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Announcement
Economic Sovereignty and Its Limits – Central Bankers, Finance Ministers, and International Organizations: Currency and Empire Sawyer Seminar on Nov. 12, 2021

Please join the New School for their next Currency and Empire Sawyer Seminar Event “Economic Sovereignty and Its Limits” - on Zoom, Nov. 12, 2021!
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Economic Sovereignty and Its Limits – Central Bankers, Finance Ministers, and International Organizations: Currency and Empire Sawyer Seminar on Nov. 12, 2021

Announcement
CUHK LAW Greater China Legal History Seminar Series- ‘The History of Central Banking in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Singapore’ by Ms. Lillian Cheung, Prof. Chao Xi & Prof. Christian Hofmann (Online)

CUHK LAW Greater China Legal History Seminar Series- ‘The History of Central Banking in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Singapore’ by Ms. Lillian Cheung, Prof. Chao Xi & Prof. Christian Hofmann (Online)
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CUHK LAW Greater China Legal History Seminar Series- ‘The History of Central Banking in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Singapore’ by Ms. Lillian Cheung, Prof. Chao Xi & Prof. Christian Hofmann (Online)

Call for Participation – Students and Emerging Scholars
2020 APPEAL Workshop:Law and Political Economy: Meeting the Challenges of Our Times

Call for Participation – Students and Emerging Scholars
2020 APPEAL Workshop:
Law and Political Economy: Meeting the Challenges of Our Times
Co-sponsored by the Institute for New Economic Thinking, Young Scholars Initiative (Law and Finance Group) and the Sarah Lawrence College Economics Department
Friday April 24 and Saturday April 25
Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY

Deadline for submissions is March 10, 2020Details and Submissions here
Questions of law, power, and economy are at the heart of contemporary challenges to democracy, environment, social solidarity, and economic security. This workshop brings together scholars and students to develop a deeper understanding of the problems and solutions of current economic policy. Similar to previous APPEAL workshops, we aim to build an affirming, inspiring, and diverse academic community to advance scholarly exchange, learning, and collaboration. We encourage critical analysis of fundamental economic concepts and assumptions, along with interdisciplinary attention to the economy as a legal, political and social system. A particular goal of this workshop will be to provide opportunities for students and emerging scholars to develop and share their work, and to continue to participate in future related events and institution-building activities.

For further information on APPEAL please visit: https://www.politicaleconomylaw.org

We expect …
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Conference Announcement and Call for Papers
2020 Conference, Journal of Law, Finance, and Accounting

October 16 & 17, 2020
Bocconi University, Milano
The Journal of Law, Finance, and Accounting (JLFA) is pleased to announce its 10th conference, 
to be held in Milano on Friday, October 16 and Saturday, October 17, 2020. 
The conference is organized by Bocconi University.
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Seminar - Harvard University
History and Economics Seminar

The Joint Center for History and Economics – Spring 2020
February, 18, February 26, and April 20

Tuesday, February 18, 4:30pm 
Diana Kim, Georgetown University
Empires of Vice: The Rise of Opium Prohibition across Southeast Asia
CGIS-S030, 1730 Cambridge Street

Wednesday, February 26, 4:30pm 
Chenzi Xu, Dartmouth College
Reshaping Global Trade:  The Immediate and Long-Term Effects of Bank Failures
CGIS-S030, 1730 Cambridge Street

Monday, April 20, 5:15pm
Paul-Andre Rosental, Sciences Po
A Human Garden: French Policy and the Transatlantic Legacies of Eugenic Experimentation
CGIS-S030, 1730 Cambridge Street…
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Call or Papers
Call for Papers: Monetary Policy in Historical Perspective (16th-19th Centuries)

16 October 2020 – Keynote speakers: Francois Velde (Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago)

Organisers: Dr Stefano Locatelli (History, UoM), Dr Nuno Palma (Economics, UoM)

Submission closes: 31st January 2020 Acceptance notification: 28th February 2020

Abstracts submission: stefano.locatelli@manchester.ac.uknuno.palma@manchester.ac.uk

Registration is free; there will be a limited number of accommodation and travel grants available. Priority will be given to speakers without a faculty position (PhDs and Postdocs). Please, indicate in your email if you need financial support.

To submit papers please email the organisers – include your title and an abstract. There is no need to submit a full paper at this stage, although priority may be given those sending a full text. This workshop will bring together researches interested in exploring different policies and strategies adopted by various actors such as rulers, governments and ordinary people in time of monetary ‘crisis’, as well as normal times, between the 16th and 19th centuries. To what extent did political changes of a territory affects its economy and monetary system and vice versa, and what effects did those ‘local’ changes have on the macro level, i.e. on the process of integration of economic and monetary markets? These are key questions of the proposed event, which …
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Conference Announcement
Conference Announcement – Money on the Left: The Green New Deal Across the Arts & Humanities

Our friends at the Modern Money Network Humanities Division have asked us to announce their second conference, to be held this Spring at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.

Titled “Money on the Left: The Green New Deal Across the Arts & Humanities,” the conference will be held at Louisiana State University from April 24-26. I have attached a PDF with a longer description and call for proposals. Below I have included a blurb that might also be appropriate for posting directly to the Announcements page:

“The Modern Money Network Humanities Division is pleased to announce that its second conference will be held in spring 2020, from April 24 through April 26, at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Titled Money on the Left: The Green New Deal Across the Arts & Humanities, the conference invites participation from academics, artists, and activists who engage critically and creatively with the history, present, and future to expand the Green New Deal imaginary in the United States and around the world. 

The meeting will feature a keynote address from Lua Kamál Yuille, Professor of Law and Latin American and Caribbean Studies at University of Kansas, as well as a screening and remote …
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Conference Announcement – Money on the Left: The Green New Deal Across the Arts & Humanities