CONFERENCE: XIX World Economic History Congress 2022

The GloCoBank team is looking forward to the 19th World Economic History Congress which will be held in Paris on 25-29 July 2022 - see conference website for full details and registration (online and in-person attendance).

The conference features several sessions organised by and/or involving members of the GloCoBank research team and associated researchers. We hope to see you there!

27 July, 09:00 - 12:30 PA.128 | The Dilemmas and Trilemmas of the International Monetary System

Parallel Sessions | Recherche Nord - Room 0.010 | Organizer: Naef Alain - Banque de France | Chair: Michael Bordo - Rutgers University

Catherine Schenk - University of Oxford, Propping up the Trilemma: the evolution of the global financial safety net

28 July, 09:00 - 12:30 PA.075 | 'Japan as Number Two': Japan and International Adjustment in the Post-Bretton Woods World

Parallel Sessions | Centre des colloques - Room 3.05 | Organizer: Mariko Hatase - Bank of Japan; Catherine Schenk - University of Oxford; Kazuhiko Yago - Waseda University

Catherine Schenk - University of Oxford, Japan and the Global Payments System 1960-90

Robert McCauley - University of Oxford, Hiroyuki Ito - Portland State University, Nationalising Japan's FX Risk

27 July, 09:00 - 12:30 PA.067 | Human Capital in the History of Financial Regulation and Supervision, 19th-21st Centuries

Parallel Sessions | Centre des colloques - Room 3.05 | Organizer: Thibaud Giddey - University of Oxford; Mikael Wendschlag - Department of Economic History, Uppsala University; Eiji Hotori - Yokohama National University

Thibaud Giddey - University of Oxford, Central bank board members and banking supervisors: the evolution of the socio-professional profile of the banking policy community in Switzerland during the 20th century

25 July, 11:30 - 13:00 PA.005 | The Economic Relations of Dictatorships in Latin America during the 1960s-1980s: International Finance, Repression and Crisis

Parallel Sessions | Centre des colloques - Room 3.01 | Organizer: Altamura Carlo Edoardo; Claudia Kedar - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Discutant: Rory Miller

Sebastian Alvarez - University of Oxford, Gail Triner - Rutgers University, The Shadow Central Bank: Banco do Brasil and International Finance, 1964-1988

26 July, 09:00 - 12:30 PA.059 | Financial resources and institutions: The long-run evolution of financial markets

Parallel Sessions | Centre des colloques - Room 3.08 | Organizer: Forero-Laverde German; Yolanda Blasco - Universitat de Barcelona; Luis Felipe Zegarra - Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Peru. Discutant: Esteves Rui - The Graduate Institute, Geneva

Wilfried Kisling - Oxford University, Capital, banks, and the coming of industry in the Russian Empire