Essex FRESH meeting on migration history

The Essex FRESH meeting, with a theme on migration in history, was held at the University of Essex on October 18. The participants greatly appreciated an excellent keynote address by Tim Hatton, Essex, who focused particularly on how to measure the wage profiles of immigrants in American history. Among many excellent presentations might be mentioned […]

The lessons of the 1930s, by Nicholas Crafts in Odense

‘The Macroeconomic History of the 1930s’ given by Nick Crafts, Warwick, and organized by the University of Southern Denmark, October 21-23, 2013, was a popular PhD course which brought together 13 PhD students and 4 senior colleagues. A common theme of interest for the participants was the quantitative economic-historical analyses of the depression in the […]

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This is the blog of the European Historical Economics Society. Our aim is to promote European research and training in economic history. We publish posts from events organized by the society, articles published in our journal (European Review of Economic History), interviews with leading scolars in economic history and other news related to the society’s […]