The Variety of Exchange and the Character of Money

17 & 18 May 2018

Ecole normale supérieure
salle Dussane

Organiser : Kuroda, Akinobu (U of Tokyo) in cooperation with Georges Depeyrot (CNRS/ENS, Paris)
Funded by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (project No 26285073)

Programme

17 May

13:00-15:00

  • Kuroda, Akinobu (U of Tokyo)
    The Aims of the Workshop
  • Bruno Théret (Université Paris Dauphine)
    Exchange and debt. Discussing Kuroda’s quadrangle in light of current discussions around debt-money versus fiat money
  • Georgina Gomez (IISS)
    The institutionalization of currency circuits (case of Argentina)
  • Jérôme Blanc (Lyon 2)
    Money and interdependencies : a structural view

16:00-17:30

  • Ekaterina Svirina (Higher School of Economics, National Research University)
    Variety of money in Siberia in the 18-19th century
  • Jürgen Nautz (Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences)
    Money and national identity in Austria-Hungary

 

18 May

9:30-11:00

  • Leigh Gardner (LSE)
    The gold standard in Africa : Monetary dimensions of interwar imperialism
  • Karin Pallaver (U of Bologna)
    Disconnected currencies : cents and rupees in early colonial British East Africa

11:15-1300

  • Craig Muldrew (U of Cambridge)
    Tracking the rise in the use of paper instruments of currency in London c.1700-1800
  • Kuroda, Akinobu (U of Tokyo)
    Strategic peasants, multiple markets, and Complementary currencies
  • Georges Depeyrot (CNRS/ENS)
    Concluding Remarks

Source: http://www.ens.fr/agenda/variety-exchange-and-character-money/2018-05-17t110000