Julian Hoppit is Astor Professor of British History at University College London. He is the author of Risks and Failure in English Business, 1700-1800, A Land of Liberty? England 1689-1727 and Britain’s Political Economies: Parliament and Economic Life, 1660-1800.

Books in order of publication:

Risk and Failure in English Business 1700 1800 – 1987

The Industrial Revolution in Britain – 1994

A Land of Liberty? England 1689 – 1727 – 2002

Parliaments, Nations and Identities in Britain and Ireland, 1660-1850 – 2003

Failed Legislation, 1660-1800: Extracted from the Commons and Lords Journals – 2003

Nehemiah Grew and England’s Economic Development: The Means of the Most Ample Increase of the Wealth and Strength of England 1706-7 – 2012

Britain’s Political Economies: Parliament and Economic Life, 1660–1800 – 2017

Money and Markets: Essays in Honour of Martin Daunton – 2019

The Dreadful Monster and its Poor Relations: Taxing, Spending and the United Kingdom, 1707-2021 – 2021