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Colloque « Where is the money ? Financial networks and the geography of credit development » | 6-7 octobre

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Dans le cadre de la convention de subvention Marie Skłodowska-Curie No 898910 EUROCBH (Europe and Its Central Banks : Lessons from History), Paris School of Economics a le plaisir d’annoncer le prochain colloque « Where is the money ? Financial networks and the geography of credit development ». Le colloque est organisé conjointement par PSE et l’Université de Vienne (Department of Economic and Social History) avec le soutien généreux de l’Oesterreichische Nationalbank.

Where is the money ? Financial networks and the geography of credit development

Le colloque se tiendra à l’Oesterreichische Nationalbank (Vienne), les 6 et 7 octobre.

Vous pouvez participer au colloque sur place ou en ligne.

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Organisateurs : Marianna Astore (Marie-Curie Fellow, Paris School of Economics), Maria Stella Chiaruttini et Clemens Jobst (University of Vienna).

Programme :

Jeudi 6

13:00-13:30 Welcome and introduction

Birgit Niessner (Oesterreichische Nationalbank)

Marianna Astore (Paris School of Economics), Maria Stella Chiaruttini and Clemens Jobst (University of Vienna)

13:30-14:30 « Glocal » credit networks and financial centres (1)

Chair : Pamfili Antipa (Banque de France)

Ling-Fan Li (National Tsing Hua University)
The geography of international credit in pre-industrial Europe

Mina Ishizu (London School of Economics)
Interconnectedness of credit systems : Through London-provincial correspondent banking networks

14:30-14:45 Coffee break

14:45-15:45 « Glocal » credit networks and financial centres (2)

Chair : Kilian Rieder (Oesterreichische Nationalbank)

Olivier Accominotti (London School of Economics), Aurelius Noble (London School of Economics) and Stefano Ugolini (University of Toulouse)
The making of a global safe asset : London acceptance houses and the intermediation of bills of exchange, 1885-1914

Thibaud Giddey (University of Lausanne & University of Oxford)
Luxembourg’s international banking centre : Evidence from correspondent banking networks, 1960-1990

15:45-16:00 Coffee break

16:00-17:00 Credit networks in Communist countries : Domestic and international perspectives (Young scholar session)

Chair : Kirsten Wandschneider (University of Vienna)

Yi Liu (Ruhr University of Bochum, RUB)
The resumption of Sino-West German financial networks in the post-war period

Cornelia Sahling (independent researcher)
The Soviet Gosbank and the savings bank system : Evidence from a network for credit allocation and credit sources in 1970-1987

17:00-17:30 Coffee Break

17:30-18:30 Keynote lecture
Catherine Schenk (University of Oxford)
The evolution of the global payments system : Public and private interests in international banking networks

Vendredi 7

09:30-11:00 Credit networks in times of economic and institutional instability

Chair : Markus Lampe (Vienna University of Economics and Business)

Elisa Grandi (Université de Paris Cité), Raphaël Hekimian (ISG International Business School) and Angelo Riva (European Business School-Paris & Paris School of Economics)
Banks, networks and (in)stability in France before WWI

Sebastian Alvarez (Graduate Institute Geneva & University of Oxford), Wilfried Kisling (Vienna University of Economics and Business & University of Oxford) and Marco Molteni (University of Oxford)
Blessing or curse ? Financial contagion and correspondent banking relations in the 1907 panic

Luciano Amaral and Filipa Santos Machado (Nova School of Business and Economics, Lisbon)
Institutional shocks and competition in Portuguese commercial banking in the long run, 1960-2015

11:00-11:30 Coffee break

11:30-13:00 Round table - Credit networks : Challenges and comparisons

Chair : Wilfried Kisling (Vienna University of Economics and Business & University of Oxford)

Marianna Astore and Eric Monnet (Paris School of Economics)
Economic integration through central bank’s eyes : France, 1851-1936

Maylis Avaro (University of Pennsylvania), Vincent Bignon (Banque de France), and Clemens Jobst (University of Vienna)
Banks in nineteenth-century France

Maria Stella Chiaruttini (University of Vienna), Marianna Astore (Paris School of Economics), Federico Barbiellini Amidei, Paolo Croce and Paolo Piselli (Banca d’Italia)
Central banking and economic integration : A new database for Italy, 1850-1936

Marianna Astore (Paris School of Economics), Fabio Bagliano and Paolo Di Martino (University of Turin)
Where was the money ? Where was it cheap ? Banks of issues and the integration of the national credit market in Italy, 1894-1913

13:00-13:15 Concluding remarks
Clemens Jobst (University of Vienna)

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Workshop jointly organized by the University of Vienna (Department of Economic and Social History) and the Paris School of Economics with the generous support of the Oesterreichische Nationalbank. This project has also received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 898910.