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Financial History Review
  • ISSN: 0968-5650 (Print), 1474-0052 (Online)
  • Editors: Stefano Battilossi Universidad Carlos III Madrid, Spain and Rui Pedro Esteves University of Oxford, UK
  • Editorial board
Published for The European Association for Banking and Financial History. Established in 1994, Financial History Review has earned a solid international reputation as an academic journal committed to research of high scholarly standards. The Review deliberately seeks to embrace a broad approach to financial, banking and monetary history, which appeals to a wide audience of historians, economists and practitioners. We welcome different perspectives including analytical narratives, theoretically-inspired research, advanced empirical analysis, and the interrelations between history, finance, policy, culture and society. FHR publishes research articles dealing with any historical period and country or regional area. The Review, through its section "The Past Mirror", is also an assiduous advocate of the relevance of history for a proper understanding of present financial and monetary developments.

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History blog

  • Writing histories in a time of commemoration: Ireland and Finland
  • 05 December 2017, Richard Mc Mahon and Andrew G. Newby
  • “I maintain that the analogy between Finland and Ireland is almost perfect” -Michael Collins At the end of 2017, with Ireland approaching the half-way mark of what is designated a “Decade of Centenaries,” a country at the opposite edge of northern Europe will celebrate a hundred years of nationhood.…...
  • Reproduction in Blade Runner 2049
  • 01 December 2017, Lavinia Maddaluno
  • Reproduction on Film, the recently published special issue of The British Journal for the History of Science, investigates the theme of biological reproduction...
  • The historical significance of the 1966 Coleman Report
  • 27 November 2017, Nancy Beadie
  • This blog accompanies the Policy Forum on the 1966 Coleman Report published in History of Education Quarterly. For this History of Education Quarterly Policy Forum, we look at the historical significance of the 1966 Coleman Report from several different perspectives.…...