|Vertical-axis Continents: Contrasting Demography and State Development in Africa and the Americas, 200.000 BP – 1500 AD
||Ewout Frankema (WUR/UU)
|Persistent corporations: Guilds and urban government in late-medieval Europe
||Arie van Steensel (UU)
|State Capacity and Violence: Evidence from the Rwandan genocide.
||Leander Heldring (University of Oxford)
|Reconstructing labour relations for India 1500-now.
||Jan Lucassen en Rombert Stapel (IISH)
|Competing channels, diverse constituents : the construction of the market for beauty products 1940s-1990s.
||Ludovic Cailluet (University of Toulouse Graduate School of Management)
|Statistics and politics in the 18th century.
Table Amtmann Lippe
|Lars Behrisch (UU)
|Leniency versus Toughening? The prosecution of male and female violence in 19th century Holland
||Manon van der Heijden en Marion Pluskota (Universiteit Leiden)
|The Great Escape? The Contribution of the Empire to Portugal’s Economic Growth, 1500-1800
||Jaime Reis (ULisboa), Leonor F Costa (Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão) and Nuno Palma (LSE and Queen Mary University)
|Missionaries, Colonizers, and Gender Inequality in Africa: Evidence from Protestant Marriage Registers, 1895-2011
||Felix Meier zu Selhausen (UU)
|Working Skills Derived from Occupations: The 'Deskilling Hypothesis' Revisited.
||Sandra de Pleijt (UU) and Jacob Weisdorf (U Southern Denmark/UU)
|Smoothing the flow, currency circulation and payment techniques in the Low Countries, 1500-1800.
||Joost Jonker (UvA/UU) and Oscar Gelderblom (UU)
|Does the European Marriage Pattern Explain Economic Growth?
||Tracy Dennison (Caltech) and Sheilagh Ogilvie (Cambridge)