1st ASE Economic History Workshop: Call for Papers

1st ASE Economic History Workshop: Call for Papers

The Associazione per la Storia Economica announces a Call for Papers for its 1st Economic History Workshop, that will take place during the third ASE annual meeting in Milan, on September 14-15 2018. Deadline: July 1st, 2018.

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Call for papers special issue of "L'Industria"

Call for papers special issue of "L'Industria"

30th June 2018, deadline for the Call for Papers for a special issue of L'Industria, Review of Industrial Economics and Policy, on the Italian Economy in the Globalisation Era. The special issue is edited by Emanuele Felice (Chieti) and Ugo Pagano (Siena) in collaboration with the Associazione Marcello de Cecco.

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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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