Preliminary Programme

Showing: Economic History (all days)
Wed 18 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Thu 19 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Fri 20 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Sat 21 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.00 - 17.00

All days
Wednesday 18 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
A-1 ECO29 State Building, Inter-Regime Competition and the Great Depression of the 1930s
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Network: Economic History Chair: Jarmo Peltola
Organizers: Jari Eloranta, Matti Hannikainen, Aappo Kähönen Discussant: Jarmo Peltola
Sergio Espuelas : A Difficult Consensus: the Making of the Spanish Welfare State
Henric Haggqvist : Economic Crises and the Rise of the Social State – Sweden 1920–1938
Matti Hannikainen : Between Stronger States? Finland, Sweden and the Soviet Union during the Interwar Period
Gudmundur Jonsson : The Emergence of an Agrarian Welfare System in Iceland


B-1 ECO02 Bookkeeping, Intermediation and Financial Organizations in Early Modern Europe
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chair: Jaco Zuijderduijn
Organizer: Patrik Winton Discussants: -
Mauro Carboni : Managing Money in Early Modern Italy
Anne Murphy : Managing ‘Neglect of Duty & Inattention to Business’ at the Eighteenth-century Bank of England
Christopher Pihl : Credit-building Practices: Riksens Ständers Bank (the Bank of the Estates of the Realm) on the Swedish Credit Market 1668-1700
Patrik Winton : Servants of Liquidation: the Clerical Staff at the First Debt Office in Sweden, 1719–1723


P-1 ECO33x Transnational Social Democracy and European Economic Policy in the 1950s-1960s
Lipsius, 148
Network: Economic History Chair: Susanna Fellman
Organizer: Brian Shaev Discussant: Susanna Fellman
Jacopo Perazzoli : Investigating Social-democratic Purposes and Programmes facing Automation and Technological Progress during the 1950s-1960s
Sigfrido Ramirez Perez : The Rise and Fall of the Keynesian Conception of Competition Policy (1962 – 1986)
Brian Shaev : “The Economy is Our Destiny”: Socialists and the Birth of European Competition Law, 1950 – 1962
Karin van Leeuwen : Pieter VerLoren van Themaat and Dutch Social Democratic Thinking about Competition Law



Wednesday 18 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
A-2 ECO01 Bonds, Abodes and Banks: the Consequences of Compensated Emancipation in the British Empire
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Network: Economic History Chair: Johan Fourie
Organizer: Kate Ekama Discussant: Damian Pargas
Kate Ekama : Bondsmen: Slave Collateral in the Period of Emancipation
Aaron Graham : Ambiguous Legacies: Slavery, Banks and Compensation in South Africa, Mauritius and the Caribbean
Igor Martins : More with Less? The Effects of Slave Emancipation on Productivity in the British Cape
Robert Ross : Accommodation and Resistance in Cape Town: the Housing of the Manumitted and the Development of Slum Landlordism after 1838
Christie Swanepoel : Bank Shareholders and Family Connections: did Networks among Shareholders Influence Success?


B-2 ECO11 Early Financial Markets in Europe and Asia
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chair: Christiaan van Bochove
Organizer: Christiaan van Bochove Discussants: -
Tomas de Albuquerque : The Portuguese Financial Market in the Eighteenth Century. The Investment Portfolios of their Investors
Íñigo Ena Sanjuán : Municipal Debt and State-formation in the Eighteenth-century Crown of Aragon
Jiajia Liu : The Early History of the Financial Capitalism in Shanghai - International Competition and Market Capture in the World Periphery, Late 19th Century to Early 20th Century
Jaco Zuijderduijn : Imprisonment for Public Debt: Merchants, Loan Guarantees, and Reprisals in the Medieval Economy


ZA-2 POL11 Money, Gender and Political Citizenship: Economic Voting Restrictions in the Nordic Countries Before and After Universal Suffrage
Van Wijkplaats 4, 005
Networks: Economic History , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations , Women and Gender Chair: Bengt Sandin
Organizer: Fia Sundevall Discussants: -
Minna Harjula : The Poor Excluded from Voting: Political and Social Citizenship in Finland, 1906–1970
Ragnheiður Kristjánsdóttir : Suffrage, Gender and Class. Women’s Suffrage and the Construction and Constraints of a Lawful Citizen in Iceland
Eirinn Larsen : “Secondary to the Economic Man”: Suffrage, Capital and Gender during the Long Nineteenth Century
Leonora Lottrup Rasmussen : When the Provider no Longer Provides
Fia Sundevall : “Money is the Name of Citizenship Rights”: Economic Restrictions on Universal Suffrage, Sweden 1921– 1945



Wednesday 18 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
A-3 ECO04a Creditors, Debtors, and Early Financial Markets (c. 1300-1800) I
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Network: Economic History Chair: Jaco Zuijderduijn
Organizers: Elise Dermineur, Jaco Zuijderduijn Discussant: Elise Dermineur
David Carvajal : How Castilian Creditors & Debtors Managed their Relations? Confidence and Security (15th-16th Century)
Giuseppe De Luca, Marcella Lorenzini : Credit, Public Debt and Social Stability in Spanish Milan (XVIth C.)
David Kusman, Jean-Luc Demeulemeester : Revisiting Graeber’s “Everyday Communism” in the Light of a Medieval Debt-enforcement Custom: being Hostage in an Inn for a Debt in the Low Countries between ca. 1250-1350
Benoit Maréchaux : Funding Businesses in the Early Modern Mediterranean: Marco Centurione’s Galley Enterprise, Genoese Credit Networks and the Piacenza Exchange Fairs (1612-1621)
Tawny Paul : Incarceration and the Enforcement of Debts in Eighteenth-century Britain


B-3 ECO23 Relocation or Resilience? Household Textile Production and Consumption in a Global Comparative Perspective
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chairs: -
Organizer: Elise Van Nederveen Meerkerk Discussant: William Gervase Clarence-Smith
Sarah Carmichael, Corinne Boter : Cotton Wages: a First Look at an International Database
Aditi Dixit : Textile Production and Household Labour in India and Japan c. 1890 to 1940
Katharine Frederick, Elisevan Nederveen Meerkerk : Household Textile Production in Java and East Africa Compared
Faheem Rokadiya : Industrialization and the Continuation of Household Textile Production in the 18-19th Century UK and 20th Century China: a Diachronic Comparison


L-3 LAB19 Welfare Capitalism in the 19th Century's Central Europe
Johan Huizinga, 023C
Networks: Economic History , Labour Chair: Martin Jemelka
Organizer: Zdenek Nebrensky Discussant: Martin Jemelka
Tomáš Gecko, Kristýna Kaucká : The Industrial Paternalism and the State Paternalism. Welfare Strategies and Educational Policy of Large Industrial Corporations in the Czech Lands (1873–1914)
Svatopluk Herc : Welfare Capitalism in the Austrian Silesia: the Case of the Vítkovice Ironworks' Orhpanage
Zdenek Nebrensky : Welfare Facilities in the Central European Towns in the Second Half of the 19th Century


W-3 SPA07a Spatial Analysis of Population Geography and Occupational Structure I: New data and new methods
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, 004
Networks: Economic History , Spatial and Digital History Chair: Alexis Litvine
Organizer: Alexis Litvine Discussants: Carmen Sarasua, Leigh Shaw-Taylor
Laurent Heyberger : The Occupational Structure of the European Settler’s Population of Algeria: an Approach by the Conscription Records, 1870-1906
Michael Pammer : Inconsistencies in Austro-Hungarian Occupation Censuses in the Late 19th Century
Filipa Ribeiro da Silva, Hélder Carvalhal & Jaime Reis : Occupational Structures in Mid-eighteenth-century Portugal: a Preliminary Assessment
Petri Roikonen : Historical Occupational Structure in Finland, 1700-1910



Wednesday 18 March 2020 16.30 - 18.30
A-4 ECO04b Creditors, Debtors, and Financial Organizations in Early Modern Europe (c. 1300-1800) II
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Network: Economic History Chair: Jaco Zuijderduijn
Organizers: Elise Dermineur, Jaco Zuijderduijn Discussant: Elise Dermineur
José Luis Peña-Mir : The Strength of the Contract vs. the Strength of the Story: Integration of Local Legal Orders and Contract Enforcement in Notarial Credit Markets in Early Modern Spain
Matteo Pompermaier : 'Wine and Cash': Inns, Bastioni and the Venetian Credit Market (18th Century)
Lisbeth Rodrigues : From Private to Public Credit Market: Institutional Creditors and Investment Patterns in Eighteenth-century Portugal
Thomas Max Safley : Financial Markets and Financial Mediation in Eearly Modern Europe: Qestioning the Transition from Personalized to De-personalized Exchange
Riina Turunen : Bill of Exchange as a De-personalizer of the Credit Markets? Evidence from a Late-comer Country


J-4 POL32 Minorities and the Emerging Nordic Welfare State in the 20th century
Johan Huizinga, 025
Networks: Economic History , Ethnicity and Migration , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations , Social Inequality Chair: Pauli Kettunen
Organizer: Matias Kaihovirta Discussant: Heidi Vad Jönsson
Matias Kaihovirta : A Minority within or without the Welfare State? Early 20th Century Finland-Swedish Socialist and Bourgeois Conceptions of Welfare and Minority Rights
Otso Kortekangas : Nationalism without a State. The Early Twentieth Century Sámi National Movement as Reflected in Sámi-language Prose and Verse
Hanna Lindberg : Including and Excluding Minorities in the Finnish Welfare State. The Case of the Finland-Swedish Deaf, c. 1950-2000
Jardar Sørvoll : The Norwegian Welfare State in a Comparative Perspective 1945-2020


W-4 SPA07b Spatial Analysis of Population Geography and Occupational Structure II: Occupational Geography and Spatial Economics
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, 004
Networks: Economic History , Spatial and Digital History Chair: Alexis Litvine
Organizers: - Discussant: Leigh Shaw-Taylor
Isabelle Devos, Anne Winter : Geographies of Population, Health and Wealth in Early Modern Flanders and Brabant. Results from the Stream Project
Jacob Field : Creating a New Economic History of London: Occupational Change and Urban Growth, c. 1600-1900
Robin Philips : Continuity or Change? The Spatial Evolution of Industry in the Netherlands and Belgium (1820 – 2010)



Thursday 19 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
A-5 ECO22 Personal and Network Lending across the World
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Network: Economic History Chair: Christiaan van Bochove
Organizer: Christiaan van Bochove Discussants: -
Maria Aksenova : Loans and Credit Relations of Count N.P. Panin at 1792-1800
Dan Bäcklund, Tony Kenttä & Kristina Lilja : Working-class Lending in Sweden at the Time of the First World War
Elise Dermineur : Peer-to-Peer Lending Networks in Pre-Industrial Finland
Maanik Nath : A Failed Experiment in Rural Cooperation: Credit Societies in Madras 1930-60
Thierry Nootens, Nathalie Ricard : Small Debts, Small People: Internal Money Market, Social Relations and Transition to Industrial Capitalism in Canada, 1880-1930: the Case of Arthabaska County, Quebec
Göran Ulväng, Sofia Murhem : Church Endowments used for Credit in 18th and 19th Century Rural Sweden


B-5 ECO19 Inequality, State Capacity and Fiscal Redistribution in Preindustrial Europe
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chair: Jan Luiten van Zanden
Organizers: Guido Alfani, Mikolaj Malinowski Discussant: Jan Luiten van Zanden
Guido Alfani : Inequality and the Rise of the Fiscal-military States in Western Europe, ca. 1500-1800
Elena Korchmina : Income and its Distribution in Moscow Governorate at the Turn of the 19th Century
Mikolaj Malinowski : While the King is away the Magnates will play; Power Concentration, Clientelizm, and the Demise of an Early Parliamentary Republic, a Case of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
Auke Rijpma : Social Spending and the Standard of Living during Early Industrialisation



Thursday 19 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
A-6 ECO13 Financing the Real Economy: Echoes from the Past, 1300-1975
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Network: Economic History Chair: Oscar Gelderblom
Organizers: Amaury de Vicq, Ruben Peeters Discussant: Joost Jonker
Amaury de Vicq : The Tragedy of SME-financing: Mission Drift at Dutch Credit Cooperatives, 1850s-1910s
Eoin McLaughlin : Fringe Banking and Financialisation: Pawnbroking in Victorian Ireland
Ruben Peeters : Serving the Smallest Firms: Public Loan Guarantee Funds in the Netherlands, 1915-1978
Josje Schnitzeler : Financial Care for Orphans and Cheap Credit for the VOC: the Orphan Chamber of Batavia


B-6 ECO16 Geospatial Economic History of Southeast European Regions, 1840-1940: a Cross Examination of Population and Economic Geography
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Networks: Economic History , Spatial and Digital History Chair: M. Erdem Kabadayi
Organizer: M. Erdem Kabadayi Discussants: -
Grigor Boykov, Petrus Gerrits : Analysing and Mapping of Settlement Patterns and Population Densities of Southeast European Regions, 1840-1920
Uygar Karaca : Comparing Agricultural Productivity and Land Use among Regions of Bulgaria, 1840s-1890s
Nikola Rakovski : Mapping the Revolution: a Spatial Analysis of Popular Protest in Post-Crimean War Bulgaria
Akin Sefer, Aysel Yildiz : Migration Networks in the Ottoman Balkans in the Nineteenth Century



Thursday 19 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
B-7 ECO30 Multiple Determinants of Health in History: New Quantitative Analyses of Interventions, Growth and the Environment in Europe and Japan during Industrialization
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chair: Eric Schneider
Organizers: Joël Floris, Jarmo Peltola, Sakari Saaritsa Discussant: Svenn-Erik Mamelund
Joël Floris : Mortality Changes in Swiss Districts 1888-1930
Daniel Gallardo Albarran : Cyclical Mortality and Sanitation in Germany, 1890-1913
Kota Ogasawara : Metal Toxicity and Fetal Health: Industrial Pollution in Industrializing Japan
Sakari Saaritsa : Typhoid for All? The Determinants of Unequal Responses to a Shared Waterborne Health Shock during the Great Typhoid Epidemic of the City of Tampere, 1916



Thursday 19 March 2020 16.30 - 18.30
A-8 URB05b Living and Working in a Bustling District near the Port: the Diversity of Sailortowns around the World II
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Networks: Economic History , Urban Chair: Hilde Greefs
Organizers: Hilde Greefs, Kristof Loockx Discussants: -
Pirita Frigren : Perspectives on Gendered Divisions of Labour in Port. The Case of 19th Century Finland
Melanie Holihead : Heedless of the Consequence: how Sailors’ Women’s Survival Strategies fed the Popular Imagination
Tomas Nilson : The Landlady as (Social) Network Node in Sailortown, 1880-1930. The Case of Gothenburg
Christina Reimann : The Mutual Impact between Migration and Pleasure Culture in Gothenburg’s Port Area (c. 1880-1925)


B-8 ECO31 Reassessing Moral Economy. Economic Ethics and Practices of Religious Communities from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chair: Thomas Ertl
Organizers: Martin Lutz, Tanja Skambraks Discussant: Thomas Ertl
Thomas Dorfner : Profit and the Lord. Economic Ethics and Practices of Pietist Communities in the 18th Century
Paul Franke : Taking the “Sin” out of Sin City? The Moral Economy of Gambling in Las Vegas 1945-1969
Martin Lutz : What does “Simplicity” mean in Modern Capitalism? The Economic Ethics of Mennonites, Amish and Hutterites in North America
Tanja Skambraks : Charitable Banking and Ethics of Credit in Late Medieval Italy: Franciscans and Monti di Pietà



Friday 20 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
A-9 ECO14a From Baltic See to Mediterranean Sea. Financial Capacity of the States in the Late Middle Ages and the Beginning of the Early Modern Period (15th-17th Centuries) (part 1)
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Network: Economic History Chair: Piotr Guzowski
Organizer: Tomasz Zwiazek Discussant: Piotr Guzowski
Radoslaw Poniat : The Military Revolution as a Modernization Factor in the Public Finance and State Organization of the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Dag Retsö : Taxes and State Revenues in Medieval Sweden
Laurynas Sedvydis : All the Grand Duke's Lenders: Creditors of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania from 1492 to 1569
Tomasz Zwiazek : Customs in Polish Crown in the 2nd Half of the 16th Century, and their Fiscal and Economy Aspects in the Mutual Relations


B-9 ECO27 Causal Connections of Environmental Shocks and Human Disasters
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chair: Marten Seppel
Organizer: Timo Myllyntaus Discussants: -
Jan Kunnas : Could the 1860s Famine in Finland have been Averted?
Piotr Miodunka : Weather Shocks, Subsistence Crises, and Famines in the Feudal Society of the 18th Century Poland
Timo Myllyntaus : Malthus and the Northern Baltic Sea Rim Evaluating the Importance of the Economic Margin for the Survival
Jens E. Olesen : Grain and Foodstoffs for Finland 1918-1919 according to Foreign Affairs´ Reports from the United states, England and Scandinavian Countries


C-9 WOM09 Women and Work: a Comparative Historical Examination of the Contribution of Women to the Economy of Four Countries, circa 1700-1921.
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 003
Networks: Economic History , Women and Gender Chairs: -
Organizer: Keith Sugden Discussants: -
Keith Sugden : Estimating the Impact of the Mechanization of Textile Manufacture on Female/Male Employment, c 1700-1851
Roger Sugden : Go West young Lady: Migration, Women and Work in Interior British Columbia in the Early Twentieth Century
Auriane Terki-Mignot : Patterns of Female Employment in Normandy and the Eure-et-Loir (France), 1792-1901
Beatrice Zucca Micheletto : Migration and Labour Market in Preindustrial Turin in the “Long Eighteenth-century” (1705-1858): a Gender Approach



Friday 20 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
A-10 ECO14b From Baltic See to Mediterranean Sea. Financial Capacity of the States in the Late Middle Ages and the Beginning of the Early Modern Period (15th-17th Centuries) (part 2)
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Network: Economic History Chair: Tomasz Zwiazek
Organizers: Piotr Guzowski, Tomasz Zwiazek Discussant: Tomasz Zwiazek
Michal Gochna : Between Centralization and Decentralization. The Influence of Nobility on Tax Collecting System of the Polish Crown 1563-1613
Piotr Guzowski : Clergy as a Tax Payers in the Kingdom of Poland in the 15th and 16th Centuries
Elias Kolovos : The Evolution of the Ottoman Fiscal System from the Fifteenth to the Sixteenth Century; the Case Studies of the Taxation Cadastres from the Peloponnese and Saloni
Balazs Nagy : Revenues and Expenditures: Financial Potential and Trade Balance of Medieval Hungary: an Attempt for Reconstruction and Reconsideration


B-10 ECO28 Wars, Economic Elites and Strategic Choices. Resilience in Times of Duress, Low Countries 1790-1950
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chairs: -
Organizer: Marjolein 't Hart Discussants: -
Marjolein 't Hart : Towards a Comparative Model for Strategic Business Choices. Networks and Resilience in Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Antwerp during Times of Economic Duress, 1790-1815
Hein Klemann : The Industry in Belgium and the Netherlands: Two Ways to Cope with the German Occupation, 1940-1944
Keetie Sluyterman : Dutch Beer Industry during Three Different Periods of War


Q-10 LAB17 Quantifying Alterity in the World of Labor and Economics: Attempts, Difficulties, and Effects
Lipsius, 227
Networks: Economic History , Labour Chair: Florence Jany-Catrice
Organizer: Marine Dhermy-Mairal Discussant: Florence Jany-Catrice
Simon Godard : A Kind of (Red) Magic? COMECON attempts at Shaping, Publicizing and Promoting Alternative Socialist Statistics in the Cold War
Laure Piguet : How Were Labor Conditions in Soviet Russia Understood and Measured? The International Labour Organization Inquiries of the 1920s
Léa Renard : Between Mobility and Alterity: Shifting Significations of Migration in French and German Statistics (1880-1914 and 1990-2010)
Béatrice Touchelay : Debates and Controversies about Statistics of Industrial Activity in the Belgian, British, and French Empires during the Interwar Period: to Record or not to Record Native Activities?



Friday 20 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
A-11 ECO06 Developing Economies: Colonialism, De-Colonisation, and Economic Development in Southeast Asia and Africa
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Network: Economic History Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Nadeem Aftab, Tehreem Husain : Monetary Decolonization: the Case of India
Michiel de Haas, Bram van Besouw : The Great Depression and Social Distress in British Colonial Africa: Evidence from Prison Records
Pim de Zwart : Globalization and Development: the Effects of the Rubber Boom and Bust in Southeast Asia, c. 1900-1940
Mark Hup : Forced Labor and State Capacity: the Case of Colonial Indonesia, 1880-1920


B-11 POL21 The Micro Practices of the Household State
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Networks: Economic History , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Joachim Eibach
Organizer: Nina Koefoed Discussant: Joachim Eibach
Joanne Begiato : ”Unwarrantable Partiality”: the Concept and Practice of Favouritism in Families in Eighteenth-century England
Julie Hardwick : Catholic “Internal Missions,” Households, and Youthful Sexuality in a French City
Nina Koefoed : Micro-level Authority and Social Responsibilities in the Nordic Household States
Janay Nugent : Beyond the Patriarchal Household: the Multiple Models of “Holy Households” embraced by the Reformed Kirk of Scotland, c.1560-c.1660.



Friday 20 March 2020 16.30 - 18.30
A-12 ECO12 Economics, Demography, and Economic Policy in Europ and its periphery, 17th to 19th century
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Network: Economic History Chair: M. Erdem Kabadayi
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Efe Erünal : Understanding Intergenerational Life and Occupational Cycles in the Mid-Nineteenth Century Ottoman Empire through Record Linkage
Mario Holzner : Estimation of the Gross Domestic Product in Prussia from 1688-1806
Klemens Kaps : Mercantilism, Protectionism and Global Market Connections in the 17th and 18th Centuries – a Case Study on Habsburg Central Europe
Bartosz Ogórek : Biological Standard of Living and its Correlates in Peasant Population of Southern Poland in the First Half of the 19th Century
Miikka Voutilainen : The devil takes the hindmost. Inequality and mortality during the Finnish 1860s famine


B-12 ECO03 Capitalism, Alone - Roundtable
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chair: Tamás Vonyó
Organizer: Tamás Vonyó Discussants: Guido Alfani, Andrea Colli, Tirthankar Roy
Branko Milanovic : Capitalism, Alone


F-12 EDU12b The Rise of Education across World Regions: Qualitative and Quantitative Evidence II
P.N. van Eyckhof 3, 002
Networks: Economic History , Education and Childhood Chairs: -
Organizers: Gabriele Cappelli, Johannes Westberg Discussant: Michelangelo Vasta
María José Fuentes-Vásquez, Irina Espana Eljaiek : Coffee tastes Bitter: Education, Child Labor, and Coffee Economy in Colombia during the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century
Charlotte Le-Chapelain : Learning Outside the Factory: a Cliometric Reappraisal of the Impact of Technological Change on Human Capital Accumulation
David Mitch : Continuity and Change in the Rise of Female Literacy during both the White and the Islamic Revolutions in Iran, 1960 -2000
Gloria Quiroga Valle : Did extending Suffrage lead to more Schooling? A Quasi-experiment based on Italy and Spain, 1860-1921



Saturday 21 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
A-13 ECO24 Structural Change in African Economies since 1830: an Occupations Perspective
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Networks: Africa , Economic History Chair: Jutta Bolt
Organizer: Gareth Austin Discussant: Ellen Hillbom
Adewumi Damilola Adebayo : Continuity and Change in the Occupational Structures of Southern Nigeria, 1891 - 2006
Gareth Austin : The Comparative History of Occupational Structure and Urbanization across Africa: Design, Data and Findings
Erik Green, Rory Pilossof : Changes in the Occupational Structures in Malawi, c. 1930-2010: a Story of Structural Continuity?
Emiliano Travieso : What Happened to the Workshop of West Africa? Trade, Taxes, and Textiles in Northern Nigeria, c. 1890-1930s


B-13 ECO17 Household Budgets from Pre-industrial Europe
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chairs: -
Organizers: Wouter Ryckbosch, Tim Soens Discussant: Giovanni Vecchi
Bruno Blondé : The Costs of being Rich: Two Centuries of Elite-spending in the Antwerp Moretus Family, 17th-18th Centuries
Viktor Borisov : Peasants’ Economic Activities and Wealth in 17th-century Western Siberia: Assessing the Limits of Personal Consumption
Jane Humphries : Working for a Living? Women and Children’s Labour Inputs in England, 1260-1850
Anne Mccants : Institutional Budgets and Living Standards in Early Modern Amsterdam
Tim Soens : Mapping Food Inequalities before 1850: an Exploration of the Potential of Household Accounts in the Low Countries
Mattia Viale : Stocks and Flows: Material Culture and Consumption Behaviours in Early Modern Venice (1600-1800)


L-13 LAB29 Political Regimes, Development and Labour: Histories of Industrialization and Deindustrialization
Johan Huizinga, 023C
Networks: Economic History , Labour Chair: Sarah Kennedy Bates
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Ryosuke Amiya-Nakada : Varieties of Postwar Settlements: Germany in Comparative Perspective
Touraj Atabaki : Oil, Labour and Developmental State. A Critique of the Critique. Iran (1962-1977)
Florian Probst : Was there an Industrious Revolution in Germany?
João Santos : “It is a City within the City” - the Shipyards of Lisnave and Setenave (1969- 1993)
Agata Zysiak : Fallen Cities - Deindustrialisation and Working Class in Comparative Perspective - Lodz (Poland) and Detroit (USA)


W-13 SPA09a H-GIS of Transport Networks, Population and Economic Development: Frontiers in Reconstructing Time HGIS for Transport Infrastructure I
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, 004
Networks: Economic History , Spatial and Digital History Chair: Isabelle Seguy
Organizers: Alexis Litvine, Isabelle Seguy, Thomas Thevenin Discussant: Jordi Marti-Henneberg
Javier de la Rosa : Histonets Postmortem: Pitfalls of Turning Historical Maps into Digital Networks
Cesar Ducruet : Ports and Trade Networks: Europe's Sea-land Communications Network: Port-city Connectivity, Hierarchy, and Specialization at the Local, Continental, and Global Scales (1890s-2010s)
Oliver Dunn : Coastal Navigation: Modelling England's Coastal Shipping Networks 1690-1911: Routes, Ports, and Lighthouses
Petrus J. Gerrits : GIS-mapmining of Specific Road Types from an Historical Map Series using Automatic Feature Extraction and Machine Learning
Claire Lagesse : Reading Road Networks through Time: how Structural Changes affect Territorial Accessibility
Christophe Mimeur : Hierarchy of the French Railway Network: Rules of Network Science or Empirical Choices?



Saturday 21 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
A-14 ECO18 Inequality and Social Mobility in Preindustrial Europe
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Networks: Economic History , Social Inequality Chair: Guido Alfani
Organizer: Guido Alfani Discussant: Jan Luiten van Zanden
Francesco Ammanati : Social Mobility and Inequality in Medieval Tuscany: the Impact of the Black Death
Erik Bengtsson, Mats Olsson : Inequality and Social Class, West Sweden 1715
Antoni Furió : From Peasants to Knights. Inequality and Social Mobility in Mediterranean Spain in the Late Middle Ages
Wouter Ronsijn, Wouter Rijckbosch : Deconstructing Trafficking: Building Migrant Women's Rights
Sergio Sardone : Economic Inequality in the Kingdom of Naples (Apulia), 1500-1800 ca.


B-14 POL22 Conceptualizing the Relationship of Politics and Economy
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Networks: Economic History , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Lena Andersson-Skog, Susanna Fellman : Fighting to Dress the Nation. Company Strategies and Industrial Policy in Swedish Textile Industry 1970-2005
Nils Edling : The Welfare State in the Swinging Sixties: Swedish Social Democrats, the Challenge from the Left and the Changing Notions of Welfare 1965–1975
Geir Holme : The Ideology of Labour in the Making of the Scandinavian Welfare States
Ilkka Kärrylä : How Political Concepts become Obsolete – the Case of ‘Economic Democracy’
Nicolas Simon : Coopetition in the Early-Modern Spanish Monarchy: the Case of the Low Countries (16th-17th C.)


D-14 ECO32x "Reforms" in Early Modern Europe: a Critical Reexamination of a Key Notion
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 004
Network: Economic History Chair: Marten Seppel
Organizers: Marten Seppel, Keith Tribe Discussants: -
Alexandre Mendes Cunha : Political Economy and the Uses of Economic Language in the Portuguese Enlightened Reformism
Adriana Luna-Fabritius : Reform in Early-Modern Italy: the Creation of Modern States
Göran Rydén : Knowledge, Skills and the Oeconomia of Steel. The Practice of Work and Discursive Changes in Eighteenth Century Sweden
Keith Tribe : Staatsbildung, Bureaucratisation, and Reform in Prussia


L-14 ASI02 Industrialization in Northeast Asia: Transnational Perspectives of the early Phase, 1930s to 1950s
Johan Huizinga, 023C
Networks: Asia , Economic History Chair: Christine Moll Murata
Organizers: - Discussant: Christine Moll Murata
Ivan Peshkov : Modernity for Nomads. Transnational Perspective of Industrialization in Inner Asia (1930 to 1950s)
Susanne Stein : From Colonial Capital to Motor City: Industrialization and Urban Reconstruction in Changchun, 1945-1958
Limin Teh : Geopolitics, Coal Production, and Labor Processes in Fushun Coalmine, 1946-1950
Bas Van Leeuwen, Jieli Li & Leo Lucassen : The Effect of Korean Border Migration on Yanbian Prefecture (China), ca. 1890-present


W-14 SPA09b H-GIS of Transport Networks, Population and Economic Development: Multimodal GIS - Methodologies and Insights II
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, 004
Networks: Economic History , Spatial and Digital History Chair: Alexis Litvine
Organizers: - Discussant: Alexandra L. Cermeño
Eduard Alvarez-Palau : Multimodal Transport Model to Assess Regional Accessibility in Spain, 1850-2000
Dan Bogart : Market Access and Urban Growth in England and Wales during the Pre-steam Era
Anne Bretagnolle : Modelling the Transformation of the French Inter-urban Exchange Space (1733-1833)
M. Erdem Kabadayi : Devising a Multi-modal Geo-spatial Transport Network with suggested Least Costs Functions for Southeast Europe before the World War I
Robert Schwartz : Mail, Rail, and Rural Communication: The Expansion of Postal Service in Rural Great Britain and France 1830-1914



Saturday 21 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
A-15 ECO26 Grain Trade Networks in the Early Modern Europe: Producers, Merchants and Institutions
P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 003C
Networks: Economic History , Rural Chairs: -
Organizers: Luca Mocarelli, Giulio Ongaro Discussants: -
Giulio Ongaro : Commercial Network in Eighteenth Century Italy
Aleksander Panjek : Urban Merchants vs. Peasant Traders. The Parallel Grain Trade in Early Modern Slovenia
Manuel Vaquero Piñeiro : Farms and Maize Production in Central Italy (XVII-XVIII Century)
Andrea Zanini : Genoese Businessmen and Grain Trade in the Early Modern Age: Organisation and Strategies


B-15 ECO25 The Great War and the Economies of East Central Europe
P.N. van Eyckhof 2, 002
Network: Economic History Chairs: -
Organizer: Tamás Vonyó Discussants: -
Stefan Nikolic : Eastern European Standards of Living in Comparative Perspective, 1913-1938
Máté Rigó : War Millionaires: Industrialists and Economic Boom during the Great War in Central Europe
Jure Stojan : Quantifying the Black Market: Economic and Social Dimensions of Food Price Inflation during the Great War
Tamás Vonyó : Military Spending in the Habsburg Empire during the Great War: Evidence from the Confidential Statistics on War Contractors


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