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Proceedings of the Symposium on Business and Economic History - 2015


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Procedural Notes


Featured Presenter:  Kamil Pruchnik (Poland)
It was never different. Analysis of institutional root causes of four centuries of financial crises


Session A
Session Chair: Kamil Pruchnik

What determined the location of industry in Belgium
Stijn Ronsse (Belgium)

Shareholding mining corporations, a.d. 1150-1450: money, debts and law in the rise of a capitalist business
Jeannette Graulau (United States)

The British Mercantile Interest in the Ottoman Trade Market: A Historical Analysis of the Levant Company
Emine Zeytinli (Turkey)

The Beginnings of Hungarian Advertising Science in the 1910's and 1920's
Árpád PAPP-VÁRY (Hungary)


Session B
Session Chair:  Sungul Gul

Debt and Credit Relations in Galata in the 17th Century: An Assessment Based on Court Registers of Istanbul
Sema Keles (Turkey) & Yasemin Ciftci (Turkey)

Scientific Research in the Centralized Economy of the Soviet Union: an Historical Perspective
Dmitriy Chulkov (United States)

From Cash Waqfs to State Owned Participation Banks: The Brief Hisotry of Islamic Finance in Ottoman Emprire and Modern Turkey
Mücahit ÖZDEMİR (Turkey) and Öznur ÖZDEMİR (Turkey)


Session C
Session Chair: Konstantin Kholodilin

War, housing rents, and free market: A case of Berlin's rental housing market, 1909-1917
Konstantin Kholodilin (Germany)

The benefits of Empire? Capital market integration in Central Europe, 1350-1800
David Chilosi (United Kingdom)

A Crisis of Foreign Reserves: The Case of Trinidad and Tobago: 1983-1989
Luke Gittens (Trinidad and Tobago)

Credit market development in Romania from the early 19th century to the present. External influences on the credit market and legal aspects
Sorin TOADER (Romania) and Liliana Miclaus (Romania)