Series 230 - ANU Department of Economic History administrative files, research material and publications

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AU ANUA 230

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ANU Department of Economic History administrative files, research material and publications

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  • 1952 - 1997 (Creation)

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4.5 m (14 type 1, 5 type 5 and 4 type 10 boxes)

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(1951 - c. 1997)

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The Department of Economic History was first established as a program of the Department of Economics, Research School of Social Sciences in 1951 with the appointment of Noel George Butlin as Senior Research Fellow. It became the Department of Economic History, Institute of Advanced Studies when Canberra University College amalgamated with the Australian National University in 1960.

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There are administrative files maintained by the head of the department and files relating to seminars and conferences, research material of Professor Noel Butlin and Lloyd Robson, and publications including conference proceedings, Working Papers in Economic History nos. 1-197 (no. 72 is missing), and Source Papers in Economic History nos. 1-20.

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Open access under a thirty-year rule

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Prepared by Maggie Shapley on 7 September 2007; revised 28 November 2007

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