Economic History Association (EHA) will take place in Boulder, Colorado, on September 16-18; the conference theme is “economic history and economic development.” The program brochure has now been posted on-line. Highlights include a Friday plenary session with Gustavo Franco, who will speak on “Money, Institutions and Development: Brazil’s Experience in the Late 20th Century,” and a plenary round table on “Beyond Institutions,” featuring Albert Fishlow, John Wallis, Gillian Hadfield, Nathan Nunn, and Christopher Udry.
Information about registration and accommodation can be found on the meeting website; note that the advance registration deadline is August 22, 2016, and that the group rate at the hotel expires on August 23. Questions may be addressed to the meeting coordinator, Jari Eloranta.
Abstracts and links to papers will be available on the EHA website closer to the conference date.