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NEW ISSUES IN ACADEMIC JOURNALS
- The American Economic Review, Vol 109; 2019 September and October issues online.
- Business History's latest issue (Vol 61(8)) is available here.
- Business History Review's latest issue on Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy. Vol 93(3).
- September 2019 Vol 20(3) of Enterprise and Society is available online.
- The latest issue of Australian Economic Review (52(3)) is available here.
- Vol 72(4) of the Economic History Review is available online.
Readings of interest from across the web
Louis Hyman and Kwelina Thompson wrote on e-commerce for the New York Times E-Commerce Promised the World. Are We Happy With Our Purchase? in August of 2019.
For the Economic History Society blog, The Long Run
- Gabriele Cappelli and Michelangelo Vasta wrote an entry on school reform, Can school centralization foster human capital accumulation? A quasi-experiment from early twentieth-century Italy
- Guido Alfani wrote on inequality in an entry titled Social Mobility and Inequality in the Republic of Venice, 1400-1700
- And Johny Fulfer reviewed historian Nan Enstad's new book Cigarettes, Inc.: An Intimate History of Corporate Imperialism in A Peopled History of Cigarettes and Corporate Capitalism
In History News Network
- Jane R. Plitt wrote Beyond the Vote, The Suffragists Helped Launch Modern Business Franchising
- and Ian Milligan contributed Historians' archival research looks quite different in the digital age
News at Hagley Library and Museum at https://www.hagley.org/research/research-news-events/news/all-news
- How the Supermarket Helped America Win the Cold War in the show Freakonomics
- Hagley's Stories from the Stacks show Give & Take: Private Faith and Public Charity in America with Andrew Jungclaus.
- The show Who Makes Cents? also had a recent episode on Nan Enstad's new book Cigarettes, Inc.: An Intimate History of Corporate Imperialism. Listen to Nan Enstad on Multinational Cigarette Corporations and Jim Crow Capitalism.