Print ISSN: 1132-7200
Online ISSN: 2385-3247

About the Journal

RHI-IHR nubmer 1 (1992)

Revista de Historia Industrial – Industrial History Review (RHI-IHR) publishes research in economic history that investigates processes of industrialization, as well as the social, economic, institutional, environmental, and demographic transformations associated with them. This includes, among others, the evolution of incomes and living standards, education and human capital, political economy, inequality, trade, and money and banking. The journal welcomes full-length articles on all world regions, contributing to existing debates and drawing attention to new lines of research. The RHI-IHR promotes methodological diversity by encouraging submissions ranging from historical macroeconomic studies to business history, using qualitative as well as statistical and cliometric analyses.  The Revista de Historia Industrial – Industrial History Review publishes manuscripts in English and Spanish in three regular issues per year as well as special issues. The RHI-IHR also contributes to the field of economic history by providing a book-review section. The RHI-IHR is indexed in JCR-SSCI, CiteScore-Scopus and SJR-Scimago, among others.

The RHI-IHR addresses specialists in the field of economic history as well as scholars interested in economics and history more broadly, including graduate students and junior researchers. The journal also aims to spread information aimed at the wider public via its blog "The Great Spurt" and social media.



RHI-IHR Online Workshop "New Perspectives on African Economic History" Programme


The Revista de Historia Industrial-Industrial History Review would like to invite you to the “New perspectives on African Economic History” online workshop. The workshop is launched by the Revista de Historia Industrial–Industrial History Review (@rhi_ihr) and is organized by Kate Frederick, Dácil Juif and Felix Meier zu Selhausen. It will be held on June 28, 2023.

The aim of the workshop is to discuss current state of the art research in African economic history. In particular, the workshop brings together original contributions covering a broad geographical scope and including the topics of structural transformation, trade and investments, human capital development, living standards and inequality, colonial extraction and investment.

Please, click here for registration and fill in the form by Monday, June 26th, at the latest
(Once registered, we will send out the Zoom link to participate in the workshop the day before it takes place)

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Current Issue

Vol. 32 No. 88 (2023)
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Quantitative Business History
Veronica Binda (Bocconi University) and Anna Spadavecchia (University of Strathclyde). Guest Editors

Published: 2023-07-14
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