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Financial History Review
  • ISSN: 0968-5650 (Print), 1474-0052 (Online)
  • Frequency: 3 issues per year
Published for The European Association for Banking and Financial History. Established in 1994, Financial History Review has earned a solid international reputation as an academic journal committed to research of high scholarly standards. The Review deliberately seeks to embrace a broad approach to financial, banking and monetary history, which appeals to a wide audience of historians, economists and practitioners. We welcome different perspectives including analytical narratives, theoretically-inspired research, advanced empirical analysis, and the interrelations between history, finance, policy, culture and society. FHR publishes research articles dealing with any historical period and country or regional area. The Review, through its section "The Past Mirror", is also an assiduous advocate of the relevance of history for a proper understanding of present financial and monetary developments.

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Digital archives

Digital archives are available for this journal, providing instant online access to a repository of high-quality digitised historical content. For more information, please see the Cambridge journals digital archive.


Financial History Review Digital Archive

The FHR Digital Archive is a repository of every single article published in the journal between 1994 and 1999. It houses over 1,400 pages of content, reproduced as high-resolution, searchable PDFs. The Archive marks the complete digitisation of Financial History Review, with all material available through Cambridge Core.

The archive contains approximately 170 articles from the journal's first 6 volumes - 12 issues in total.

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