European bank- and finance researchers met at the Centre for Business History, as part of the international UPIER-project.
On 27 September, the Centre for Business History hosted an international research seminar with European bank- and finance researchers. The seminar was a part of the project UPIER (Exploring Uses of the Past in International Economic Relations).
The project, where researchers at various institutions in the European Union collaborate, investigate how today’s policy shapers and finance industry uses (or not) knowledge from the history of banking and finance, when tackling today’s challenges.
The seminar was held in the research hall at the Centre for Buiness History and featured presentations from:
- Åsa Malmström Rognes, Uppsala;
”Uses of the past in the resolution of crises in emerging markets – comparing the Asian financial crisis with the Latin American crisis”;
- Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol, Glasgow;
“The French government and the run-up to the Polish debt crisis, 1960s-1981”;
- Mary O’Sullivan, Geneve;
“Past Meets Present in Policymaking: The Federal Reserve and the US Money Market, 1913-19”;
- Stefano Battilosi, Madrid;
“A tie that divides? Money, culture and the past”.