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2011 CNEH Conference: Education, Migration, and Human Capital

Conference Date: Thursday, June 2, 2011

Location: Ottawa, Ontario

Theme: Education, Migration, and Human Capital

Keynote Speakers: George Boyer, Cornell University and Tim Guinnane (Yale University)

On behalf of the friends and colleagues of Mary MacKinnon and Alan Green, the Canadian Network for Economic History would like to dedicate its 2011 conference to their memory. During the 2011 CNEH conference we will discuss an appropriate, permanent memorial that recognizes the contributions made by Mary and Alan to our discipline.

The conference programme is available online and a number of the papers to be presented are available as PDF downloads by clicking on the paper title.

Accommodation Information

We have been able to book a limited number of rooms for the conference at:

Hotel Indigo


123 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, ON
The hotel website is: http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/in/hotel/YOWID?a=b&hotelCode=YOWID
Please try to book early because we were only able to block book a limited number of rooms for Wednesday June 1-Sunday June 5.
To receive the conference rate refer to "Canadian Economics Association (History)" when booking.

CEA Registration Information

Information about registration for the Canadian Economic Association Meeting can be found at: http://economics.ca/2011/en/registration.php. Please note that authors do not need to resubmit their abstracts through the CEA online submission process.

CNEH Dinner

On Thursday, June 2 Pat Coe is organizing an informal dinner at the Courtyard Restaurant (21 George Street in the Byward market). Anyone interested in attending this dinner should contact Pat to confirm.
The restaurant website is: http://www.courtyardrestaurant.com/
Please email Pat at patrick_coe@carleton.ca if you would like to attend.

CNEH 2011 Conference Programme

The conference programme is now available as a PDF download.

 

The network supports the Canadian Economics Association, the Canadian Historical Association and organizations allied with Economic History Services.

 


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