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October 7-8, 2010
Department of Economic History, Lund University, Sweden
Keynote Speakers: Stephen Broadberry (Warwick) and Gregory Clark (UC Davis)
The main aim of the Sound Economic History Workshops is to gather new researchers in a friendly and non-imposing environment where they can present their research and receive constructive feedback from their peers and leading economic historians. A further aim is to demonstrate the breadth of Economic History as an academic discipline, so there is no main theme, and submissions are encouraged from any sub-field of Economic and Social history. The purpose is to attract PhD students and post-docs to help create an environment that is conducive for collaboration and quality research. Non-parallel sessions will be thematically organised, where papers will be presented and discussed under the leadership of a chairperson.
Non-presenters are also encouraged to participate, so please register even if you do not wish to present a paper. Scholars based in Scandinavia will be given preference.
Submissions and registrations to Montserrat Lopez Jerez
Peter Håkansson, Montserrat Lopez Jerez, and Luciana Quaranta
This workshop is funded by the Crafoord Foundation
Content manager: Håkan Lobell
Last updated 20 November 2012