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Bennett, Robert J., Montebruno, Piero, van Lieshout, Carry and Smith, Harry (2022) Business entry and exit : career changes of proprietors in England and Wales 1851-81 using record-linkage. Social Science History, 46(2), pp. 255-289. ISSN (print) 0145-5532


Celik, Erbil (2022) Richard Cantillon’s Essai and the early-modern British mercantilism. (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .


Dodsworth, Francis (2022) From the ‘old’ to the ‘new’ : corruption and the police, c. 1750–1910. In: Cawood, Ian and Crook, Tom, (eds.) The many lives of corruption : the reform of public life in modern Britain c.1750-1950. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. pp. 54-74. ISBN 9781526150035


Rindzeviciute, Egle (2022) Can nuclear cultural heritage be subversive? Insights from the fieldwork in Russian atomic heritage sites. In: Environmental History Research Seminar; 28 Sept 2022, Dublin, Ireland. (Unpublished)

Rindzeviciute, Egle (2022) Orchestrating nuclear futures : lessons from the history of scientific prediction. In: Remembering the past in the future : building awareness of radioactive waste repositories together; 22-24 Nov 2022, Dessel, Belgium. (Unpublished)

Rindzeviciute, Egle (2022) The will to predict : the history of scientific prediction in planning and management. In: Pan-European Economic Spaces in the Cold War; 09-11 Jun 2022, Geneva, Switzerland. (Unpublished)

Rindzevičiūtė, Eglė (2022) Scientific prediction in the 20th century : mapping ideas, institutions and practices across the Cold War divide. In: Centre for Modern History Futures Series; 26 Oct 2022, London, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Ross, Linda (2022) From ‘atom town’ to the ‘atomic menace’ : Scotland’s changing nuclear narratives. In: EHS Conference 2022; 01-03 Apr 2022, Cambridge, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Ross, Linda M (2022) The Highlands and Islands: an evolving history. In: Northern Scotland - The Leviathan of Highland and Emigration History: a conference in honour of Eric Richards; 10-11 Jun 2022, Inverness, UK. (Unpublished)


Spencer, Philip (2022) Thinking about the Holocaust, genocide and antisemitism today : on the limitations of a new, anti-imperialist revisionism. Society, 59(1), pp. 12-15. ISSN (print) 0147-2011


Van Den berg, Richard (2022) “esclave né de quiconque l’achète”. The multiple histories of economic texts. The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, ISSN (print) 0967-2567 (Epub Ahead of Print)

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