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Publié le samedi 01 avril 2006 par Corinne Cassé

Résumé

Ce Workshop annuel souhaite mettre l’accent sur la théorie, tout en soulignant certaines limites, et montrer que l’économie historique (cliométrie), telle que nous l’entendons, se distingue de l’histoire économique plus générale non seulement par sa spécialisation dans les aspects économiques des sociétés passées, mais aussi par son recours à un corps théorique systématique servant de base pour généraliser et par une utilisation également réfléchie des méthodes quantitatives (statistiques et mathématiques) les plus modernes pour organiser au mieux les preuves.

Annonce

BETA, UMR 7522 CNRS-Université Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg
Faculté des Sciences Economiques et de Gestion - Pôle Européen de Gestion et d’Economie
61, Avenue de la Forêt Noire, 67085 Strasbourg Cedex, France

2nd BETA-Workshop in Historical Economics

Friday, 5 May

9.15-9.20 LLERENA, P. (BETA-Strasbourg): Welcome Address.
9.20-9.30 DIEBOLT, C. (BETA-Strasbourg): Introduction to Economic Growth and Cycles.
Session 1 – Chair: EGE, R. (BETA-Strasbourg).
9.30-10.15 WITT, U. (Max Planck Institut-University of Jena): Accounting for Historical Contingencies in Economic Theory vs. Theorizing about Economic History.
10.15-11.00 HAGEMANN, H. (University of Hohenheim): Research Institutes on Business Cycles in the German Language Area in the Interwar Period.
11.00-11.15 Coffee Break.
Session 2 – Chair: DOS SANTOS FERREIRA, R. (BETA-Strasbourg).
11.15-12.00 SOLOMOU, S. (Cambridge University): Episodic Long Swings in Economic Growth: the 19th and 20th Centuries.
12.00-12.45 FIELD, A. (Santa Clara University): US Economic Growth in the Gilded Age.
12.45-14.00 Lunch.
Session 3 – Chair: KOEBEL, B. (BETA-Strasbourg).
14.00-14.45 METZ, R. (St. Gallen University & ZHSF Cologne): Long Waves in Higher Education in Germany.
14.45-15.30 LJUNGBERG, J. & NILSSON, A. (Lund University): Human Capital and Economic Growth: Sweden 1870-2000.
15.30-15.45 Coffee Break.
Session 4 – Chair: DIEBOLT, C. (BETA-Strasbourg).
15.45-16.30 RITSCHL, A. & UEBELE, M. (Humboldt University Berlin): Stock Markets and Business Cycle Comovement in Germany before World War I: Evidence from Spectral Analysis.
16.30-17.15 SILVERBERG, G. (Maastricht University): The Statistical Phenomenology of Innovation in the Longue Durée.
17.15-18.00 MISHRA, T. (BETA-Strasbourg): Shocks and History: Retrospecting Interrelatedness and the Need for New Methodology.
19.30 Dinner.

Saturday, 6 May

Session 5 – Chair: KERN, F. (BETA-Strasbourg).
9.30-10.15 REATI, A. (Technical University of Lisbon) & TOPOROWSKI, J. (Amsterdam University): An Economic Policy for the Fifth Long Wave.
10.15-11.00 BISMANS, F. & MOUGEOT, C. (BETA-Nancy): Business Cycles in France: Measurement and Forecasting.
11.00-11.15 Coffee Break.
Session 6 – Chair: PARENT, A. (BETA-Strasbourg).
11.15-12.00 RUBIO, M. (University Pompeu Fabra): Protectionist but Globalized? Latin American Custom Duties and Trade during the Pre-1914 Belle Epoque.
12.00-12.45 HUBERMAN, M. (University of Montreal): A Ticket to Trade. Belgian Labour and Globalisation before 1914.
12.45-14.00 Lunch.
Session 7 – Chair: LLERENA, P. (BETA-Strasbourg).
14.00-14.45 SCHULZE, M.S. (London School of Economics) & WOLF, N. (Free University of Berlin): Harbingers of Dissolution? Grain Prices, Borders and Nationalism in the Habsburg Economy before the First World War.
14.45-15.30 HEINEMEYRE, H.C. (Free University of Berlin): What was really the Effect of World War I on Economic Disintegration in Central Europe? An Evaluation of the Pre- and Post- War Trade of German and Polish Regions.
15.30-16.00 Conclusion.

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Lieux

  • Strasbourg, France

Dates

  • vendredi 05 mai 2006

Contacts

  • Claude Diebolt
    courriel : cdiebolt [at] cournot [dot] u-strasbg [dot] fr

Source de l'information

  • Claude Diebolt
    courriel : cdiebolt [at] cournot [dot] u-strasbg [dot] fr

Pour citer cette annonce

« Workshop in historical economics », Colloque, Calenda, Publié le samedi 01 avril 2006, http://calenda.org/191393