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Cambridge Studies in Economic History - Second Series

The aim of Cambridge Studies in Economic History is to publish stimulating and accessible economic history which actively builds bridges to other disciplines. Books in the series will illuminate why the issues they address are important and interesting, place their findings in a comparative context, and relate their research to wider debates and controversies. The series will combine innovative and exciting new research by younger researchers with new approaches to major issues by senior scholars. It will publish distinguished work regardless of chronological period or geographical location.

Editorial Board: Paul Johnson, University of Western Australia; Sheilagh Ogilvie, University of Cambridge; Avner Offer, All Souls College, Oxford; Gianni Toniolo, Università degli Studi di Roma 'Tor Vergata'; Gavin Wright, Stanford University, California


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