Workshop on Asian Trade and Monetary History in the Long 19th Century

Workshop on Asian Trade and Monetary History in the Long 19th Century

9:30-15:30. Monday. 21 September 2015
Room: New Academic Building 2.08 (NAB 2.08)

London School of Economics and Political Science

9.15 – 9.30: Coffee

9.30-9.40

Kaoru Sugihara: Introduction

9.40-10.10

Kaoru Sugihara (GRIPS), “Reconstructing the Trade Statistics of British India, 1834-1868”

10.10-10.40

Atsushi Kobayashi (JSPS Fellow/LSE), “An Exploration of the Trade Statistics of Indian Presidencies: Bengal, Bombay, and Madras, 1800-50”

10.40-10.50

Discussion. Tirthankar Roy (LSE)

10.50-11.10

General Discussion

11.10-11.30: Coffee

11.30-12.10

Takeshi Nishimura (Kansai University), “British International Banks in Asia, 1870-1913: An Interpretation of their Activities in relation to the Growth of Asia’s Trade”

12.10-12.40

Yoshinori Kigoshi (Nagoya University), “Constructing the Database on East Asian Trade in the 19th Century”

12.40-14.00: Lunch

14.00-14.30

Hiroaki Morota (GRIPS), “The Chinese Currency Order in the Interwar Period”

14.30-14.45

Discussion: Debin Ma (LSE)

14.45-15.30

General Discussion