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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ARTICULOS

RICARDO FRANCH BENAVENT, DANIEL MUÑOZ NAVARRO, LUIS ROSADO CALATAYUD, La reproducción de los maestros y la transformación de las condiciones sociales de los miembros del Colegio del Arte Mayor de la Seda de Valencia en el siglo XVIII, pp..15-49.

ENRIC GARCÍA DOMINGO, La mecanización en la marina mercante española los marineros ante el cambio tecnológico, 1870-1914, pp. 51-82.

SERGIO GONZÁLEZ MIRANDA, RENATO CALDERÓN GAJARDO, PABLO ARTAZA BARRIOS, El fin del ciclo de expansión del salitre en Chile: la inflexión de 1919 como crisis estructural, pp. 83-110.

ISABEL SANZ VILLARROYA, JAIME SANÁU, Producción eléctrica y crecimiento español. Una perspectiva a largo plazo, pp. 111-150.

IVAN PARIS, Product diversification in a survival family firm: the case of Fabbrica d’Armi Pietro Beretta (1946-1996), pp. 151-180.

PALOMA FERNÁNDEZ PÉREZ, El triunfo del acero inoxidable en España. Los orígenes históricos de Acerinox (1970-1981), pp. 181-215.


RESEÑAS

Àlex SÁNCHEZ (coord.), La indústria de les indianes a Barcelona, 1730-1850, Barcelona Quaderns d’Història 17, Ajuntament de Barcelona, 2012., por Àngels Solà Parera, pp. 219-224.

Harold JAMES, Peter BORSCHEID, David GUGERLI y Tobias Straumann, The Value of Risk. Swiss Re and the History of Reinsurance, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2013, xiv + 432 pp., por Pablo Gutiérrez González, pp. 225-227.

Paul CARUANA GALIZIA, Mediterranean Labor Markets in the First Age of Globalization. An Economic History of Real Wages and Market Integration, Palgrave Macmillan, Londres, 2015, 197 pp., por Javier Silvestre, pp. 229-231.

Nicolas COUPAIN, Kenneth BERTRAMS and Ernst HOMBURG, Solvay:History of a Multinational Family Firm, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013, 630 pp., por Maria Elvira Callapez, Vanessa Silva, pp. 233-237.

Thomas DAVID y Gerarda WESTERHUIS (eds.), The Power of Corporate Networks: a Comparative and Historical Perspective, Routledge International Studies in Business History, Nueva York, 2014, 349 pp., por Jósean Garrués Irurzun, pp. 239-243.

Volker R. BERGHAHN, American Big Business in Britain and Germany. A Comparative History of two «special relationships» in the 20th Century, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 2014, 392 pp., por Veronica Binda, pp. 245-247.

RHI en JCR 2015
29/06/2016

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
17/05/2016

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RHI en JCR 2014
10/09/2015

La Revista de Historia Industrial en el Journal of Citation Reports (JCR) Edition 2014
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08/07/2014

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