Welcome to the
14th Swedish Economic History Meeting
in collaboration with the
2nd Annual Conference of the Scandinavian Society for Economic
and Social History
7-9 October 2021
at the School of Business, Economics and Law,
University of Gothenburg
Please remember to book your accomodation
The Unit for Economic History, Department of Economy and Society, School of Business, Economics
and Law, University of Gothenburg, on behalf of the Scandinavian Society for Economic and Social
History and the Swedish Economic History Society hereby invite scholars to the joint
fourteenth biannual Swedish Economic History Meeting and the second annual Conference of the Scandinavian Society for Economic and Social History.
The Swedish Economic History Meeting is established as an important forum for collaboration and dialogue amongst economic historians in Sweden and increasingly for colleagues from other Scandinavian countries and beyond. It is widely attended by PhD candidates as well as established researchers. As in Uppsala in 2019, this meeting is jointly organized as an All-Nordic conference. We hope that the conference will attract broad international participation.
The conference mainly consists of parallel working panels composed around proposals from contributors and prospective attendants from all over Scandinavia. A wide range of subject matters will be discussed. There will also be keynote presentations and special opportunities for doctoral students to present their thesis projects. Moreover, there will be administrative meetings for Heads of Departments and Director of studies, and for the national and Scandinavian Economic history associations.
The list of accepted panels is accessible through the link below. Those interested in presenting a paper in a particular panel should preferably contact the panel organizer directly. It is also possible, though, to submit paper proposals (including abstract) to the conference organizers: email@example.com. The deadline for paper proposals is May 31 2021. On June 7, we will require from the panel organizers the full list of papers (including abstracts) included in the panel.