International Economic History Association

 

 

Welcome to the homepage of the International Economic History Association (IEHA)! The IEHA has been established in 1960, and unites economic historians from almost 40 countries in Africa, America, Asia, Europe and Oceania. Today the seat of the Associaction is Utrecht. The aims of the IEHA are to maintain and develop personal contacts between scholars interested in economic history and to encourage all forms of research and publications relevant to the development and diffusion of economic history.
Every three or four years the IEHA organizes a World Economic History Congress. The next World Economic History Congress will take place from 9-13 July 2012 in Stellenbosch, South Africa.

 

Announcements (last update May 31, 2012)

Newsletter 2011

Please find here our latest newsletter!

Executive Committee meeting 2011

During its meeting in November 2011, the EC of the IEHA decided about the session proposals of the second call. 113 session proposals were submitted: 71 were accepted.
You can find the list of all accepted sessions on the WEHC 2012 Homepage.

The Asia-Pacific Economic and Business History Conference 2013

The Asia-Pacific Economic and Business History conference takes place 14-16 February 2013 in Seoul. Papers can be submitted until November 30, 2012.
For further information, please visit http://apebh2013.wordpress.com/.

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Please note that the URL of the WEHC 2009/ Utrecht has changed to www.wehc-2009.org.
The Email address of the WEHC 2009 secretariat changed accordingly to info@wehc-2009.org.

First Congress of the Caribbean Economic History Association

The First Congress of the Caribbean Economic History Association took place in Santa Marta, Colombia, November 3-5, 2011.

Newsletter 2010

Please find here the Newsletter 2010 with a short review on the main decisions of the Executive Committee regarding the WEHC 2012 in Stellenbosch and a call for candidates for the Executive Committee.

Executive Committee meeting 2010

During its meeting in November 2010, the EC of the IEHA decided about the session proposals of the first call. 114 session proposals were submitted: 59 were accepted and 24 received a 'revise and resubmit'. A list of the accepted session proposals is published on the WEHC 2012 Homepage.

Questionnaire

The IEHA would like to learn more about the situation of economic history worldwide. You would help us with our survey by answering our questionnaire below. Please send it as email attachment to our office. You can find the results of the survey here.

Questionnaire (in English)
Questionnaire (in French)
Questionnaire (in Spanish)
Questionnaire (in Russian)
Questionnaire (in Arabic)

WEHC 2012

The next World Economic History Congress will take place from 9-13 July 2012 in Stellenbosch, South Africa.