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The Centennial Issue of the Discussion Papers in Economic and Social History

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  • Rui Esteves

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On the occasion of the hundredth issue of the Discussion Papers, this special number contains reflections on the past and future of economic and social history at Oxford and in general. Five scholars, who have been associated with the subject at Oxford, contribute with personal reflections on this topic. Two introductory studies survey the record of the Discussion Papers and the history of the discipline at Oxford, focussing on the organisation of the teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels and on the research lineages initiated by the faculty in post since the war.

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  • Rui Esteves, 2012. "The Centennial Issue of the Discussion Papers in Economic and Social History," Economics Series Working Papers Number 100, University of Oxford, Department of Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:oxf:wpaper:number-100
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