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Call for Proposals for Special Issue: ‘Agriculture and Economic Development’

Call for papers for a special issue of the Scandinavian Economic History Review on ‘Agriculture and Economic development’
The deadline for submissions is November 30, 2019.


The Scandinavian Economic History Review invites submissions for a special issue on ‘Agriculture and Economic Development’. A full description of the topic and suggested areas for contributions is available here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03585522.2019.1568823. Potential contributors are encouraged to contact the editor responsible, Professor Paul Sharp (University of Southern Denmark, pauls@sam.sdu.dk) to discuss their topics and approach in advance of the deadline.

Please note in addition, that the Scandinavian Economic History Review (SEHR) is offering the possibility for participants at the conference on ‘Dynamics, Economic Growth, and International Trade, DEGIT – XXIV’ in Odense, Denmark from August 22–23, 2019 (see http://degit.sam.sdu.dk/) to submit their papers for fast track consideration for the special issue. The special issue will consist of five to six individual papers, subjected to blind peer review and will also be edited by Paul Sharp. All contributions should be based on original new research and will be subject to normal peer-review process. Papers submitted by November 30, 2019, to the SEHR online submission platform (https://www.tandfonline.com/loi/sehr20) will receive initial decisions by the end of February
2020. Please note in your cover letter that you presented at the DEGIT XXIV conference, and wish to be considered for the fast track.

Paul Sharp (www.keynes.dk)
pauls@sam.sdu.dk

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