I have recently received news that my dissertation (see here) was selected as a finalist for the Allan Nevins prize of the Economic History Association. As a result, I will be in San Jose (CA) between the 15th and the 17th of September to present my results in front of the members of the association.
For those who are interested, here are the papers that came out of my dissertation and their current publication status:
A Price Index for Canada, 1688 to 1850 (revise and resubmit to Canadian Journal of Economics).
Distinct from the Rest of North America: Living Standards in French Canada, 1688 to 1775 (second round of revisions requested from Explorations in Economic History).
Growth in the New World during the Colonial Era: Evidence from Canada, 1688 to 1790 (submitted to Canadian Journal of Economics).
The Wild Card: Colonial Paper Money in French North America, 1685 to 1719 (submitted to Journal of Money, Credit and Banking with Mathieu Bédard).
Were Wages That Low? Real Wages in the Strasbourg Regions Before 1775 (revise and resubmit to Journal of Interdisciplinary History).