Cornell University

For Support Of The History Of Capitalism Summer Camp

The History of Capitalism Summer Camp seeks to reinvigorate the field of economic history by offering graduate students and junior faculty an intense introduction to quantitative methods, economic theory, and corporate research. Few history graduate students are trained in econometrics and statistics, much less financial accounting. These skills in and of themselves can produce useful historical answers, but, equally importantly, if historians are to meaningfully engage with other disciplines, these skills sets are essential. “Campers” have described the experience as transformative for historical research. The grant will make greater access possible for under-funded graduate students.
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