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The book nonetheless has its limitations, most of which can be laid at the feet of its "publisher," the International Maritime Economic History Association.
Eichengreen, 'Economic History and Economic Policy', Presidential address to the Economic History Association, Boston 2011, http://www.
He also served as president of the Economic History Association in 2010-11.
Jeremy Atack is President-Elect of the Economic History Association (he assumes the Presidency in September 2011).
He has also served as president of the Economic History Association, the Western Economics Association International, and the International Society for the New Institutional Economics.
Michael Haines was recently elected Vice President of the Economic History Association.
Timothy Guinnane was elected to the NBER's Board of Directors this fall to represent the Economic History Association.
Gary Libecap was President of the Western Economics Association and President of the Economic History Association in 2006.
For his dissertation, Taylor was awarded the Alexander Gerschenkron Prize by the Economic History Association.
The author of more the 150 scholarly articles and 20 books on economic history and development, Williamson served as President of the Economic History Association in 1994-5.
He also served on the NBER's Board of Directors from 1967 to 1986, representing the Economic History Association.
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