Gregori Galofré Vilà of Universitat Pompeu Fabra in this voxeu piece: Economic history is a thriving subset of the field. This column uses network analysis to review the development of the discipline over the last 40 years. It illustrates how economic historians are interconnected through their research, identifies which scholars are the most cited by their peers, and reveals the central debates enlivening the discipline. It also shows that the rapid increase in the number of economic history publications since 2000 has been driven more by research at universities in continental Europe than by those in the US or UK. Social networks matter so much… This entry was posted on January 15, 2020 at 10:31 am and is filed under Academic
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