The Economic History Review


Volume 45 Issue 2
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Pages: 413-457
Published online: February 11, 2008DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.1992.tb01309.x

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Book reviewed in this article: GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND Eric Gordon, Eynsham Abbey, 1005-1228 M. W. Greenslade, ed., The Victoria history of the counties of England: a history of the county of Stafford, xiv: the city of Lichfield Richard Holt and Gervase Rosser, The English medieval town: a reader in English urban history, 1200-1540 Frank Musgrove, The north of England Richard S. Smith, Early coal-mining around Nottingham, 1500-1650 Barbara English, The great landowners of east Yorkshire, 1530-1910 David Levine and Keith Wrightson, The making of an industrial society: Whickham, 1560-1765 Phyllis Hembry, The English spa, 1560-1815: a social history Theodore Koditschek, Class formation and industrial society: Bradford, 1750-1850 Jane Fiske, ed., The Oakes diaries: business, politics and the family in Bury St Edmunds, 1778-1827. I. Introduction: lames Oakes’diaries, 1778-1800 James E. Bradley, Religion, revolution and English radicalism: non-conformity in eighteenth-century politics and society John Belchem, Industrialization and the working class: the English experience, 1750-1900 Jeffrey G. Williamson, Coping with city growth during the British industrial revolution Clark Nardinelli, Child labour and the industrial revolution Roderick Floud, Kenneth Wachter, and Annabel Gregory, Height, health and history: nutritional status in the United Kingdom, 1750-1980 Alex Mercer, Disease, mortality and population in transition: epidemiological-demographic change in England since the eighteenth century as part of a global phenomenon John E. Archer, By a flash and a scare: arson, animal maiming, and poaching in East Anglia. 1815-1870 Michael Hunter and Robert Thorne, eds., Change at King’s Cross R. J. Morris, Class, sect and party: the making of the British middle class. Leeds, 1820-1850 Cynthia Brown, Northampton, 1835-1985: shoe town, new town Dieter Ziegler, trans. Eileen Martin, Central bank, peripheral industry: the Bank of England in the provinces, 1826-1913 David McCrone, Stephen Kendrick, and Pat Straw, ed., The making of Scotland: nation, culture and social change Edgar Jones, A history of GKN, 2: the growth of the business, 1918-1945 G. H. Martin and Peter Spufford, eds., The records of the nation: the Public Record Office, 1838-1988: the British Record Society, 1888-1988 Harvey J. Kaye and Keith McClelland, eds., E. P. Thompson: critical perspectives GENERAL Richard Duncan-Jones, Structure and scale in the Roman economy Marc Boone, Geld en macht: de Gentse stadsfinancien en de Bourgondische staatsvorming, 1384-1453 Larry Neal, The rise of financial capitalism: international capital markets in the age of reason Lars T. Lih, Bread and authority in Russia, 1914-1921 Roger Pethybridge, One step backwards, two steps forward: Soviet society and politics under the new economic policy William Moskoff, The bread of affliction: the food supply in the USSR during World War II Georges Sabagh, ed., The modern economic and social history of the Middle East in its world context M. W. Daly, Imperial Sudan: the Anglo-Egyptian condominium, 1934-1956 Zbigniew A. Konczacki, Jane L. Parpart, and Timothy M. Shaw, eds., Studies in the economic history of southern Africa, I: the Front-Line States David J. Jeremy, Technology and power in the early American cotton industry: James Montgomery, the second edition of his’Cotton manufacture'(1840), and the Justitia’controversy about relative power costs Tom Kemp, The climax of capitalism: the U.S. economy in the twentienth century Frank Griffith Dawson, The first Latin American debt crisis: The City of London and the 1822-25 loan bubble Mauricio Font, Coffee, contention, and change in the making of modern Brazil Dennis L. McNamara, The colonial origins of Korean enterprise, 1910-1945 Harold Blakemore, From the Pacific to La Paz: the Antofagasta Lawrence I. Conrad, ed., The formation and perception of the modern Arab world: studies by Marwan R. Buheiry M. Mann, ed., The rise and decline of the nation state Geoffrey Jones, ed., Banks as multinationals Bruna Ingrao & Giorgio Israel