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Volume 55 Issue 1
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Pages: 186-217
Published online: June 28, 2008DOI: 10.1111/1468-0289.00218

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Books reviewed: John Hatcher and Mark Bailey, Modelling the middle ages: the history and theory of England’s economic development Christine M. Newman, Late medieval Northallerton: a small market town and its hinterland, c. 1470-1540 Adam Fox, Oral and literate culture in England, 1500-1700 Frederick Valletta, Witchcraft, magic and superstition in England, 1640-70 David W. Howell, The rural poor in eighteenth-century Wales Peter Borsay, The image of Georgian Bath, 1700-2000 Torsten Berg and Peter Berg, eds., R. R. Angerstein’s illustrated travel diary, 1753-1755: industry in England and Wales from a Swedish perspective Anne Orde, Religion, business and society in north-east England: the Pease family of Darlington in the nineteenth century Arthur J. McIvor, A history of work in Britain, 1880-1950 Roger Davidson, Dangerous liaisons: a social history of venereal disease in twentieth-century Scotland Neil Forbes, Doing business with the Nazis: Britain’s economic and financial relations with Germany, 1931-1939 Ronald Hyam and Wm. Roger Louis, (eds.), The Conservative government and the end of empire, 1957-1964, 2 parts. Part I: High policy, political and constitutional change. Part II: Economics, international relations, and the Commonwealth C. Edmund Clingan, Finance from Kaiser to Fuhrer: budget politics in Germany, 1912-1934 Girolamo Imbruglia, (ed.), Naples in the eighteenth century: the birth and death of a nation state Alice Teichova, Herbert Matis, and Jaroslav Patek, (eds.), Economic change and the national question in twentieth-century Europe Ton Notermans, Money, markets, and the state: social democratic economic policies since 1918 David Abulafia, (ed.), The new Cambridge medieval history, V: c. 1198-c. 1300 Elise S. Brezis and Peter Temin, (eds.), Elites, minorities and economic growth Kenneth Morgan, Slavery and servitude in North America, 1607-1800 Kenneth Morgan, Slavery, Atlantic trade and the British economy, 1660-1800 John J. McCusker and Kenneth Morgan, The early modern Atlantic economy Allan Kulikoff, From British peasants to colonial American farmers David Blanke, Sowing the American dream: how consumer culture took root in the rural Midwest Bruce Curtis, The politics of population: state formation, statistics and the census of Canada, 1840-1875 Jeremy Baskes, Indians, merchants, and markets: a reinterpretation of the repartimiento and Spanish-Indian economic relations in colonial Oaxaca, 1750-1821 Birgit Sonesson, Puerto Rico’s commerce, 1765-1865: from regional to worldwide market relations Claude Marcovits, The global world of Indian merchants, 1750-1947: traders of Sind from Bukhara to Panama Nasir Tyabji, Industrialisation and innovation: the Indian experience Tirthankar Roy, The economic history of India, 1857-1947 Simon Ville, The rural entrepreneurs: a history of the stock and station agent industry in Australia and New Zealand David B. Abernethy, The dynamics of global dominance: European overseas empire, 1415-1980 Neil De Marchi and Craufurd D. W. Goodwin, (eds.), Economic engagements with art, annual supplement to vol. 31, History of Political Economy Pat Hudson, History by numbers: an introduction to quantitative approaches