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Welcome to the homepage of the International Economic History Association (IEHA)! The IEHA has been established in 1960, and unites economic historians from almost 40 countries in Africa, America, Asia, Europe and Oceania. Today the seat of the Associaction is Utrecht. The aims of the IEHA are to maintain and develop personal contacts between scholars interested in economic history and to encourage all forms of research and publications relevant to the development and diffusion of economic history. Every three or four years the IEHA organizes a World Economic History Congress. The association’s next congress will take place in Stellenbosch in 2012. (Homepage).

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The 16th World Economic History Congress 2012: The Economic History Society of Southern Africa and The Department of Economics, Stellenbosch University invite you to be part of the XVIth World Economic History Congress from 9-13 July 2012.

The congress format will follow a traditional plan with five days of plenary and parallel sessions and a strong emphasis on research and networking. Much of the debate will take place in parallel sessions hosted by specialist session hosts and there will be ample opportunity for audience participation, as well as time for networking – both vital to the success of the congress.

Social events include Opening and Closing Receptions and cultural evenings for delegates and accompanying persons. Delegates will be encouraged to bring their families, and an accompanying persons programme will be offered.

Hosted by Stellenbosch University and taking place on the campus in the heart of the world-renowned Cape Winelands – just a short distance from the beautiful city of Cape Town – the XVIth World Economic History Congress will offer participants a wonderful opportunity to take advantage of all that the Cape Winelands, Cape Town and South Africa have to offer.

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