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GERMAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION ANNUAL CONFERENCE
The 13th Annual Graduate Conference in European History (GRACEH) will be held at Budapest's Central European University on April 25-27, 2019. We, the organizers, warmly encourage all interested participants to apply! This is an excellent opportunity for early-career researchers and graduate students to present their work across a number of fields. Financial assistance may also be available upon request.
The transformation of work and concepts of labour, the movement of workers within and between countries, and changes in how people obtain work are significant trends in many contemporary economies. While they may appear to be new developments, these processes have historical roots and precedents. With the increasing use of historical data in economics and the return of labour to the forefront of economic history, the time is ripe for discussion and collaboration between labour historians, economic historians, and labour economists.