Revista Historia Industrial

Fundada en 1992 por Jordi Nadal

Revista de Historia Industrial is a scientific journal edited by the Department of Economic History and Institutions of the University of Barcelona, and publishes three issues a year (within the first two weeks of March, July and November). Its field of interest is determined by the speciality that gives its name, although its open to other themes or subject matters related to economic and business history. Furthermore , it attends to any chronology or territory, paying a special attention to Spain, the rest of Mediterranean countries and Latin America during the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. The journal is also abided to the pairs revision system, and appears in the social sciences publications index and in Thompson_Reuters (ISI) since 2009.

Lengthways of twenty years of existence it has become a Spanish discipline´s reference and a meeting point for European and Latin American investigators interested in Business and Industrial Activities history. The edition of monographs (four titles up to now) and the celebration of international biannual meetings determine the Journal´s intellectual proposals.

With its new web page, La Revista de Historia Industrial pretends to increase and widen the intellectual relation that is periodically kept between suscriptors and readers. RHI becomes from now on , a permanent vehicle of communication between investigators and everyone interested in the study of Industrial and Business history. For this purpose, there´s a permanently updated whole information guide at your disposal including classic texts, database, statistics , graphics(figures) and audiovisual tools, latest publications reviews, current issues , events listing and all kind of information that could be relevant or interesting in order to enrich the knowledge that the journal is focused on(field of interest).


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JOSÉ M. MENUDO, Jean-Baptiste Say on Decadence and Industrial Progress in Spain, pp. 13-38.

LUISA MUÑOZ ABELEDO, SALOMÉ TABOADA MELLA, ROSA VERDUGO MATÉS, Determinants of Female Labour Force Participation Rate by the middle of the nineteenth century in Galicia, pp. 39-80.

ISABEL BARTOLOMÉ, NORMA LANCIOTTI, Electrification in Late Industrialized Countries: Argentina and Spain, 1890-1950, pp. 81-114.

ENRIQUE MONTAÑÉS PRIMICIA, Industry and Labour Conflicts in Spain. The Textile Industry, 1914-1923, pp. 115-145.

ANA MORENO GARRIDO, CARMELO PELLEJERO MARTÍNEZ, The State-owned Tourist Establishments Network (1928-1977), need for hotels or tourism policy?, pp. 147-178.

CAROLINA BELTRÁN ANDREU, CARLES MANERA ERBINA, The Minorcan Way of Growth: The End of an Economic Model (1960-2010), pp. 179-205.


John R. McNeill y Alan Roe (eds.), Global Environmental History. An Introductory Reader, Abingdon, Oxon, Routledge,2013, xxvi y 449 pp., by Ricard Soto, pp. 209-2015.

Anthony Slaven, British Shipbuilding, 1500-2010, Lancaster, Crucible Books, 2013, 305 pp., by Jesús M. Valdaliso Gago, pp. 217-219.

Alessandro Stanziani, Rules of Exchange: French Capitalism in Comparative Perspective, Eighteenth to Early Twentieth Centuries, Nueva York, Cambridge University Press, 2012, ix + 313 pp., by Rafael Castro Balaguer, pp. 221-222.

Nigel Goose y Katryna Honeyman (eds.), Childhood and Child Labour in Industrial England. Diversity and Agency, 1750-1914, Surrey, Ashgate, 2013, 358 pp., by Martín Iturralde Valls,pp. 223-225.

Aashish Velkar, Markets and Measurements in Nineteenth-Century Britain, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2012, 227 pp., by Santiago de Luxán Meléndez, pp. 227-230.

Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt (ed.), The Coal Nation. Histories, Ecologies and Politics of Coal in India, Farnham (Surrey), Ashgate,2014, 318 pp., by Carmen Marchán Sanz, pp. 231-232.

Xabier Barr utia Etxebarr ia, Altos Hornos de Vizcaya. Análisis crítico del cierre y testimonios vitales, Bilbao, Universidad del País Vasco, 2013, 293 pp., by Carlos Larrinaga, pp. 233-235.

Carles Manera, The Great Recession (A Subversive View), Brighton, Sussex Academic Press/Catalan Observatory, 2013, 140 pp., by Eloi Serrano Robles, pp. 237-239.

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