virtual seminars

The Financial History Network

The video of First BHC Mid-Year-Event (September 28th, 2021) is now available on our YouTube channel.

Please check here if you missed the seminar or want to watch it again! The video contains chapters in case viewers want to skip through some parts of the meeting.




Inquire Capitalism’s Research in Progress Luncheon

eabh virtual seminar Easy Monetary Policy. Cure or Curse?Can looking back at historical precedents help to better understand where we are headed?  22 June 202112.00 - 13.00 CETeabh in cooperation with Allianz Global Investors Harold James (Princeton) and Eric Barthalon (Allianz SE) will take a long-term perspective on easy monetary policies and their implications. Post Great Financial Crisis,

 The next seminar of the Institute of Historical Research's Partnership seminar series "Risk and Uncertainty in the Premodern World" will run online on Thursday 17 June, 17:00-19:00 London time. We are delighted to be hosting Daniel Bogart, Marco Del Angel and Lewis Wade for a seminar on “Risk and Uncertainty in Capital Markets”. Daniel Bogart is Professor of Economics at UC Irvine and Co-Editor

 Big Business and Dictatorships in Latin America A Transnational History of Profits and Repression by Basualdo, Victoria, Berghoff, Hartmut, Bucheli, Marcelo (Eds.)Book presentation event on Thursday May 27 at the 3º Encontro Internacional – REDE DE PROCESSOS REPRESSIVOS, EMPRESAS, TRABALHADORAS/ES E SINDICATOS NA AMÉRICA LATINA

History of Capitalism Seminar 2021-2022 CALL FOR PROPOSALS Submission Deadline: Friday, June 4, 2021This seminar is a forum for works-in-progress in the history of capitalism, broadly defined. We seek proposals from junior, mid-career, and senior scholars as well as graduate students from a wide variety of sub-fields, including the history of race & racism, gender and feminist studies,

The Yale Law School and CGCG are presenting a virtual workshop on ‘The History of the Corporation’ on 10 June 2021, beginning at 9:00 EDT.  The program follows.  All are welcome to register for the event by visiting the following website:  IntroductionNaomi Lamoreaux (Yale University)Henry Hansmann (Yale Law School and ECGI)Shareholder Democracy under Autocracy:  Voting