Inaugural Frank D. Lewis Memorial Prize in Economic History

The Canadian Network for Economic History is pleased to announce that the inaugural Frank D. Lewis Memorial Prize will be awarded at the 2022 meeting. The prize, which has a cash value of $1,000, recognizes the best student paper submitted for inclusion on the conference program. It is selected by the program committee, and eligible papers must be authored solely by students. Those wishing to be considered for the prize should submit a complete paper and CV to the program committee. More information can be found at Frank D. Lewis Memorial Prize in Economic History Le Réseau canadien d’histoire économique a le plaisir d’annoncer que le prix inaugural à la mémoire de Frank D. Lewis sera décerné à la conférence de 2022. Un prix d’une… Read More »Inaugural Frank D. Lewis Memorial Prize in Economic History

Call for Papers for the 2022 CNEH Conference April 29 – May 1, 2022 University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB

Conference particulars are available below and a copy of this Call for Papers is available at 2022 Conference Call for Papers. The Canadian Network for Economic History invites proposals for our 2022 conference, to be held on April 29-May 1 at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton. Papers will be considered on all topics, with some preference given to those relating to the theme: What’s next for economic history in Canada? The CNEH is pleased to announce that Nathan Nunn (Harvard) will give the keynote address and Amanda Gregg (Middlebury) will give the Mary MacKinnon Memorial Lecture. To be considered for inclusion on the program please email a 1-2 page abstract to the cochairs of the program selection committee – Maggie Jones (maggiejones@uvic.ca) and… Read More »Call for Papers for the 2022 CNEH Conference April 29 – May 1, 2022 University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB

CNEH Study Group – Spring 2022

ANNOUNCEMENT: Herb Emery will be hosting the next CNEH Study Group meeting at the University of New Brunswick (Fredericton) in spring 2022.  A call-for-papers and conference details will be posted soon.

Call for Papers: CNEH Sessions at the 2021 Canadian Economics Association Conference / Appel à communications: Le Réseau canadien d’histoire économique (RCHE) au congrès de l’Association canadienne d’économique

Friday, June 4 – Sunday June 6, 2021 (Virtual sessions may start as early as Monday, May 31)Hosted by Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC The Canadian Network for Economic History (CNEH) will be organizing (virtual) economic history sessions for the 2021 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Economics Association (CEA). Virtual sessions may start as early as Monday, May 31. The CNEH invites anyone wishing to present a paper on any topic related to economic history to submit an abstract through the CEA online portal (economics.silkstart.com/cpages/conference-submissions) by Friday, February 12, 2021. Abstract submissions of 250 words or less, in English or French will be accepted. When the online portal prompts authors to choose a “Track”, please select “Canadian Network for Economic History (CNEH)”. When prompted to choose… Read More »Call for Papers: CNEH Sessions at the 2021 Canadian Economics Association Conference / Appel à communications: Le Réseau canadien d’histoire économique (RCHE) au congrès de l’Association canadienne d’économique

Keynote Presentations from 2019 CNEH Conference Now Available

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The keynote presenters from the 2019 conference have graciously made their presentations available on the Conference programme page. You can also find them linked below.Donna Feir: Economic History and ReconciliationAnn Carlos: Globalization and The Canadian Fur Trade Conference participants are pictured below (click to enlarge).

Registration Now Open for 2019 CNEH Conference at Lakehead University

Registration is now open for the 2019 Conference at CNEH 2019 Registration Page via the online system through Queen’s School of Policy Studies. The full programme can be found at CNEH 2019 Conference Programme. Full details about the conference itself are available at the 2019 Conference Page.

Historical Scans of Canadian Statistical Publications

Historical Scans of Canadian Statistical Publicationsfrom Ryan Macdonald, Chief – Economic Analysis Division, Analytical Studies, Methodology and Statistical Infrastructure Field Statistics Canada / Government of Canada / Chef — Division de l’analyse économique, Secteur des études analytiques, de la méthodologie et de l’infrastructure statistique Statistique Canada / Gouvernement du Canada I recently came upon a number scans done by our library to place the historical publications into pdfs. They can sometimes be a little difficult to search for, so I thought I would pass along a few links that may be of use to you or your colleagues in your research. 7 July 2019 Canada Year Book / http://publications.gc.ca/site/eng/9.838186/publication.html Tables of the trade and navigation of the Province of Canada for the year … (1850-1908) / http://www.publications.gc.ca/site/eng/9.843286/publication.html Report… Read More »Historical Scans of Canadian Statistical Publications

Historical Scans of Canadian Economic Statistics

Ryan Macdonald, Chief – Economic Analysis Division, Analytical Studies, Methodology and Statistical Infrastructure Field Statistics Canada has passed along a useful list of a number scans done by their library to place historical publications into pdfs. They are avalailable at Resources page of the CENH site or via a PDF.