Department of Economic History and International Relations

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The Political Economy of Agrarian Change in Latin America

The Political Economy of Agrarian Change in Latin America

The new book by Matilda Baraibar is an original contribution to the discussion about agro-food exporting governmental policy in Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay.

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EU funding for “Worlds of Related Coercions in Work”

Fia Sundevall, associate professor at the Dept. of Economic History & International relations, is part of a large international research network – "Worlds of Related Coercions in work" – which was recently approved funding from the EU's framework programmes (COST actions).

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Program grant of SEK 2 million awarded

Researchers at the department have been awarded a program grant of SEK 2 million for the project ”Swedish housing prices from the Middle Ages to the present: Long term trends and fluctuations”.

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