Newsletters of scholarly associations are curious artefacts that provide an association’s membership with relevant information (about the latest publications, the relevant calls for papers, the recent prize winners, etc.) and allow the association’s officials to communicate on strategic matters.
Anyone with access to an association’s archive can get a real sense of how concerns and strategies have evolved over time. The changing format of a newsletter is equally telling, reflecting technological developments and transformations of communication practices.
The rich history of EAEPE, Europe’s most important pluralist network of institutional and evolutionary economists broadly defined, can now be better appreciated: the archive of all EAEPE Newsletters, including scans of issues released between 1989 and 2005, is available below.
Please note that some issues are missing. If you have these issues and are able to scan them please write to email@example.com.