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Australian Economic History Review Event
The Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand would like to welcome you to a special event for the AEHR.
The July issue of the AEHR honours the contributions of Professor Jeffrey Williamson to Australian and Asia-Pacific economic history. The table of contents for the issue is below. Jeff has had an ongoing relationship with the AEHR as an author and a member of the editorial board since the 1980s. He has had a lifelong interest in Asia-Pacific economic history. The special event will be a launch for this issue. The event will consist of a brief introduction by the editor of the issue (Professor Andrew Seltzer, Royal Holloway) and a few words from Professor Williamson. Afterwards, it will be a social event, providing an opportunity for economic historians to catch up with each other.

Special issue:
‘Globalisation, Migration, Trade, and Growth: Honouring the Contribution of Jeff Williamson to Australian and Asia-Pacific Economic History’, Australian Economic History Review, 61(2).

1. Andrew J. Seltzer, Guest Editor’s Introduction
2. Timothy Hatton, ‘Emigration from the UK to the USA, Canada and Australia/New Zealand, 1870-1913: Quantity and Quality’
3. Kevin O’Rourke, Alan de Bromhead, Alan Fernihough, and Markus Lampe ‘Four great Asian trade collapses’
4. Sambit Bhattacharya, ‘Commodity boom-bust cycles and the resource curse in Australia: 1900 to 2017’
5. David Jacks & Martin Stuermer, ‘Dry bulk shipping and the evolution of maritime transport costs, 1850-2020’
6. Jeff Williamson & Laura Panza, ‘Always egalitarian? Australian earnings inequality 1870-1910’

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Jul 28, 2021 01:00 PM in London

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