Studia Historiae Oeconomicae Call for Papers

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Type: 
Call for Papers
Date: 
March 31, 2017
Location: 
Poland
Subject Fields: 
Business History / Studies, Colonial and Post-Colonial History / Studies, Contemporary History, Economic History / Studies

 

 

STUDIA HISTORIAE OECONOMICAE 35 (2017)

 

 

INSTITUTE OF HISTORY, ADAM MICKIEWICZ UNIVERSITY,

POZNAŃ, POLAND

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

STATE AND ECONOMY

 

 

Relations between the state and the economy may have many different aspects. The range of possible economic models reflecting the system – from the ultra-liberal approach to the static variant or the differences between planned and market economy – provides many opportunities for analysis in various temporal, spatial and political contexts. We would, therefore, like to propose to approach the relationship between the state and the economy in a broad historical and conceptual perspective. The scope may include e.g.: economic policy, tax policy, monetary policy etc. We can also consider the functioning of the economy (and/or its components) in the context of political, territorial and administrative changes. There is, therefore, a broad range of approaches to studying the mutual influence of the state and the economy – and we would like to encourage our potential authors to take advantage of it.  

 

We propose the following list of issues, but we are open to other proposals in the study areas we are interested in:

  • economy and state in times of war, transition or crisis;

  • state economy policy in different temporal, spatial and political perspectives;

  • economy in developing countries;

  • economic systems, the history of companies and entrepreneurs during the crisis of statehood;

  • changing business climate under the influence of state policy (e.g. New Economic Policy – USSR; New Deal – USA);

  • economic policies and demographic crises, socialtensions and cultural differences;

 

The editors prefer texts in English (up to 40,000 characters). Editorial rules available at http://zhg.amu.edu.pl/sho/reguly-redakcyjne/. Application deadlines:

  • subject proposal (abstract)May 15, 2017

  • full text in EnglishSeptember 15, 2017

 

Volume 35 (2017) Studia Historiae Oeconomicae will be published online by DeGruyter (https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/sho) and in paper version. SHO yearbook is indexed in the following services:

 

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    Institute of History

    Adam Mickiewicz University

    Umultowska 89 d

    61-614 Poznań, Poland

     

    Editor in Chief:                                                                                                         Co-editor:

    Professor Roman Macyra                                                                              Dr Marcin Graban

    macyra@amu.edu.pl                                                                                     mgraban@amu.edu.pl

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Marcin Graban, PHD

mgraban@amu.edu.pl

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