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Un nuovo Call for papers sull’Unione Bancaria



In response to the financial crisis that emerged in 2007-2008, the European Union pursued a number of new initiatives to create a sounder financial sector. A Banking Union was envisaged. A Single Rulebook was formed for all the financial players in the 28 Member States of the EU, and a Single Supervisory Mechanism(SSM) and a Single Resolution Mechanism (SRM) were established for the Eurozone. Banking Union is a critical step towards a tighter union in Europe, and its success or failure can impact on the ultimate goal of political union, too.


While the establishment of a supranational banking union is a unique experiment in history, useful lessons can be drawn from the past. In this perspective issue no. 2/2015 of the "Journal" will be devoted to "The European Banking Union reconsidered. Lessons from Economic History".


Papers related to the topic in historical perspective are welcome, including:


• oversight and supervision in national financial systems;
• "bail-in" and "bail-out";
• the consequences of strengthened capital and liquidity;
• framework and institutions for the protection of deposits;
• "too-big-to-fail";
• vicious circles between weakening banks and weakening national finances.


The list is tentative, and all proposals falling under the general topic will be considered.


The topic is not limited by geographical or historical boundaries. Papers related to EMU Member States, to European countries or countries outside Europe are eligible. Papers on Modern History are eligible, too.


Useful information


• Papers will be submitted double-blind refereeing in accordance with the current policy of the Journal.
• For detailed information on the Editorial policy, and on how to submit a paper, visit us at www.jeeh.it
• Papers should be sent to the attention of Editors at the address: thejournal.abi@gmail.com
• The deadline for the submission of papers is 30 September 2015.
• The selected papers will be announced by 31 October 2015.
• This special issue will be published in December 2015.




Paolo Guerrieri
Sapienza University, Rome and College d’Europe, Bruges


Gaetano Sabatini
University of Rome III, and University of Lisbon


Giovanni Farese
European University of Rome and LUISS Guido Carli, Rome


Anton Miguel Bernal
University of Seville

John A. Davis
University of Connecticut

Antonio Di Vittorio
University of Bari

José Luis Moreno
Emeritus, National University of Luján and University of Buenos Aires

John Komlos
University of Munich

Paolo Pecorari
University of Udine

Hans Pohl
University of Bonn

Paola Subacchi
Royal Institute of International Affairs, London

Nuno Valerio
University of Lisbon

Herman van der Wee
Emeritus, Catholic University, Leuven


Andrea Cafarelli
University of Udine

Leandro Conte
University of Siena

Francesco Dandolo
Federico II University, Naples

Giuseppe De Luca
University of Milan

Giuseppe Di Taranto
LUISS Guido Carli, Rome

Germano Maifreda
University of Milan

Luca Mocarelli
University of Milan-Bicocca

Antonio Pedone
Sapienza University, Rome

Gianluca Podestà
University of Parma

Alessandro Roncaglia
Sapienza University, Rome