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Pre- and Early Modern Poster Competition

These are the finalists for the Pre- and Early Modern World Economic History Congress competition for graduate student posters. The posters will be presented on site at the World Congress at the Boston Marriott Cambridge.

Session members

  • Aysenur Karademir, Gumushane University
  • Eric Hupin, Université de Montréal
  • Tansu Hancer, Marmara University
  • María Viu Fandos, Universidad de Zaragoza
  • Sijie S. Hu, London School of Economics
  • Ryohei Oshio, Waseda University
  • Claudia Gatta, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
  • Rie Takagaki, Osaka University
  • Kara Dimitruk, University of California, Irvine
  • Jacopo Sartori, University of Cambridge
  • Bernard C. Beaudreau, Université Laval

Papers

Panel abstract

1st half

According to Judicial Records Well-being in Ottoman Istanbul

Aysenur Karademir

Budgeting in the Crusading Era: Silver Inflation in a Golden Age

Eric Hupin

Integration of the Ottoman State into the Global Economy: The Role of Awqaf

Tansu Hancer

Operating in a Myriad of Markets: Transnational Firms and Cooperation Patterns in the Late Medieval Mediterranean

María Viu Fandos

The Fertility of Four Zhejiang Lineages, 1400-­1900

Sijie S. Hu

The Formation of the “Theatre Market” : A Socio­-Economic Analysis of the Viennese Performing Arts in the Late 18th Century

Ryohei Oshio

The Gens Domitia Brickyards in the Middle Tiber Valley: Estates management, Production and Distribution of the Products in the Light of Brick and Tile Stamps (1st-3rd Century CE)

Claudia Gatta

Trade Network of Bilbao Merchant in the late 18th Century: In the Case of Gardoqui at the North Atlantic

Rie Takagaki

Expertise and Political Connections in English Parliament

Kara Dimitruk

The Role of Public Banking in the Financial Life of Barcelona, 1479-1556

Jacopo Sartori

2nd half

Calvinism, Huguenots and the Industrial Revolution

Bernard C. Beaudreau