The Economic History Review


Volume 44 Issue 2
Pages: 343-393
Published online: February 11, 2008DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.1991.tb01848.x

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Book reviewed in this article: ANNUAL REVIEW OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS FOR ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORIANS, 19901 The historical archive project GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND M.M. Rowe and J.M. Draisey, eds., The receivers’accounts of the city of Exeter, 1304-1353 Anthony Quiney, The traditional buildings of England P. J. Atkins, The directories of London, 1677-1977 James Stephen Taylor, Poverty, migration, and settlement in the industrial revolution: sojourner’s narratives Douglas Hay and Francis Snyder, eds., Policing and prosecution in Britain, 1750-1850 W. H. Chaloner, Industry and innovation: selected essays, eds. D. A. Farnie and W. O. Henderson Harry Hendrick, Images of youth: age, class and the male youth problem, 1880-1920 Michael Bonavia, London before I forget Peter Mathias and Sidney Pollard, eds., The Cambridge economic history of Europe, VIII. The industrial economies: the development of economic and social policies Florin Aftalion, The French Revolution: an economic interpretation Ross Thomson, The path to mechanized shoe production in the United States Thomas G. Fuechtmann, Steeples and stacks: religion and steel crisis in Youngstown Dianne Newell, ed., The development of the Pacific salmon-canning industry: a grown man’s game Jill Crystal, Oil and politics in the Gulf: rulers and merchants in Kuwait and Qatar Angus Maddison, The world economy in the twentieth century Gilbert Ziebura, World economy and world politics, 1924-1931 J.R. Raeburn and J.O. Jones, The history of the International Association of Agricultural Economists: towards rural welfare worldwide John F. Henry, The making of neoclassical economics Mary S. Morgan, The history of econometric ideas Moses Abramovitz, ‘Thinking about growth’and other essays on growth and welfare