Registration 15th EHES Conference, Vienna, Austria

Registration for the conference is now open.

Below, you find the rates for members and non-members.

To become a member the European Historical Economics Society please click here. Members of the Society are entitled to receive the European Review of Economic History free of charge.

Early registration has ended, please use the “regular” registration below.

All conference registrations include lunch on Friday and Saturday as well as coffee breaks in the mornings and afternoons. We thank the conference sponsors that enable us to keep the conference cost affordable.

The Conference Dinner will take place at the Luftburg restaurant in the Prater (amusement) park within walking distance from Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), the conference venue. Luftburg is the largest fully certified organic restaurant in the world and serves a variety of traditional Austrian and international dishes. We will have a three-course menu with beer, wine and/or non-alcoholic drinks at your choice.

Please register for the conference via the payment system of Vienna University of Economics and Business by clicking on the link corresponding to your choice:

Member early (€ 95).
Non-Member early (€ 145).
Member early & dinner (€ 185).
Non-Member early & dinner (€ 235).

Member regular (€ 145):
Non-Member regular (€ 195):
Member regular & dinner (€ 235):
Non-Member regular & dinner (€ 285):

Dinner only (€ 90): (for accompanying persons or if you need to book your dinner separately – it will create a separate booking confirmation and lead to a separate invoice).

The system will send you an automatic booking confirmation. We will issue formal invoices periodically when we receive the registration information from WU’s accounting office. If you need invoices urgently, please contact us at

All proponents of papers or speakers in sessions and all members of the EHES have been sent an email with special rates and conditions for hotels around the conference venue, including a small selection of hotels in the city center. If you have not received this email, please contact us at for the corresponding information. Of course, Vienna has many more hotels and ways of accommodation.

There will be at least 10 bursaries of up to €500 each to help PhD students cover the costs of travel and accommodation if their institutions do not routinely cover these costs. If you want to apply, please send an email with cost justification (transport/hotel costs) to before June 30, 2023. Bursaries will normally be paid out as refunding for actual expenses and require handing in formal receipts.

If you have any further inquiries, please write to us through or via the contact form.