EDITORIAL NOTE

2020 Revista de Historia Económica / Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History  
As usual at the beginning of the year, we publish our traditional editorial note. We present basic statistics and data concerning the evolution of the Journal in the past year. The RHE-JILAEH received 70 original research papers in 2019. Figure 1 presents the evolution since 2014. The percentage of original manuscripts received last year dealing with Latin American history represented 51%. Articles dealing with Spanish and Portuguese economic history represented 27% and the number of original
more » ... umber of original research papers on Global economic history reached 22%. Our rejection rate of submitted manuscripts not suitable for RHE-JILAEH, either by its orientation or by other problems, shows similar than last year. Evaluation and processing times for articles have remained at very reasonable values since 47% of manuscripts have been evaluated in less than four months. Once again, the greatest wealth of the Journal, jointly with the Editorial Board, is the collaboration of the reviewers of the received manuscripts. The list of reviewers reflects the international dimension of the RHE-JILAEH as well as the generosity and professionalism of the scientific community. We gratefully acknowledge their contribution during 2019. FIGURE 1
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