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We welcome proposals for contributions on any topic in economic, social, and business history, including proposals for complete sessions on particular themes. A particular interest is in contributions to the main conference theme: “Gender in History”. Researchers across a broad range of...
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The Economic History Society exists to support research and teaching in economic and social history, broadly defined.
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The aim of the ESSHC is bringing together scholars interested in explaining historical phenomena using the methods of the social sciences. The conference is characterized by a lively exchange in many small groups, rather than by formal plenary sessions. The conference welcomes papers and...
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Conference theme: Building Bridges in Economic and Business History. The organizing committee invites proposals that consider this theme. While the committee will give some preference to papers and panels that fit this theme, the conference committee will also take into consideration papers and...
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Critical junctures – such as revolutions and democratic transitions – allow researchers to observe contexts in which key fundamental drivers of institutional change are varying “in real time”. This conference will bring together scholars from political economy, development economics, and...
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The Annual Conference of the History of Economics Society is one of the most important international gatherings of historians of economics. The conference provides an opportunity to meet with friends and colleagues, to learn about new research in the field, and to talk with journal and book...
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The theme for EHA 2023 is ‘Love and Toil, Care and Work’. While Adam Smith defined economics in terms of wealth creation and Lionel Robbins in terms of limited means and unlimited ends, Alfred Marshall thought of it as ‘…a study of men (sic) as they live and move and think in the...
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While the 2023 Program Committee welcomes individual papers or panel proposals on all aspects of social science history, it is especially interested in papers and panels that explore the many facets of well-being. Topics may include but are not restricted to: • What are the dynamic processes...
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