Artículos: Calls for papers

1) 2016 LSE Graduate Seminar in Economic History Michaelmas Term. Call for Papers. PhD students conducting research in the field of economic history are invited to apply. The LSE Graduate Seminar in Economic History is intended for the presentation of papers (or chapters) at an advanced stage of research. Papers may address any historical period, region, or theme within economic history, but must constitute a substantial contribution to a scholarly debate within the discipline. In order to apply, submit a CV and either of the following: a) a draft of the paper to be presented or b) an extended abstract of the paper to be presented, consisting of not less than 1,000 words. Seminar convenors: Mattia Bertazzini (, Brian Varian (, and Franz Zobl ( no later than Friday, 29 July 2016. 

2) The 2017 annual conference of the Economic History Society will be hosted by Royal Holloway, University of London, from 31 March – 2 April. Call for Academic Papers: Proposals on all aspects of economic and social history covering a wide range of periods and countries, and particularly welcomes papers of an interdisciplinary nature. Deadline: 5 September 2016. Proposals should please be submitted online by following the links on the conference website. Any queries should please be directed to: Maureen Galbraith.

3) XVI Biennial IASC-Conference 'Practicing the Commons: Self-Governance, Cooperation, and Institutional Change'. Utrecht from 10-14 July 2017. Call for papers, panels, and posters. Deadline: 15 October 2016. The local organizers of the XVIth Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Commons ( welcome abstracts for papers, panels, and posters to be presented at this conference, to be held in Utrecht, The Netherlands, from 10 to 14 July 2017. All abstracts should be submitted via the IASC Conference Registration system: