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New and Forthcoming Books of Interest: Winter Edition

A sampling of recently published and forthcoming books on topics of interest:
Franco Amatori, Robert Millward, and Pier Angelo Toninelli, eds., Reappraising State-Owned Enterprise:  A Comparison of the UK and Italy (Routledge, forthcoming, March 2011).

Stuart Banner: American Property: A History of How, Why, and What We Own (Harvard University Press, February 2011).

Barry Eichengreen, Exorbitant Privilege: The Rise and Fall of the Dollar and the Future of the International Monetary System (Oxford University Press, December 2010).

Stefano Fenoaltea, The Reinterpretation of Italian Economic History, from Unification to the Great War (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming, March 2011).

Susan M. Gauss, Made in Mexico: Regions, Nation, and the State in the Rise of Mexican Industrialism, 1920s-1940s (Penn State University Press, January 2011). 

Louis Hyman, Debtor Nation: The History of America in Red Ink (Princeton University Press, January 2011).

Douglas A. Irwin, Peddling Protectionism: Smoot-Hawley and the Great Depression (Princeton University Press, February 2011).

Douglas A. Irwin and Richard Sylla, eds., Founding Choices: American Economic Policy in the 1790s (University of Chicago Press, January 2011).

Roger Lloyd-Jones, Josephine Maltby, Myrddin John Lewis, and Mark David Matthews, Personal Capitalism and Corporate Governance: British Manufacturing in the First Half of the Twentieth Century (Ashgate, February 2011).

Paul W. Rhode, Joshua L. Rosenbloom, and David F. Weiman, eds., Economic Evolution and Revolution in Historical Time (Stanford University Press, February 2011).

John Singleton, Central Banking in the Twentieth Century (Cambridge University Press, December 2010).

Alessandro Stanziani, Rules of Exchange: French Capitalism in Comparative Perspective, Eighteenth to Early Twentieth Centuries (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming, March 2011).

Jon Stobart and Ilja Van Damme, eds., Modernity and the Second-Hand Trade: European Consumption Cultures and Practices, 1700-1900 (Palgrave Macmillan, January 2011).

Ian M. Taplin, The Modern American Wine Industry: Market Formation and Growth in North Carolina (Pickering and Chatto, February 2011).

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