Bank Structures in the Industrial Period, pag. 575
S.J. Nicholas, British Multinational Investment before 1939, pag. 605
M. Wensky, Women’s Guilds in Cologne in the Later Middle Ages, pag. 631

R.J. Raymond, A Reinterpretation of Irish Economic History (1730-1850), pag. 651
J.-Cl. Waquet, Who Profited from the Alienation of Public Revenues in Ancien Regime Societies? Some Reflections on the Examples of France, Piedmont and Naples in the XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries, pag. 665

L.G. Sandberg, Ignorance, Poverty and Economic Backwardness in the Early Stage of European Industrialization. Variations on Alexander Gerschenkron’s Grand Theme, pag. 675
J.H. van Stujvenberg, J.E.J. de Vrier, Prices, Population and National Income in the Netherlands 1620-1978, pag. 699
J.M. Winter, Aspects of the Impact of the First World War on Infant Mortality in Britain, pag. 713

J.A. Davis, Innovation and Technology in the Mediterranean Countries (XVIth-XXth centuries), pag. 739
T.J. Hatton, Quantitative Economic History at the University of Essex, pag. 774

Reviews of books, pag. 759
Books received, pag. 787

a. 11, 1982, n. 2

P. Bairoch, International Industrialization Levels from 1750 to 1980, pag. 269
P. O’ Brien, Transport and Economic Growth in Western Europe. 1830-1914, pag. 335
J. Söderberg, Causes of Poverty in Sweden in the Articles Nineteenth Century, pag. 369

J. Csöppus, The Rome Pact and Hungarian Agricultural Exports to Italy (1920-1944), pag. 403

J.S. Boswell, B.R. Johns, Patriots or Profiteers? British Businessmen and the First World War, pag. 423

H. Kellenbenz, Fritz Redlich (1892-1978), pag. 447

E.H. Tuma, Why Problems Do Not Go Away. The Case of Inflation, pag. 473

a. 11, 1982, n. 1

P. Bairoch, International Industrialization Levels from 1750 to 1980, pag. 269
P.K. O’Brien, Transport and Economic Growth in Western Europe. 1830-1914, pag. 335
J. Söderberg, Causes of Poverty in Sweden in the Nineteenth Century, pag. 369

J. Csöppus, The Rome Pact and Hungarian Agricultural Exports to Italy (1920-1944), pag. 403

J.S. Boswell, B.R. Johns, Patriots or Profiteers? British Businessmen and the First World War, pag. 423

H. Kellenbenz, Fritz Redlich (1892-1978), pag. 447

E.H. Tuma, Why Problems do not go away. The Case of Inflation, pag. 473

Reviews of books, pag. 499
Books received, pag. 525

a. 10, 1981, n. 3

R. Cameron, Economic Relations of France with Central and Eastern Europe 1800-1914, pag. 537
C. Heywood, The Launching of an “Infant Industry”? The Cotton Industry if Troyes under Protectionism, 1793-1860, pag. 553
S. Jones, The First Currency Revolution, pag. 583
A. Kechowa, Polish Salt-Mines as a State Enterprise (XIIIth-XVIIIth Centuries), pag. 619

O. Saito, Labour Supply Behaviour of the Poor in The English Industrial Revolution, pag. 633
E. Schremmer, Proto-Industrialisation. A Step towards Industrialisation?, pag. 653

W.D. Grammp, The Controversy Over Usury in the Seventeenth Century, pag. 671
W.O. Henderson, Friedrich List and the Social Question, pag. 697

M. Del Treppo, Federigo Melis and the Renaissance Economy, pag. 709

R.H. Palmer, The Third International Congress of Accounting Historians, pag. 743

Reviews of books, pag. 755
Books received, pag. 781

a. 10, 1981, n. 2

Ch. Buchheim, Aspects of Nineteenth-Century Anglo-German Trade Rivalry reconsidered, pag. 273
W.J. Kelly, Crisis Management in the Russian Oil Industry: the 1905 Revolution, pag. 291
S. Liebermann, The Ideological Foundations of Western European Economic Planning, pag. 343
J. Topolski, Continuity and Discontinuity in the Development of the Feudal System in Eastern Europe (Xth to XVIIth centuries), pag. 373

L. Soltow, The Distribution of Wealth in Belgium in 1814-1815, pag. 401

J. Goodman, Financing Pre-modern European Industry: an Example from Florence 1580-1660, pag. 415

M. Morineau, History and Tithes, pag. 437
D.R. Ringrose, Madrid and the Castilian Economy, pag. 481

Reviews of books, pag. 491
Books received, pag. 521

a. 10, 1981, n. 1

John Komlos, Economic Growth and Industrialization in Hungary, 1880-1913, pag. 5
D.E. Moggridge, Financial Crises and Lenders of Last Resort: Policy in the Crises of 1920 and 1929, pag. 47
J.A. Perkins, The Agricultural Revolution in Germany, 1850-1914, pag. 71
W. von Stromer, Commercial Policy and Economic Conjuncture in Nuremberg at the Close of the Middle Ages: a Model of Economic Policy, pag. 119

W.J. Hausman, Excise Anatomised: the Political Economy of Walpole’s 1733 Tax Scheme, pag. 131
J.L. Neufeld, Trade Union Organisation in the South of Ireland in the XIXth Century, pag. 145
D.Todd, Synthetic Rubber in the German War Economy. A Case of Economic Dependence, pag. 153

S. Ciriacono, Silk Manufacturing in France and Italy in the XVIIth Century: Two Models Compared, pag. 167
Ch. Verlinden, Economic Fluctuations and Government Policy in the Netherlands in the Late XVIth Century, pag. 201
A. Wyczanski, The Adjustment of the Polish Economy to Economic Checks in the XVIIth Century, pag. 207

A. Di Vittorio, The Seafarers of the Mediterranean, pag. 213
M.R. Haines, The Unity of Diversity, pag. 223

Reviews of books, pag. 229
Books received, pag. 255