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The conference programme committee welcomes proposals on all aspects of economic and social history covering a wide range of periods and countries and, particularly, papers of an interdisciplinary nature.
Papers are invited from economic historians wishing to attend. They should be on any subject or period of Spanish, Portuguese or Iberian economic history, including comparative papers that consider the Portuguese and/or Spanish cases within their sample. Papers dealing with relations with the...
Das Kernthema der Tagung lautet: „Integration und Desintegration Europas: Wirtschafts- und Sozialhistorische Beiträge“. Die arbeitsteilige Organisation der Produktion in einem nationalstaatlich heterogenen Wirtschaftsraum kennzeichnet seit langem die Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte...
Even though the organizers are open to a wide range of approaches to the history of economics, paper proposals that address the interface between this field and the history and sociology of science, or cultural and science studies will be particularly appreciated.
On 23 June 2017, Queen's University Centre for Economic History, Queen's University Belfast, will host a Frontier Research in Economic and Social History (FRESH) meeting. FRESH meetings are aimed at researchers in any field of economic and social history. The meetings build on the concept that...
This event is immediately preceding the 2017 ABH Annual Conference held in Glasgow. Participants in the Workshop are encouraged to attend the main ABH Annual Conference following the Workshop. The Workshop is an excellent opportunity for doctoral students to discuss their work with other...
The World Congress is designed to provide extensive discussion of new and innovative research in economic history, with an expected 90-100 papers to be selected for presentation and discussion. We particularly encourage paper proposals from graduate students.
Workshop theme: Breakpoints, Crises and Histories of the People. The workshop will ask who or what is ‘the people’ and what is its relationship to ‘management’, especially in times of crisis? How, and in what ways, can management and the people be understood historically? Is a...
This comprehensive course offers theoretical and historical insights into the evolution of Europe. We start by tracing the continent’s emergence from being a technological and economic backwater at the end of the first millennium to being able to match the advanced Muslim and Chinese...
Created in cooperation with RFE-Resources for Economists of the American Economic Association (AEA)