A collaborative project: exploring Uses of the Past in International Economic Relations
UPIER job vacancies – join the UPIER team!July 31, 2017-The UPIER project is now advertising the below positions, based at the University of Oxford. Project Administrator at the University of Oxford Research Associate at the University of Oxford
New Publication by UPIER team memberJune 6, 2017-An update of recent publications by the UPIER team. Schenk, C. (2017). Negotiating Positive Non-interventionism: Regulating Hong Kong’s Finance Companies, 1976–1986. The China Quarterly, 1-23. doi:10.1017/S0305741017000637
New publications by UPIER team membersApril 24, 2017-An update of recent publications by UPIER team members. Alvarez, S. (2017). Venturing Abroad: The Internationalisation of Mexican Banks Prior to the 1982 Crisis. Journal of Latin American Studies, 1-32. doi:10.1017/S0022216X17000050
UPIER Working Papers series is launched!April 3, 2017-The UPIER Working Papers series reflects the work in progress of the researchers associated with the HERA-funded project Uses of the Past in International Economic Relations and of others whose papers directly address UPIER research themes. The first UPIER Working Paper: International money markets, liquidity risk and financial cooperation in the wake of the Latin American … Continue reading UPIER Working Papers series is launched!
Post-Doctoral Job Vacancy – join the UPIER team!March 7, 2017-Job Purpose The Department of Social Sciences at Universidad Carlos III Madrid invites applications for a 2-years Post-Doctoral Position within a International Collaborative Research Project on “Uses of the Past in International Economic Relations” (UPIER), funded by HERA (Humanities in the European Research Area).
College of Social Sciences PhD Studentships at the University of GlasgowNovember 29, 2016-The College of Social Sciences at the University of Glasgow will be offering up to 20 PhD scholarships for 2017/18. Applicants on themes related to UPIER are welcomed. Please contact Professor Catherine Schenk to develop appropriate research programs. For full details regarding eligibility and how to apply, please click here.