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segunda-feira, 11 de fevereiro de 2019

A economia do entre-guerras e as origens da integracao europeia - Jean Monnet Chair, Univ. Lisboa

Acontecendo hoje e amanhã na Universidade de Lisboa: 

Dear colleagues,
This Monday and Tuesday, February 11-12, the Jean Monnet Chair of UFMG’s School of Economics (co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union) and the Institute of Social Sciences at the University of Lisbon, will host in Lisbon the workshop “Interwar Economics and the Intellectual Origins of European Integration”. Please check the program below.
Venue: “Polivalente Room” - Instituto de Ciências Sociais / Universidade de Lisboa (Av. Prof. Aníbal de Bettencourt, no 9. Lisboa, Portugal)
Participation is open to all interested.

Best regards,
Alexandre

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Alexandre Mendes Cunha
Jean Monnet Chair – School of Economics
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais


JEAN MONNET WORKSHOP 
“INTERWAR ECONOMICS AND THE INTELLECTUAL ORIGINS OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION”
(February 11-12, 2019 / ICS-ULisboa – Polivalente Room)

February 11, 2019

09:00-09:30: Opening Remarks (Alexandre Cunha, José Luís Cardoso & Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak)
09:30-10:15: I. Giuliana Laschi: “A laboratory of different paths of integration in Europe. Proposals that prepared the process of European integration, 1919-1939”
10:15-11:00: II. António Costa Pinto: “Technocracy, Corporatism, and the Development of ‘Economic Parliaments’ in Interwar Europe”
11:00-11:30: Coffee
11:30-12:15: III. Alexandre Mendes Cunha: “Third way perspectives and ideas on international order in Interwar France”
12:15-13:00: IV. Katia Caldari: “Between neo-corporatism and planning: a French version of the European project”
13:00-14:00: Lunch
14:00-14:45: V. Erwin Dekker: “The construction of an international order in the work of Jan Tinbergen”
14:45-15:30: VI. Harald Hagemann: “The Formation of Research Institutes on Business Cycles in Europe in the Interwar Period”
15:30-16:00: Coffee
16:00-16:45: VII. Pierre-Hernan Rojas: “At the origins of the European Monetary Cooperation: Triffin, Bretton Woods and the European payments Union”

February 12, 2019
09:30-10:15: VIII. Raphaël Fèvre: “Exploring the Keynesian/Ordoliberal Divide: An Historical Perspective”
10:15-11:00: IX. Timo Miettinen: “Ordoliberalism and the Rethinking of Liberal Rationality”
11:00-11:30: Coffee
11:30-12:15: X. Antonio Masala & Alberto Mingardi: “Classical Liberalism, Non-Interventionism and the Origins of European Integration”
12:15-13:00: XI. Valerio Torreggiani: “British Pluralism, Tripartism and the Foundation of the International Labour Organization”
13:00-14:00: Lunch
14:00-14:45: XII. Carlos Eduardo Suprinyak: “Pluralism and Political Economy in Interwar Britain: G. D. H. Cole on Economic Planning”
14:45-15:30: XIII. Oksana Levkovych: “Liberalism’s Last Gasp: Walter Runciman against the Tide”
15:30-16:00: Coffee
16:00-16:45: XIV. Roberto Lampa: “Divided by an uncommon language? The Oxford Institute of Statistics and the British academia (1935-1944)”
16:45-17:15: Closing remarks (José Luís Cardoso & James Ashley Morrison) 20:30: Workshop Dinner

Jointly hosted by the Jean Monnet Chair (“Economics, Political Economy and the Building of the European Integration Project” - EPEbEIP) of UFMG’s School of Economics and the Institute of Social Sciences at the University of Lisbon (Research Group Power, Society and Globalization) UID/SOC/50013/2013

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