The editors of the Economic History Review invite you to join a workshop on money. The workshop will discuss three recent papers and their implications for further research in the field:
‘Your flexible friend’: the bill of exchange in theory and practice in the fifteenth century
Jim Bolton (Queen Mary University of London) & Francesco Guidi-Bruscoli (University of Florence)
Published online, 18 March 2021: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ehr.13070
Ending Bretton Woods: evidence from the Nixon tapes
James Butkiewicz (University of Delaware) & Scott Ohlmacher (US Census Bureau)
Published online, 8 February 2021: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ehr.13052
The origination and distribution of money market instruments: sterling bills of exchange during the first globalization
Olivier Accominotti (London School of Economics & CEPR), Delio Lucena-Piquero, (University of Toulouse, Sciences Po Toulouse, & LEREPS), Stefano Ugolini (University of Toulouse, Sciences Po Toulouse & LEREPS).
Published online, 25 February 2021: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ehr.13049
Discussants are Nadia Matringe and Catherine Schenk.
The workshop will include short presentations by the authors followed by comments from the discussants and then an open discussion.
Please note that attendee numbers are limited to 100.