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The Economic History Review publishes articles based on original
research on all aspects of economic and social history. The Review
is edited on behalf of the Economic History Society by leading scholars. It
has been published since 1927 and is one of the world's leading journals in
the field. The Review welcomes contributions based on the full
range of methodological approaches used by economic and social historians and
is pleased to publish high quality research on the economic and social history
of any area of the world. The emphasis is on broad coverage of themes of economic
and social change, including their intellectual, political and cultural implications.
In addition to regular papers, some issues contain contributions to a series
of 'Surveys and Speculations' which are more reflective survey articles. For
many years past a comprehensive annual list of publications on the economic
and social history of Great Britain and Ireland has been published. Each issue
also contains a substantial number of book reviews.
JSTOR provides a digital archive of the print version of Economic
History Review. The electronic version of Economic History Review
is available at http://www.interscience.wiley.com.
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