Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Book Series in Business and Economic History

Columbia University Press has recently announced a new book series of interest.  Columbia Studies in the History of U.S. Capitalism aims to take "the full measure of capitalism's complexity, placing it squarely back at the center of the American experience by taking history 'from the bottom up' all the way to the top." Louis Hyman, Bethany Moreton, and Julia Ott will serve as the series editors.
    Other book series related to business and economic history include:
Routledge International Studies in Business History
People, Markets, Goods: Economies and Societies in History (Boydell and Brewer), eds.: Nigel Goose, Steve Hindle, Jane Humphries, and Kevin O’Rourke
Comparative Perspectives in Business History (Cambridge), eds.: Franco Amatori, Louis Galambos
Princeton Economic History of the Western World, ed. Joel Mokyr
American Business, Politics, and Society (University of Pennsylvania Press), eds.: Andrew Wender Cohen, Pamela Walker Laird, Mark H. Rose, and Elizabeth Tandy Shermer
Hagley Perspectives on Business and Culture (University of Pennsylvania Press), eds.:  Philip Scranton, Roger Horowitz, and Susan Strasser
Studies in Industry and Society (Johns Hopkins University Press), ed.: Philip Scranton
Studies in Early American Economy and Society (Johns Hopkins University Press), ed.: Cathy Matson
Studies in Business History (Pickering & Chatto)
Studies in Banking and Financial History (Ashgate)
Harvard Studies in Business History, eds.: Walter Friedman and Geoffrey Jones
Luther H. Hodges Series on Business, Society, and the State (University of North Carolina Press), ed. William H. Becker