"Rules of the game" for the paper sessions:
- The sessions will last 90 minutes each.
- Authors will have 15 minutes to present their papers. Session chairs should encourage compliance with this time limit.
- The rooms will have standard presentation equipment (laptops with PowerPoint and projectors – Note! EHA does not provide a projector for transparencies!). If you have special needs, please let Jari Eloranta (email@example.com) know.
- All three papers should be presented first. We would suggest using the order in the program.
- After all three papers have been presented, the discussants will take the floor. Discussants will have 10 minutes per paper (some discussants have more than one paper to discuss). Session chairs will again encourage compliance with this time limit.
- This should leave approximately 15 minutes for discussion from the floor and author/discussant responses.
PROGRAM (with links to session papers): -Friday -Saturday -Sunday
SHORT CONFERENCE PROGRAM (in PDF)
FULL PROGRAM BOOKLET (in PDF)
SHORT VERSION OF THE PROGRAM:
Workshop and Tours
One workshop and several local tour options are available for Friday morning, 8:00-Noon (or 1 pm). Preregistration is required. Enrollment is limited to 35 participants for the workshop, and 30-35 participants for the tours. Sign up for a workshop or tour on the registration form.
- Workshop: Job Market Tips and Tales. James Fenske (University of Oxford) and Jessica Bean (Denison University) will share their job market experiences.
- Tour 1: Walking Tour of Historic Boston. Includes highlights of downtown and Freedom Trail. Led by Robert Allison, chair of the History Department at Suffolk University in Boston.
- Tour 2: Tour of Boott Mill in Lowell. Visit to Lowell, MA, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution in the US. Highlights of the trip include sites demonstrating water power technology, including turbines and control devices, and a weave room in the Boott Mill. Box lunches will be provided.
2 Sessions– 5 Panels
- Commencing at 1:00 PM
- Lessons for the Future: International Capital Markets in Historical Perspective. Featuring: Albert Fishlow, (Columbia University), speaker; Alexander Field (Santa Clara University), chair; Jeffry Frieden (Harvard University), commentator.
- A reception will be held Friday evening at the Harvard Business School.
Graduate Student Dinner
Teachers’ Breakfast (featuring Ann Carlos, University of Colorado at Boulder, as the speaker)
Historians’ Breakfast (featuring Jan DeVries, University of California at Berkeley, as the speaker)
2 Sessions– 6 Panels
Women’s Lunch (co-organized by Simone Wegge and Juliette Levy)
EHA Business Meeting
- President Barry Eichengreen will give his presidential address, “Economic History and Economic Policy.”
- Awards will be presented in the areas of best dissertations (Nevins and Gerschenkron prizes), best Journal of Economic Historyarticle of 2010, best Explorations in Economic Historyarticle of 2010, best book in European economic history, and excellence in teaching economic history.
2 Sessions– 4 Panels
- Adjourning at 12:00 PM
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