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28 Nov, 2017
By Jon Stobart (Manchester Metropolitan University) Today, village shops are often seen as central to village life and their...
23 Nov, 2017
By Paul Atkinson (University of Liverpool) – research conducted at Lancaster University thanks to ERC funding. — This work...
14 Nov, 2017
by Brian D Varian (Swansea University) B. Saul (1965) once referred to late nineteenth-century Britain as the ‘export economy’....
7 Nov, 2017
by Richard Blakemore (University of Reading) – research conducted at the University of Exeter thanks to a ERC project....
2 Nov, 2017
On Marten Seppel, Keith Tribe (eds.) Cameralism in Practice. State Administration and Economy in Early Modern Europe, Boydell and...
31 Oct, 2017
by J. Rutterford (Open University), D.P. Sotiropoulos (Open University), and C. van Lieshout (University of Cambridge)   In today’s financialised societies,...
24 Oct, 2017
Everything (well,… most things) you know about wages 1650 -1800 is wrong. That’s a great opportunity for historians by...
17 Oct, 2017
by Evan Wigton-Jones (University of California, Riverside)    Recent years have witnessed a renewed interest in issues of economic...
12 Oct, 2017
by Elizabeth Wiedenheft (University of Nottingham)   There has long been a tension in Christianity between economic concerns and...
5 Oct, 2017
by Tehreem Husain (The Express Tribune)   Over the past few decades rapid strides of financial globalization of capital...
3 Oct, 2017
by Judith Spicksley (University of York) Slavery in England had apparently been replaced by serfdom in the twelfth century,...
14 Sep, 2017
by Pantelis Kammas (University of Ioannina) and Vassilis Sarantides (University of Sheffield) Some of the basic characteristics of the current...
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