‘Economic History Review’ Workshop: The Middle East and North Africa

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'Economic History Review' Workshop: The Middle East and North Africa
Date / time
18/02/2021, 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The editors of the Economic History Review invite you to join a workshop on the economic history of the Middle East and North Africa. The workshop will discuss three recent papers and their implications for further research in the field:

 

Karagedikli, G. and Tunçer, A.C. (2021)

‘House prices in the Ottoman Empire: evidence from eighteenth‐century Edirne’

The Economic History Review, 74: 6-33 (https://doi.org/10.1111/ehr.13001)

 

Nadan, A. (2021)

‘Reconsidering peasant communes in the Levant, c. 1850s–1940s’

The Economic History Review, 74: 34-59 (https://doi.org/10.1111/ehr.13003)

 

Panza, L. and Karakoç, U. (2021)

‘Overcoming the Egyptian cotton crisis in the interwar period: the role of irrigation, drainage, new seeds, and access to credit’

The Economic History Review, 74: 60-86 (https://doi.org/10.1111/ehr.13022)

 

Discussants: Sevket Pamuk and Mohamed Saleh

 

The workshop will include short presentations by the authors followed by comments from the discussants and then an open discussion.

 

This event is fully booked.

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