Series Editors: A.K. Bowman, A.I. Wilson
In connection with the Oxford Roman Economy Project, Oxford University Press has agreed to inaugurate a series of publications under the general title Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy (OSRE).
The OSRE series consists of edited volumes as well as monographs. Currently, two edited volumes have appeared - consisting of papers presented at OXREP conferences in 2006 and 2007 respectively. Three subsequent volumes of this sort are currently in preparation, bringing together the proceedings of the other colloquia organised by the project. Further, two monographs have been accepted for publication in this series by OUP.
The OUP and the editors intend that the series should have a life above and beyond the limits of the project and are keen to encourage the submission of book-length manuscripts on appropriate subjects in the general area of the Roman economy. These need not be confined to the constraints of subject-matter or chronology defined for the Oxford project itself. More information about how to submit a book proposal can be found in the Guidelines for authors section
Current titles in the OSRE Series
1. Quantifying the Roman Economy: Methods and Problems, ed. Alan Bowman and Andrew Wilson (OUP, 25 June 2009) [more info].
2. Settlement, Urbanization and Population, ed. Alan Bowman and Andrew Wilson (OUP, December 2011) [more info].
3. The Roman Agricultural Economy: Organisation, Investment and Production, ed. Alan Bowman and Andrew Wilson (in preparation)
4. Trade, Commerce, and the State in the Roman World, ed. Andrew Wilson and Alan Bowman (in preparation)
5. Mining, Metal Supply and Coinage in the Roman Empire, ed. A. I. Wilson and A. K. Bowman (in preparation)
6. The Stone Trade and the Roman Imperial Economy, Ben Russell (accepted for publication).
7. The World of the Fullo. Work, Economy and Society in Roman Italy, Miko Flohr (in press).
Several other titles are currently under consideration.