Welcome to the LSE Economic History Blog
The LSE Economic History Blog provides an accessible introduction to the cutting-edge work and teaching taking place at the London School of Economics and Political Science and the achievements of our students, faculty and alumni.
Our blog posts are written by students, faculty, visitors and alumni and explore the wide range of economic history for which LSE is known. We will also occasionally re-post appropriate articles from other blogs.
Editor in Chief
Professor Patrick Wallis
Zane Jennings, Xizi Luo, Charles Udale
Professor Sara Horrell, Professor Christopher Minns, Tracy Keefe
Terms & Conditions
Unless otherwise specified, all LSE Economic History Blog posts are published under a Creative Commons licence (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0). This means that you are free to republish them unmodified and properly attributed, with a link to the original article. Please take care with imagery, however, as items may occasionally remain under copyright.
This blog welcomes feedback and comments in accordance with certain guidelines.
The views expressed on LSE Economic History Blog are those of the authors alone. They do not reflect the position of the Economic History Department, nor that of the London School of Economics and Political Science.
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