The Global Status of Economic History

@article{Baten2012TheGS,
  title={The Global Status of Economic History},
  author={Jorg Baten and Julia Christiane Muschallik},
  journal={Economic History of Developing Regions},
  year={2012},
  volume={27},
  pages={113 - 93}
}
ABSTRACT How many economic historians are there? In which countries or regions are they concentrated? What can we learn from the number of economic historians participating in world congresses, and which determinants encourage or limit participation? Using an e-mail questionnaire, we analyse the discipline's global status. Overall 59 countries were surveyed in this overview. Although the majority of economic historians are concentrated in rich countries, developing regions do have a substantial… Expand
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