Exploring Economic and Financial History
History repeats itself, and many would argue that the aftermath of the Great Recession has shown economists how important it is to understand past patterns. Arguably, research on economic history has become more vital than ever to the wider discipline.
Read original opinion pieces from our authors exploring economic history.
Selected Free to Access Content
Free to read until June 17.
- The Way We Were: Reflections on the Comparative History of Comparative Economics
- Comparative Economics in Historical Perspective
- The Military Origins of Soviet Industrialization
- The Evolution of the Federal Reserve Swap Lines since 1962
- IMF Lending and Banking Crises
- The Evolving Architecture of Europe: Functioning or Dysfunctional for the Twenty-First Century?
- Forces engendering the long-term economic outlook
- Is Predicting Recessions Enough?
- Crises and the Great Recession
Welfare reform, 1834: Did the New Poor Law in England produce significant economic gains?
The long-term evolution of economic history: evidence from the top five field journals (1927–2017)
Medical education reforms and the origins of the rural physician shortage