CFP: Special Issue on the South Sea Bubble, Mississippi Bubble, and Financial Revolution

2020 marks the 300th anniversary of the crashing of the South Sea and Mississippi Bubbles, investment schemes – based on slavery, colonialism, and the need to fund standing militaries accompanying them through large-scale public borrowing – that caused a general international liquidity crisis, deflation, and depression.  This special issue of Eighteenth-Century Studies seeks submissions exploring not only the... Continue Reading →

CFP: Deadline 31st of January – the Business History of Creativity

European Business History Asocciation Annual Congress, Rotterdam (NL), 29-31 August, 2019. Ever since the 1990s, the creative industries have been a topic of both praise and contention. The 2019 EBHA conference, themed around The Business History of Creativity intends to address creativity in business and the growth and development of the creative industries. Keynote speakers are: Joel... Continue Reading →

CFP: Whitebox Advisors Graduate Student Conference 2019

The Annual Whitebox Advisors Graduate Student Conference draws top doctoral students from around the world to present their research in the fields of Behavioral Economics, Behavioral Finance and Behavioral Marketing.  The goal of the conference is to foster an environment to promote interaction amongst doctoral student researchers, and to provide feedback for students presenting their... Continue Reading →

CFP: Economic History Association 2019 Annual Meeting

CALL FOR PAPERS EHA 2019: ‘Markets and Governments in Economic History’ Annual Meeting of the Economic History Association, in Atlanta, Georgia, September 13-15, 2019 The theme for EHA 2019 is “Markets and Governments in Economic History.” The interactions between markets and governments are central issues in the organization of economies. From the beginning of time,... Continue Reading →

CFP: “Financial History – Reflection on the Past to Tackle Today’s key Finance Questions,” workshop for young scholars with Barry Eichengreen, 16 May 2019, Frankfurt, Germany

CALL FOR PAPERS "Financial History - Reflection on the Past to Tackle Today's key Finance Questions" Workshop for young scholars with Prof. Barry Eichengreen (University of California, Berkeley) on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Institute for Banking and Financial History (IBF) jointly organized with the Research Center SAFE, Goethe University Frankfurt 16th... Continue Reading →

CFP: Workshop on Monetary and Financial History, 6-8 May, 2019 Washington, DC

Scholars are invited to submit proposals to a workshop on Workshop on Monetary and Financial History (https://www.federalreserve.gov/conferences/monetary-financial-history-workshop-2019.htm) that will be hosted at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System on May 6-8, 2019. This workshop will be a chance for researchers at academic, policy, and professional institutions to meet and discuss topics drawn from... Continue Reading →

CFP: Special Issue on the South Sea Bubble, Mississippi Bubble, and Financial Revolution, Eighteenth-Century Studies

Call for Papers, Eighteenth-Century Studies Special Issue on the South Sea Bubble, Mississippi Bubble, and Financial Revolution 2020 marks the 300th anniversary of the crashing of the South Sea and Mississippi Bubbles, investment schemes – based on slavery, colonialism, and the need to fund standing militaries accompanying them through large-scale public borrowing – that caused... Continue Reading →

CFP: graduate conference “The Development of Financial Centres in Europe, 1300-1700” – 27 September 2018, Cambridge, UK; deadline: 12 August 2018

Applications from graduate students are invited for the upcoming conference "The Development of Financial Centres in Europe, 1300-1700”, to be held on 27 September 2018 in Queens' College, Cambridge. The conference aims to bring together young scholars to reflect on state-of-art scholarship on late-medieval and early modern financial centres and explore new hypotheses on their characters, inner dynamics... Continue Reading →

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