SUNDAY, September 26 Session 5: 8:30-10:00 a.m.   A. Banking and Finance: European Perspectives Hinman Auditorium, 9th Floor   Jan Annaert, Frans Buelens, and Marc Deloof (University of Antwerp), “Are Stocks Always Good in the Long Run? Evidence from Belgium 1838-2008.”   Carsten Burhop (University of Cologne) and David Chambers (University of Cambridge), “The Value […]


SATURDAY, September 25 Session 3: 8:30-10:00 a.m.   A. Information: The Good, the Bad, and the Made-up James, 9th Floor   Vincent Bignon and Marc Flandreau (Graduate Institute, Geneva), “Defamation, Racketeering and the French Financial Press Before World War I.”   Jeremiah Dittmar (American University), “Information Technology and Economic Change: The Impact of the Printing […]


FRIDAY, 24 September Session 1: 1:00-2:30 p.m.   A. Banks and the Problems They Create James, 9th Floor   Michael Bordo (Rutgers University), Angela Redish (University of British Columbia) and Hugh Rockoff (Rutgers University), “Why Didn’t Canada Have a Banking Crisis in 2008?”   Jagjit S. Chadha (University of Kent) and Elisa Newby (Fitzwilliam College, […]


EHA 2010 Program FINAL CONFERENCE PROGRAM: You can find the entire conference program booklet here. NOTE! You can view the concise program below, day by day. There are also links to the invidual sessions and the session papers built in to the program. Presenters: Please bring your presentation on a USB stick. EHA will provide […]

Hotel and Travel

ACCOMMODATIONS: (Please note that the conference hotel is almost fully booked!)   The 2017 EHA conference hotel is the Hilton San Jose in the downtown area, 3 miles from the airport. It is a modern hotel that features a pool, jacuzzi, and a fitness center, with easy access to lots of restaurants and downtown entertainment. […]

Economic History Association 2010 Annual Meeting

THE ECONOMIC HISTORY ASSOCIATION WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE FOR MAKING THE 2010 MEETINGS A SUCCESS. THE CALL FOR PAPERS FOR 2011 WILL BE UP SHORTLY.   Complete Meetings Program:   Scholars who work on a single locality, period, or institution usually have in mind some kind of comparative question, although the comparative dimension is […]