Professor Nick Crafts elected Fellow of the Cliometric SocietyWednesday 25 May 2016
The Cliometric Society has just announced the members of the 2015 class of Fellows of the Cliometric Society:
2015 Class of Fellows of the Cliometric Society
|Michael Bordo||Nicholas Crafts||Michael Haines|
|Naomi Lamoreaux||Cormac O'Grada||John Wallis|
Professor Michael Bordo (Rutgers), Professor Nicholas Crafts (Warwick), Professor Michael Haines (Colgate), Professor Naomi Lamoreaux (Yale), Professor Cormac O'Grada (University College Dublin), Professor John Wallis (Maryland), Professor Eugene White (Rutgers).
The Cliometrics Society is an academic organisation of individuals interested in the use of economic theory and statistical techniques to study economic history. Founded in 1983, The Cliometrics Society maintains a worldwide membership of respected and influential practitioners in both academic and professional fields.
Each year the Society honours outstanding scholarship in the field of economic history through its election of Fellows of the Society. Fellows must have published contributions to economic history that are markedly original and have significantly advanced the frontiers of knowledge. To be eligible, a Fellow must be, or upon election become, a member of the Cliometric Society. Fellows are elected annually by a majority vote of the Board of Trustees.