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Spreading Clio: a quantitative analysis of the first 25 years of the European Review of Economic History

Plague in seventeenth-century Europe and the decline of Italy: an epidemiological hypothesis

Martina Cioni, Giovanni Federico and Michelangelo Vasta ()

European Review of Economic History, 2021, vol. 25, issue 4, 618-644

Abstract: This paper traces the history of the first 25 years of the European Economic History Review (EREH) comparing its initial agenda with its actual publication record and measuring its success with citation data. We rely on a database of all articles published in the EREH and in the four other top field journals from 1997 to 2020. The EREH has been a great success becoming, as planned at its establishment, the main outlet for continental European scholars and expanding somewhat its remit. Nonetheless, EREH needs to do an extra mile to fill the remaining gap with the more established field journals.

Date: 2021
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