Planning, a global political religion?
Emmanuel Droit (Strasbourg), Philipp Müller (Hamburg), Giovanni Bernardini (Verona):
Address of welcome and Introductive remarks
Interrogating Authoritarian Planning
Chair: Emmanuel Droit (Strasbourg)
Anna Catharina Hofmann (Halle) – „Liberal Democratic“ and „Authoritarial“ Planning? Economic Planning in France and Spain during the 1950s and the 1960s
Adam Rogoda (Warsaw) – Development Planning in Pre- and Post Revolutionary Iran. Continuity or change?
Philipp Müller (Hamburg) – Portuguese Planning Phantasies. Modernizing the Empire and Approaching Europe
Katharina Kreuder-Sonnen (Vienna)– Complex Networks: Planning Knowledge on a GDR Construction Site in the late 1960s
East and West in the Global and European South
Chair: Wolfgang Knöbl (Hamburg)
Emmanuel Droit (Strasbourg) – East German Experts Serving African Socialism. Planning in Egypt and Guinea During the 1960’s
Heinrich Hartmann (Constance) – Planning Anatolian Rural Life. Transnational Expertise and Demographic Change in Turkey during the 1950s and 1960s
Giovanni Bernardini (Verona) – Planning Comes to Italy? Planning Policies Under the First Center-Left Government Coalition of the 1960’s
International Settings of Planning
Chair: Philipp Müller (Hamburg)
Juri Auderset(Fribourg) – Between High Modernism and Low Modernism. On the Prospects and Deceptions of Planning in theTransnational Networks of Agricultural Economics,1930-1965
Michel Christian (Lyon/Lahra) – PlanningtheWorldIndustrialization? UNIDO and its "World Industry Model"
Elke Seefried (Aachen) – The Club of Rome and the Changing Conception of Global Planning
Hugo Canihac (Bruxelles) – Market Planning and the Impossible Emergence of European Economics (1957-1967)
1.00-1.30p.m – Final discussion
Sciences Po Strasbourg,
7 rue del’Ecarlate
This conference has received funding from the Franco-German University (DFH-UFA) and the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 75088.