The Warren J. and Sylvia J. Samuels Young Scholars Program

The Samuels Young Scholars Program is dedicated to growing the field of the History of Economic Thought. The Samuels Young Scholars Program began in 2000 as an initiative from Dr. Sandra Peart. It is designed to support and highlight research by PhD candidates and early career scholars who have obtained their PhDs within the last three years. The program received generous financial support from Warren and Sylvia Samuels.

The Young Scholars Program offers two levels of awards. Those chosen for the first level of award will receive a $600 travel stipend, free registration to the conference, tickets to the conference reception, to the Neil Niman Young Scholars Luncheon, and to the banquet. Also included is a year’s membership of the society and subscription to the society’s Journal for the History of Economic Thought. Ten Young Scholars will be selected annually to receive this awards.

An additional ten Young Scholars will be selected to receive free registration to the conference, tickets to the conference reception, to the Neil Niman Young Scholars Luncheon, and to the banquet. Also included is year’s membership of the society and subscription to the society’s Journal for the History of Economic Thought

Individuals may apply by submitting an abstract of 500 to 1000 words to 2018heschicago@gmail.com along with their CV.

Decisions will be made by the Young Scholars Committee of Robert Dimand (chair), Beatrice Cherrier, and Tiago Mata.

Any individual eligible to apply as a Young Scholar is able to submit their conference paper to the Young Scholars Committee for the award of Best Conference Paper by a Young Scholar. 

http://historyofeconomics.org/best-conference-paper-by-a-young-scholar/

Details on how to apply will be provided to conference attendees. 

 

Young Scholars 2017

Camila Orozco Espinal, Ecole des Hautes Etudes, Paris

Natalia Tammone, University of Sao Paolo

Edward Teather-Posadas, University of Colorado

Alexandre Truc, Universite de Paris I

Davide Villani, Open University, UK