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La Historia Económica en los planes de estudio europeos

Torregrosa Hetland, Sara LU (2016) In Nuevas perspectivas en la investigación docente de la historia económica
Abstract
This contribution analyses the presence of Economic History in the
undergraduate study programmes of some European countries. The objective is to offer a counterpoint to the Spanish experience, which will be addressed by other papers and is also likely the most known framework for most of the participants. We look at the total offer of Economic History courses, as well as at whether they are only included in the plans for Economics or Business programmes, or
they can also be a part of the curricula for other Social Sciences or Humanities studies. The point of departure is that it is fundamental that our discipline maintains relations with the related areas, and a clear presence in both its components, one of them being... (More)
This contribution analyses the presence of Economic History in the
undergraduate study programmes of some European countries. The objective is to offer a counterpoint to the Spanish experience, which will be addressed by other papers and is also likely the most known framework for most of the participants. We look at the total offer of Economic History courses, as well as at whether they are only included in the plans for Economics or Business programmes, or
they can also be a part of the curricula for other Social Sciences or Humanities studies. The point of departure is that it is fundamental that our discipline maintains relations with the related areas, and a clear presence in both its components, one of them being History.

Furthermore, we are interested in investigating if the different degrees of flexibility present in the countries, with respect to universities or to students themselves, play a role in the penetration of Economic History. Attention is mostly directed towards Sweden, where the discipline is quite extended. Secondarily, we also introduce perspectives on the United Kingdom and France.
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study programmes, course/module offerings, history, economics
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Nuevas perspectivas en la investigación docente de la historia económica
editor
Bringas, M.A. ; Catalán, E. ; Trueba , C. and Remuzgo, L.
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24 pages
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Editorial Universidad de Cantabria
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978-84-8102-785-3
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Spanish
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