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New issues in business and economic history journals

Enterprise & Society Volume 20 - Issue 4 -Enterprise & Society, 20(4) 2019. This issue contains the 2019 Krooss Prize Dissertation Summaries, including the winner of the 2019's prize, Ghassan Moazzin.

The November issue of the Economic History Review, 72(4), is available here.

The American Economic Review November and December issues, 109(11, 12), are available online.

The December issue of the Australian Economic Review 52(4) can be accessed online.

The latest issue of Revista de Historia Economica - Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, the December, 37(3) is out and can be accessed here.

Readings of interest from across the web

In the Jerusalem Post, Eytan Halon reported about the latest reparations by Krispy Kreme to Holocaust survivors. Read the article here.

News at Hagley Museum and Library are available at Read the latest post on the acquisition of the Cinecraft Productions film archive here.

New Podcast Episodes

Michael Zakim talks about his book Accounting for Capitalism: The World the Clerk Made in the New Books Network. The audio is available here.

An interview with Amy Offner about her recent manuscript Sorting Out the Mixed Economy. The Rise and Fall of Welfare and Developmental States in the Americas is available here.

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