The Australian Economic History Review will have a new name, the Asia-Pacific Economic History Review, beginning with volume 63, Issue 1 (March 2023).
The journal’s aims and scope are not changing. It will continue to publish cutting edge economic history of the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia and New Zealand, alongside research of a broadly international or comparative character. See the most recent issue online now.
Alison Bashford, ‘Malthus and Gender’
Apicha Chutipongpisit, ‘The Siamese rice trade during the interwar years: Trade pattern, crisis and business survival’
Nan Li and Baomin Dong, ‘The legacy of colonial rule: On the impact of the railway zones in modern China’
Bingdao Zheng and Yanfeng Gu, ‘Institutional dynamics and access to non-farm employment in rural China, 1950–1996’
Claire E.F. Wright, ‘Above board? Interlocking directorates and corporate contagion in 1980s Australia’