List of Publications

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A1. BOOKS
(2004) [with A. Ringe and N. Rollings] Economic policy under the Conservatives, 1951-64: a guide to documents in the National Archives of the UK. London: Institute of Historical Research/National Archives. Pp. xxii + 328, ISBN 1871348935.

(2000) The British economy since 1945: engaging with the debate. London: Macmillan and New York: St Martins Press. Pp. xix+198. ISBN 0333684826 (Hardback); 0333684834 (Paperback).

(1998) Charlatans or saviours?: economists and the British economy from Marshall to Meade. Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar. Pp. xix+462. ISBN 1858989043.

(1996) Government versus the market: the growth of the public sector, economic management and British economic performance, c.1890-1979. Cheltenham and Brookfield, VT: Edward Elgar. Pp. xxviii+756. ISBN 1852780312 (Hardback); 1858983711 (Paperback edition published 1997).

(1985) Towards the managed economy: Keynes, the Treasury and the fiscal policy debate of the 1930s. London: Methuen. Pp. xi+244. ISBN 0416358306. [Reissued in 2006 (ISBN 0415379776) as a Routledge Library Editions: Economic History which ‘reprints some of the most important works on economic history published in the last century’]

A2. EDITED BOOKS

(2012) Inside the Department of Economic Affairs: Samuel Brittan, the diary of an irregular, 1964-6. Oxford: Oxford University Press for British Academy, in press.

(2000) [with R.E. Backhouse] Exemplary economists: introducing economists of the twentieth century. Vol. I: North America. Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar. Pp. xxiii+450. ISBN 1858989590.

(2000) [with R.E. Backhouse] Exemplary economists: introducing economists of the twentieth century. Vol. II: Europe, Australasia and Asia. Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar. Pp. xxiii+441. ISBN 1858989604.

B1. CONTRIBUTIONS TO EDITED BOOKS

(2015). ‘The great depression in Europe’, in N. Doumanis (ed.) The Oxford handbook of European history, 1914-1945. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

(2014) ‘England’, in V. Barnett (ed.) The Routledge global history of economic thought. London: Routledge, forthcoming.

(2014) ‘Economic policy and management’, in R.C. Floud et al. (eds) Cambridge economic history of modern Britain, 2nd edn. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.

(2013) ‘Can contractionary fiscal policy be expansionary?: another look at the May Committee report and British fiscal policy in the 1930s’, in N.F.R. Crafts and P. Fearon (ed.^eds) The great depression of the 1930s: lessons for today. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 212-57.

(2013) ‘Brittan on Britain: the “trauma of the 1970s”‘, in L.A. Black and H. Pemberton (eds) Reassessing 1970s Britain. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 69-95.

(2004) ‘Economists and economic growth in Britain, c.1955-65’, in L.A. Black and H. Pemberton (eds) An affluent society?: Britain?s postwar ?golden age? revisited. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 129?47.

(2003) ‘Government and the economy, 1860?1939’, in R.C. Floud and P.A. Johnson (eds) The Cambridge economic history of modern Britain, vol. II: Economic maturity, 1860?1939. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 456?89.

(2002) ‘Struggling with the impossible: sterling, the balance of payments and British economic policy, 1949-72’, in A. Arnon and W.L. Young (eds) The open economy macromodel: past, present and future. Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Press, pp. 103?54. pdf file of (much longer) conference version.

(2000) ‘Introducing exemplary economists’, in R.E. Backhouse and R. Middleton (eds) Exemplary economists: introducing economists of the twentieth century. Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, vols I and II, pp. vii-xxi.

(1996) ‘The size and scope of the public sector’, in S.J.D. Green and R.C. Whiting (eds) The boundaries of the state in modern Britain. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 89?145.

(1992) ‘The economic role of the state in interwar Britain’, in S. Groenveld and M.J. Wintle (eds) State and trade: government and economy in Britain and the Netherlands since the middle ages. Zutphen: Walburg Pers, pp. 125?51.

(1989) ‘The rise and fall of the managed economy’, in A. Digby and C.H. Feinstein (eds) New directions in economic and social history. London: Macmillan, pp. 89?101. [Reprinted with additions from ReFRESH (1987)]

(1989) ‘Keynes?s legacy for postwar economic management’, in A. Gorst, L. Johnman and W.L. Scott (eds) Postwar Britain, 1945?64: themes and perspectives. London: Pinter Press, pp. 22?42.

(1988) ‘The size of the public sector’, in A.C. Darnell and J.L. Evans (eds) Contemporary economics. Oxford: Philip Allan, pp. 103?17.

(1987) ‘Treasury policy on unemployment’, in S. Glynn and A.E. Booth (eds) The road to full employment. London: Allen & Unwin, pp. 109?24.

(1985) ‘Unemployment in the north east during the interwar period’, in R.A. Chapman (ed.) Public policy studies: the north east of England. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 20?43.

B2. CONTRIBUTIONS TO ATLASES, DICTIONARIES AND ENCYCLOPAEDIAS

(2015) Entry for ‘Ralph Turvey’ in The Oxford dictionary of national biography, online edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

(2014) Entry for ‘Wynne Godley’ in The Oxford dictionary of national biography, online edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

(2013) Entry for ‘Sir Bryan Hopkin’ in The Oxford dictionary of national biography, online edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

(2010) ‘The Laffer curve’, in M. Blaug and P. J. Lloyd (eds) Famous figures and diagrams in economics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 412-18.

(2009) Entry for ‘Royal Economic Society’, in S. Durlauf and L. Blume (eds)?The New Palgrave dictionary of economics, 2nd edn. London: Palgrave, forthcoming.

(2008) Entry for ‘Laissez-faire’ in P.N. Stearns (ed.)?The Oxford encyclopedia of the modern world. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

(2008) Entry for ‘Michio Morishima’ in The Oxford dictionary of national biography, online edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

(2006) Entry for ?Sir Charles Carter? in The Oxford dictionary of national biography, online edn. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [article 77032].

(2004) Entries for ?Sir Henry Clay?, ?Henry Higgs?, ?Sir Bernard Gilbert?, ?Sir Richard Valentine Nind Hopkins?, ?Sir F.W. Leith-Ross? and ?Sir George Paish?, in H.C.G. Matthew and B. Harrison (ed.)?The Oxford dictionary of national biography. Oxford: Oxford University Press, vols 11, 963?5; 22, 170; 27, 77?8; 28, 64?6; 42, 417?18; 47, 809?10. [online edn, respectively articles 32438, 68854, 56340, 33979, 66759, 34489].

(2004) Entries for ?Henry Clay?, ?Henry Higgs?, ?Hilary Marquand?; ?Andrew Shonfield?; and ?Josiah Stamp? in D. Rutherford (ed.)?Biographical dictionary of British economists. Bristol: Thoemmes Continuum, I, 231?4, 525?6; II, 737?9, 1102?4, 1152?6.

(2002) ‘Robert Solow’ in H. Vane and B. Snowdon (eds)?An encyclopaedia of macroeconomics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 663?8.

(2002) ‘Inflation’, ‘Prevention of Unemployment Bill, 1926’, ‘Public expenditure’, ‘Public sector borrowing requirement’ and ‘Special Areas Act, 1936’ in J. Ramsden (ed.)?The Oxford companion to twentieth-century British politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 329?30, 529?30, 539?40, 542?3, 617?18.

(2001) ‘Deindustrializaton’, in S. Hall and J. Haywood (eds)?The Penguin atlas of British and Irish history. Harmondsworth: Penguin, pp. 272?5.

(1992) ‘The Macmillan committee’, in P. Newman, M. Milgate and J. Eatwell (eds)?The new Palgrave dictionary of money and finance. London: Macmillan, vol. II, pp. 627?8.

C1. ARTICLES
(2012) ‘Historical statistics and British economic history: the British Historical Statistics Project (BHSP)’, Historical Methods, 45 (3), pp. 103-18.

(2011) ‘Brittan on Britain: “The economic contradictions of democracy” redux’, Historical Journal, 54 (4), pp. 1141-68.

(2011) ‘Macroeconomic policy in Britain between the wars’, Economic History Review, 64.V1, pp. 1-31.

(2010) ‘British monetary and fiscal policy in the 1930s’, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, 26 (3), pp. 414-41.

(1991) [with P. Wardley] ‘From the wings to centre stage: the role of IT in a resurgent economic history’, Computer Applications in Business and the Social Sciences, 2 (2), pp. 1-18.

(1990) [with P. Wardley] ‘Information technology in economic and social history: the computer as philosopher?s stone or Pandora?s box?’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 43 (4), pp. 669-98.

(1990) ‘Keynesianism’, Modern History Review, 1 (4), pp. 19-20.

(1989) ‘Britain in the 1930s: a managed economy? A comment’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 42 (4), pp. 544-7.

(1989) ‘Computer techniques and economic theory in historical analysis’, History and Computing, 1 (1), pp. 19-37.

(1987) ‘The rise and fall of the managed economy’, ReFRESH, 5 (Autumn), pp. 5-8.

(1984) ‘The measurement of fiscal influence in Britain in the 1930s’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 37 (1), pp. 101-6.

(1983) ‘The Treasury and public investment: a perspective on interwar economic management’, Public Administration, 61 (4), pp. 351-70.

(1982) ‘The Treasury in the 1930s: political and administrative constraints to acceptance of the “new” economics’, Oxford Economic Papers, n.s. 34 (1), pp. 48-77.

(1981) ‘The constant employment budget balance and British budgetary policy, 1929-39’, Economic History Review, 2nd ser. 34 (2), pp. 266-86.

C2. MAJOR REVIEW ARTICLES
(2006) ?The political economy of decline? [review of G.K. Fry, The politics of decline (2005); T. Geiger, Britain and the economic problem of the cold war (2004); and K. Hickson, The IMF crisis of 1976 and British politics (2005); R.C. Michie and P. Williamson, eds., The British government and the city of London in the twentieth century (2004); and N. Woodward, The management of the British economy, 1945-2001 (2004);], Journal of Contemporary History, 41 (3), pp. 573?86.

(2004) ?W(h)ither economic history? or economic history is what economic historians do: a review of the Oxford encyclopedia of economic history?, Business History, 46 (3), pp. 461?73.

(2002) ?Review of [post-1850] periodical literature published in 2000?, Economic History Review, 55 (1), pp. 165?85.

(2001) ?Review of [post-1850] periodical literature published in 1999?, Economic History Review, 54 (1), pp. 154?74.

(2000) ?Review of [post-1850] periodical literature published in 1998?, Economic History Review, 53 (1), pp. 163?75.

(1995) ?Annual review of information technology developments for economic and social historians, 1994?, Economic History Review, 48 (2), pp. 370?395.

(1994) [with P. Wardley] ?Annual review of information technology developments for economic and social historians, 1993?, Economic History Review, 47 (2), pp. 374?407.

(1993) [with D. Dunn and P. Wardley] ?Annual review of information technology developments for economic and social historians, 1992?, Economic History Review, 46 (2), pp. 379?409.

(1992) [with J. Colson and P. Wardley] ?Annual review of information technology developments for economic and social historians, 1991?, Economic History Review, 45 (2), pp. 378?412.

(1991) [with P. Wardley] ?Annual review of information technology developments for economic and social historians, 1990?, Economic History Review, 44 (2), pp. 343?72.

D. OTHER
(1994) ?Machine-readable list of contents of the Economic History Review, 1927?93?, ver. 1.1. Published for the Economic History Society as data disk, author list and chronological list of articles. Access to this dataset is now available via the Economic History Society?s homepage.

E. BOOK REVIEWS
Forthcoming

Wood, G.E. et al. (eds) Monetary and banking history: essays in honour of Forrest Capie. London: Routledge, [Economic History Review, 65 (2), forthcoming]

Cook, T. and O’Hara, G., (eds) (2011) Statistics and the public sphere: numbers and the people in modern Britain, c.1800-2000. London: Routledge. [Business History, 53, forthcoming]

Capie, F.H. (2010) The Bank of England, 1950s to 1979. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Business History, 53, forthcoming]

Moggridge, D.E. (ed.) (2010) Keynes on the wireless. London: Palgrave. [Economic History Review, 64 (4), forthcoming].

2011
Fourcade, M. (2009) Economists and societies: discipline and profession in the United States, Britain and France, 1890s to 1990s. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. [Economic History Review, 64 (1), pp. 349?50].

2010
Vinen, R. (2009) Thatcher’s Britain: the politics and social upheaval of the Thatcher era. London: Simon & Schuster. [Twentieth Century British History, 21 (1), pp. 121?3].

Flinders, M., et al. (eds) (2009) The Oxford handbook of British politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Twentieth Century British History, 25 (4), pp. 567?70].

2009
Moggridge, D.E. (2008) Harry Johnson: a life in economics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Economic History Review, 62 (2), pp. 490?2].

O?Brien, D.P. (2007) History of economic thought as an intellectual discipline. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 31 (2), pp. 233?6].

2008
O?Hara, G. (2006) From dreams to disillusionment: economic and social planning in 1960s Britain. London: Palgrave Macmillan. [Business History, 50 (1), 99. 99?100].

Chick, M. (2007) Electricity and energy policy in Britain, France and the United States since 1945. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [Business History, 50 (3), pp. 410?11].

Green, E.H.H. and Tanner, D. (eds) (2007) The strange survival of liberal England: political leaders, moral values and the reception of economic debate. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Business History, 50 (5), pp. 669?71].

Turner, R.S. (2008) Neo-liberal ideology: history, concepts and policies. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. [Twentieth Century British History, 23 (4), pp. 549?51].

2007
Garnett, M. (2007) From anger to apathy: the British experience since 2005. London: Jonathan Cape. [?The eight deadly sins of modern democracy?, Times Higher Education Supplement, 1814, 5 October, p. 23].
Samuelson, P.A. and W.A. Barnett (eds) (2006) Inside the economist?s mind: conversations with eminent economists. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing. [Economic History Review, 60 (4), pp. 868?71].

2006
Maloney, J. (2005) The political economy of Robert Lowe. London: Palgrave. [Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 28 (3), pp. 504-7].

Green, E.H.H. (2005) Thatcher. London: Hodder Arnold. [‘The mother of New Labour’, Times Higher Education Supplement, 1758, 1 September, p. 29].

Addison, P. and Jones, H. (eds) (2005) A companion to contemporary Britain, 1939-2000. Oxford: Blackwell. [Business History, 48 (3), pp. 431-2].

Reisman, D. (2004) Schumpeter’s market: enterprise and evolution. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [Enterprise & Society, 7 (1), pp. 172-4].

Michie, R.C. and Williamson, P.A. (eds) (2004) The British government and the City of London in the twentieth century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Business History, 48 (1), pp. 131-2].

2005
Catterall, R.E. and Aldcroft, D.H. (eds) (2004) Exchange rate regimes and economic policy in the twentieth century. Aldershot: Ashgate. [Business History, 47 (4), pp. 615?16].

Szenberg, M. and Ramrattan, L. (eds) (2004) Reflections of eminent economists. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [Economic History Review, 58 (3), pp. 630?1].

Tomlinson, J.D. (2003) The Labour governments, 1964?1970. Vol. 3: Economic policy. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Business History, 47 (2), pp. 304?5].

Bernstein, G.L. (2004) The myth of decline: the rise of Britain since 1945. London: Pimlico. [‘Not down, and far from out’, Times Higher Education Supplement, 1675, 21 January, p. 25].

2004
Card, D., Blundell, R. and Freeman, R.B. (eds) (2004) Seeking a premier economy: the economic effects of British economic reforms, 1980?2000. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. [Economic History Review, 57 (4), pp. 790?2].

Leeson, R. (2003) Ideology and the international economy: the decline and fall of Bretton Woods. London: Palgrave. [Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 26 (3), pp. 418?20].

Agar, J. (2004) The government machine: a revolutionary history of the computer. Boston, MA: MIT Press. [EH.NET, Economic History Services, 10 September].

David, P.A. and Thomas, M. (eds) (2003) The economic future in historical perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Economic History Review, 57 (1), pp. 239?41].

Blyth, N. (2002) Great transformations: economic ideas and institutional change in the twentieth century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Enterprise & Society, 5 (1), pp. 128?30].

2003
Parker, R.E. (ed.) (2002) Reflections on the great depression. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [History of Political Economy, 35 (4), pp.789?91].

Feinstein, C.H. and Thomas, M. (2002) Making history count: a primer in quantitative methods for historians. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [‘See whose days are numbered’, Times Higher Education Supplement, 1618, 5 December, pp. 32?3].

King, J.E. (2002) A history of post Keynesian economics since 1936. Cheltenham and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar. [Australian Economic History Review, 43 (3), pp. 317?19].

Winch, D.N. and O?Brien, P.K. (eds) (2002) The political economy of British historical experience, 1688?1914. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Business History, 45 (4), pp. 122?3].

Ravenhill, J. (2002) APEC and the construction of Pacific rim regionalism. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Enterprise & Society, 4 (1), pp. 139?41].

Birner, J., Garrouste, P. and Aimar, T. (eds) (2002) F.A. Hayek as a political economist: economic analysis and values. London: Routledge. [Economic History Review, 56 (1), p. 213].

Thompson, N. (2002) Left in the wilderness: the political economy of British democratic socialism since 1979. Chesham: Acumen. [Economic History Review, 56 (1), pp. 192?3].

Grant, W. (2002) Economic policy in Britain. London: Palgrave. [Political Studies Review, 1 (1), p. 75].

Kelly, S. (2002) The myth of Mr Butskell: the politics of British economic policy, 1950?55. Aldershot: Ashgate. [Business History, 45 (1), pp. 161?2].

Daunton, M.J. (2002) Just taxes: the politics of taxation in Britain, 1914?1979. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [‘The taxing task of tinkering’, Times Higher Education Supplement, 1573, 24 January, p. 34].

Tooze, J.A. (2001) Statistics and the German state, 1900?1945: the making of modern economic knowledge. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [History of European Ideas, 29 (1), pp. 107?8].

2002
Fry, G.K. (2001) The politics of crisis: an interpretation of British politics, 1931?1945. London: Palgrave. [Albion, 34 (4), pp. 700?1].

Bernstein, M.A. (2001) A perilous progress: economists and public purpose in twentieth-century America. Princeton: Princeton University Press. [Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 24 (4), pp. 497?9].

Roberts, R. (with C. Arnander) (2001) Take your partners: Orion, the consortium banks and the transformation of the Euromarkets. London: Palgrave. [Business History, 44 (3), pp. 139?41].

Holt, R. (2001) Second among equals: Chancellors of the Exchequer and the British economy. London: Profile Books. [Economic Journal, 112 (5), pp. F375?7].

Britton, A.J.C. (ed.) (2001) Monetary regimes of the twentieth century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Economic Journal, 112 (5), pp. F362?4].

Easterly, W. (2001) The elusive quest for growth: economists? adventures and misadventures in the tropics. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. [Enterprise & Society, 3 (1), pp. 189?90].

2001
Blaug, M. (ed.) (1999) Who?s who in economics, 3rd edn. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [Journal of the History of Economic Thought, 23 (4), pp.546?9].

Booth, A.E. (2001) The British economy in the twentieth century. London: Palgrave. [EH.NET Economic History Services, 21 November]

Wormell, J. (2000) The management of the national debt of the United Kingdom, 1900?1932. London: Routledge. [Economic Journal, 111 (8), pp. F759?61]

Wrigley, C.J. (ed.) (2000) The First World War and the international economy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [Business History, 43 (4), p. 131]

Boettke, P.J., Farrant, A., Ransom, G. and Salgado, G. (eds) (1999) The legacy of Frederich von Hayek, 3 vols. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [Economic History Review, 54 (2), pp. 410?11]

Peden, G.C. (2000) The Treasury and British public policy, 1906?1959. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Business History, 43 (2), pp. 136?7]

Cairncross, A.K. (1998) Living with the century. Fife: iynx. [Economic Journal, 111 (2), pp. F122?3].

Coats, A.W. (ed.) (1999) The development of economics in western Europe since 1945. London: Routledge. [Economic History Review, 54 (1), pp. 201?2.]

Tabb, W.K. (1999) Reconstructing political economy: the great divide in economic thought. London: Routledge. [Economic History Review, 54 (1), pp. 212?13.]

2000
Lal, D. (1998) Unintended consequences: the impact of factor endowments, culture and politics on long-run economic performance. Cambridge, MA: MIT. [Economic History Review, 53 (4), pp. 850?2.]

Tanzi, V. and Schuknecht, L. (2000) Public spending in the 20th century: a global perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [EH.NET; Economic History Services, 16 October]

Heertje, A. (ed.) (1999) The makers of modern economics, Vol. IV. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.[Economic Journal; archived at Economic Journal: book notes]

Wilkins, M. and Schrvter, H. (eds) (1998) The free standing company in the world economy, 1830?1996. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Enterprise and Society, 1 (1), pp. 195?7].

Laidler, D.E.W. (1999) Fabricating the Keynesian revolution: studies of the interwar literature on money, the cycle and unemployment. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Economic History Review, 53 (2), pp. 405?6].

1999
Coats, A.W. (ed.) (1997) The post-1945 internationalization of economics. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. [Economic Journal, 109 (8), pp. F787?8].

Dow, J.C.R. (1998) Major recessions: Britain and the world, 1920?1995. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Business History 41 (4), pp. 127?8].

Makasheva, N., Samuels, W.J. and Barnett, V. (assisted by Reijnders, J., Solomou, S.N. and Tylecote, A.) (eds) (1998) The works of Nikolai D. Kondratiev, 4 vols. London: Pickering & Chatto. [Economic History Review, 52 (3), pp. 615?16 ].

Dick, T.G.O. (ed.) (1998) Business cycles since 1820: new international perspectives from historical evidence. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [Business History, 41 (3), pp. 197?8].

Pepper, G.T. (1998) Inside Thatcher?s monetarist revolution. London: Macmillan/IEA. [Economic Journal, 109 (2), pp. F240?242].

Rutherford, M. (ed.) (1998) The economic mind in America: essays in the history of American economics. London: Routledge. [Economic History Review, 52 (1), pp. 191?2].

1998
Dell, E. (1996) The Chancellors: a history of the Chancellors of the Exchequer, 1945?90. London: HarperCollins. [Economic Journal, 108 (1), pp. 233?4]

Eichengreen, B.J. (1996) Globalizing capital: a history of the international monetary system. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. [Business History, 40 (1), pp. 167?8]

Glasner, D. (ed.) (1997) Business cycles and depressions: an encyclopedia . New York: Garland Publishing. [Business History, 40 (2), pp. 157?8]

Crafts, N.F.R. (1997) Britain?s relative economic decline, 1870?1995. London: Social Market Foundation. [Economic History Review, 51 (2), pp. 408?9]

Oliver, M.J. (1997) Whatever happened to monetarism?: economic policy-making and social learning in the United Kingdom since 1979. Aldershot: Ashgate. [Economic History Review, 51 (2), pp. 415?16]

Chapman, R.A. (1997) The Treasury in public policy-making. London: Routledge. [Economic Journal, 108 (5), p. 1654.]

1997
Solomou, S.N. (1996) Themes in macroeconomic history: the UK economy, 1919?1939. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Business History, 39 (1), pp. 105?6]

Lewis, M.J. and Lloyd-Jones, R. (1996) Using computers in history: a practical guide. London: Routledge. [Business History, 39 (2), pp. 154?5]

Tomlinson, J.D. (1996) Democratic socialism and economic policy: the Attlee years, 1945?1951. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Economic History Review, 50 (3), pp. 574?5]

1996
Harvey, C.E. and Press, J. (1996) Databases in historical research: theory, methods and applications. London: Macmillan. [Business History, 38 (4), pp. 122?4]

1995
Hutchinson, T.P. (1993) Version 2 (history and archaeology) of essentials of statistical methods. Adelaide: Rumsby Scientific Publishing. [Journal of Educational Administration and History, 27 (1), p. 73]

Snooks, G.D. (ed.) (1993) Historical analysis in economics. London: Routledge. [Economic History Review, 48 (1), pp. 211?12]

Capie, F.H. (1994) Tariffs and growth: some illustrations from the world economy, 1850?1940. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Business History, 37 (1), pp. 159?60]

Foreman-Peck, J.S. (1995) A history of the world economy: international economic relations since 1850, 2nd edn. London: Harvester Wheatsheaf. [Business History, 37 (4), pp. 150?1]

Foreman-Peck, J.S. and Millward, R. (1994) Public and private ownership of British industry, 1820?1990. Oxford: Clarendon Press. [Continuity and Change, 10 (3), pp. 444?5]

Church, R.A. (1994) The rise and decline of the British motor industry from 1896 to the 1990s. London: Macmillan. [Continuity and Change, 10 (3), pp. 455?7]

1994
Tylecote, A. (1992) The long wave in the world economy: the current crisis in historical perspective. London: Routledge. [Economic History Review, 47 (1), p. 210]

Garside, W.R. (ed.) (1993) Capitalism in crisis: international responses to the great depression. London: Pinter Publishers. [Business History, 36 (2), pp. 128?9]

Eichengreen, B.J. (1990) Elusive stability: essays in the history of international finance, 1919?1939. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Business History, 36 (3), pp. 141?2]

Bordo, M.D. and Eichengreen, B.J., (eds) A retrospective on the Bretton Woods system: lessons for international monetary reform. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. [Economic History Review, 47 (3), pp. 634?5]

Kadish, A. and Tribe, K. (eds.) (1993) The market for political economy: the advent of economics in British university culture, 1850?1905. London: Routledge. [Economic History Review, 47 (4), pp. 821?2]

1993
Foreman-Peck, J. (1991) New perspectives on the late Victorian economy: essays in quantitative economic history. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Economic History Review, 46 (1), pp. 199?200]

Cairncross, F. and Cairncross, A. (eds) (1992) The legacy of the golden age: the 1960s and their economic consequences. London: Routledge. [Business History, 35 (2), pp. 116?17]

Eichengreen, B.J. (1992) Golden fetters: the gold standard and the great depression 1919?1939. Oxford: Oxford University Press. [Business History, 35 (3), pp. 138?9]

Jones, G. and Kirby, M.W. (eds) (1991) Competitiveness and the state: government and business in twentieth-century Britain. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Business History Review, 66 (2), pp. 411?13]

1992
Kitson, M. and Solomou, S. (1990) Protectionism and economic revival: the British interwar economy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Business History, 34 (1), pp. 209?10]

Crafts, N.F.R., Dimsdale, N.H. and Engerman, S. (eds) (1991) Quantitative economic history. Oxford: Clarendon Press. [Business History, 34 (4), pp. 129?30]

1991
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