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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Fernando Fuentes García, Javier Cabeza-Ramírez, Sandra Sánchez-Cañizares, Longevity in the family business: the Alvear case (1729-1906), pp. 13-51.

Hugo Pereira, The Ambaca railway in Angola: history of a failed public-private partnership (1885-1914 and briefly onwards), pp. 53-91

Carmen Hernandez Nicolas, Susana Martínez Rodríguez, Preserving the inheritance, rocking the future. Widows in business at the change of the century (1886-1919), pp. 93-117.

Miguel López Morell, Miguel Pérez de Perceval Verde, From old mining to new mining: the introduction of differential flotation in Spanish mines and its environmental impact, pp. 119-148.

Joaquim Alvarado Costa, Structural changes, migrations and labour mobility in the Catalan cork sector in the early 20th century, pp. 149-176.



"Walter Scheidel, The great leveller. Violence and the history of inequality from the stone-age to the twenty-first century, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2017, 536 pp.", by Beatriz Rodríguez-Satizabal, pp. 179-180.

"George R. Boyer, The winding road to the welfare state. Economic insecurity & social welfare policy in Britain, Princeton and Woodstock, Princeton University Press, 2019, 384 pp.", by Sergio Espuelas, pp. 181-183.

"David Pretel and Lino Camprubí (eds.), Technology and globalisation: Networks of experts in world history, Londres, Palgrave- Macmillan, 2018, XV, 394 pp.", by María del Mar Cebrián, pp. 185-188.

"Claudio Belini, Historia de la industria en la Argentina. De la independencia a la crisis de 2001, Buenos Aires, Sudamericana, 2017, 496 pp.", by Norma Silvana Lanciotti, pp. 189-191.

"Margarita Vilar Rodríguez y Jerònia Pons Pons (eds.), Un siglo de hospitales entre lo público y lo privado (1886-1986), Madrid, Marcial Pons Historia, 2018, 453 pp.", by Fernando Largo Jiménez, pp. 193-195.

"Joseba de la Torre y Mar Rubio (eds.), The economic history of nuclear energy in Spain. Governance, business and finance, Londres, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, xxix, 296 pp.", by Ana Romero de Pablos, pp. 197-199.

"Luis Enrique Otero Carvajal, Santiago de Miguel Salanova (eds.), La escuela y la despensa. Indicadores de modernidad. España, 1900-1936, Madrid, Catarata, 2018, 279 pp.", by Begoña Villanueva García, pp. 201-203.

La RHI en JCR 2018

En la edición 2018 de JCR, la Revista de Historia Industrial ha conseguido un factor de impacto de 0.617, situandose en el 2º cuartil de las categorías History y History of Social Sciences.

RHI en JCR 2015

La Revista de Historia Industrial obtiene un factor de impacto de 0,212 en el Journal Citation Reports 2015.

Renovado el Sello de Calidad de FECYT

La Revista de Historia Industrial ha superado la convocatoria de renovación del Sello de Calidad que la Fundación Española para la Ciencia y la Tecnología (FECYT) ha llevado a cabo durante 2016, t [ ... ]

RHI en JCR 2014

La Revista de Historia Industrial en el Journal of Citation Reports (JCR) Edition 2014
  La Revista de Historia Industrial obtiene un factor de impacto de 0,290 en el Journal Citation Reports y [ ... ]

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