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Section at the German Historikertag 2018, Münster

German Historikertag 2018, Münster

Section “The Market as a Scandal. Public debates about scope, functionality, and legitimacy”, organized by Jürgen Finger and Benjamin Möckel

Benjamin Möckel (Köln/Oxford): Introduction

Jürgen Finger (GHI Paris): Legitimacy through demarcation? The actors of the grey financial market of Paris around 1900

Sina Fabian (Humboldt-Universität, Berlin): A dubious good: Debates on the production and trade of alcohol in the early Weimar Republic

Robert Bernsee (Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen): New markets through new laws? Expert debates on copyright in comparison (Germany/US)

Hartmut Berghoff (Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen): From export promotion to crime. The debate on the criminalization of foreign corruption in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1970–2002

First network meeting: Morality and Economy: A History of Conflict?

10–11 January 2019, Cologne, organized by Benjamin Möckel and Jürgen Finger

Guests: Prof. Dr. Christoph Schank (University of Vechta)

                Dr. Tijo Salverda (University of Cologne)

Second network meeting: The Moral Background of Economic Practices

26–27 September 2019, Frankfurt/Main, organized by Benjamin Möckel and Korinna Schönhärl

Guests: Prof. Dr. Gabriel Abend (University of Lucerne)

                Prof. Dr. Andreas Fahrmeir (University of Frankfurt/Main)