Overview of past conferences

25 – 26 September 2014: Guangxi Quantitative History of Chinese Economic Performance

2 – 3 November 2012: IISH Amsterdam – The Global and Long-term Development of Real Wages

28 November – 1 December 2012: Utrecht Design and Dynamics of Institutions for Collective Action

11th of July, 2012: Session Marriage patterns, agency in households, and economic growth at WEHC Stellenbosch

18th of January 2012: Conference ProgrammeAsset Management of Households in Europe, 1300-1800, Utrecht

Friday 9th – Saturday 10th December 2011: “Quantifying knowledge: human capital measurement, ca. 1700-2010”

17th of June 2011 – Centre for Global Economic History launch event – Economic History meets Development Economics

Thursday 19th – Saturday 21st May 2011: Amsterdam The efficiency of Markets in Pre-industrial societies: the case of Babylonia (c. 400-60 BC) in comparative perspective

16th May 2011: Utrecht Studium Generale (in Dutch only) ‘Our common future – the future of our commons’ (English text below) – The videos and powerpoints from the day itself will shortly be made available.

The XVth World Economic History Conference *papers presented at this conference available under programme*

Utrecht Conferences in Global Economic History