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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).

This semester, it takes place via Zoom.

 

28.4.2020, 4pm

OLIVIER ACCOMINOTTI (LSE): The origination and distribution of money market instruments: Sterling bills of exchange during the first globalization (mit Schumpeter-Berlin School of Economics-Seminar)

 

29.4.2020, 5pm

MORTEN JERVEN (NORWEGIAN UNIVERSITY OF LIFE SCIENCES, LUND UNIVERSITY): The wealth and poverty of African states: Economic growth, living standards and taxation in Africa since the 19th century

 

06.5.2020, 5pm

MARVIN SUESSE (TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN): Financing late industrialisation. Evidence from the Imperial Russian State Bank

 

13.5.2020, 5pm

GIESELA HÜRLIMANN (ETH ZÜRICH): National tax policies and transnational fiscal governance: The Swiss case

 

26.5.2020, 5pm

ALBRECHT RITSCHL (LSE): TBA (mit Schumpeter-Berlin School of Economics-Seminar)

 

03.6.2020, 5pm

ISABELL STAM (TU BERLIN): Groups as drivers of economic action: A small group approach to entrepreneurship

 

17.6.2020, 5pm

SARA TORREGROSA-HETLAND (LUND UNIVERSITY): Income taxes and redistribution in the early twentieth century

 

25.6.2020, 6pm Droysen Lecture

MARTIN SCHULZE WESSEL (LMU MÜNCHEN): TBA

 

14.7.2020, 4pm

LARS BÖRNER (UNIVERSITÄT HALLE-WITTENBERG): The Berlin Stock exchange, early developments 1830-1870 (mit Schumpeter-Berlin School of Economics-Seminar)