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Workshop : "Industrialization and human capital in the long-run"

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du 12 octobre 2017 au 13 octobre 2017

Organisé par le Centre Lyonnais d'Histoire du Droit et de la Pensée Politique.

Affiche workshop 12 et 13 octobre 2017

Programme


Tuesday 12 October
(Salle des Professeurs, 15 quai Claude Bernard, 69007 Lyon)

14h15 - Welcome address
Hervé de Gaudemar
(Dean of the faculty of law, Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University)
Charlotte Le Chapelain (Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University)

14h30 - Claude Diebolt (University of Strasbourg)
Economics Through the Lens of History: cliometrics in the 21th century
Discussant: Herrade Igersheim

15h30 - Magali Jaoul-Grammare (University of Strasbourg)
Human Capital Accumulation in France at the dawn of the XIXth century: Lessons from the Guizot Inquiry (with C. Le Chapelain)
Discussant: Audrey Ménard

16h30
- Coffee break

17h - Audrey Ménard (University of Nantes)
Industrialization as a Deskilling Process? Steam Engines and Human Capital in XIXth Century France (with C. Diebolt and C. Le Chapelain)
Discussant: Ralph Hippe

20h
- Dinner

Friday 13 October
(Salle Caillemer, 15 quai Claude Bernard, 69007 Lyon)

9h - Herrade Igersheim
(University of Strasbourg)
Women Leaders in Industry in XIXth Century France: the Case of Amélie de Dietrich (with C. Le Chapelain)
Discussant: Alexandre Chirat

10h - Coffee break

10h30 - Ralf Wilke (Copenhagen Business School, University of Strasbourg)
Patterns of Steam Technology Diffusion in France in the 19th Century (with C. Le Chapelain)
Discussant: Tapas Mishra

11h30 - Tapas Mishra (University of Southampton)
Did Gender-Bias Matter in the Quantity-Quality Trade-off in 19th Century France? (with C. Diebolt and F. Perrin)
Discussant: Ralph Wilke

12h30
- Lunch

14h15 - Alexandre Chirat (University Lyon II)
Some “Unexpected Proximities” Between Schultz and Galbraith on Human Capital (with C. Le Chapelain)
Discussant: Magali Jaoul-Grammare

15h15 - Sylvère Matéos (University Lyon II)
The Roots of the Human Capital Revolution: Schultz and the Economics of Agriculture
Discussant: Claude Diebolt

16h15 - Ralph Hippe
(European Commission)
TBC
Discussant: Charlotte Le Chapelain

17h15
- Concluding remarks
 

Lieu(x)
Palais de l'Université
Salle des professeurs et salle Caillemer
15 quai Claude Bernard
69007 Lyon


Plan d'accès
Contact
Charlotte Le Chapelain
Type
A la Une, Colloque / Séminaire
Thématique(s)
Droit, Recherche

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Mise à jour : 27 septembre 2017