Prizes for economic historians
Dr Judy Stephenson and Mr Cheng Yang have both received awards at the 2019 Economic History Society Annual Conference.
Judy Stephenson (visiting research affiliate, Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure) was awarded the T.S. Ashton prize - for the best article accepted for publication in the Economic History Review in the previous two calendar years by an early career researcher.
Cheng Yang (Peterhouse College and Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure) was joint winner of the New Researcher's Prize for his paper: The occupational structure of China 1736-1898 and the Great Divergence.