|How much did English women earn in the past? 600 Years of female wages, from before the Black Death through the Industrial Revolution (paper co-authored with Jane Humphries)
||Jacob Weisdorf (University of Southern Denmark, Centre for Economic Policy Research London, and Utrecht University).
|Serfs and the city; market conditions, surplus extraction institutions and urban growth in the Kingdom of Poland, 1500-1772
||Mikolaj Malinovski (Utrecht University)
|Political elites as educational elites: a comparison of 7 European countries’
||Mark Bovens (Utrecht University, USBO) & Anchrit Wille (Leiden University)
|Too Much Ado about Morgan’s Men: The U.S. Securities Markets, 1908-1914
|Mary O’Sullivan (University of Geneva)
|How important were formalized charity and social spending before the rise of the welfare state? A long-run analysis of selected western European cases, 1400—1850
||Bas van Bavel & Auke Rijpma (Utrecht University).
|Grain, Textiles, and Demand Elasticity in Late Mamluk Egypt: A Preliminary Sketch
||Stuart Borsch (Assumption College and University of Bonn).
|Pay before they preach: the funding of study costs for Dutch Protestant and Catholic theology students, 1800-1880
||Ruben Schalk (Utrecht University).
|First marriage among women in Latina America
||Silvana Maubrigades (Universidad de la Républica, Uruguay).
|Making the household work. Exploring the demand for servants and lodgers from a household life cycle perspective
||Tine De Moor & Richard Zijdeman (both Utrecht University).
|The dynamics of globalization in the early modern world: new evidence from the Dutch-Asiatic trade, c. 1600-1800
||Pim de Zwart (IISG).