Paul W. Rhode

Economic History Association Editorial Support

Research Project Description

These funds are awarded to assist Professor Paul Rhode in discharging his responsibilities as Editor of the Journal of Economic History. They may be used at his discretion in pursuit of that objective, but may not be paid to him as personal salary, used to buy down courses, or assessed as indirect costs. Examples of appropriate uses would be payment for administrative help or assistance with assigning and editing book reviews, or for the costs of travel to conferences that may result in an increase in the quantity and quality of submissions to the journal, or for the purchase of computer equipment or other software or information services that will make the job of serving as editor easier.

Funding: Economic History Association (Award Letter dated 7/13/15)

Funding Period: 8/1/2015 to 9/10/2018

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