The Economic History Review


Volume 43 Issue 4
Pages: 735-770
Published online: February 11, 2008DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0289.1990.tb00553.x

Log in to access the full article.

N. M. Herbert, ed., The Victoria history of the counties of England, Gloucestershire G.C. Baugh, ed., The Victoria history of the counties of England K. J. Allison, ed., The Victoria history of the counties of England H. E. Hallam, ed., The agrarian history of England and Wales Heather Swanson, Medieval artisans: an urban class in late medieval England Valerie Fildes, ed., Women as mothers in pre-industrial England Pat Hudson, ed., Regions and industries: a perspective on the industrial revolution in Britain David J. V. Jones, Rebecca’s children G. E. Mingay, ed., The vanishing countryman Edward Higgs, Making sense of the census: W. Hamish Fraser and R. J. Morris, eds., People and society in Scotland Caroline Steedman, Childhood, culture and class in Britain: Margaret Macmillan Kathleen Burk, Morgan Grenfell, 1838-1988: the biography of a merchant bank Ross McKibbin, The ideologies of class: social relations in Britain Ben Fine, The coal question: political economy and industrial change from the nineteenth century Jim Tomlinson, Public policy and the economy since igoo Kenneth Warren, Armstrongs of Elswick Keith Lay bourn, Britain on the dole: Keith Hayward, The British aircraft industry Alan Booth, British economic policy, 1931-49 A. Cairncross and Nita Watts, The Economic Section, 1939-61 Charles Harvey, ed., Business history: concepts and measurement Anne Digby and Charles Feinstein, eds., New directions in economic and social history Phillip Bendict, ed., Cities and social change early modern France Colin Jones, The charitable imperative: hospitals and nursing in ancien regime and revolutionary France Adrian Nicola Carello, The northern question: Italy’s participation in the European Economic Yehuda Don and Victor Karady, eds., A social and economic history of Central European Jewry Avner Offer, The First World War: an agrarian interpretation Richard Lawton and Robert Lee, eds., Urban population development in western Europe Andrew Cox and Noel O’Sullivan, eds., The corporate state: Jacob J. Kaplan and Gunther Schleiminger, The European Payments Union: M. A. Lutz, ed., Social economics: retrospect and prospect August C. Bolino, A century of human capital by education and training Wayne Parsons, The power of the financial press: Richard B. DuBoff, Accumulation and power: Priscilla Long, Where the sun never shines: Imran Ali, The Punjab under imperialism, 1885-1947 Stephen A. Resnick and Richard D. Wolff, Knowledge and class: Terrell Carver, Friednch Engels: his life and thought Henry Phelps Brown, Egalitarianism and the generation