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6 Mar, 2018
by Kim Oosterlinck (Université Libre de Bruxelles)   The art market in France during the Nazi occupation provided one...
27 Feb, 2018
by Adam Crymble (University of Hertfordshire)   We often hear complaints of migrant groups negatively influencing British life. Grievances against...
20 Feb, 2018
by Gillian Cookson (University of Leeds) The Age of Machinery: Engineering the Industrial Revolution, 1770-1850, is published in February...
13 Feb, 2018
by James Foreman-Peck and Peng Zhou (Cardiff University) A central question of economics is why some nations experienced economic...
6 Feb, 2018
by Nuno Palma (University of Manchester) — This paper provides the first annual time series of coin and money...
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30 Jan, 2018
by Ian Webster The Public Works Loan Board was formed in 1817, when the government was faced with a...
23 Jan, 2018
The editors Paolo Di Martino, Andrew Popp, and Peter Scott present the volume People, places and cultures. Essays in honour...
18 Jan, 2018
by Ester Sahle (University of Bremen) In the wake of the Libor scandal in 2012, Barclay’s bank suffered severe...
16 Jan, 2018
by David Le Bris (Toulouse Business School) Despite the importance of the phenomenon, there is no clear definition of...
9 Jan, 2018
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14 Dec, 2017
by Maria Stella Chiaruttini (European University Institute)   Risorgimento history and mythology have, from the very beginning, been a...
7 Dec, 2017
by Steven Toms (University of Leeds) —   Following decades of long run economic decline, recent calls to establish...
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