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Béatrice Dedinger (SciencesPo coordinator)

Personal history

Researcher at the Centre d’histoire de Sciences Po, FNSP/Sciences Po Paris.

Main publications

« L’Allemagne et la France dans la mondialisation commerciale aux XIXe et XXe siècles », in J.-F. Eck, D. Hüser, eds., Deutschland und Frankreich in der Globalisierung im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert/L’Allemagne et la France dans la mondialisation aux XIXe et XXe siècles, Steiner Verlag, 2012, pp. 33-52.

 

« Le problème des statistiques allemandes du commerce extérieur avant 1871 », Histoire@Politique. Politique, culture, société, n° 17, mai-août 2012, www.histoire-politique.fr

« The Franco-German trade puzzle: an analysis of the economic consequences of the Franco-Prussian war », Economic History Review, 65, 3, 2012: pp. 1029-1054.

« Les orientations géographiques du commerce extérieur allemand depuis la fin du XIXe siècle : analyse d’un siècle de transformations », Revue d’Allemagne et des pays de langue allemande, 39(2), avril-juin 2007 : pp. 253-267.

« Le protectionnisme est-il la clef du succès commercial allemand à la fin du XIXe siècle ? », Revue d’Allemagne et des pays de langue allemande, 40(1), 2008 : pp.75-99.

« From virtual free-trade to virtual protectionism. Did protectionism have any part in Germany’s rise to commercial power? 1850-1913 » in J-P. Dormois, P. Lains, eds. – Classical Trade Protectionism, 1815-1914, Routledge, 2006: pp. 219-241.

«The Geographical Structure of Trade in Germany since the Late Nineteenth Century», The Journal of European Economic History, 3, 2006: pp. 551-583.

Loïc Charles (INED Coordinator)

Personal history

Since Sept. 2008, Full Professor. University of Reims. Economic department.

Since January 2005, fellow researcher at INED (French National Institute for Demographic Studies) and researcher at EconomiX (University of Paris Ouest and CNRS/UMR 7235).

Main publications (total number of publications in refereed international journals: 15)

The Colonial Machine Dismantled: Knowledge and Empire in the French Atlantic”, with Paul Cheney (University of Chicago), Past and Present, forthcoming 2012.

From Versailles to Paris: the Creative Communities of the Physiocratic Movement”, with Ch. Théré (Ined), History of Political Economy, 43: 1 (Spring 2011), p. 25-58.

Le cercle de Vincent de Gournay : savoirs économiques et pratiques administratives au milieu du XVIIIe siècle ed. with Ch. Théré et Fr. Lefebvre (Ined), Paris, Ined, 2011.

La collecte du chiffre au xviiie siècle : Le Bureau de la Balance du Commerce et la production des données sur le commerce extérieur de la France», avec Guillaume Daudin, Revue d’Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, vol. 58, n°1, p. 128-155, 2011.

Le prix comme vecteur d’information dans la pensée économique française dans la deuxième moitié du XVIIIe siècle”, in Dominique Margairaz and Philippe Minard dir., L’information économique. XVIe-XIXe siècle, Comité pour l’histoire économique et financière de la France, 2008, p. 71-91.

Prizes

2010 European Society for the History of Economic Thought’s Young Scholar of the Year.

2004 History of Economics Society’s Best Article Award.

1996 Grant Aguirre-Basualdo, Chancellerie des Université de Paris.

 

Guillaume Daudin (project coordinator)

Guillaume Daudin is an active researcher who has published in the top-field journal in Economic History and in good journals in Economics and History. This guarantees his commitment to quality scientific output.

He has shown his commitment to pluri-disciplinary research. Despite being a professor in Economics, he has a long history of exchanging with historians (e.g. in the seminar headed at various times by Dominique Margairaz, Philippe Minard and Pierre Gervais or in the MARPROF project). He has written papers in history (e.g. Charles and Daudin 2011 or Guillaume Daudin 2010), international trade economics (e.g. Guillaume Daudin, Rifflart, and Schweisguth 2011). This experience gives him the tools to exchange with both communities. He will ensure both that the historians validate data that are useful to economists and that the economists work keeping in mind the historical limitation of the data.

More specifically, he has often worked with large trade databases, historical or not. With Elizaveta Archanskaïa, he has worked with product specific (4-digit) UN trade data from 1962 to now (Archanskaïa and Daudin 2012). He also worked for a while alongside Marc Flandreau and Béatrice Dedinger on the RICardo database of world trade from the 1830s to nowadays and on MARPROF. Along with Loïc Charles, he has initiated in 2010 a researcher network implicating many of the scholars who are now involved in the ANR (18th century trade network: (listes.cru.fr/sympa/info/18c_trade_data). This network has given him the opportunity to start a fruitful collaboration and to make the personal acquaintance of moste of the researchers involved in this project.

His collaboration with Loïc Charles on the collection of French data has started in 2009 and forms the backbone of this project. Even though he will be the formal coordinator of the project, they will continue working together to ensure its success.

 

Guillaume Daudin – 39 year old

Personal history

Since 2012 Université Paris-Dauphine, LEDa/DIAL : Full Professor in Economics

Since 2008 Sciences-Po, Centre de Recherche en Économie (OFCE) : Associate Researcher

2008-2012 Université Lille-I, EQUIPPE: Full Professor in Economics

Main publications (total number of publications in refereed international journals: 14)

«Who produce for Whom in the World Economy?», with Christine Rifflart and Danièle Schweisguth, Canadian Journal of Economics, forthcoming 2011

La collecte du chiffre au xviiie siècle : Le Bureau de la Balance du Commerce et la production des données sur le commerce extérieur de la France», avec Loïc Charles, Revue d’Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, vol. 58, n°1, p. 128-155, 2011.

«Quantitative methods and Economic History», in Dove va la storia economica? Metodi e prospettive. Secc. XIII-XVIII. • Where is Economic History going? Methods and Prospects from the 13th to the 18th Centuries. (Où va l’Histoire Économique? Méthodes et perspectives XIIIe-XVIIIe siécles), Acts of the XLII study week Settimana Datini 2011

Domestic Trade and Market Size in Late 18th century France”, Journal of Economic History vol. 63, n°3 , 2010

«Ordre et désordres dans l’échange international : une revue de littérature», with Jean-Luc Gaffard et Francesco Saraceno, Revue de l’OFCE: Observations et diagnostics économiques, Janvier, n°100, 2007

Education

1996-2001 Université Paris-I / London School of Economics PhD in economics

Prizes

2003 Finalist at the thesis prize of the European Historical Economics Society

2001 Thesis prize of the Association Française de Science Économique