History: The All-UC Group in Economic History was founded in 1972 to energize faculty and graduate students from all campuses of the University of California. In the last 37 years it has organized an extensive series of research initiatives, conferences, seminar, and graduate student retreats that have made the University of California the world’s leading center for the study of economic history.
Funding: The Office of the President provides permanent funding for the Group's base budget. But the Group's wide-ranging activities have been made possible by additional support from internal and extramural sources, listed under “Donors and Co-Sponsors.”
Membership: The group welcomes as participants faculty and graduate students at any of the UC campuses with an interest in issues relating to economic history. If you would like inclusion on our mailing list please just send your details to Kathy Miner.
UC Berkeley wins $1.25 million grant for Economic History
A faculty group of All-UC Economic History affiliates at UC Berkeley, led by Barry Eichengreen, has launched an exciting new Economic History Lab, funded by a $1.25 million grant from the Institute of New Economic Thinking (INTE).
"Historical Perspectives on Political Elites and Economic Growth"
(May 31 - June 1, 2013)
"Economic and Political Inequality: Social Mobility, Economic Growth, and Inequality"
(April 5 - 6, 2013)
"All-UC Group Graduate Student Workshop"
(October 13, 2012)
"How Long is the Shadow of History? The Long-Term Persistence of Economic Outcomes"
(May 18 - 19, 2012)
"Science, Intellectual Property, and Innovation"
(March 23 - 25, 2012)
Information, Intermediation and Financial Markets"
(January 19 - 20, 2012)
"Transport, Institutions, and Economic Performance: Historical Perspectives"
(December 9 - 10, 2011)
"All-UC Group/Berkeley Economic History Laboratory Graduate Student Workshop"
(October 15, 2011)