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.
A Note from the Editor
Laura Pacey, Senior Commissioning Editor for Palgrave Macmillan's scholarly Economics list, writes about what she finds exciting about commissioning in economic history.
Read original opinion pieces from our authors exploring economic history.
Read selected chapters from our titles.
Palgrave are proud to publish a range of series exploring economic and financial history. Click on the links below to find out more.
Featured Articles from Palgrave Journals
- A Model of Institutional Complementarities in Ancient China
- French Colonial Trade Patterns and European Settlements
- Economy of Ragusa, 1300–1800: The Tiger of Medieval Mediterranean
- Early US Struggles with Fiscal Federalism: Lessons for Europe?
- The Way We Were: Reflections on the Comparative History of Comparative Economics
- Group Analytics in Adam Smith’s Work