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2012_하계학술대회 및 컨퍼런스 안내

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2012-01-01
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하계학술대회 및 APEBH컨퍼런스 공지

 

회원 여러분, 안녕하십니까?

 

8월에 개최되는 하계학술대회와 내년 2월에 개최되는 아시아태평양경제경영사(APEBH)컨퍼런스를 아래와 같이 공지드립니다.

 

1. 2012년 하계학술대회

-일시: 2012년 8월 25일 (토) 오후 2:00-6:00

-장소: 한국방송대 역사관 2층 세미나실

-신청마감: 8월 4일. 발표원고를 경제사학회 사무국으로 이메일 송부.

 

2. APEBH컨퍼런스 2013 "Call for papers"

주지하다시피 호주뉴질랜드 경제사학회와 우리 경제사학회가 내년 2월 서울에서 공동으로 개최하는 APEBH CONFERENCE 2013의 홈페이지가 개설되었고, 이와 함께 발표신청에 관한 내용이 공지되었습니다.

홈페이지: http://apebh2013.wordpress.com

 

컨퍼런스의 주제는 “Market, institutions and people in economic crisis and recovery"이며, 주최측에서는 위의 주제 이외에도 경제사와 관련된 다양한 주제의 논문을 신청받고 있습니다.

논문신청은 1페이지 요약문을 2012년 11월 30일까지 제출하고, 컨퍼런스의 세션 신청 역시 1페이지 요약문을 같은 날까지 제출합니다. (완성본을 제출할 필요는 없음)

채택된 논문의 완성본은 2013년 2월 4일까지 제출해야 합니다.

요약문과 완성본은 아래 4명 모두에게 보내야 합니다.

 

서울대 이철희 교수, chullee@snu.ac.kr

KDI 김두얼 박사, duolkim@kdi.re.kr

Monash대학의 Lionel Frost 교수, Lionel.Frost@BusEco.monash.edu.au

Monash대학의 Keir Reeves, Keir.Reeves@monash.edu

 

자세한 내용은 아래의 영문공지와 컨퍼런스 홈페이지를 참고하시기 바랍니다.

회원여러분들의 적극적인 관심과 참여를 부탁드립니다.

 

경제사학회 연구위원장 드림

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Sender : "van der Eng, Pierre" < pierre.vandereng@anu.edu..au >
To : "van der Eng, Pierre" < pierre.vandereng@anu.edu..au >
Date : 2012-05-22 16:52:31
S u b j e c t : [FWD]Asia-Pacific Economic and Business History conference, Seoul (South Korea) 14-16 February 2013

(apologies for any cross-postings)

Asia-Pacific Economic and Business History Conference 2013

Theme: Markets, institutions and people in economic crisis and recovery

Dates and place: 14-16 February 2013, Seoul (South Korea)

Venue: Seoul National University

Organisation: Korean Economic History Society, in cooperation with the Institute of Economic Research (Seoul National University) and the Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand

Conference website: http://apebh2013.wordpress.com


Call for Papers

Papers and proposals for sessions are invited for the APEBH 2013 conference. The main theme is 'Markets, institutions and people in economic crisis and recovery', but the organisers are open to proposals for contributions on other topics in economic, social, and business history, as well as proposals for sessions on particular themes. Researchers across a broad range of disciplines are warmly welcomed. Early career researchers are encouraged to participate. The conference organisers are particularly interested in attracting papers that examine developments in countries and areas in the Asia-Pacific region and papers that provide an international comparative perspective.

During the recent Global Financial Crisis, various commentators heralded the end of globalisation. A few noted that the world economy as a whole, and also different economic regions had overcome major economic crises before. The global crisis of the 1930s and the Asian financial crisis of the 1990s were given as examples. Rogoff and Reinhart in This Time Is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly (2009) explained that throughout history rich and poor countries alike have been lending, borrowing, crashing and recovering their way through an extraordinary range of financial crises throughout history.

Are there indeed limits to how mankind learns from history? How did crises unfold in the past? What roles did product and factor markets play in how crises unfolded? What role did institutions play? How were recoveries from crises achieved? What was the human impact of crises? What are the lessons from comparative approaches to analysing crises across time and across countries? What lessons can be drawn from comparative historical perspectives for current and future crises?

Our theme could be approached from a number of perspectives, including those of the cliometrician, the economic historian, the economic theorist, the business historian, the applied economist, as well as the social historian. There is ample scope for new interpretations, new findings, as well as syntheses of existing work.

ALL ABSTRACTS, PROPOSALS FOR SESSIONS, AND PAPERS FOR REFEREEING OR POSTING ON THE CONFERENCE WEBSITE SHOULD BE EMAILED TO ALL FOUR MEMBERS OF THE PROGRAMME COMMITTEE:

Professor Chulhee Lee, Seoul National University, chullee@snu.ac.kr

Dr Duol Kim, Korea Development Institute, duolkim@kdi.re.kr

A/Professor Lionel Frost, Monash University, Lionel.Frost@BusEco.monash.edu.au

Dr Keir Reeves, Monash University, Keir.Reeves@monash.edu

Paper abstracts of one page may be submitted at any time up to the closing date of 30 November 2012. A decision on proposals will be made within a month of submission. Session proposals of one page may be submitted up to the same date, outlining the main objectives of the session and potential participants. You are not obliged to submit your full paper for refereeing. Complete versions of accepted papers should be sent to us by 4 February 2013 for posting on the conference website.

Some universities require staff attending conferences to have their papers refereed. If this is the case in your institution, please submit the full paper by the 30 November 2012 due date for the double blind refereeing process.

A conference paper prize will be awarded. A selection of papers (subject to the normal reviewing process and standards) may be published in Australian Economic History Review: An Asia-Pacific Journal of Economic, Business and Social History (see: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1467-8446)

Some support will be made available to graduate students wishing to participate in the conference. Further details will be available from the conference website: http://apebh2013.wordpress.com/

The web page of the Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand is: http://economichistorysociety.wordpress.com

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