EINITE Conference: Economic Inequality in Preindustrial Europe. 25/11/2016, Milan.

25 November 2016 10:00am
Aula Manfredini via Sarfatti 25
Bocconi University– Milan

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

10 am

Welcome Address 
Gianmario Verona Rector, Bocconi University

Opening of Proceedings
Marco Bonetti Director, Dondena Centre, Bocconi University

Economic Inequality Across Italy and Europe,
1300-1800: An overview
Guido Alfani, Bocconi University

Session I. Long-Term Trends in European Income and Wealth Inequality
Chair: Marco Bonetti Director, Dondena Centre, Bocconi University

Gender Income Inequality in Western Europe, 1300-1800
Jan-Luiten Van Zanden, Utrecht University
Sandra de Pleijt, The London School of Economics
and Political Science
Wealth Inequality in Central and Southern Italy, ca. 1300-1800
Francesco Ammannati and Sergio Sardone, Bocconi University

Inequality of Income and Wealth in the Ottoman Empire, 1500- 1800
Şevket Pamuk, Boğaziçi University

Wealth Inequality in France, 1300-1800
Fabrice Boudjaaba, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
Matteo Di Tullio and Davide De Franco, Bocconi University

Session II. Economic Inequality in Northern Europe
Chair: Carlos Santiago-Caballero, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Inequality Trends in the Low Countries: 1300-1900
Wouter Ryckbosch, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Reconstructing Economic Inequality in Preindustrial England:                                                       A long-term view (ca. 1300-1700)
Guido Alfani and Hector García Montero, Bocconi University

Wealth Inequality in Germany over Two Centuries (1700-1860): The role of urbanization
and inheritance institutions
Simone Wegge, The City University of New York

Inequality in the Nordic Countries, 1750-1900
Mats Olsson and Anna Missiaia, Lund University

Session III. Economic Inequality in the Iberian Peninsula
Chair: Samuel K. Cohn, University of Glasgow

Inequality and the Black Death in Medieval Spain
Antoni Furiò, Universitat de València

Estimating Economic Inequality Along Four Centuries Through an Ecclesiastical Fiscal
Source (Area of Barcelona, 1480-1880)
Gabriel Brea, Joana-Maria Pujadas-Mora and Anna Cabré, Center for Demographic Studies-Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Income Inequality in Portugal, 1550-1770
Jaime Reis, Universidade de Lisboa

Income and Wealth Inequality in Eighteenth Century Castile
Esteban Nicolini Universidad del Norte de Santo
Tomás de Aquino and Fernando Ramos, Universidad Pablo de Olavide de Sevilla

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