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AFRICAN ECONOMIC HISTORY
Vols. 1-35. Madison, 1976-2007. Partly reprint. $ 2800
- Per volume $ 90
- This important annual dealing with African economic history from the precolonial era to the twentieth century provides new insights and knowledge regarding the continent's economic growth and development. Articles in AFRICAN ECONOMIC HISTORY have addressed the slave and maritime trade, the tin industry in Belgian Africa, women in Igboland, tobacco production in Kenya and precolonial African production and industry. This journal has managed to sustain its niche and focus in providing thoughtful, well-researched contributions in both economic and African history. A substantial book review section rounds out the journal (Katz).