The Centre for Institutions and Economic History promotes innovative inter-disciplinary research on economic institutions, behavioural economics and economic history. Its research provides rigorous analysis and long-run historical perspectives on topical issues.
The Centre was established in 2000 as a co-operative venture between the Departments of Economics, Classics, History and Archaeology, together with the Henley Business School, the Henley Centre for Entrepreneurship and the International Capital Markets Association Centre. It has associate members in many universities in Britain and Europe.
Director: Professor Mark Casson, Department of Economics, University of Reading.
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