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The Scandinavian Economic History Review

Chers collègues,
Editeur associé de la Scandinavian Economic History Review, je souhaite
encourager les historiens francophones à soumettre des articles en anglais
dans cette revue. Le champs des articles acceptés par le journal va au-delà
de l’aire culturelle scandinave. L’équipe éditoriale souhaite promouvoir les
contributions de qualité dans le domaine de l’histoire économique, sociale et
de l’histoire des entreprises sans exclusives méthodologiques.
Je vous invite à consulter le site de Taylor & Francis Online
(http://www.tandfonline.com/action/journalInformation?show=editorialBoard&journalCode=sehr20#.UjnA9rxbaVE
)qui publie la revue dont l’objet est défini ci-dessous :

The Scandinavian Economic History Review has been published since 1952 by the
Scandinavian Society of Economic and Social History.

The journal publishes articles and reviews in the fields of economic,
business and social history with a specific, but not exclusive interest in
Scandinavia. The journal also publishes contributions from closely related
fields and articles dealing with theoretical and methodological issues.

The editors aim to reflect contemporary research, thinking and debate in
these fields, within Scandinavia and throughout the world. The journal thus
comprises a broad variety of aspects and approaches to economic and social
history, ranging from macroeconomic history to business history, from
quantitative to qualitative studies.
Si vous avez un projet de publication, n’hésitez pas à me contacter.
Bien cordialement

Ludovic Cailluet
Professeur des Universités
Université du Littoral
CRM (UMR CNRS 5303) Université Toulouse 1

http://www.linkedin.com/in/cailluet

Histoire des faits économiques (Histoire antique et médiévale) – Guillaume Daudin, plan de cours

Ce cours s’intéresse à l’histoire économique du monde depuis l’origine de l’humanité jusqu’aux débuts de l’époque moderne. Deux questions seront abordées: qu’est-ce qui explique la suprématie de l’Eurasie sur les autres parties du monde au XVIe siècle ? L’Europe médiévale est-elle exceptionnelle par rapport à l’économie antique et aux autres zones géographiques?

Plan du cours.

On the status and the Future Economic History in the World, de Jörg Baten et Julia Muschallik

Abstract

In spite of a rapid globalization of our discipline, surprisingly little is known about economic history as a discipline and the scholars who are representing it: How many economic

historians are there in the world? In which countries or world regions are they concentrated, and where are they lacking? Can we explain differences in the number of economic historians

who are participating on world congresses, and which determinants encourage or limit participation propensity? We also provide a forecast of world congress participation in 2012.

This study is based on the first initiative to estimate the extent of the field in the world. Using an email questionnaire we analyze the global situation of this discipline. Overall 59

countries could be surveyed in this overview, including countries such as Vietnam, Ghana and Haiti. We estimate the overall number of economic historians in the world to be around

10,400 scholars, and the numbers of the global elite that had some economic history exposure around 39 million.

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