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Pilar Nogues-Marco

 

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Ph.D. in Economics (International Finance) at Sciences-Po Paris, Pilar Nogues-Marco is an Associate Professor in Economic History at the University of Geneva (Paul Bairoch Institute), Research Affiliate at Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and Trustee of the European Historical Economics Society (EHES). Her research focuses on monetary and financial history in the early modern period. Before joining the University of Geneva in 2015, she held teaching and research positions at Carlos III University of Madrid, University Pompeu Fabra, Sciences-Po Paris and University of Barcelona.

AEHR Excellence in Refereeing Award 2016

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Research Interests

Monetary History / Financial Development / Early Modern European History

 

 Selected Publications

- Nogues-Marco, P. (2013): "Competing Bimetallic Ratios: Amsterdam, London and Bullion Arbitrage in mid-18th century", Journal of Economic History, 73(2), pp.445-476. [CEPR DP9300] [published version]

- Flandreau, M., Galimard, C., Jobst, C. and Nogues-Marco, P. (2009): “Monetary Geography before the Industrial Revolution”, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 2 (2), pp. 149-171.  [CEPR DP7169]  [published version]

- Nogues-Marco, P. and Vam Malle-Sabouret, C. (2007): “East India bonds, 1718-1763: early exotic derivatives and London market efficiency”, European Review of Economic History, 11 (3), pp. 367-394. Figuerola Prize to the best paper published in the EREH (2007-2009), awarded by the EHES [published version]

 

All Publications

List of published works. [.pdf]

 

New Working Papers

- Martínez-Ruiz, E., and Nogues-Marco, P. (2017): The political economy of exchange rate stability during the gold standard. Spain, 1874-1914. Working Papers of the Paul Bairoch Institute of Economic History; 1/2017. Geneva

 

PhD Students

- Damian Clavel (enrolled Sep 2014) (co-supervision with Marc Flandreau, University of Pennsylvania), "Perdants souverains, financiers de seconde catégorie et asymétries d'information en période de globalisation précoce: une étude de l'échec de Poyais 1820-1838", PhD candidate in History, Department of International History, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID), Geneva.

- Sébastien Savoy (enrolled Sep 2017) (co-supervision with Françoise Briegel, University of Geneva), "La cadastration du duché de Savoie au XVIIIe siècle, une réforme fiscale et administrative dans l'Europe des Lumières", PhD candidate in Economic and Social History, Paul Bairoch Institut of Economic History, University of Geneva, Geneva.

- Anna Solé del Barrio (enrolled Sep 2014) (co-supervision with Fernando Guirao, University Pompeu Fabra), "The negotiation of an asymmetric EMS: a second best for high inflation countries", PhD candidate in History, Institute of History Jaume Vicens Vives, University Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Barcelona.

- Jacopo Timini (enrolled Nov 2014) (co-supervision with Stefano Battilossi, University Carlos III de Madrid), "Monetary Unions and the Core-Periphery Dilemma: A Political Economy Approach to International Trade and Finance", PhD candidate in Economic History, Department of Social Sciences, University Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), Madrid.

 

Teaching - Master

Directions Actuelles de la Recherche en Histoire Économique

History of Economic Globalization

Atelier pour la Préparation du Mémoire

Teaching - Bachelor

Early Modern Economic and Social History

 

Responsabilités administratives à la Faculté des Sciences de la Société (UNIGE)    

 
 
 - Siège Comité Scientifique Programme Doctoral Histoire Contemporaine, Conférence Universitaire de Suisse Occidentale (CUSO)