Programme

Schedule overview

Thursday, 29 November 2018

08.30 – Reception  
09.00 – Opening  
09.30 – 11.00 Seminar (I) History and Economics: regulation, finance, and business
11.10 – 13.10 Seminar (II) History and Economics: credit, trade, and economic growth
14.30 – 15.30 Workshop (I) Numbers matter and matter a lot also in Early Modern History: the case of the international payment system
15.40 – 16.40 Workshop (II) Trends in macroeconomic research and data sources: inequality and government growth
16.50 – 17.50 Workshop (III) Topic selection in Business and Management History: thinking about the “so what?” question
18.00 – 18.30 Closure

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08.30   Reception

09.00   Opening

09.30   Seminar (part I) – History and Economics: regulation, finance, and business

Chair: Francisco Mendes (Lab2PT, U. Minho)

Arnaldo Melo (Lab2PT, U. Minho), Joana Sequeira (CITCEM, U. Porto) – Crafts regulation in Portugal in late Middle Ages: 14th– 15thcenturies

Bruno Lopes (CIDHEUS, UÉvora; CITCEM, U. Porto) – Portuguese Inquisition finances (17th-18thcenturies): challenges of a research in Institutional Economic History

Natália Pereira (Lab2PT, U. Minho), Jorge Mano Torres (IHC, NOVA FCSH) – Economic-corporate dynamics of the 20th Portuguese New State: a bottom-up analyses through the internal sources of the primary organisms

Simon Mollan (U. York) – Argumentation in the perception and interpretation of historical research in Management and Organization studies: some reservations

 

11.00   Coffee break

 

11.10   Seminar (part II) – History and Economics: credit, trade, and economic growth

Chair: Claudio Marsilio (GHES/CSG – ISEG, U. Lisboa)

Lisbeth Rodrigues (GHES/CSG, ISEG-U. Lisboa)– From private to public borrowing: the Lisbon Misericórdia in the 18thcentury

Rodrigo Dominguez (CICS.NOVA, U. Minho) – Shipping, trade and taxation: Lisbon’s tonnage taxation sources and approaches (1769-1833)

Maria Cristina Moreira (CICS.NOVA, U. Minho; EEG, U. Minho), Jaime Reis (ICS, U. Lisboa), Rita Martins de Sousa (GHES/CSG – ISEG, U. Lisboa) – Sources to measure the impact of Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars on the Portuguese economy

Jari Eloranta (U. Helsinki) – US and European economic growth in long-run perspective: sources and methodology

 

 13.10   Lunch

 

14.30   Workshop

Numbers matter and matter a lot also in Early Modern History: the case of the international payment system

Claudio Marsilio (GHES/CSG, ISEG-U. Lisboa)

 

Trends in macroeconomic research and data sources: inequality and government growth

Jari Eloranta (U. Helsinki)

 

 Topic selection in Business and Management History: thinking about the “so what?” Question

Simon Mollan (U. York)

 

18.00 – Closure