Jahrbuch fuer internationale Handelsgeschichte / Yearbook for the History of International Trade and Commerce
Annales Mercaturae revives the tradition of Central European scholarship in the history of commerce. The journal serves explicitly as a platform for the history of trade, not for general economic and social history. Commercial history is understood in its widest sense and includes the history of merchants, their institutions, their social and legal relationships, their business transactions, their communications, etc. The spectrum of topics ranges from corporate, legal and social history all the way to the history of communications and all aspects of the commercial sector.
Articles submitted to Annales Mercaturae should have an international scope or a comparative focus. For precisely this reason, conference proceedings are welcome when they have a convincing overall concept and a methodological and/or content-based coherency. As a rule, we accept articles in German or English.
PD Dr. Mechthild Isenmann (Universität Leipzig)
Prof. Dr. Werner Scheltjens (Universität Bamberg)
Erik Aerts (Leuven), Anja Amend-Traut (Würzburg), Wim Blockmans (Leiden), Andrea Bonoldi (Trento), Hilario Casado Alonso (Valladolid), Murat Çizakça (Kuala Lumpur), Gerhard Fouquet (Kiel), Eberhard Isenmann (Köln), Olga Katsiardi-Hering (Athen), Dariusz Kolodziejczyk (Warschau), Claudio Marsilio (Lissabon), Bogdan Murgescu (Bukarest), Michael North (Greifswald), Jari Ojala (Jyvaskyla), Pierrick Pourchasse (Brest), Peter Rauscher (Wien), Reinhold Reith (Salzburg), Christian Rohr (Bern), Philipp R. Rössner (Manchester), Petra Schulte (Trier), Toshiaki Tamaki (Kyoto), Viktor Nikolaevich Zakharov (Moskau)