James Soltow Award for Best Paper in EEBH in 2014
The $1,000 James Soltow Award for Best Paper in Essays in Economic & Business History in 2014 was shared by two outstanding papers:
John A. Dove (Troy University), Gary M. Pecquet (Central Michigan University), and Clifford F. Thies (Shenandoah University) for THE MICHIGAN FREE BANK EXPERIENCE: WILD CAT BANKING OR INTERFERENCE WITH CONTRACT?
Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo (Bangor University), Tobias Karlsson (Lund University), and Björn Thodenius (Stockholm School of Economics) for THE ORIGINS OF THE CASHLESS SOCIETY: CASH DISPENSERS, DIRECT-TO-ACCOUNT PAYMENTS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF ON-LINE REAL-TIME NETWORKS, C.1965-1985.
Congratulations for the winners!
Essays in Economic & Business History
Currently in its 32nd year of publication, Essays in Economic Business History is currently edited and printed at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, USA. Articles for the journal are selected by double blind review process.
Thank you and welcome to EBHS 2015 held at La Crosse, University of Wisconsin, May 28–30, 2015!
We would like to extend our thanks to everyone for participating in this year’s EBHS conference in Manchester. We were delighted to see you all and sincerely hope that you enjoyed the conference and found the sessions stimulating, the facilities suitable and the company convivial!
Please remember that Jason Taylor is keen to receive papers presented at the conference with a view to publishing them in the Society’s journal - Essays in Business & Economic History.
We look forward to seeing you at next year’s conference which will be held at La Crosse, at the University of Wisconsin, from May 28 – 30, 2015. Updates will be provided on the EBHS website (www.ebhsoc.org) and by email.
Best wishes, Mark and Neil
Bátiz-Lazo, Karlsson and Thodenius’s The Origins of the Cashless Society: Cash Dispensers, Direct to Account Payments and the Development of On-line Real-time Networks, C.1965-1985, forthcoming in the May 2014 printed volume of Essays in Economic & Business History, is now available on-line.
Keynote address given by Lou Galambos at the 38th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference, Baltimore, 2013, forthcoming in the May 2014 printed volume of Essays in Economic & Business History, is now available on-line.
Dove, Pecquet and Thies’s The Michigan Free Bank Experience: Wild Cat Banking or Interference with Contract?, forthcoming in the May 2014 printed volume of Essays in Economic & Business History, is now available on-line.
The Economic & Business History Society and Essays in Economic & Business History are pleased to announce the creation of the James Soltow Award for Best Paper in honor of the founder and first editor of Essays in Economic and Business History. The Soltow Award will provide a $1,000 cash award to the author(s) of the best paper published in Essays each year.
Thanks to all who helped make EBHS 2013 Baltimore a roaring success, with numerous excellent panels and presentations, a terrific keynote address by Lou Galambos, a beautiful venue in the Tremont Grand, a tour of Oriole Park at Camden Yards, and more. We look forward to seeing you at EBHS 2014 Manchester, May 29-31. Details forthcoming on this site.
The conference program for the EBHS 2013 in Baltimore is now online. The program includes a schedule, program, and an email directory of participants.
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