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CFP: Asia-Pacific Economic and Business History Conference 2013

The 2013 Asia-Pacific Economic and Business History (APEBH) Conference will meet at Seoul National University in Seoul, South Korea, on February 14-16. The meeting is being organized by the Korean Economic History Society in cooperation with the Institute of Economic Research (Seoul National University) and the Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand.

Proposals for papers and sessions are invited for the APEBH 2013 conference. The main theme is "Markets, Institutions and People in Economic Crisis and Recovery," but the organizers are open to proposals for contributions on other topics in economic, social, and business history, as well as proposals for sessions on particular themes. Researchers across a broad range of disciplines are warmly welcomed. Early career researchers are encouraged to participate. The conference organizers are particularly interested in attracting papers that examine developments in countries and areas in the Asia-Pacific region and papers that provide an international comparative perspective.

All abstracts, session proposals, and papers needing refereeing or to be posted on the conference website should be emailed to all four members of the program committee:
Professor Chulhee Lee, Seoul National University, chullee@snu.ac.kr
Dr Duol Kim, Korea Development Institute, duolkim@kdi.re.kr
A/Professor Lionel Frost, Monash University, Lionel.Frost@BusEco.monash.edu.au
Dr Keir Reeves, Monash University, Keir.Reeves@monash.edu
One-page paper abstracts and session proposals may be submitted at any time up to the closing date of November 30, 2012.

For further details, please see the full call for papers.

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