Programme P or P

Programme Publish or Perish 28th of February 2013

9.00-9:10: welcome and intro (T. De Moor)

9:10-10:00: Where, when, what, and how to publish (including part on academic journals)? (J. Weisdorf)

10:00-10:30: editing a book (after a conference) (T. De Moor)

10:30-10:45: break

10:45-11:15: Give me that catchy title! (T. De Moor)

11:15-11:45: Opportunities and problems of commissioned research (K. Sluyterman)

11:45-12:15: Getting a very thick skin (M. Prak)

12:00-13:30: lunch break + presentations by all participants (5 minutes max per person)

13:30-15:00: evaluation of presentation and working on individual paper (T. De Moor/J. Weisdorf/JL Van Zanden/E. Frankema)

15:00-15:15: break

15:15-15:45:  Book publishing (Bas van Bavel)

15:45-16:30: discussion/questions/wrap-up

16:30: drinks

Participating students:

Surname

Title of Dissertation

Name of your University and faculty (full name please)

Workshop

Woltjer

The Real Impact of the Great Depression, Europe ca. 1935

University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business

JvZ

Buzasi

The balance sheet of colonization - An institutional approach

Utrecht University Research Institute for History and Culture (OGC)

EF

Wahl

Path Dependeny and Multiple Equilibria in Economic History

University of Hohenheim, Faculty of Economics- Business and Social Sience

JvZ

Malinowski

Understanding Polish Underdevelopment in the Early Modern Period

Utrecht University, Humanities

TDM

Martín Retortillo

Essays on international differences in agricultural productivity in a long term vision

University of Zaragoza. Faculty of Economy and Business

TDM

Gärtner

White Picket Finance. Government Internventions in the US Mortgage Market

Free University Berlin, John F. Kennedy Institute, Department of Economics

EF

Dilli

Agency and The Polity

Utrecht University/ Faculty of Humanities

JW

Gómez-León

The rise of the middle classes and the economic growth in historical perspective: The Brazil’s experience in the XX century

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

JvZ

Marchand

‘For the talented and unfortunate. 200 years of student grants in The Netherlands – its contribution to accessibility of higher

Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Faculty of Arts, Department of History

JW

Löwengart

Swedish Benefactors of Public Concert Institutions

Uppsala University, Faculty of Arts

TDM

De Pleijt

The Role of Human Capital in the Process of Economic  Development: The Case of England, 1307-1900

Utrecht University

EF