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14 Dec, 2023
By Antonio Tena Junguito (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid) and Maria Isabel Restrepo Estrada (Universidad de Antioquia). This blog...
12 Dec, 2023
In this blog post, Ewout Frankema of Wageningen University & Research and Marlous van Waijenburg of Harvard Business School...
30 Oct, 2023
By Beto Wetter (University of Oxford) This blog post reflects ongoing research supported by the EHS Research Fund for...
11 Oct, 2023
Nick Crafts was the most distinguished British economic historian of his generation. He was born in 1949 at Nottingham,...
5 Oct, 2023
By Carolyn Sissoko (University of the West of England) This blog is based on a paper presented at the...
4 Oct, 2023
By Cecilia Lara (Universidad de la República, Montevideo) and Svante Prado (University of Gothenburg) This blog post is based...
21 Sep, 2023
By Tom Nicholas (Harvard Business School) This blog post is based upon the author’s article, ‘Status and mortality: Is...
20 Sep, 2023
In this blog post, Professor Sara Horrell of London School of Economics and Political Science introduces her latest article...
12 Sep, 2023
By Jinlin Wei (University of Warwick) This blog post reflects ongoing research supported by the EHS Research Fund for...
5 Sep, 2023
In this blog post, Professor Phillipp Schofield, President of the Economic History Society, writes about the Fourteenth Anglo-American Seminar...
19 Jun, 2023
Maxine Berg and Pat Hudson are emeritus professors at the University of Warwick and Cardiff University respectively. Both are...
10 May, 2023
by Patrick Walsh (Trinity College, Dublin) — Members of the Economic History Society and readers of the Long Run...
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