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Research in Economic History

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ISSN: 0363-3268

Editor: Susan Wolcott and Christopher Hanes
Subject: Economics (view other series in this subject area)Thomson Reuters Book Citation Index logo. Scopus logo.
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Research in Economic History is a peer-reviewed journal published once a year as a single book-length hardcover volume. We cover all areas of economic history, incuding demography and development. Research in Economic History is a well-established and well-cited journal which has presented work by leading researchers in the field of economic history, including economists, historians and demographers.

We welcome submissions of any length, quantitative or non-quantitative, with or without formal theoretical models and statistics. We are especially well-suited for papers presenting newly-developed statistical series.

What you need to send the editor: Please enclose two copies of your manuscript, the first one should include details of author names and contact information, the second copy should have author details and identifying information removed. The second version is sent out to referees.
Submissions should be sent to: [email protected] with a subject heading: REH initial submission.
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