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VI Seminar in Economic History, sponsored by the Bank of Spain

The Bank of Spain cordially invites you to assist and participate in the VI Seminar in Economic History, which will be held next October 8th, 2020, in its central headquarters in Madrid (address: Alcalá, 48, Madrid)

The Seminar aims to bring together scholars from all over the world to discuss current academic work. The organizers encourage the presentation of papers that contribute to the progress of the discipline, providing new insights in all historical periods and areas of investigation. Any presentation of a proposal of new research in the field of Spanish, and International economic history, will be welcomed.

Scholars are invited to submit their proposals before June 15th to Authors of accepted papers will be notified by the end of June. Submission of full texts is preferred, although extended abstracts may also be considered.

The final version of the selected papers must be submitted to the Bank of Spain before September 10th, to allow time for distribution.

We are looking forward to receiving your submissions and welcoming you to Madrid. Please feel free to distribute the call for papers to other interested researchers.

Seminar Organizers/Scientific Committee: Pablo Martín-Aceña (Universidad de Alcalá), Galo Nuño (Banco de España), Eva Ortega (Banco de España) María Ángeles Pons (Universidad de Valencia)

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