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19 Jun, 2019
By Alexandra L. Cermeño and Kerstin Enflo (Lund University) Urban growth is crucial for modernisation, and the wave of new...
17 Jun, 2019
Peter Kirby, Child workers and industrial health in Britain 1780-1850 (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2013. Pp. xi + 212. 8...
14 Jun, 2019
by Jamus Jerome Lim (ESSEC Business School and Center for Analytical Finance)   In 2017, the bilateral trade deficit between...
12 Jun, 2019
by Linda Perriton (University of Stirling)   If you look up as you walk along the streets of British...
11 Jun, 2019
The 2020 Annual Conference will be held at St Catherine’s College, Oxford, Friday 17 – Sunday 19 April.  Registration, sessions, delegate...
10 Jun, 2019
by Carmen Sarasua (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) The full paper was published on The Economic History Review, and is...
7 Jun, 2019
by Alex Wakelam (University of Cambridge)   While it is often assumed that debtors’ prisons were illogical and ineffective, my...
6 Jun, 2019
by Federico Tadei (Department of Economic History, University of Barcelona)   Recent Brexit negotiations have led to intense debate on...
5 Jun, 2019
by Kilian Rieder (University of Oxford) What drives a central bank’s decision to grant or refuse liquidity provision during...
4 Jun, 2019
by Michael Poyker (UCLA)   The United States has the largest prison population in the world. More than half...
31 May, 2019
by Thomas Gould (University of Bristol)   What has been the relationship between the growth of finance and ‘neoliberalism’ in...
30 May, 2019
by Juliane Czierpka (Ruhr-University Bochum)   Since the beginning of the Ruhr area’s industrialisation in the second half of the...
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