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 The Figuerola Prize 2017 has been obtained by Mikołaj Malinowski, for his paper "Serfs and the city: market conditions, surplus extraction institutions, and urban growth in early modern Poland". + info

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The twelfth European Historical Economics Society Conference will be held at the University of Tübingen, Friday - Saturday, 1 - 2. September 2017. +info.

The Figuerola Prize will be awarded at this event, with an amount of 2,000 euros, to the best article published in the European Review of Economic History, the journal of the European Historical Economic Society (EHES). +info. 

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UC3M-UB-UV Inter-University PhD Workshop in Economic History

Thursday 18th and Friday 19th May 2017


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Available WP 17-05, Díez Minguela, Alfonso; Martínez-Galarraga, Julio; Sanchís Llopis, M. Teresa; Tirado, Daniel A.; The origins of economic growth and regional income inequality in South-West Europe 1870-1950 

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  • The collection monographs of History of Law that publishes the Institute already has 90 monographs, all of them in free access + info

 

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Outstanding news

Forthcoming the Seventeenth Figuerola Conference

Professor Catherine Boone (LSE) will give the XVII Figuerola Conference, which is scheduled for Monday, November 6, 2017 with the title ""Regional inequality and Land Reform in Africa". + info 

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  • Held on December 15th and 16th the MACROHIST Workshop - Universidad Carlos III Madrid: Macroeconomic research after the great recession: monetary and fiscal policy, labor markets, business cycles. +info

 

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  • Available Issue 1, 2017, of the Revista de Historia Económica - Journal of Iberian Latin American Economic History + info
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Working Papers

Articles

Eva Fernández, James Simpson (2017). "Product quality or market regulation? Explaining the slow growth of Europe's wine cooperatives, 1880–1980", The Economic History Review, 70(1), pp. 122-142.

Leandro Prados de la Escosura (2016). "Mismeasuring Long Run Growth. The Bias from Spliced National Accounts: The Case of Spain", Cliometrica ,10 (3), pp. 251-275.

Leandro Prados de la Escosura (2016). "Economic Freedom in the Long Run: Evidence from OECD Countries (1850-2007)", Economic History Review, 69 (2), pp. 435-468. Database at http://espacioinvestiga.org/hiel-eng/?lang=en

Carlos Álvarez Nogal (2016). "Philip II against the Cortes and the credit freeze of 1575-1577". Revista de Historia Económica / Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, First View Article/March, pp. 1-32 (with C. Chamley).

Carlos Álvarez Nogal (2016). "Spanish Agriculture in the Little Divergence". European Review of Economic History, Early View, pp. 1-23 (with L. Prados de la Escosura and C. Santiago).

Carlos Álvarez Nogal (2016). 'Respond to “Duplications” by Drelichman and Voth'. Economic History Review, n. 69-3, pp. 1007-1013. (with C. Chamley).

 

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Books

Pablo Ramírez Pérez; Manuel Martínez Neira. La historia del derecho en la Real Academia de Ciencias Morales y Políticas. Los concursos de derecho consuetudinario, Madrid 2017, 322 pp.

Massimo Meccarelli (ed.). Reading the Crisis: Legal, Philosophical and Literary perspectives, Madrid 2017, 224 pp.

Joaquín Costa. El problema de la ignorancia del Derecho y sus relaciones con el status individual, el referendum y la costumbre, Madrid 2017, 84 pp.

Daniel Panateri. El discurso del rey. El discurso jurídico alfonsí y sus implicancias políticas, Madrid 2017, 284 pp.

Pierre de Jean Olivi. Tratado de los contratos (Estudio preliminar de Rafael Ramis Barceló/Traducción y notas de Pedro Ramis Serra y Rafael Ramis Barceló), Madrid 2017, 171 pp.

Julián Gómez de Maya. De Al-Ricotí al Rector Sabater: estudios históricos sobre la Universidad de Murcia y sus antecedentes. Madrid 2017, 388 pp.

Eva Elizabeth Martínez Chávez. Redes en el exilio. Francisco Ayala y el Fondo de Cultura Económica.
Madrid 2017, 145 pp.

Eleonora Dell’Elicine / Paola Miceli / Alejandro Morin (compiladores). Artificios pasados. Nociones del Derecho medieval. Colaboraciones de: Eleonora Dell’Elicine / Arnaud Fossier / Marta Madero / Céline Martin / Massimo Meccarelli / Paola Miceli / Alejandro Morin / Frank Roumy / Julien Théry
Madrid, 2017, 307 pp.

Rafael Ramís Barceló. Doctores hispanos en leyes y cánones por la Universidad de La Sapienza de Roma (1549-1774), Madrid 2017, 274 pp.

Fernando Liendo Tagle. Pablo de Olavide y la nueva planta de los estudios. Madrid 2016, 176 pp.

Massimo Meccarelli (ed.) Diversità e discorso giuridico. Temi per un dialogo interdisciplinare su diritti e giustizia in tempo di transizione. Madrid 2016, 283 pp.

Henrik Brenkman. Historia de las Pandectas. Estudio preliminar, traducción y notas de Juan Lorenzo, Madrid 2016, 426 pp.

Lope de Deza, Juicio de las leyes civiles, Madrid 2016, 136 pp.

Gustavo César Machado Cabral/Francesco Di Chiara/Óscar Hernández Santiago/Belinda Rodríguez Arrocha. El derecho penal en la edad moderna: Nuevas aproximaciones a la doctrina y a la práctica judicial, Madrid 2016, 217 pp.

 

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