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Virtual Issue – Economic History

Economics permeates global history. From the development of commercial trade routes in the Bronze Age to the effects of language prohibition during World War I, the historical research featured here offers important insight into how economics has changed and developed over time.

This online collection collates key research in the field of economic history, available for you to browse for free, wherever you are. Develop your knowledge of the social, political, and cultural context of economics, with a selection of books, journal articles, and online research from Oxford University Press’ renowned publishing programme. The collection has been made free to access until the end of 2019.