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Associazione per la Storia Economica

About us

ASE is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the study and research in the field of economic history. ASE fosters and encourages the dissemination of studies by economic historians in Italy and abroad, with the help of the Rivista di storia Economica, a journal founded by Luigi Einaudi.


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Seminar at Bocconi: Living Standards, Inequality and Poverty around the World, 1815-2015 - The HHB Project

Seminar at Bocconi: Living Standards, Inequality and Poverty around the World, 1815-2015 - The HHB Project

Thursday, May 24, at 12.45, seminar on the Historical Household Budgets (HHB) with Prof. Giovanni Vecchi (Tor Vergata).

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Carnevali Prize - Winner Announcement

Carnevali Prize - Winner Announcement

The Carnevali Prize Committee (Dr. Paolo Di Martino, Dr. Anna Missiaia, Prof. Emanuele Felice) announces that the first edition of the prize was awarded to Giacomo Gabbuti, for his dissertation entitled “A Noi! Economic Inequality and the Political Economy of Italian Fascism".

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[PocheStorie#1] Was Putnam wrong? The determinants of social capital in Italy around 1900

[PocheStorie#1] Was Putnam wrong? The determinants of social capital in Italy around 1900

With this post by Gabriele Cappelli (UAB) on his paper "Was Putnam wrong? The determinants of social capital in Italy around 1900" (Rivista di Storia Economica, a. XXXIII, n. 3, December 2017), we launch a new blog of short summaries from the latest issues of the Rivista di Storia Economica. Full article available here

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