Accepted Sessions

List of sessions accepted after first call (closed on July 8, 2019).

  • Akita Shigeru, « The Oil Crises and Transformation of International Economic Order in Asia in the 1970s »
  • Alfani Guido, « Inequality and social mobility in preindustrial times »
  • Arnoux Mathieu, « What are renewable energy systems? Economic history approaches to a technological problem »
  • Austin Gareth, « Economic Change in Africa Since Independence »
  • Avallone Paola, « Microcredit as a Resource for the « Less Poor »? Comparing Models in the Historical Perspective from the Middle Ages to the Present »
  • Beltran Tapia Francisco, « Sex ratios in history: 30 years after Sen’s missing girls »
  • Bengtsson Tommy, « Inequality, economic stress and demographic behaviour over recent centuries: Eurasia and Beyond »
  • Bennett Robert, « Entrepreneurship in business history »
  • Borovoy Vasily, «  »The material base of communism »: Technological developments and resources in the Soviet economy »
  • Brilli Catia, « The great intermediation’. Sourcing American silver for the early-modern global economy (16th-18th centuries) »
  • Burnette Joyce, « Mismeasuring Women’s Work: Challenges and Strategies »
  • Castillo Hidalgo Daniel, « Integrating the World economy: seaports and coal markets, 1850-1930s »
  • Chaudhary Latika, « Cities, Religion and Institutions in British India »
  • Cogneau Denis, « Political Economy of Colonialism 19th-21st century »
  • Contente Claudia, « Female Life Course and Patterns of Worklife Balance in Preindustrial Societies: Historical Perspectives on Women’s Paid and Unpaid Labour »
  • D’ercole Cecilia, « Oil in the Ancient Near-East and Mediterranean: Landscapes, Techniques and Uses »
  • Daudin Guillaume, « New approaches to the consequences of trade agreements »
  • David Celetti, « Transition Recession in FSU States: Causes and Consequences in Comparative and Diachronic Perspective »
  • David Pretel, « The Natural Dyes of the Americas: A Forgotten Chapter in the History of the International Economy (16th-19th Centuries) »
  • De Sampaio Antonio Carlos, « The role of informal economies in the construction of social and racial hierarchies in eighteenth-century Portuguese America »
  • Dhermy-Mairal Marine, « Statistics as commons: a collective resource for knowledge vs. an instrument for domination? »
  • Dincecco Mark, « Beyond Europe: Long-Run Development Across Late Modernizers in Eurasia »
  • Dominguez Rodrigo, « State Capacity, Welfare States and Colonial Relationships in the Long Run »
  • Ducoing Cristián, « Natural Capital, Resources and Sustainability in historical perspective »
  • Erickson Amy, « Occupation and Gender in 19th- and 20th-century Censuses »
  • Erickson Amy, « The Roots of the Modern Tertiary Sector: Services in Pre-industrial times »
  • Erickson Amy, « Disaggregating Development: Regional Variation in Occupational Structure »
  • Esteves Rui, « Debt Consolidations in History »
  • Eugene White, « The Role of Supervision in the Financial Stability Mandate »
  • Fauri Francesca, « Migration between Europe and Africa: Causes, Policies, Relationships »
  • Fava Valentina, « CMEA and the Global Economy: Managing Resource Flows in the Cold War World »
  • Fernandez Alexandre, « Public services in Latin America and Europe: Circulation of capital, financing and foreign investment; Water supply, electricity, rail and tramways (19th and 20th centuries) »
  • Fernández Pérez Paloma, « Session Proposal Hospitals and Welfare in the 20th Century »
  • Fochesato Mattia, « Ancient and prehistoric inequality: new methods and insights »
  • Forbes Neil, « Off the shore: Taxation, Multinational Enterprise, and Organisational Change »
  • Forero-Laverde German, « Financial resources and institutions: The long-run evolution of financial markets »
  • Frederick Katharine, « From Great Divergence to (partial) convergence: Tracing industrial transformations in the Global South, 1800-2000 »
  • Fusaro Maria, « Risk Management, Mutual Protection and Transaction Costs in Maritime Trade (16th-18th Centuries) »
  • Gallardo Albarran Daniel, « Living standards over the long term: new perspectives on measurement frameworks »
  • Garcia Gomez Jose Joaquin, « New Approaches to the Global Mining History: the Social Effects of Ore Extraction »
  • Gouarné Isabelle, « The rise and fall of planning in divided Europe (1950s-1970s) »
  • Grancher Romain, « Between Sea, States and Markets: Coastal Commons and Marine Resources in early modern and modern History »
  • Grieco Viviana, « Invisible Resources: Women’s Work, Social Reproduction and Global Networks of Care »
  • Häggqvist Henric, « Frictions of trade policy: tariffs for protection or for revenue? »
  • Haupert Michael, « The State of Economic History: A Global Perspective »
  • Houssaye Michienzi Ingrid, « Trans-Saharan and Saharan Trade: new approaches and new sources to a global economic system (800-1800) »
  • Ishizu Mina, « Multiplex Payments System and Central Banking »
  • Jerven Morten, « Urban Bias Re-visited: Learning from new data sets on occupations and wages in Africa and Beyond »
  • Kabadayi M. Erdem, « Geospatial analysis of interlinked regional economic histories: structural and demographic change, agricultural production, and transport in Southeast Europe and Anatolia, 1840s-1940s »
  • Kajima Jun, « China’s Textile Industry and Long-Term Modernization: Labor, Technology, and Market Perspectives »
  • Kuroda Akinobu, « Complementarity between Exogenous Money and Endogenous Money in Global History »
  • Kypta Ulla, « Ethical codes as resources for economic actors. Merchants, bankers, and theologians in the Middle Ages »
  • La Croix Sumner, « Government and the Economy »
  • La Mela Matti, « Global Patent Networks and Knowledge Dissemination in the Last 200 Years »
  • Labardin Pierre, « Accounting resources for Economic and Financial History (19th and 20th c) »
  • Landoni Matteo, « Resources for health and the health of resources: Financing health and welfare in the long run »
  • Lopez Jerez Montserrat, « Resource abundance and scarcity in the economic development in Southeast Asia, 1800-2000 »
  • Lorandini Cinzia, « Enterprise Forms Beyond the Great Divergence: Merchant Practices and Institutions in Global Perspective (16th to 19th Centuries) »
  • Lutz Martin, « Tracking the « mores » in modernizing economies: Insights from Early Modern Europe to the 20th century. »
  • Maeda Kiyotaka, « Web of Ties: Supply and Circulation of Colonial Resources in Early 20th Century East Asia »
  • Majima Shinobu, « Inequality and Precarity in Global Perspective: Rethinking Social Polarisation in the UK, Japan, and the Global South »
  • Mariotti Martine, « 60 years after Henry: What do we know about natural fertility? And What do we know about the fertility transition? »
  • Martinez Alberte, « Gas industry in Europe between XIXth and XXth century. Economic, financial, technological and social aspects »
  • Martini Manuela, « Labour organisation, technological changes and workforce mobility in textile trades. North-European and Med. production from the 17th to the 20th c »
  • Missemer Antoine, « Resources and natural capital in the history of economic thought: an overview »
  • Mitchell Matthew, « Towards a transnational conversation on the transatlantic slave traders »
  • Moutoukias Zacarias, « Relational resources in credit, money and public financing. Comparing financial and sovereign institutions, social actors and resource management( 14th – 19th centuries) »
  • Nadri Ghulam, « North American/US Merchants in Global Maritime Trade in the 18th and 19th Centuries: Empire, Politics, and Enterprise »
  • Naef Alain, « The Dilemmas and Trilemmas of the International Monetary System »
  • Nafziger Steven, « Historical Perspectives on Firm Dynamics in the Global Periphery »
  • Ogren Anders, « Crises, money doctors and reforms: Is the new monetary technology a resource or a curse? »
  • Palma Nuno, « Standards of living in Europe’s Global Empires »
  • Panjek Aleksander, « NEW MODEL PEASANT. RESOURCES AND INCOME BEYOND AGRICULTURE (EASTERN EUROPE AND EASTERN ASIA COMPARED, 15TH-20TH C.) »
  • Perez Juan Ignacio, « New economic growth indicators for Latin America in the long term »
  • Poeckl Florian, « Information Resources: Information and Communication Networks in Economic History. »
  • Riello Giorgio, « Technology as Resource: Material Culture and Processes in the Pre-modern World »
  • Rivière François, « Meat and leather: the exploitation of livestock resources in the Middle Ages in Europe and the Islamic World »
  • Rönnbäck Klas, « Session proposal: Institutions, colonialism and the distribution of wealth and resources »
  • Rönnbäck Klas, « Session proposal: Finance and New Imperialism. Old theories, new evidence. 1860-1960 »
  • Roy Tirthankar, « Environment-economy interactions in global economic history »
  • Sánchez Esther, « Transnational nuclear resources: mining, industrial uses and waste management »
  • Sarreal Julia, « The Consumption & Production of Vices in Latin America »
  • Schneider Benjamin, « Timeless Wages: Piece Rates in Economic History »
  • Schneider Eric, « Health Transition: Causes and Consequences »
  • Schneider Sabine, « International Capital Markets in Times of Conflict and Instability »
  • Seltzer Andrew, « Commodity markets, trade, migration and inequality in the Asia Pacific region: Essays in honor of Jeffrey Williamson »
  • Sequeira Joana, « Labour as a resource: the access to industrial and artisan skilled labour in Late-Medieval and Early Modern Europe »
  • Shiroyama Tomoko, « Realms of Water: Environmental Socioeconomics of the Hydrosphere of Modern Asia »
  • Spero Ellan, « Cloth, Clothing, and Scarcity »
  • Stanziani Alessandro, « The Welfare state in colonial and post-colonial perspective. »
  • Stanziani Alessandro, « Resources for Teaching and researching global economic history: a new trick from the North? »
  • Sugiura Miki, « Waste, Innovation and Sustainability: Historical Transformations of Textile Fibres and Product Supply Chains, 1600-2000 »
  • Svriz Wucherer Pedro Miguel Omar, « Global Encounters between China and Europe, Marseille and Macao in Comparison: Final Results of GECEM-ERC Project (1680-1840) »
  • Torregrosa Hetland Sara, « Fiscal contracts in North and South: the changing relations between states and citizens »
  • Verhoef Grietjie, «  »Women – The Wealth of Nations. » Women entrepreneurs during the long nineteenth century. »
  • Vernus Pierre, « Silk : trades, production and skills in a Eurasian perspective from the Seventieth to the mid Twentieth century »
  • Weisdorf Jacob, « The causes and consequences of technological progress »
  • Witzel De Souza Bruno Gabriel, « Revisiting the Age of Mass Migration: the Latin American experience (1850-1920) »