The Economic and Social History group is proposing different seminars on the Jourdan Campus:

Economic History

This seminar relates to the analysis of the economic phenomena from the historical point of view. It aims at highlighting the recent developments most significant of research in economic history, in particular work employing of the methods and original modelings making it possible to represent the temporality of the economic transformations as well on a microeconomic scale as on a macroeconomic scale. . Go to this seminar webpage

Business and Financial History

This seminar focuses on financial history: that of financial institutions (banks, financial markets) and the actors’ practices, as well as that of firms (accounting, internal or external financing, profits, governance), mainly in Europe and its colonies, since the beginning of the 19th century. The seminar will alternate sessions in the form of a workshop on a theme, discussing sources, data, methodological issues and historiography (in particular around the Data for Financial History database:, and sessions where a guest speaker will present a recent or ongoing work, sometimes remotely via Zoom. This seminar is co-funded by a French government subsidy managed by the Agence Nationale de la Recherche under the framework of the Investissements d’avenir programme reference ANR-17-EURE-0001. Go to this seminar webpage

Economie politique du changement institutionnel

Seminar co-organized by PSE and MSE on Friday (11am, 12.30pm), alternatively on the Jourdan Campus and at the MSE. The invited speakers are usually from another institution and have an international reputation. They present their most recent works in the field of political economy… Go to this seminar webpage

>> An online agenda is also available on the PSE website, that includes all the seminars, conferences, thesis defenses…