The Society awards a number of prizes every year at the Annual Conference.
The 2021 prize-giving session can be viewed here.
The 2021 prize winners:
New Researcher Poster Prize
Victoria Gierok (University of Oxford), A poverty of numbers: First poverty estimates fore pre-industrial Germany, 1350-1800
Safya Morshed (London School of Economics), Merciful tyrants? Explaining rebel forgiveness and state capacity in Mughal India, 1556-1707
New Researcher Paper Prize
Maylis Avaro (Graduate Institute, Geneva), Zombie international currency: The Pound Sterling, 1945-72
Áine Doran (Queen’s University Belfast), A Poor Inquiry: Poverty and living standards in pre-famine Ireland
Thirsk-Feinstein PhD Dissertation Prize
Joseph la Hausse de Lalouvière (Harvard University), ‘Enslavement and Empire in the French Caribbean, 1793-1851’
T.S. Ashton Prize
Thilo NH Albers (Humboldt University Berlin), ‘Currency devaluations and beggar-my-neighbour penalties: evidence from the 1930s’, Economic History Review, 73: 233-257 doi: 10.1111/ehr.12874