Economic History Workshop

Economic History WorkshopThe Economic History Workshop (EHW) provides a forum to discuss historical approaches and methodologies to the study of past economic events and phenomena. The workshop features leading scholars in the field of economic history, as well as creates an opportunity for current graduate students to present and receive feedback on works-in-progress, research papers, and dissertation chapters.

This workshop is coordinated by Robert Yee and Liane Hewitt (Department of History), under the direction of Professor Harold James. It is cosponsored by the Julius-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy & Finance.

View past EHW events in our archive.


Upcoming Events:

Economic History Workshop - “Merchant Lords and Yeomen Tenants: Capitalism, Feudalism, and Settler Colonialism in the 18th-Century Hudson Valley”

“Merchant Lords and Yeomen Tenants: Capitalism, Feudalism, and Settler Colonialism in the 18th-Century Hudson Valley”
BJ Lillis, Princeton University


To attend (RSVP) and for a copy of the pre-circulated paper, email Robert Yee at ryee@Rprinceton.edu. A light lunch will be provided.

Economic History Workshop - “Merchant Lords and Yeomen Tenants: Capitalism, Feudalism, and Settler Colonialism in the 18th-Century Hudson Valley”

“Merchant Lords and Yeomen Tenants: Capitalism, Feudalism, and Settler Colonialism in the 18th-Century Hudson Valley”
BJ Lillis, Princeton University


For a copy of the pre-circulated paper and to attend, email Liane Hewitt at lhewitt@princeton.edu. A light lunch will be provided.

Economic History Workshop - “Building Blocs: Raw Materials and the Global Economy in the Age of Disequilibrium”

“Building Blocs: Raw Materials and the Global Economy in the Age of Disequilibrium”

Rob Konkel, Princeton University


To attend (RSVP) and for a copy of the pre-circulated paper, email Robert Yee at ryee@princeton.edu. A light lunch will be provided.


 

Economic History Workshop - “The Political Economy of Secrecy: Defense Contracting, Intellectual Property, and National Security”

“The Political Economy of Secrecy: Defense Contracting, Intellectual Property, and National Security”

Katherine Epstein, Rutgers University


To attend this workshop and for more information, email Robert Yee at ryee@princeton.edu.

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