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EDITORIAL STATEMENT

EDITORIAL STATEMENT formerly the South African Journal of Economic History his is the first edition of Economic History of Developing Regions, the new name for the journal that was previously called, The South African Journal of Economic History. That journal was very ably edited by Stuart Jones, who was part of an editorial team or the editor-in-chief for most of the period 1987 to 2009. For a lot of that time he was ably assisted by Jon Inggs. With the change in editorship that came about due to the retirement of Stuart Jones and the election of Stefan Schirmer to the position of editor, an opportunity to extend the scope of the journal presented itself. We were fortunate in being able to bring together an exceptional editorial team representing a wide range of developing regions. The expertise contained in our new advisory panel will also be extremely helpful in maintaining high quality content and extending the journal’s contributions to international debates. Economic History of Developing Regions promotes the study of economic change in the developing South, including Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. It provides an innovative research forum that explores the influence of historical events on economic development http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Economic History of Developing Regions Taylor & Francis

EDITORIAL STATEMENT

Economic History of Developing Regions , Volume 25 (1): 2 – Jun 1, 2010
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Taylor & Francis
Copyright
Copyright Economic History Society of Southern Africa
ISSN
2078-0397
eISSN
2078-0389
DOI
10.1080/20780389.2010.513473
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Abstract

formerly the South African Journal of Economic History his is the first edition of Economic History of Developing Regions, the new name for the journal that was previously called, The South African Journal of Economic History. That journal was very ably edited by Stuart Jones, who was part of an editorial team or the editor-in-chief for most of the period 1987 to 2009. For a lot of that time he was ably assisted by Jon Inggs. With the change in editorship that came about due to the retirement of Stuart Jones and the election of Stefan Schirmer to the position of editor, an opportunity to extend the scope of the journal presented itself. We were fortunate in being able to bring together an exceptional editorial team representing a wide range of developing regions. The expertise contained in our new advisory panel will also be extremely helpful in maintaining high quality content and extending the journal’s contributions to international debates. Economic History of Developing Regions promotes the study of economic change in the developing South, including Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. It provides an innovative research forum that explores the influence of historical events on economic development

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Economic History of Developing RegionsTaylor & Francis

Published: Jun 1, 2010

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