42nd Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference

Posted on: July 20th, 2016 by EBHS No Comments

Call for Papers: 42nd EBHS Conference
The Skirvin Hilton, Oklahoma City
May 25, 2017 – May 27, 2017

Registration Now Open!

The Skirvin HiltonRegistration for The Economic and Business History Society (EBHS) 42nd Annual Conference, to be held at the historic Skirvin Hotel in downtown Oklahoma City, is now open.

Please register here.

The Skirvin Hotel is located next to the Bricktown section of Oklahoma City and is known for its unique shops and restaurants. Oklahoma City is also home to a world class zoo and the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. There is also the opportunity to see Bricktown Ball Park and perhaps to catch a minor league game.

Further details of the conference will be posted on the conference site as well as on the EBHS mailing list.

Accommodation details and Skirvin Hilton reservation link are available on the Accommodation page.

We look forward to welcoming you to Oklahoma City!  

EEBH Publishes a Special Issue in Honor of Professor Christer Lundh

Posted on: April 25th, 2017 by ollit No Comments

Special Issue CoverEssays in Economic and Business History announces the publication of a special volume (2017, volume 35, issue 1) of articles in honor of Christer Lundh, professor in Economic History at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. The original research articles published in this volume expand upon Lund’s work in historical demography and labor market research among other topics. These articles illustrate the strength of social science history and also demonstrate the vast potential of historical research to contribute to answering societal questions in the present day. This issue is guest edited by Susanna Fellman, Stefan Öberg and Klas Rönnbäck, all of the University of Gothenburg.

Taylor & O’Sullivan: Have Postwar Fiscal Stimulus Policies Met the “Timely, Targeted, and Temporary” Principle?

Posted on: April 11th, 2017 by ollit No Comments

Taylor & O’Sullivan’s Have Postwar Fiscal Stimulus Policies Met the “Timely, Targeted, and Temporary” Principle?, forthcoming in the May 2017 printed volume of Essays in Economic & Business History, is now available on-line.

Eloranta: Pro Bono Publico? Demand for Military Spending Between the World Wars

Posted on: March 31st, 2017 by ollit No Comments

Jari Eloranta’s Pro Bono Publico? Demand for Military Spending Between the World Wars, forthcoming in the May 2017 printed volume of Essays in Economic & Business History, is now available on-line.