Authoritarian Regimes and Financial Systems in Europe and Latin America during the Twentieth Century

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Mon . 14 Jun . 14h30 to Tue . 15 Jun . 17h30
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Authoritarian Regimes and Financial Systems in Europe and Latin America during the Twentieth Century
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GI Memória, História e Sociedade

RESEARCH GROUP MEMORY, HISTORY AND SOCIETY

GIVING CREDIT TO DICTATORSHIP

Authoritarian Regimes and Financial Systems in Europe and Latin America during the Twentieth Century

 

Programme

First Session - June 14, 14:30-17:30 (GMT+1)

Chair: José Luís Cardoso (ICS-Universidade de Lisboa)

Valerio Torreggiani (ICS-Universidade de Lisboa), Financial Capitalism and Authoritarian Regimes during the Twentieth Century. Notes for A New Historiographical Agenda

Giovanni Farese (Università Europea di Roma), Giving Credit to Fascism, 1922-1943. Lines of Interpretation and Methodological Remarks

Elena Martínez Ruiz (Universidad de Alcalá), Financial Repression and Public Debt Liquidation in Spain, 1899-1975

Nuno Valério (ISEG-Universidade de Lisboa), The Portuguese Case, 1926-1974

Second Session - June 15, 14:30-17:30 (GMT+1)

Chair: Jaime Reis (ICS-Universidade de Lisboa)

Carlos Gabriel Guimarães (Universidade Federal Fluminense), The Bank of Brazil and the Management of the Sugar and Alcohol Institute (IAA) during the first Vargas Government, 1930-1945

Florencia Sember (CONICET/Universidad de Buenos Aires), International Lending, Capital Flight and Financial Reform Under Dictatorship: Argentina 1976-1983

Gaetano Sabatini (ISEM/Università Roma Tre), Marco Bertuccio (Università Roma Tre), Authoritarian Finance in Post-Authoritarian Regimes in Latin American: the Brady Plan

 

Zoom link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/82245574382?pwd=L011bUpoNGxXaGdlVWRV...

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