X Iberomentrics 09 - 10 June 2021 Iberian Cliometric Workshop organised by the Nova School of Business and Economics (Carcavelos). Please check the provided link for more information on the call for papers.
UB - UC3M – UV: Inter-University PhD WEBINAR in Economic History 15 June 2020 14:30h - 16 June 2020 14:45h Link for the June 15th BBC session: https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/0db716ff4b7d4dc2b77014d70447c442
Link for the June 16th BBC session: https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/015bc404b3624b36b0ff897ce58a2821
CANCELLED due to COVID-19: 2nd GLOCREd Workshop “Approaching Innovation, Development and Inequality” 28 - 29 May 2020 This conference aims to offer scholars, working on topics related with GLOCREd aims, an opportunity to soundly discuss their work in progress. We welcome papers on topics related to the research developed by GLOCREd participating groups. It includes a wide range of topics such as: growth, regional development, international relations, inequality, poverty, technology, energy, finance, and immigration in a historical perspective. Likewise, GLOCREd research projects share a common belief in the relevance of history, economic theory, and statistics in the economic analysis of the abovementioned topics.
CANCELLED due to COVID-19. Seminar: David de la Croix (Université catholique de Louvain) 20 May 2020 David de la Croix (Université catholique de Louvain)
Universitat de Vaència, València, Spain
CANCELLED due to COVID-19. Seminar: Juan Infante-Amate (Universidad Pablo Olavide) 22 April 2020 Juan Infante-Amate (Universidad Pablo Olavide)
Universitat de València, València, Spain
Seminar (Universitat de València): Luis Almenar Fernández and Juan Vicente García Marsilla (Universitat de València) 04 March 2020 "Moda, emulación y clases sociales en la Valencia bajomedieval. Explorando el consumo textil a partir de inventarios de bienes"
Universitat de València, València, Spain
Seminar (Universitat de València) 29 January 2020 12:30h "Delegation of governmental Authority in historical perspectiva: Lordships, State capacity and development" Daniel Oto-Peralías (Universidad Pablo de Olavide). 3P17 Facultat d' Economía
Universitat de València
Seminar (Universitat de València) 16 January 2020 12:30h Jari Eloranta (University of Helsinki) "From welfare to welfare States: fiscal capacity and State formation in Sweden and Finland in the long-run". 3.P17 Facultat d'Economia
Seminar (Universitat de València) 11 December 2019 11:00h “El artesanado sedero y las fluctuaciones del mercado laboral en la Valencia preindustrial 1479-1836”. Speakers: Ricardo Franch Benavent and Daniel Muñoz Navarro (Universitat de València). 3P17, Facultat d' Economía
Universitat de València
14th Annual Meeting of the African Economic History Network 18 - 19 October 2019 “Global Dimensions of African Economic History”
Universitat de Barcelona
Inter-University PhD Workshop in Economic History (València, 13-14 June, 2019) 13 - 14 June 2019 The Inter-University PhD Workshop in Economic History will take place on 13-14th of June 2019 at the Universitat de València. It brings together PhD students from several universities (Universidad Carlos III, Universidad de Barcelona, Universitat de València). The workshop is organized by the Universitat de València with the support of GLOCREd.
IX IBEROMETRICS (Call for papers) 16 - 17 May 2019 Iberian Cliometric Workshop organised by the economics department of Universidad de Alcalá (UAH), with the collaboration of GLOCREd, and colleagues from Spanish and Portuguese institutions. Please check the provided link for more information on the call for papers.
Inter-University PhD Workshop in Economic History (UB - UC3M - UV) 14 - 15 June 2018 Inter-University PhD Workshop in Economic History organised by Universitat de Barcelona, Universidad Carlos III and Universitat de València will take place on 14-15 June, 2018 in Aula 107, Edifici 690, Facultat d'Economia i Empresa, Universitat de Barcelona.
Kapuscincski Development Lectures 22 February 2018 12:00h This lecture proposes a test between the two main economic views of poverty. In the first, the poor start at a low level of human and physical capital but that does not affect the opportunities they have access to. In the second, the starting level of physical and human capital determines the opportunities individuals have access to, and so two individuals who are identical in terms of preferences and ability, but differ in terms of initial wealth will have very different opportunities. Evidence from a four years panel of over 23K poor households in rural Bangladesh provides strong support to the unequal opportunities view. The poor have access to fewer opportunities and only a sizeable investment can get them out of the poverty trap and onto the same trajectory as those starting out with more resources.
The lecture will be given by Prof. Oriana Bandiera (LSE).
First GLOCREd workshop 24 November 2017 The first GLOCREd workshop will be held in the Universitat de València, November 24, 2017. Three manuscripts have been selected by the scientific committee of the workshop and they will have the opportunity of been discussed in the workshop, they will also benefit from a fast-track in Revista de Historia Económica/Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History.
Doctor Tommy Murphy, Università Bocconi, will give a seminar: “Following the poppy trail: causes and consequences of Mexican drug cartels”. In addition to that GLOCREd research groups will present their achievements and future projects.
European Historical Economics Society Conference 01 - 02 September 2017 The 12th European Historical Economics Society Conference will be held at the University of Tübingen to promote European research in economic history.
Scholars from leading universities and research institutions in Europe and further afield will present their latest work in one of the 50 sessions. The Conference will provide a forum for discussion and collegial debate.
For further information, please visit: http://ehes.org/ehes2017/ehes2017.html and http://www.uni-tuebingen.de/de/97026.
---- GLOCREd is glad to be one of the sponsors of the Conference.
8th World Congress of Cliometrics 04 - 07 July 2017 The spirit of World Clio is one of helpful scholarly discussion. Full papers are available to all participants in advance. Participants are expected to read the papers in advance and to come to sessions prepared for productive discussion. At the conference, authors are given 5 minutes to make an opening statement about the paper and then the floor will be opened for 40 minutes of discussion of the paper.
One of the features of Cliometrics meetings is the opportunity to network with your colleagues outside of the sessions. Part of the conference package includes a reception, a social outing, and a gala dinner, so there will be plenty of opportunities to meet both established scholars in the field and a new generation of economic historians.
The conference will be held at the Strasbourg Convention Center, France. You can officially register for the conference at:
GLOCREd is glad to be one of the sponsors of the Congress.
UC3M Inter-University PhD Workshop in Economic History 18 - 19 May 2017 The UC3M Inter-University PhD Workshop in Economic History will take place on the 18th and 19th of May, 2017 at the University Carlos III. It brings together PhD students from several European universities (Carlos III, Barcelona, Lund, Wien, Sciences-Po). The workshop is organized by the Universidad Carlos III and the Instituto Figuerola, with the support of GLOCREd and the University of Barcelona.
VIII IBEROMETRICS 20 - 21 April 2017 Iberian Cliometric Workshop organised by Institute for Advanced Research in Business and Economics (INARBE). Universidad Publica de Navarra (UPNA). Check the provided link for the call for papers.
AGRICLIOMETRICS III Quantitative Approaches to Rural, Agricultural and Environmental History 03 - 04 April 2017 The third AGRICLIOMETRICS conference is to be held in Cambridge on 3-4 April, 2017. It will be organized in Magdalene College, University of Cambridge, with the assistance of colleagues from the University of Zaragoza, Lund University and the University of Pisa.
Workshop: 'The New Economic Historians of Latin America' 20 January 2017 After a three successful meetings at LSE in London (2013), Geneva (2014) and Barcelona (2015) we are organizing the fourth round of the Workshop “the New Economic Historians of Latin America” in Madrid in January 2017 in collaboration with the LSE, the Instituto Figuerola of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, the GLOCREd network ‘Globalization, Growth and Inequality’ (ECO2015-71534 REDT), the Xarxa de Referència en Economia i Polítiques Públiques (Universitat de Barcelona), and the kind support of the FundaciÓn Areces (Madrid).
The workshop will take place in Madrid in the premises of Funcadión Areces.
Workshop: 'Capital humano en España - pasado y presente' 20 December 2016 09:45h The workshop 'Capital humano en España - pasado y presente' will take place the December the 20th 2017 in Ignasi Villalonga Room in the Faculty of Economy of the Universitat de València.
Check the link for more information.
II Jornada de Historia Económica 06 October 2016 Economic history day organized by the Banco de España. Different presentations and conferences will be held:
- La teoría cuantitativa del dinero. La demanda de dinero en España: 1883-1998 (paper).
- Endeudamiento dinástico y crisis financieras en la España de los Austria, 1557-1647: Corpus documental y estudio histórico (paper).
- The Great Depression: lessons for policy today (conference).
- A short introduction to the Historial Archive of the Banco de España (presentation).
- Economic crises and the lender of last resort: evidence from 19th Century France (paper).
- Central bank balance sheets and optimal government finance. The Bank of England during the French wars (paper).
- Voting for welfare? Comparative performance in Ibero-American democratization (paper).
- Health and welfare in Western Europe, 1900-1950 (paper).
Seminar (Universitat de València) 09 May 2016 18:00h Title: "Narcoeconomics: the problems of drugs trade and violence for Latin America's development"
Speaker: Alejandra Irigoin (London School of Economics)