The Canadian Network for Economic History (CNEH) invites anyone wishing to present a paper at sessions sponsored by the CNEH at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Economics Association (CEA) to submit an abstract by February 6, 2015. Paper submissions in English or French are accepted starting December 15, 2014. The Call for Papers is available for download …
The programme for the 2104 CNEH Conference has been posted on the 2014 Conference Programme Page.The first papers have been posted and subsequent ones will be available for advance consideration as they become available.
24-26 October 2014Registration and venue information for the 2104 CNEH Conference has been posted on the 2014 Conference Page.Registration is now open online by filling out this form.As additional information becomes available it will be posted to the conference page. This initial posting provides registration information along with venue, hotel and travel information and key dates.
May 29-June 1, Vancouver, BC The Canadian Network for Economic History invites anyone wishing to present a paper at a CNEH session at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Economics Association to submit an abstract by Friday, February 21, 2009. Paper submissions in English or French are accepted through the web interface at my.economics.ca. The maximum length for an abstract is 250 words. Under the “Comments” section of the form authors should make reference to the CNEH. For more information please contact Mauricio Drelichman at Mauricio.Drelichman@ubc.ca
2014 CNEH Conference Call for PapersFriday October 24 – Sunday October 26, 2014Peterborough, OntarioTheme: Markets and CrisesKeynote Speaker: Michael Bordo (Rutgers University)Mary MacKinnon Memorial Lecture: Leah Platt Boustan (UCLA) The Canadian Network for Economic History invites proposals for its October 24-26, 2014 conference at Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario. Papers will be considered on all topics, with some preference given to those relating to the theme, “Markets and Crises”. The CNEH is very pleased to announce that Michael Bordo (Rutgers University) has agreed to give the keynote address at the conference, and Leah Platt Boustan (UCLA) will be giving the Mary MacKinnon Memorial Lecture.To be considered for inclusion on the programme please email a 1-2 page abstract to Shari Eli (email@example.com) and Chris Minns (firstname.lastname@example.org). The… Read More »CFP: CNEH Oct 24-26, Peterborough Ontario
The next annual meeting of the Economic History Association (EHA) will take place in Columbus, Ohio, on September 12-14, 2014. The theme of the meeting will be “Political Economy and Economic History.” More information is available at the full call for papers.
The International Economic History Association (IEHA) is delighted to announce its 17th World Economic History Congress (WEHC) to be held in Kyoto, Japan, from August 3rd to 7th, 2015. The First Call for Session is now open at our online submission page, https://www.kansai-lin.jp/wehc2015/session_form.php. The first round for submission of session proposals is from 1st March to 1st September, 2013. Please find the guidelines at http://www.wehc2015.org/scientificprogramme-call_for_sessions.html, and submit your proposal by the deadline. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Secretariat at email@example.com
The CNEH is very pleased to announce that Peter Sims (LSE) is the winner of the 2013 Junior Scholar Travel Award. Peter and his co-author, Stephanie Collette (LSE), will be traveling to Haiwaii to present their paper “From Chaos to Order: National Consolidation and Sovereign Bonds in Uruguay, 1890-1914” at the 2013 Cliometrics Society World Congress. We wish Peter and Stephanie the best of luck at the conference. Financial support for this award has been kindly provided by the Canadian Economics Association, The Alan Green Memorial Fund, and members of the Canadian Network for Economic History.
The Economic History Society is holding its annual conference at the University of York on April 5-7, 2013. The preliminary program has now been posted on the conference website. Papers will be linked from the program site if they are provided. Details about registration, accommodations, and meals are also available on the conference website.
Call for Papers – Crediting Canada: Canada as an Economic World Leader at the British Association for Canadian Studies – 3-5 April 2013 in London
The British Association for Canadian Studies invites proposals for its 2013 meeting with a particular interest in the theme ‘Crediting Canada: Canada as an Economic World Leader’. The conference will take place in London 3-5 April at the refurbished Canada House on Trafalgar Square and the Eccles Centre of the British Library. Proposals should be sent by December 31 to: Jodie Robson, BACS Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org. Conference theme: Canada was widely credited with avoiding the worst of the (ongoing) 2008 sub-prime recession by virtue of a prudent and robust banking system. A further combination of factors has led to booming demand for resource exports and the Canadian dollar has risen noticeably against weaker currencies. In this conference we seek to examine the deeper roots of –… Read More »Call for Papers – Crediting Canada: Canada as an Economic World Leader at the British Association for Canadian Studies – 3-5 April 2013 in London