39th Annual EBHS Conference

Posted on: May 27th, 2013 by EBHS No Comments

EBHS 2014 in Manchester, England, May 29-31

Registration Open

Manchester from Kersal Moor (1857). By William Wylde [Public domain], via Wikimedia CommonsRegistration is now open for our conference in Manchester, England, hallowed ground of the Industrial Revolution. Updates will be provided on this website and by email. We look forward to seeing you in Manchester!

Call for Papers (updated January 21, open until March 1, 2014)

Conference Website

Registration (open until May 7, 2014)

The Journal of the Economic & Business History Society

Posted on: July 12th, 2012 by EBHS

Essays in Economic & Business History

Essays in Economic & Business HistoryCurrently 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.

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EEBH In Press: The Origins of the Cashless Society: Cash Dispensers, Direct to Account Payments and the Development of On-line Real-time Networks, C.1965-1985

Posted on: April 24th, 2014 by EBHS No Comments

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.

EEBH In Press: Is This a Decisive Moment for the History of Business, Economic History, and the History of Capitalism?

Posted on: April 9th, 2014 by EBHS No Comments

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.

EEBH In Press: The Michigan Free Bank Experience: Wild Cat Banking or Interference with Contract?

Posted on: January 8th, 2014 by EBHS No Comments

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 EBHS Announces $1000 James Soltow Award for Best Paper

Posted on: November 11th, 2013 by EBHS No Comments

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.

38th Annual EBHS Conference: Baltimore, Maryland, USA May 23-25, 2013

Posted on: May 26th, 2013 by EBHS

Inner HarborThanks 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.

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EBHS 2013 Conference Program, Transportation Tips & Airport Shuttle

Posted on: May 21st, 2013 by EBHS

Inner HarborThe conference program for the EBHS 2013 in Baltimore is now online. The program includes a schedule, program, and an email directory of participants.

Program (PDF)

Baltimore Transportation Tips

GO Airport Shuttle: Special Fare Rates for EBHS Attendees & Guests

Economic and Business History News Launched

Posted on: April 4th, 2012 by EBHS

Economic and Business History News

EBHN is an open access Facebook forum to publish news and call for papers related to economic and business history. The board is moderated and maintained by the Economic and Business History Society (EBHS). The mission of the service is to promote the fields of economic and business history and disseminate information about relevant events in the profession.

EBHS retains the right to remove any messages it considers inappropriate or unsuitable for the news bulletin board. While we generally want to discourage advertisements for books etc., it is acceptable to bring forth new scholarship that is being debated in the profession, thus inciting dialogue among scholars.

You can check out and like the service as well as share your related news at www.facebook.com/EBHSNews!