Thirsk feinstein phd dissertation prize

Dissertation Prize | Jesus College, University of Oxford
Read More

Contact us

23/11/ · The Thirsk-Feinstein PhD Dissertation Prize is awarded each year by the Society to recognise a scholar considered to have written the best doctoral dissertation in economic and/or social history. Eligible candidates should be nominated by their dissertation supervisor or examiner. Last week, it was announced during the annual meeting of the Economic History Society, that Corinne Boter has won the Thirsk Feinstein Prize for best dissertation Corinne defended her thesis on 16 July at Wageningen University and was supervised by Ewout Frankema and myself. Robin Adams has won the Thirsk-Feinstein PhD Dissertation Prize, awarded to the best doctoral dissertation in economic and/or social history by the Economic History blogger.com won the prize for a DPhil thesis defended at the University of Oxford in entitled 'Shadow of a Taxman: how, and by whom, was the Republican Government financed in the Irish War of Independence ()?'.

News | Centre for Economic Demography School of Economics and Management
Read More

Sidöversikt

Dr Leigh Gardner, a graduate student at Jesus College, has been awarded the prestigious Thirsk-Feinstein PhD Dissertation Prize for her DPhil thesis entitled Making an Empire pay for itself: taxation and government expenditure in Kenya and Northern Rhodesia, The prize, worth £, is awarded annually by the Economic History Society for the best doctoral dissertation in Economic . Last week, it was announced during the annual meeting of the Economic History Society, that Corinne Boter has won the Thirsk Feinstein Prize for best dissertation Corinne defended her thesis on 16 July at Wageningen University and was supervised by Ewout Frankema and myself. Luciana Quaranta has received the prestigious Thirsk-Feinstein Prize for best dissertation in Economic and Social History in This is the first time the prize, which is awarded by the Economic History Society, goes to a PhD outside of UK and US.

Corinne Boter wins EHS Thirsk Feinstein Prize for best dissertation – Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk
Read More

Thirsk-Feinstein PhD Dissertation Prize

Last week, it was announced during the annual meeting of the Economic History Society, that Corinne Boter has won the Thirsk Feinstein Prize for best dissertation Corinne defended her thesis on 16 July at Wageningen University and was supervised by Ewout Frankema and myself. 23/11/ · The Thirsk-Feinstein PhD Dissertation Prize is awarded each year by the Society to recognise a scholar considered to have written the best doctoral dissertation in economic and/or social history. Eligible candidates should be nominated by their dissertation supervisor or examiner. Dr Leigh Gardner, a graduate student at Jesus College, has been awarded the prestigious Thirsk-Feinstein PhD Dissertation Prize for her DPhil thesis entitled Making an Empire pay for itself: taxation and government expenditure in Kenya and Northern Rhodesia, The prize, worth £, is awarded annually by the Economic History Society for the best doctoral dissertation in Economic .

Read More

Grants & prizes

23/11/ · The Thirsk-Feinstein PhD Dissertation Prize is awarded each year by the Society to recognise a scholar considered to have written the best doctoral dissertation in economic and/or social history. Eligible candidates should be nominated by their dissertation supervisor or examiner. Dr Leigh Gardner, a graduate student at Jesus College, has been awarded the prestigious Thirsk-Feinstein PhD Dissertation Prize for her DPhil thesis entitled Making an Empire pay for itself: taxation and government expenditure in Kenya and Northern Rhodesia, The prize, worth £, is awarded annually by the Economic History Society for the best doctoral dissertation in Economic . Robin Adams has won the Thirsk-Feinstein PhD Dissertation Prize, awarded to the best doctoral dissertation in economic and/or social history by the Economic History blogger.com won the prize for a DPhil thesis defended at the University of Oxford in entitled 'Shadow of a Taxman: how, and by whom, was the Republican Government financed in the Irish War of Independence ()?'.

Department of Economic History School of Economics and Management
Read More

Breadcrumb

Thirsk-Feinstein PhD Dissertation Prize. We award a prize of £1, annually for the best PhD in Economic and/or Social History. Deadline: 31 December. Apply now. Undergraduate Project Facility Grant The Society will consider applications for small grants . Luciana Quaranta has received the prestigious Thirsk-Feinstein Prize for best dissertation in Economic and Social History in This is the first time the prize, which is awarded by the Economic History Society, goes to a PhD outside of UK and US. Dr Leigh Gardner, a graduate student at Jesus College, has been awarded the prestigious Thirsk-Feinstein PhD Dissertation Prize for her DPhil thesis entitled Making an Empire pay for itself: taxation and government expenditure in Kenya and Northern Rhodesia, The prize, worth £, is awarded annually by the Economic History Society for the best doctoral dissertation in Economic .