THE ECONOMIC CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

THE ECONOMIC CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

19/09/2014 13:00 - 20/09/2014 13:00


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The Conference aims to highlight the economic causes and consequences of World War I up to the onset of the Great Depression and the role and impact of economic ideas and ideologies of the time. The Conference especially encourages papers dealing with the state of the economy preceeding WWI and the consequences of the war and its aftermath. These, like other papers can be written from the theoretical, political economy and international political economy or other economic perspectives. Papers dealing with the economic history of Southeast Europe are especially encouraged. Papers written from other regional perspectives are also more than welcome.