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Caros sócios e subscritores da Newsletter da Associação Portuguesa de História Económica e Social,

A Direcção da APHES tem o gosto de anunciar uma nova etapa da série de Working Papers (WP) da APHES. À semelhança da larga maioria das publicações científicas, a Direcção decidiu atribuir a cada WP dois identificadores que ajudam à sua maior difusão: o Digital Object Identifier (DOI) atribuído individualmente a cada WP, e um International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) conferido a toda a série de WP.
Adicionalmente, os WP contam com uma nova Comissão Científica, presidida pelo nosso colega, Luciano Amaral (NOVA SBE), e da qual fazem parte Amélia Campos (CHSC, U. Coimbra), André Murteira (CHAM, U. NOVA Lisboa), António Castro Henriques (FEP), Filipa Ribeiro da Silva (IISH, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science), Mafalda Soares da Cunha (CIDEHUS, U. Évora) e Nuno Luís Madureira (ISCTE).
A série conta com dois novos contributos, em resultado de candidaturas ao Prémio APHES 2021, de Diogo Andrade Cardoso e Helena Carvalho:

Cardoso, Diogo Andrade. “Os números da emigração de Vitorino Magalhães Godinho: revisão historiográfica com o caso do Brasil na época moderna.” APHES Working Papers in Economic and Social History no. 2 (March 2022), pp. 1-27 https://doi.org/10.55462/wpaphes_a_502

Carvalho, Helena. “Land Inequality, Agricultural Productivity, and the Portuguese Agrarian Reform (1974-1976).” APHES Working Papers in Economic and Social History no. 3 (March 2022), pp. 1-32 https://doi.org/10.55462/wpaphes_a_503

Apelamos a todos os nossos amigos e sócios que façam circular esta informação.
Todas as informações estão disponíveis em: https://aphes.pt/index.php/working-papers.

Esperamos pelos V. contributos!
Cordialmente,
A Direcção da APHES

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Dear members and subscribers to the Newsletter of the Portuguese Association of Economic and Social History,

The APHES Executive Committee is pleased to announce a “new page” of the APHES Working Papers Series (WP). The Board decided to assign to each WP two identifiers that help the broader dissemination of the Series: a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) assigned individually to each WP and an International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) given to the whole WP Series.
Additionally, the APHES WP Series has a new Scientific Committee, chaired by our colleague, Luciano Amaral (NOVA SBE), and includes Amélia Campos (CHSC, U. Coimbra), André Murteira (CHAM, U. NOVA Lisboa), António Castro Henriques (FEP), Filipa Ribeiro da Silva (IISH, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science), Mafalda Soares da Cunha (CIDEHUS, U. Évora), and Nuno Luís Madureira (ISCTE).

The Series also has two new contributions as a result of the APHES Prize 2021:

Cardoso, Diogo Andrade. "Vitorino Magalhães Godinho's emigration figures: historiographical review with the case of Brazil in the modern period." APHES Working Papers in Economic and Social History no. 2 (March 2022), pp. 1-27 https://doi.org/10.55462/wpaphes_a_502

Carvalho, Helena. "Land Inequality, Agricultural Productivity, and the Portuguese Agrarian Reform (1974-1976)." APHES Working Papers in Economic and Social History no. 3 (March 2022), pp. 1-32 https://doi.org/10.55462/wpaphes_a_503

We would appreciate it if you could share this information widely.
For more details, check the APHES website: https://aphes.pt/index.php/working-papers.

We look forward to your contributions!

Best regards,
The APHES Executive Committee
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