CFP: European Historical Economics Society 2019 Congress, Paris, France, August 29-31, 2019

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13th European Historical Economics Society 2019 Congress

Paris, France

August 29-31, 2019

Call for Papers and Sessions:

The 13th EHES Congress will be held at the Paris School of Economics.

The Conference Programme Committee invites proposals for sessions and individual papers on any aspect of European or global economic history covering a wide range of periods, countries, and regions. 

In order to allow as many scholars as possible to participate, each participant will be limited to one presentation (although they may also be a co-author on other papers, provided a co-author participates and presents). 

The Society encourages submissions from young scholars. There will be at least 10 bursaries of 300-400 Euros to help PhD students cover travel and accommodation costs. Further details will be available soon on the conference website. 

Program Committee

Herman de Jong (University of Groningen)

Kerstin Enflo (Lund University)

Pierre-Cyrille Hautcoeur (EHESS and Paris School of Economics)

Sibylle Lehmann-Hasemeyer (Hohenheim University)


Paper Proposals shall include an abstract not exceeding 500 words, along with the authors' institutional affiliations and email addresses and the keywords on the period, country/region, and topic.

Session Proposals shall include a short presentation of the session objectives, along with abstracts (max. 500 words each) of 3 to 5 papers.

All submissions should be uploaded by January 31, 2019 via the conference's website:

Additional Information:

All submissions will be acknowledged upon receipt. Notices of acceptance will be sent to the corresponding authors by April 1, 2019.

Organizational Committee:  Paris School of Economics--F. Simiand Center for Economic and Social History

Venue:  Paris School of Economics, 48 Boulevard Jourdan, Paris, France.



Ryan Haddad
Department of History
University of Maryland
College Park, MD