Le transfert des métaux précieux et leurs conséquences (XVIIe-XXe siècles)

16MAI - 17MAI 2013
Madrid
Colloque

Coord. : Georges DEPEYROT (UMR 8546 - AOROC, CNRS/ENS, Paris)
Org. : ANR DAMIN La Dépréciation de l'Argent Monétaire et les relations Internationales - Silver Monetary Depreciation and International Relations, École des hautes études hispaniques et ibériques (Casa de Velázquez, Madrid)
Col. : LabEx TransferS (ENS)

Lieu de célébration :
Museo del Traje
Salón de Actos
Av. de Juan de Herrera, 2
Ciudad Universitaria
28040 Madrid

Programme

JEUDI 16 MAI

9h-13h

Ouverture
Jean-Pierre ÉTIENVRE
Directeur de la Casa de Velázquez

Introduction
Georges DEPEYROT
Centre national de la recherche scientifique (Paris)

LES PREMIÈRES AFLUENCES

Présidence
Dennis O. FLYNN
University of the Pacific (California)

Juan CASTANEDA
University of Buckingham
New Estimates of the Stock of Gold (1493-2011)

Allison Margaret BIGELOW
College of William & Mary
Lost in Translation: Knowledge Transfers and Cultural Divergences in Early Modern Spanish and English Silver Treatises

Claudia JEFFERIES
City University London
American Silver Production, Copper Coinage and the Composition of Sovereign Credit in XVIIth Century Spain

Michael MÄRCHER et Helle HORSNÆS
Copenhaguen Museum
Coins Found on Bornholm and Streams of Precious Metals

Claudio MARSILIO
Universidade Técnica de Lisboa
Lisbon, London or Genoa? Three Alternative Destinations for the Spanish Silver of Philip IV (1627-50)

14h30-19h

XIXe-XXe SIÈCLES

Présidence
Akinobu KURODA
University of Tokyo

Carolyn N. BILTOFT
Max-Planck-Institute Für Gesellschaftsforshung
All that was Solid: the Competing World Views of Metalism and the Credit Theory of Money after 1850

Jürgen NAUTZ
Universität Wien
Austro-Hungarian State(s) and the Issuing Bank in Preparation of the Currency Reform, the Introduction of the Gold Standard from the 1870s to the Outbreak of World War I

Emmanuel PRUNAUX
Mission historique de la Banque de France (Paris)
Les transports de fonds en France au début du XIXe siècle

Rita MARTINS DE SOUSA
Universidade Técnica de Lisboa
Transfers of Precious Metals and Money Supply – Portugal XVIth -XIXth Centuries

Forrest CAPIE
University of Buckingham
Gold and Silver – a Marshallian Conjecture

VENDREDI 17 MAI

9h30-13h


L'ORIENT

Présidence
Jürgen NAUTZ
Universität Wien

Dennis O. FLYNN
University of the Pacific (California)
A Restatement of the Price Theory of Money

Alejandra IRIGOIN
London School of Economics and Social Sciences
A Trojan Horse in Daoguang China? Explaining the Flows of Silver in and out of China

Akinobu KURODA
University of Tokyo
What was Silver Tael System? : a Mistake of China as Silver «Sandard» Country

Rila MUKHERJEE
Institut de Chandernagor (Kolkata, India)
An Early Medieval Metal Corridor: Silver, Bengal and Bagan, VIIth - XIIIth Centuries

Marina KOVALCHUK
Far Eastern Federal University (Russia)
Japan. Adoption of the Gold Standard: Economic Problem from a Historical Point of View

14h30-19h

LE ORIENT (2) - XXe SIÈCLE

Présidence
Alejandra IRIGOIN
London School of Economics and Social Sciences

Elisabeth KASKE
Carnegie Mellon University (USA)
Silver Bullion and Government Finance in Nineteenth Century in China

Catherine BREGIANNI
Academy of Athens and Fondation Maison des sciences de l’homme (Paris)
Greece’s Gold Transfer during the Interwar and the War Period; Two Stories and a Myth

Eketerina SVIRINA
Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
Russian Metallic Currency of the First Half of the 19th Century: Introductory Analytical Characteristics

Vladimir BAKHTIN
Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
Revolution and Civil War in Russia and Consequences

Alla SHEPTUN
Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation
Gold Inflows and Outflows in 19th Century Russia during its Transition to the Gold Standard

Conclusions
Patrice BAUBEAU
Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense

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