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Article: Slave Economy and Society in Minas Gerais and São Paulo, Brazil in 1830
FRANCISCO VIDAL LUNA, HERBERT S. KLEIN
Journal of Latin American Studies 02/2004; 36(01). DOI:10.1017/S0022216X03007053
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Article: Las islas del lujo: Productos exoticos, nuevos consumos y cultura economica europea, 1650-…
H. S. Klein
Hispanic American Historical Review 01/2015; 95(2):384-386. DOI:10.1215/00182168-2874872
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Article: The impact of the Chaco War on Bolivian society [microform] /
Herbert Sanford. Klein
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Business, Economic and Financial History 2015-10-17, 21 papers

nep-his New Economics Papers
on Business, Economic and Financial History
Issue of 2015‒10‒17
twenty-one papers chosen by
Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo
Bangor University
http://econpapers.repec.org/pba14

Business, Economic and Financial History 2015-10-17, 21 papers

nep-his New Economics Papers
on Business, Economic and Financial History
Issue of 2015‒10‒17
twenty-one papers chosen by
Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo
Bangor University
http://econpapers.repec.org/pba14

Three-year Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Geneva on Sovereign Debt


Three-Year Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Geneva

Interdisciplinary Studies of Sovereign Debt

The Swiss National Science Foundation’s interdisciplinary project SOVEREIGN DEBT DIPLOMACIES: Comparing International Regimes of Sovereign Debt Dispute since 1945 revisits 70 years of sovereign debt from interdisciplinary perspective (law, history, economics and sociology). The project is coordinated at the University of Geneva by Prof. Juan Flores, associate professor and director of the Paul Bairoch Institute of Economic History and Pierre Pénet, sociology PhD (Northwestern University & SciencesPo Paris) and postdoc collaborator in the project. The main ambition of this project is to assess, track, and compare the tools and tactics that creditors, debtors, and third parties use to frame and settle sovereign debt disputes in the age of continuous increase in sovereign borrowing.

We invite applications for a Ph.D. position for a 36-month appointment in the general area of law and sociology of sovereign debt. The successful candidate will be enrolled in the doctoral program at the University of Geneva under the supervision of Prof. Flores. The candidate will play an active role in the intellectual life of his/her department of affiliation.

Requirements

-The candidate must hold a Master degree in the field of social science (sociology, economics, history, law). Applications are invited from doctoral students who are candidates for Ph.D. degrees in the social sciences. Students who will advance in the current or following academic year may also apply.

-Doctoral and proposed research must be in the general area of social sciences (sociolegal studies, economic history, sociology of finance). The research must address significant issues in the field and show promise of a major contribution to social scientific understanding of sovereign debt.

-Candidates with prior experience in archival work are encouraged to apply.

-Applicants do not need to be Swiss or European citizens in order to apply. Women candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

-Excellent knowledge of English (written and spoken) is required as well as proficiency in French (written and spoken). Spanish or Portuguese is a valuable asset.

Stipend

Annual stipend is 47’000-50’000 CHF. Doctoral candidate may also apply for extra funding to cover travel and research expenses.

Tenure

Appointment is full time and for three years. The position is based at the University of Geneva.

Starting date is February 1,2016, or upon agreement.

Application Process

Applications must include: (1) a two-page dissertation abstract or proposal, (2) university transcripts, (3) the names of two referees, and (4) a curriculum vitae. In addition, at the applicant’s option, a short sample of written work may be submitted.

Applications must be received no later than November 30, 2015.

Send application and direct all application questions or concerns to Juan Flores Zendejas (juan.flores @ unige.ch)


Trans-Atlantic Credit Terms, Slave Prices, and the Geography of Slavery

The Editors of the Journal of Economic History are pleased to present Nicholas Radburn’s article, Keeping “the wheel in motion”: Trans-Atlantic Credit Terms, Slave Prices, and the Geography of Slavery in the British Americas, 1755–1807

This article uses a new dataset of 330 slaving voyages to examine terms of credit issued for British American slave sales between 1755 and 1807. Our dataset shows that credit terms were highly erratic, especially in the last quarter of the century, contributing to both surges and collapses in the slave trade to individual colonies, and in the trade as a whole. Four such instances are examined in detail to show that instability in credit terms played an important and hitherto unacknowledged role in the volume and direction of Britain’s trans-Atlantic slave trade in the second one-half of the eighteenth century

Free access to the article is until Sunday, October 25th: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0022050715001084


Recently added research from Miguel A. López-Morell and Herbert S. Klein

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Article: Sources for researching the business history of Spanish mining
M.A. Pérez de Perceval Verde, M.A. López-Morell
Boletín Geológico y Minero 07/2013; 124(3):421-436.
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Article: Bolivian Oil and Natural Gas under State and Private Control, 1910-2010
Herbert S. Klein, José Alejandro Peres-Cajías
11/2014; 20:141. DOI:10.5195/bsj.2014.97
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Article: Peasant Communities in Revolt: The Tzeltal Republic of 1712
Herbert S. Klein
Pacific Historical Review 08/1966; 35(3):247-263. DOI:10.2307/3636787
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Article: The structure of the Atlantic slave trade in the 19th century : an assessment
Herbert S. Klein
Outre-Mers 01/2002; 89(336):63-77. DOI:10.3406/outre.2002.3981
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nep-his 2015-10-10, 18 papers @BatizLazo

nep-his New Economics Papers
on Business, Economic and Financial History
Issue of 2015‒10‒10
eighteen papers chosen by
Bernardo Bátiz-Lazo
Bangor University
http://econpapers.repec.org/pba14