Since its launch in 1993, the Financial History Review Bibliography has been an authoritative guide to works published in the field of Financial History. The European Association for Banking and Financial History (EABH e.V.) and Cambridge Journals are delighted to announce that an online consolidated version of the printed bibliography is now available and brings together in a searchable database, every record collected since 2000.

Further collaborations are underway to digitise additional records dating back to the first appearance of the bibliography in the Financial History Review, producing a rich interactive resource, crucial to the research of scholars interested in the study of financial issues through time.

Benefits of the FHR Online Bibliography include:
Comprehensive scope – includes every item published in the printed version of the FHR Bibliography since 2000
Global coverage
Published material from across the world is included in the database, and the Bibliography is intended to cover the financial history of all continents, regions and countries
Wide-ranging sources
Including entries from journal or periodical articles, books and pamphlets, book chapters and (more latterly) digital resources
Flexible searching
Using either a ‘quick search’ facility or the more detailed ‘full search’ via a Boolean search query

Free Trial Access
With its international scope and broad source coverage, it is destined to become an indispensable resource for all those interested in financial history. Access to this database is an automatic benefit available to all online subscribers to the Financial History Review. However, you can access the bibliography today for a free limited trial period of 15 days. We encourage you to have a play with it today!

Biblio screen shot Sept 13

 

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