Economic History of Developing Regions

2016 VOL 31 (1)

2016 VOL 31 (2-3)

Volume 29 (1) June 2014 Volume 29 (2) September 2014

2015 VOL 30 (1)

2015 VOL 30 (2)

Volume 29 (1) June 2014 Volume 29 (2) September 2014

2014 VOL 29 (1)

2014 VOL 29 (2)

Volume 29 (1) June 2014 Volume 29 (2) September 2014

2013 VOL 28 (1)

2013 VOL 28 (2)

Volume 28(1) June 2013 Volume 28(2) December 2013

2012 VOL 27 (SUPP)

2012 VOL 27 (1)

2012 VOL 27 (2)

Volume 27(Supp) March 2012 Volume 27 (1) – 2012 Volume 27 (2) – 2012

2011 Vol 26 (2)

2011 Vol 26 (Supp)

2011 Vol 26 (1)

Volume 26(1) June 2011 Volume 26 (Supplement 1) – 2011 Volume 26(1) June 2011

2010 Vol 25 (2)

2010 Vol 25 (1)

Volume 25(2) Desember 2010 Volume 25(1) June 2010

Aims and Scope

Economic History of Developing Regions promotes the study of economic change in the developing South, including Africa, Asia and Latin America.

It provides an innovative research forum that explores the influence of historical events on economic development beyond the industrialized North.

The journal accepts papers based on purely quantitative or qualitative methods, as well as any combination of the two. It seeks submissions with an economic history focus from disciplines such as general history, cliometrics, business history, labour history, financial history, development studies and others.

Important contact information

Editors: Economic History of Developing regions

Leigh Gardner | Johan Fourie | ehdr.editor@gmail.com

For more information on submissions, please click here.

Institutional member subscriptions (sub-Saharan Africa)

NISC | journals@nisc.co.za | +27 (0)46 6229698

Institutional member subscriptions (Rest of World)

Gillian Mundy – Taylor & Francis | Gillian.Mundy@tandf.co.uk

Individual subscriptions

The Secretary, EHSSA | ehssa@sun.ac.za

Index of the South African Journal of Economic History (published between
1986 and 2009)

> View the previous issues (Vol 11- 24) on Taylor & Francis Online

  • Volume 24 2009
    Issue 2 Special Issue: Banking History | Issue 1
  • Volume 23 2008 Issue 1-2
  • Volume 22 2007 Issue 1-2
  • Volume 21 2006 Issue 1-2
  • Volume 20 2005
    Issue 2 | Issue 1
  • Volume 19 2004 Issue 1-2
  • Volume 18 2003
    Issue 1-2 Special Issue: The South African Economy in the 1990s
  • Volume 17 2002 Issue 1-2
  • Volume 16 2001 Issue 1-2
  • Volume 15 2000 Issue 1-2
  • Volume 14 1999
    Issue 1-2 Special Issue: The South African Economy in the 1970s
  • Volume 13 1998 Issue 1-2
  • Volume 12 1997 Issue 1-2
  • Volume 11 1996
    Issue 2 Special Issue: Business Imperialism in South Africa | Issue 1