Dr Nadia  Matringe

Dr Nadia Matringe

Assistant Professor

Department of Accounting

+44 (0)20 7955 6265
Room No
KSW 3.05
Office Hours
Tuesday 14.30-15.30; Tuesday 15.30-16.30 (Academic Advisory support hour only)
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Research Interests

  • Financial accounting history 
  • History and sociology of organizations
  • History and sociology of economic theory and techniques
  • History of risk-management processes
  • Diffusion of accounting practices and knowledges in the early modern period



  • 2016. La Banque en Renaissance. Les Salviati et la place de Lyon au milieu du XVIe siècle, Presses Universitaires de Rennes.

Peer reviewed papers

  • Credit reallocation and trade finance in the early modern age: the fair deposit. (to appear in Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales, second issue of 2017)
  • 2016. La légende noire des finances espagnoles à l’épreuve de l’économétrie. Revue d’Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, 63-1, 2016/1, pp. 30-46.
  • L’équation qui a changé la face du monde, Revue d’histoire moderne et contemporaine, 2016/4, pp. 200-215.
  • Aux origines d'une dette publique consolidée : les assemblées représentatives ? Revue d'histoire moderne et contemporaine 2017/3, pp. 159-169.
  • Italian entreprise, the Lyons market and Europe in the 16th century. (In Press) Jahrbuch fur Geschichte und Kultur Westeuropas. (first issue, to be published in December 2016).

Book chapters

  • Le commerce du luxe à Lyon au XVIe siècle : un monopole italien ? In: N. Coquery, A. Bonnet, (dir.), Le commerce du luxe, le luxe du commerce. Production, exposition et circulation des objets précieux du Moyen Âge à nos jours, Paris, Mare et Martin, 2015, pp. 38-45.
  • Social capital vs commercial profits: the impact of networks on decision-making in early modern banks. (In Press) In: K. Schonharl (ed.) Decision taking, confidence and risk management in banks, Palgrave MacMillan studies in financial history. 2016.

Working Papers

  • Ratio pecuniam parit. Accounting and the making of financial markets in the early modern age.