Economic and Social History - Universiteit Utrecht.
The MRes provides essential training for PhD study in Economic and Social History, as well as an opportunity to develop particular interests in the history of different countries and periods through taught modules and a dissertation of up to 25,000 words on a topic of your choosing within the MRes programme subject area.
Candidates with a first degree in economics and a strong interest in quantitative approaches may wish to consider applying to MSc Quantitative Economic History Those aiming to purse a PhD in economic history or a related field should consider the MSc Economic History (Research) programme.
The Economic History research group is part of a large and active community of economic and social historians based in Oxford. Many group members are associated with the recently established Oxford Centre for Economic and Social History (OCESH), which brings together colleagues working across different departments in Oxford to create one of the largest clusters of economic and social.
The MSc in Economic and Social History is run jointly with the Department of Economics and the Faculty of History. This one-year specialist course offers a unique framework for research training in economic and social history.
MSc in Economic and Social History. A dissertation of not more than 15,000 words on a topic of the student's choice, submitted in August. Students will begin to formulate and plan their dissertation in conjunction with their supervisors from the beginning of the course. MPhil in Economic and Social History. A dissertation of not more than.
The Economic and Social History Workshop is a weekly forum that discusses all aspects of economic and social history covering a broad chronological and geographical remit. We meet fortnightly in Lent term on Mondays in Room 5, Faculty of History from 12.30 to 1.30pm.
Faculty at QUCEH are always willing to hear from individuals wishing to pursue a PhD in an economic history topic, broadly defined to include accounting, business and financial history. In terms of academic background, we have a preference for individuals who have undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Economics, Finance, Management or cognate disciplines.