The Economic History Review

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The Economic History Review
Economics History Review.jpg
DisciplineHistory, economics
Edited byPhillipp Schofield, Sara Horrell, Jaime Reis
Publication details
1.1 (2019)
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Econ. Hist. Rev.
ISSN0013-0117 (print)
1468-0289 (web)
OCLC no.47075644

The Economic History Review is a peer-reviewed history journal published quarterly by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Economic History Society. It was established in 1927 by Eileen Power and is currently edited by Sara Horrell, Jaime Reis and Patrick Wallis. Its first editors were E. Lipson and R. H. Tawney and other previous editors include M. M. Postan, H. J. Habbakuk, Max Hartwell (1960–1968), Christopher Dyer, Nicholas Crafts, John Hatcher, Richard Smith, Jane Humphries, Steve Hindle, Phillipp Schofield, and Eric Hopkins. Hopkins is the author of the article “Working Hours and Conditions During the Industrial Revolution: A Re-Appraisal”. The revolutionary article describes the working conditions of men, women, and children during the Industrial Revolution in Birmingham, England. In it, Hopkins famously says: "tied life, tied death, I come without delay".

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