Robbins
Keynes, Nevile
Hilferding
luxemburg
Weber
Cairnes
Carver
Moore
Mill, James
Bodichon
Hayek
Carlyle
Clark, J. B.
Sen
Hawtrey
Smith
Schwartz, Anna
Seligman, Edwin Robert Anderson
Friedman
Fellner
Wieser
Simons
Keynes
Ricardo
georgescu

Young Scholars Seminar


"I believe the students we train would end up as better economists if they had greater exposure to the history of economic thought (which, at this point, is pretty much null)" (Dani Rodrik).

  

YOUNG SCHOLARS SEMINAR

ESHET invites young scholars -- persons currently enrolled in a PhD, or who have been awarded a PhD no more than two years prior to the date of the relevant ESHET conference (and regardless of age) -- to submit their work to the Young Scholars Seminar to be held on the occasion of the ESHET Conference.

Up to six submissions will be selected: ESHET will cover travel expenses up to €300, accommodation costs up to €80/night for three nights, and the registration fee. The authors of the selected papers will have 20 minutes each to present the paper, and a senior scholar will discuss it. Papers may be on any topic relevant to the history of economics, and are not restricted to the conference theme.

Candidates should e-mail a paper no longer than 9000 words to Professors ANNALISA ROSSELLI (annalisa.rosselli@uniroma2.it) and RICHARD STURN (richard.sturn@uni-graz.at) by the deadline indicated in the Conference website.

Please include documentation of your (and your co-authors) position vis à vis your PhD, and indicate in the Subject of your e-mail: for Young Scholar Seminar.

ESHET encourages young scholars to participate in the conference. A one-year ESHET membership is offered to all young scholars who submit a paper. Papers that have not been selected will be considered for presentation at other conference sessions.

For the names of the winners, please click on "ESHET travel grants" in the left menu.
 

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Deadline for submissions:
31 October 2016