Professor John Munro passed away on December 23, 2013. This site is maintained and kept online as an archive. For more infomation please visit the Centre for Medieval Studies
Professor (Emeritus) John H. Munro passed away December 23, 2013
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the ECO 301Y course web page.
Updated on: 20 February 2013
Academic Organizations and Societies, related to European economic history: in alphabetical order
- (1) One of its major functions is to provide book reviews in economic history: both new and "classic".
- (2) See also the affiliated website for : H-Net Reviews: Humanities and Social Sciences Net Online.
- (3) Another EH-NET service is a series of spreadsheets, under the rubric How Much is That?, on the historical value of money, and also of the GDP, for both England (United Kingdom) and the United States, in various contexts.
- (4) And yet another is The EH.Net Encyclopedia of Economic and Business History, with entries arranged alphabetically by topic.
- (1) The contents of the annual conference proceedings ('Settimana'), from vols. 1 (1969, published in 1974) - 39 (2008), are available via this web link.
- (2) The publications of the annual conferences ('Settimana') of the Datini Institute are now being published (as of 2008) by, and may be purchased online from, the Firenze University Press. Electronic pdf files of individual papers may also be purchased and downloaded via this web link for the Firenze University Press.
for information about :
- (2) The XVth World Economic History Congress: held in Utrecht, the Netherlands, from 3 - 7 August 2009. Note the revised website URL.
- (3) The XVIth World Economic History Congress:: held in Stellenbosch (near Cape Town), South Africa, from 9 - 13 July 2012.
- (4) The XVIIth World Economic History Congress: to be held in Kyoto, Japan, from 3 - 7 August 2015.
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