This is a considerably extended version of my review of the 2006 periodical literature on the economic and social history of the post-1945 years for the Economic History Review. In it I discuss 146 articles found in more than 70 of the 174 journals inspected. Indeed I am struck by not just by the the enormous amount of writing on contemporary history but by the fact that much of it is being published in journals not normally read by contemporary historians (about 40 per cent of the articles discussed here are from journals outside the discipline, broadly defined).
|Translated title of the contribution||Review of the 2006 periodical literature related to the period since 1945 and relevant to the study of British economic and social history|
|Publication status||Published - 16 Aug 2007|