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Business History Review
  • ISSN: 0007-6805 (Print), 2044-768X (Online)
  • Frequency: 4 issues per year

Founded in 1926, Business History Review is a top-tier refereed journal that publishes scholarly research articles, review essays, book reviews, and research notes. The journal prizes primary research, comparative perspectives, and rigorous historical analysis. The journal addresses major topics in business history around the world and frequently publishes articles on entrepreneurs, firms, and business systems, innovation, globalization, regulation, and labor. Recent special issues have included "Business, Capitalism, and Slavery," "Governing Global Capitalism," "Standards and the Global Economy," "The Entertainment Industry," and "Italy and the Origins of Capitalism."

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