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Schedule of 2016 Clio and EHA Sessions at ASSA

Note from ASSA: Each person on your program must register for the meetings and pay the registration fee.  The 2016 ASSA Registration and Housing is scheduled to open on September 10th.  All sessions will be equipped with a projector and screen for your presentation. ASSA will not provide computers. Microphones will be available in the larger rooms.

 

Cliometric Society Sessions

New Wine in Old Bottles: Capitalism, Monetary Policy, Panics and War

Date    January 3, 2016

Time   10:15 am12:15 pm

Room  Union Square 24, Hilton Union Square

Organizer: Claude Diebolt (Strasbourg)

Chair: Claude Diebolt (Strasbourg)

Discussants: Robert Margo (Boston University), Mike Haupert (University of Wisconsin – La Crosse), Jon Moen (University of Mississippi), Claude Diebolt (Strasbourg)

Papers:

“The ‘New History of Capitalism’ and Slavery,” Paul Rhode (Michigan) and Alan Olmstead (UC-Davis)

“The Taylor Rule in the 1920s,” Alexander Field (Santa Clara)

“How to Prevent a Banking Panic: the Barings Crisis of 1890,” Eugene White (Rutgers)

“The Irrational Rationality of War and Economics,” Roger Ransom (UC Riverside)

 

Historical Growth Dynamics of the Modern World

Date    January 3, 2016

Time   12:30 pm2:15 pm

Room  Union Square 24, Hilton Union Square

Organizer: Claude Diebolt (Strasbourg)

Chair: Mike Haupert (University of Wisconsin – La Crosse)

Discussants: David Mitch (University of Maryland Baltimore County), Ahmed Rahman (U.S. Naval Academy), Raphael Franck (Brown)

Papers:

“How Ethics and Rhetoric, Not Solely Material Interests, Caused the Modern World: An Essay in Humanomics,” Deirdre McCloskey (Illinois – Chicago Circle)

“Reconstruction Dynamics: The Impact of World War II on Post-War Economic Growth,” Petros Milionis (University of Groningen) and Tamas Vonyo (Bocconi University)

“Keeping our Bearings in Public R&D: Lessons from Britain’s Board of Longitude (1714-1828),” Paul David (Stanford)

 

Money and Banking: Local and Global

Date    January 3, 2016

Time   2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Room  Union Square 24, Hilton Union Square

Organizer: Claude Diebolt (Strasbourg)

Chair: Claude Diebolt (University of Strasbourg)

Discussants: Vincent Bignon (Banque de France), Eric Monnet (Bank of France), Sumner La Croix (University of Hawai’i), Gary Richardson (University of California – Irvine)

Papers:

“Bank Concentration in the United States, 1835-1920,” Matthew Jaremski (Colgate) and Caroline Fohlin (Emory)

“Global Banking and the International Transmission of the 1931 Financial Crisis” Olivier Accominotti (LSE)

“Is Paper Money Just Paper Money? Experimentation and Variation in the Paper Monies Issued by the American Colonies from 1690 to 1775,” Farley Grubb (Delaware)

“UK Monetary and Credit Policy after the Radcliffe Report,” Oliver Bush (LSE), David Aikman (Bank of England), and Alan Taylor (UC Davis)

 

Economic History Association Sessions

Social Mobility and Demography in China and Japan

Date    January 4, 2016

Time   12:30 pm2:15 pm

Room  Sutter A & B, Hilton Union Square

Organizer: Richard Hornbeck (Harvard)

Chair: Noam Yuchtman (UC-Berkeley)

Discussants: Noam Yuchtman (UC-Berkeley), Chiaki Moriguchi (Hitotsubashi University), Ruixue Jia (UC-San Diego)

Papers:

“Social Mobility in China, 1645-2012: A Surname Study,” Gregory Clark (UC Davis)

“The Engine and the Reaper: Industrialization and Mortality Rates in Late Nineteenth Century Japan,” John Tang (Australian National University)

“Historical Traumas and the Roots of Political Distrust: Political Inference from the Great Chinese Famine,” Yuyu Chen and David Y. Yang (Stanford)

 

Institutions Matter: Economic and Social Policies in the Long Run

Date    January 4, 2016

Time   2:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Room  Sutter A & B, Hilton Union Square

Organizer: Richard Hornbeck (Harvard)

Chair: Julia Cage (Sciences Po)

Discussants: Daniel Shoag (Harvard), Eric Edwards (Utah State), Julia Cage (Sciences Po), Michael Bordo (Rutgers)

Papers:

“Policy Uncertainty and Investment: Evidence from the English East India Company,” Dan Bogart (UC Irvine)

“Inter-annual Water Supply Variation and Irrigated Agriculture in the Arid Western United States: One Hundred Years of Agricultural Census Observations from Idaho,” Zeynep Hansen (Boise State), Scott Lowe (Boise State) and Wenchao Xu (Xiamen University)

“Institution Protections, Capital Costs, and Long-Run Economic Growth,” Benjamin Chabot (Federal Reserve Bank – Chicago)

“Foreign Reserves and International Adjustments Under the Bretton Woods System: a reappraisal,” Eric Monnet (Bank of France)

 

Cliometric Society Reception

For friends of economic history

Date    January 4, 2016

Time   6:00 pm8:00 pm

Room  Union Square 22, Hilton Union Square

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