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Volume 50 Issue 3
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Pages: 556-616
Published online: June 28, 2008DOI: 10.1111/1468-0289.00070

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Great Britain and Ireland Lesley Abrams, Anglo-Saxon Glastonbury church and endowment Alan Crossley, ed., The Victoria history of the counties of England: Oxford, XIII: Bampton hundred (part one) including the market town of Bampton Zvi Razi and Richard Smith, eds., Medieval society and the manor court J. M. Fletcher and C. A. Upton, eds., The domestic accounts of Merton College, Oxford, 1 August 1482-1 August 1494 Michael J. Braddick, The nerves of the state: taxation and the financing of the English state, 1558-1714 Bruce G. Carruthers, City of capital: politics and markets in the English financial revolution R. B. Outhwaite, Clandestine marriage in England, 1500-1850 Sybil M. Jack, Towns in Tudor and Stuart Britain H. V. Bowen, Elites, enterprise and the making of the British overseas empire, 1688-1775 M. Dresser and P. Ollerenshaw, eds., The making of modern Bristol Negley Harte and Roland Quinault, eds., Land and society in Britain, 1700-1914: essays in honour of F. M. L. Thompson Herbert H. Kaplan, Russian overseas commerce with Great Britain during the reign of Catherine II Mark Jackson, New-born child murder: women, illegitimacy and the courts in eighteenth-century England M. R. Watts, The dissenters, Roger J. P. Kain and Richard R. Oliver, The tithe maps of England and Wales: a cartographic analysis and county-by-county catalogue Michael Huberman, Escape from the market: negotiating work in Lancashire Anna Davin, Growing up poor: home, school and street in London, 1870-1914 David Edgerton, Science, technology and the British industrial `decline’, 1870-1970 Lara Marks, Metropolitan maternity: maternal and infant welfare services in early twentieth century London Jim Tomlinson, Democratic socialism and economic policy: the Attlee years, 1945-1951 Alan S. Milward and George Brennan, Britain’s place in the world: a historical enquiry into import controls, 1945-1960 David W. Gutzke, Alcohol in the British Isles from Roman times to 1996: an annotated bibliography General Joel F. Harrington, Reordering marriage and society in Reformation Germany R. Po-chia Hsia and Hartmut Lehmann, eds., In and out of the ghetto: Jewish-Gentile relations in late medieval and early modern Germany N. Morley, Metropolis and hinterland: the city of Rome and the Italian economy, 200 B.C.-A.D. 200 Maria Malatesta, ed., Society and the professions in Italy, 1860-1914 J.-M. Duvosquel and E. Thoen, eds., Peasants and townsmen in medieval Europe: studies in honorem Adriaan Verhulst William Chester Gordon, The great famine: northern Europe in the early fourteenth century James Hughes, Stalinism in a Russian province: a study of collectivization and dekulakization in Siberia Mark Harrison, Accounting for war: Soviet production, employment and the defence burden, 1940-1945 Mauro Ambrosoli, trans. Mary McCann Salvatorelli, The wild and the sown: botany and agriculture in western Europe, 1350-1850 Andreas Kunz and John Armstrong, eds., Inland navigation and economic development in nineteenth-century Europe Lee A. Craig and Douglas Fisher, The integration of the European economy, 1850-1913 Joseph Melling and Alan McKinlay, eds., Management, labour and industrial politics in modern Europe: the quest for productivity growth during the twentieth century Jon Lunn, Capital and labour on the Rhodesian railway system, 1888-1947 Stanley L. Engerman and Robert E. Gallman, eds., The Cambridge economic history of the United States Paul A. C. Koistinen, Beating plowshares into swords: the political economy of American warfare, 1606-1865 Christopher J. Casteneda and Clarence M. Smith, Gas pipelines and the emergence of America’s regulatory state William J. Barber, Designs within disorder: Franklin D. Roosevelt, the economists and the shaping of American economic policy, 1933-1945 Mikulas Teich and Roy Porter, eds., The industrial revolution in national context: Europe and the USA Roderick A. McDonald, ed., West Indies accounts: essays on the history of the British Caribbean and the Atlantic economy in honour of Richard Sheridan Kenneth J. Andrien, The kingdom of Quito, 1690-1830: the state and regional economic development Thomas F. O’Brien, The revolutionary mission: American enterprise in Latin America, 1900-1945 T. Roy, ed., Cloth and commerce: textiles in colonial India Pierre van der Eng, Agricultural growth in Indonesia: productivity change and policy impact since 1880 J. Th. Lindblad, ed., Historical foundations of a national economy in Indonesia, 1890s-1990s Peter Duus, R. H. Myers, and M. R. Peattie, eds., The Japanese wartime empire, 1931-1945 Peter Liberman, Does conquest pay? The exploitation of occupied industrial societies Dennis O. Flynn, World silver and monetary history in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries T. Bayoumi, B. Eichengreen, and M. P. Taylor, eds., Modern perspectives on the gold standard Harold James, International monetary cooperation since Bretton Woods Martin Fase, Gerald Feldman, and Manfred Pohl, eds., How to write the history of a bank Brenda J. Buchanan, ed., Gunpowder: the history of an international technology Rene Leboutte, ed., Proto-industrialisation: recherches recentes et nouvelles perspectives. Melanges en souvenir de Franklin Mendels / Proto-industrialization: recent research and new perspectives. In memory of Franklin Mendels Ralph Shlomowitz with Lance Brennan and John McDonald. Mortality and migration in the western world Andrew Godley and Oliver M. Westall, eds., Business history and business culture Johan Goudsblom, Eric Jones, and Stephen Mennell, The course of human history: economic growth, social process and civilization Daniel Miller, ed., Acknowledging consumption Terry Brotherstone and Geoff Pilling, eds., History, economic history and the future of marxism: essays in memory of Tom Kemp (1921-1993)