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EurHiStock Paris conference April 29-30

Date April 21, 2011


The program of next week's third EurHiStock conference is available at : http://www.parisschoolofeconomics.eu/IMG/pdf/Prog_Eurhistock__avril_2011.pdf Pierre-Cyrille HautcoeurI have been working (inter alia) on the history of financial markets and stock exchanges since my dissertation, which emphasized the role of the Paris Bourse in the financing of French firms from 1890 to 1936. Recently, I worked with David […]

next EurHiStock conference, Paris 29-30 April

Date December 17, 2010


Call for applications Motivation As its Madrid (2009) and Cambridge (2010) predecessors, this conference will gather financial economists, financial and economic historians interested in the long term changes in European financial markets. Its new feature is that it aims at organizing a network of researchers willing to understand the financial history of Europe considered as […]

Preparing the PARIS meeting in September

Date June 1, 2010


Dear all In order to prepare the Paris conference in September I think it would be a good thing if every one of the participants could provide some detailed information with regard to the stock exchanges and company related information available (and some of this perhaps already digitized) for his/her country. I did the exercise […]

Preparing the European project : a project presented to the European Science Foundation

Date May 3, 2010


In order to organize more deeply the European project, I applied last week for the funding of an "exploratory workshop" by the ESF. This would allow organizing a conference in Paris next April (2011) in the continuation of the EurHiStock Madrid (2009) and Cambridge (2010) conferences; in contrast to there ones however, I would like […]

Preparing the European project: Antwerp

Date April 20, 2010


F. Buelens, A. Riva and I met on March 26th in Antwerp at the impressing office of Frans (maybe 100 square meters overwhelmed with the collections of any kind of financial information on Belgium for that last two centuries). Frans showed us the database he has been working on in the last ten years, and […]

Next Eurhistock conference: the programme

Date March 17, 2010


The programme of the next Eurhistock conference, organized by S. Battilossi, D. Chambers and myself at Cambridge Judge Business School on April 8-10 is available here thanks to David for his organization ! Pierre-Cyrille HautcoeurI have been working (inter alia) on the history of financial markets and stock exchanges since my dissertation, which emphasized the […]

Portuguese team shares bibliography

Date March 17, 2010


Maria Eugenia Mata and Jose Rodrigues Da Costa have produced a bibliography on the Portuguese financial market and the Lisbon stock exchange which they propose to share with project's participants. Ask at memata@fe.unl.pt. Pierre-Cyrille HautcoeurI have been working (inter alia) on the history of financial markets and stock exchanges since my dissertation, which emphasized the […]

L. Borodkin joins with a Russian team

Date February 23, 2010


Members may include: Prof. Dr. Leonid Borodkin (Head of the Centre for Economic History at the History Faculty, Moscow Lomonosov State University); Assist. Professor, Dr. Anna Dmitrieva (same affiliation); Prof. Dr. Pavel Lizunov (Northern Federal University, Arkhangelsk); Darya Anisimova and Ekaterina Fedoseyeva (MA students at Lomonosov); Dr. Gregory Perelman (San Francisco Univ.) Pierre-Cyrille HautcoeurI have […]

Hello, fellow historian of financial market

Date February 23, 2010


This  blog is created in order to help develop research on the history of European financial markets in the 19th and 20th centuries, especially stock exchanges. It should serve as a tool for the participants of a research project under construction that aims at understanding the functionning of the European financial market as a whole, […]


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