Associazione per la Storia Economica (ASE) and Fondazione Luigi Einaudi, two institutions that took great advantage from Stefano Fenoaltea’s (1943-2020) scientific engagement over the last years of activity, are organizing a joint workshop to reassess Fenoaltea’s legacy, not least to promote it among younger scholars, whom will be provided special attention in the selection process.
Guest Editors: Michele Postigliola, Mauro Rota, Donatella Strangio, and Jacob Weisdorf (Sapienza University of Rome), and Anna Missiaia (Gothenburg University).
The regional divide between the north and the south of Italy is the largest within Europe. Its historical roots have received considerable attention from economic historians. This is captured by a wave of recent quantitative studies attempting to track regional differences back to the country’s political unification, in 1861.
Call for Papers for the Special Issue, Guest Editors: Brian A’Hearn (Pembroke College, University of Oxford, United Kingdom) and Giacomo Gabbuti (St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford, United Kingdom).
Despite its importance in Italian and European history, scholarly understanding of the operation of the Italian economy during the fascist regime is still far from complete. Continue
Deadline for submissions: 30 September 2020 / Planned publication: 2021