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About the Journal
First published in 1976, annually since 1983, and currently in its 38th year of publication, Essays in Economic & Business History now operates as an on-line open access journal. Articles for the journal are selected by double blind review process. EEBH provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. In this same spirit, accepted articles awaiting the next print issue are made available on-line as soon as the editorial process is completed.
EEBH is listed by Cabell’s International directory, the Directory of Open Access Journals, the AEA’s EconLit, EBSCO’s Historical Abstracts, and entered the UK’s Chartered Association of Business Schools’ Academic Journal Guide as a ‘2’ in 2018 and the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List 2019 as a 'B'.
James H. Soltow, 1976–1983 (volumes 1 and 2)
Edwin J. Perkins, 1984–1993 (volumes 3–12)
William R. Childs, 1994–1998 (volumes 13–17)
Michael V. Namorato, 1999-2003 (volumes 18–22)
David O. Whitten, 2004–2006 (volumes 22–24)
Lynne Pierson Doti, 2007–2009 (volumes 25–27)
Janice M. Traflet, 2010-2012 (volumes 28-30)
Jason E. Taylor, 2013 - 2018 (volumes 31-36)
While Economic History and Business History are two distinct disciplines, their similarities are stronger than their differences. Since 1975 the Economic & Business History Society has brought scholars from these two fields together through its annual meetings and through the society’s journal, Essays in Economic & Business History. EEBH aims to publish high-quality research from all areas of economic and business history, including articles in related disciplines such as financial, labor, management, organizational, and social history. We welcome both empirical and non-empirical research, as well as pieces that, despite their high level of scholarship, may not fit nicely into the usual boxes valued by other outlets in economic or business history. We welcome submissions from scholars at all career stages.
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- Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website) prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of published work.
Essays does not collect any article processing (APCs) or submission charges.
Submissions to the journal are subject to a 'double-blind' review process: the journal sends papers out to multiple reviewers whereby the reviewers do not know the identity of the author(s), nor does the author(s) know the identity of the reviewers. We strive to get back to authors within 8 to 10 weeks of submission.
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