The Economic History Review - Volume 71 Issue 1 (pages 1–370)

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February 2018

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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12646

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REVIEW OF PERIODICAL LITERATURE

Review of periodical literature published in 2016 (pages 290–335)

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30 Oct 2017 05:35 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12656

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BOOK REVIEWS

Great Britain and Ireland

Almshouses in early modern England: charitable housing in the mixed economy of welfare 1550–1725 – By Angela Nicholls (pages 336–337)

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David Hitchcock
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12668

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The East India Company 1600–1858: a short history with documents – By Ian Barrow (pages 337–338)

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Karolina Hutková
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12669

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The financing of John Wesley's Methodism c. 1740–1800 – By Clive Murray Norris (pages 338–339)

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Kirsten W. Kininmonth
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12670

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From goblets to gaslights: the Scottish glass industry 1750–2006 – By Jill Turnbull (pages 340–341)

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Sam McKinstry
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12671

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William Fairbairn: the experimental engineer. A study in mid‐19th‐century engineering – By Richard Byrom (pages 341–342)

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Fabian Hiscock
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12672

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George Carr Glyn: railwayman and banker – By David Hodgkins (pages 342–343)

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Terry Gourvish
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12673

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Child labor in the British Victorian entertainment industry, 1875–1914 – By Dyan Colclough (pages 343–345)

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Simon Sleight
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12674

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The building society promise: access, risk, and efficiency – By Antoninus Samy (pages 345–346)

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Sergio Castellanos‐Gamboa
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12675

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Global

The Routledge history handbook of gender and the urban experience – Edited by Deborah Simonton (pages 346–347)

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Jennifer Aston
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12676

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The economics of Ottoman justice: settlement and trial in the Sharia courts – By Metin Coşgel and Boğaç Ergene (pages 348–349)

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Ulas Karakoc
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12677

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Cul de Sac: patrimony, capitalism, and slavery in French Saint Domingue – By Paul Cheney (pages 349–351)

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Carolyn Fick
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12678

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Merchants of Canton and Macao: success and failure in eighteenth‐century Chinese trade – By Paul A. van Dyke (pages 351–352)

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David Abulafia
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12679

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Japan and the great divergence. A short guide – By Penelope Francks (pages 352–354)

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Matteo Salonia
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12680

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India, modernity and the great divergence: Mysore and Gujarat (17th to 19th C.) – By Kaveh Yazdani (pages 354–355)

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Sashi Sivramkrishna
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12681

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‘Deficient in commercial morality’? Japan in global debates on business ethics in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries – By Janet Hunter (pages 355–356)

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Tetsuji Okazaki
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12682

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Cotton and race across the Atlantic: Britain, Africa, and America, 1900–1920 – By Jonathan E. Robins (pages 356–357)

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Janet Greenlees
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12683

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The political economy of sugar production in colonial Kenya: the Asian initiative in Central Nyanza – By Godriver Wanga‐Odhiambo (pages 358–359)

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Jutta Bolt
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12684

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The spread of modern industry to the periphery since 1871 – Edited by Kevin Hjortshøj O'Rourke and Jeffrey Gale Williamson (pages 359–360)

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Christopher W. Miller
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12685

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The international aluminium cartel, 1886–1978: the business and politics of a cooperative industrial institution – By Marco Bertilorenzi (pages 360–362)

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Birgit Karlsson
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12686

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West German industrialists and the making of the economic miracle: a history of mentality and recovery – By Armin Grünbacher (pages 362–363)

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Tobias Alexander Jopp
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12687

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The politics and economics of decolonization in Africa: the failed experiment of the Central African Federation – By Andrew Cohen (pages 363–365)

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Alex Sutton
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12688

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Economic and natural disasters since 1900: a comparative history – By John Singleton (pages 365–366)

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Vinita Damodaran
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12689

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The Chinese and Indian corporate economies: a comparative history of their search for economic renaissance and globalization – By Rajeswary Ampalavanar Brown (pages 366–367)

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B. R. Tomlinson
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12690

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The information nexus: global capitalism from the Renaissance to the present – By Steven G. Marks (pages 367–369)

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Jonathan Levy
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12691

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The great leveler. Violence and the history of inequality from the Stone Age to the twenty‐first century – By Walter Scheidel (pages 369–370)

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Bas Van Bavel
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18 Jan 2018 06:48 AM
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10.1111/ehr.12692

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