European Historical Economics Society Conference,
A prize of 1,000 euros named after Gino Luzzatto will be awarded by the European Historical Economics Society to the best PhD Dissertation on any subject relating to the economic history of Europe, defended during the period July 2011 to June 2013.
Copies of a 10 page abstract or of one paper/chapter from the dissertation should be sent by candidates to the attention of the Luzatto Prize Committee, Stephen Broadberry, S.N.Broadberry@lse.ac.uk by June 30, 2013.
This year's papers are:
Monetary Policy Without Interest Rates. Evidence from France's Golden Age (1948 - 1973) using a narrative approach.
by Eric Monnet, Paris School of Economics
London - Antwerp Exchange Markets during the great Debosement.
by Ling-Fan Li, London School of Economics
Mechanisation, transportation, and the Localisation of industry in Germany 1846 - 1907.
by Theresa Gutberlet, University of Arizona