Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Social and Economic History

Research Colloquium

The Berliner Forschungskolloquium Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte is organised by the Institut für Wirtschaftsgeschichte (Nikolaus Wolf) and the Lehrstuhl für Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte (Alexander Nützenadel).

You can find the plan for the summer semester of 2021, together with the link to the Zoom-session, here.

 

14.4. 

NINA BOBERG-FAZLIC (UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN DENMARK)
Winners and Losers from Enclosure: Evidence from Danish Land Inequality 1682- 1895

 

21.4. 

VANESSA OGLE (BERKLEY)
‘Funk Money’: Decolonization and the Expansion of Tax Havens, 1950s-1960s

 

28.4. 

FILIP NOVOKMET (BONN)
The Anatomy of the Global Wealth Boom: Wealth Accumulation and Distribution since 1980

 

5.5. 

INGRID KVANGRAVEN (YORK), NDONGO SAMBA SYLLA (ROSA-LUXEMBURG-STIFTUNG), KAI KODDENBROCK (FRANKFURT) Beyond Financialisation: The Need for a Longue Durée Understanding of Finance in Imperialism [Paper]

 

12.5. 

ROBERT YEE (PRINCETON)
Confronting the Liquidity Question: Economists, Statisticians, and Central-Bank Research in Interwar Europe, 1926–1936

 

19.5.              

JULIA ZIMMERMANN (FU BERLIN) Enemies within the Gates: The Long-Run Effects of Stalin's Ethnic Cleansing Campaigns

 

26.5.

MAGNUS RESSEL (FRANKFURT)
Between the Old Empire and the Atlantic Plantation Economy: The Global Enterprises of Friedrich Romberg (1727-1819) (jointly organized with Matthias Pohlig, Europäische Geschichte der Frühen Neuzeit)

 

2.6.             

CATHRIN MOHR (BONN)
Networks in Politics: East German Politicians

 

9.6.             

ALFRED RECKENDREES (COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL)
Beneficiary of Allied Expropriations? Beiersdorf: From Intercultural Marketing to Global Brands, 1900-2000

 

16.6.             

RAJESH RAMACHANDRAN (HEIDELBERG)

Vernacularization and Linguistic Democratization [Paper]

 

23.6.             

DANIEL GALLARDO ALBARRAN (WAGENINGEN) TBA

 

30.6.             

DARIO PELLEGRINO (BANK OF ITALY)
The Spirit and the Letter of the Law: Lessons from the Early Establishment of Banking Supervision in Italy

 

7.7. 

MAX SCHULZE (LSE) TBA

 

14.7.             

JENNY PLEINEN (GHI LONDON)
The Landed Gentry in British Politics after World War II: From Taxed Decadence to Subsidized Cultural Heritage