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New Approaches to Economic and Social History is an important new textbook series which provides concise but authoritative surveys of major themes and issues in world economic and social history from the post-Roman recovery to the present day. Books in the series are by recognised authorities operating at the cutting edge of their field with an ability to write clearly and succinctly. The series consist principally of single-author works - academically rigorous and groundbreaking - which offer comprehensive, analytical guides at a length and level accessible to advanced school students and undergraduate historians and economists.

  • General Editors: Nigel Goose, University of Hertfordshire, Larry Neal, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign