AccueilThe 2002 Economic History Association Meetings
Publié le dimanche 25 novembre 2001 par Natalie Petiteau
Annual Meetings Office
The 2002 Economic History Association Meetings
Hyatt Regency St. Louis, Missouri
October 11 - 13, 2002
Peter Lindert, President
The 62ND annual meeting
of the economic history association
CALL FOR PAPERS
To reflect the wide range of economic historians' interests, proposals for papers and sessions on any topic are invited.
In addition, several sessions will be focused on the theme, "Public versus Private Institutions." What historic forces have drawn, or moved, the boundary between public and private institutions? How has moving it affected economic growth? Historical examples of both government failure and market failure abound. Economic history can reveal which kinds of growth-damaging institutions have been easily repaired and which have not. For St. Louis in September 2002, we invite contributions about all sorts of past institutional reforms and traps, such as fiscal policies, corruption, anti-trust, royal chartered monopolies, regulated and unregulated utilities, control over school finance and curriculum, health care, and other public-private battlegrounds.
Naomi R. Lamoreaux, History and Economics, UCLA (Committee Chair)
Philip T. Hoffman, Humanities and Social Sciences, Caltech
Rebecca Menes, Economics, George Mason University
Susan Wolcott, Economics, University of Mississippi
Deadline for submissions: January 31, 2002.
Please submit proposals online at www.eh.net/EHA.
- jeudi 31 janvier 2002
- Naomi R. Lamoreaux
courriel : lamoreaux [at] econ [dot] ucla [dot] edu
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