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Volume 51 Issue 4
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Pages: 823-862
Published online: June 28, 2008DOI: 10.1111/1468-0289.00115

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Great Britain And Ireland S. H. Rigby, A medieval mercantile community: the Grocers’ Company and the politics and trade of London, 1000-1485 Peter Clark, The history of an English borough: Stratford-upon-Avon, 1196-1996 Donald Woodward, The new draperies in the Low Countries and England, 1300-1800 J. R. Wordie, Alternative agriculture: a history from the Black Death to the present day Robert Tittler, English counties and public building, 1650-1830 Michael Turner, Parliamentary enclosure in England: an introduction to its causes, incidence and impact, 1750-1850 Jeremy Gregory, Aspects of the Georgian church: visitation studies of the diocese of York, 1761-1776 Richard Whatmore, Progress, poverty and population: re-reading Condorcet, Godwin and Malthus R. G. Wilson, The diary of Robert Sharp of South Cave: life in a Yorkshire village, 1812-1837 Peter Cain, Free trade and Liberal England, 1846-1946 John Sheail, A history of water in modern England and Wales Kenneth D. Brown, Religion, business and wealth in modern Britain Penny Starns, Labour, social policy and the welfare state John F. Wilson, Finance in the age of the corporate economy Peter Howlett, Governance, industry and labour markets in Britain and France: the modernising state in the mid-twentieth century General Sitta Von Reden, Warriors into traders: the power of the market in early Greece Christopher Dyer, The growth of the medieval city: from late antiquity to the early fourteenth century; idem, The later medieval city, 1300-1500 Colin Heywood, Burgundy to Champagne: the wine trade in early modern France Hugh Clout, The brandy trade under the ancien regime: regional specialisation in the Charente David Ormrod, The first modern economy: success, failure, and perseverance of the Dutch economy, 1500-1815 Ted Wilson, Merchants, bankers, middlemen: the Amsterdam money market during the first half of the 19th century Michael Wintle, The economic history of the Netherlands, 1914-1995: a small open economy in the ‘long’ twentieth century Henry Roseveare, From the North Sea to the Baltic: essays in commercial, monetary and agrarian history, 1500-1800 J. K. J. Thomson, State corporatism and proto-industry: the Wurttemberg Black Forest, 1580-1797 Alan Dyer, Urban decline in early modern Germany: Schwabisch Hall and its region, 1650-1750 Michael Palairet, Rebuilding the financial system in central and eastern Europe, 1918-1994 Catherine R. Schenk, Monetary standards and exchange rates A. Slaven , European enterprise: strategies of adaptation and renewal in the twentieth century John J. Mccusker, Tobacco in the Atlantic trade: the Chesapeake, London and Glasgow, 1675-1775 John Killick, Trading beyond the mountains: the British fur trade on the Pacific, 1793-1843 Timothy J. Lockley, From Calabar to Carter’s Grove: the history of a Virginia slave community S. J. Kleinberg, Civic wars: democracy and public life in the American city during the nineteenth century Arni Sverrisson, Endless novelty: specialty production and American industrialization, 1865-1925 Gary Herrigel, Steel phoenix: the fall and rise of the US steel industry Peter Coates, Wetlands of the American Midwest: a historical geography of changing attitudes Robert G. Greenhill, Studies in the history of Latin American economic thought Christopher J. Napier, The development of accounting in an inter-national context: a festschrift in honour of R. H. Parker