Lecturer at the podium

Graduate Economic History Seminars

Seminar Time: 13:00-14:00

Venue:

Michaelmas and Lent Term: NAB 1.07

Summer Term Week 1: NAB 1.07

Summer Term Week 2-5: NAB.LG.03

 

Organisers:

  • Alex Green - a.j.green@lse.ac.uk
  • Alka Raman - a.p.raman@lse.ac.uk
  • Jennifer Kohler - j.kohler@lse.ac.uk
  • Maanik Nath - m.nath1@lse.ac.uk

Michaelmas 2018

3 October

  • Felix Schaff (LSE)

  • Economic inequality in preindustrial Germany: a long-run view (fourteenth to nineteenth centuries)

10 October

  • Eric Melander (Warwick)

  • Mobility and Mobilisation: Railways and the Spread of Social Movements

17 October

  • Tim van der Valk (Utrecht)

  • Housing finance, the pension system and policy traditions: the case of France and the Netherlands (1960-2018)

24 October

  • Thomas Kang (ILAS/SAS)

  • The Evolution of Schooling in Brazil

31 October

  • David Escamilla-Guerrero (LSE)

  • Initial Determinants of Mexican Mass Migration

14 November 

  • Alejandro Ayuso Díaz (Madrid)

  • Japan Imperial Bloc and Industrial Exports in East and Southeast Asia 1912-1938

21 November

  • Yuzuru Kumon (UC Davis)

  • The Wage Depressing Effects of Equality? Japan 1750-1868 

28 November

  • Felipe Souza Melo (European University Institute)

  • Brazilian Cotton and the Atlantic Economy: Production and Trade in Maranhão and Pernambuco (c.1750-c.1810)

5 December 

  • Alex 'Spike' Gibbs (LSE)

  • 'Manorial Officeholding in Late Medieval and Early Modern England, 1300-1600

12 December   

  • GRC Presentations     

  • 1-3 pm

  • NAB 1.15

Lent 2019

16 January

  • Mattia Bertazzini
  • Expulsions of European farmers, productivityshocks and indigenous responses: evidence fromItalian Libya, 1930-2005

23 January

  • Vigyan D Ratnoo, York
  • Persistent Impacts of Colonial Land Tenure Systems: Evidence from Rural India

30 January

  • Jennifer Kohler, LSE
  • Ties that bind? On the relationship of kinship systems and civil conflict in African history

6 February

  • Michele Rosenberg, Madrid
  • Economic Incentives, Institutional and Cultural Change: the evolution of slavery in the Antebellum South

13 February

  • Sam Betteridge, LSE
  • ‘Taxing the Foreign Consumer: Revenue Policy and Price Controls Under the Bengal OpiumMonopoly, 1868-1908’

27 February

  • Jeremy Land, Georgia State
  • Boston, New York and Philadelphia in Trans-Imperial Maritime Trade 1700-1775

6 March

  • Kerice Doten-Snitker, Washington
  • The Temporal and Spatial Structure of Medieval Expulsions 

13 March

  • Maanik Nath, LSE
  • Neither Efficient nor Equitable: The Failures of Lending Regulation in Rural Madras 1930-60

20 March

  • Thea Don-Siemion, LSE
  • Poland and its Peers on the International Sovereign Debt Market, 1927-1936

27 March

  • Jacopo Sartori, Cambridge
  • Public Banking in the Economic Life of Barcelona 1490-1556

Summer 2019

 

1 May

  • Martina Miotto , Warwick
  • Women and Colonization in Africa

8 May

  • Ivan Luzardo-Luna, LSE
  • Queuing for the future:The nature of regional British unemployment in the 1920s

15 May

  • Matthijs Korevaar, Maastricht
  • The First Housing Bubble? House prices and turnover in Amsterdam 1582-1810

22 May 

  • PhD Exchange

29 May

  • Stephen Billington, Belfast
  • Patent Costs and the value of inventions: explianing patenting behaviour between england, ireland and scotland 1617-1852

5 June

  • Roger  Vicquery, LSE
  • The Common Currency Effect on Trade: Evidence from a Natural Experiment

12 June

  • Norma Cohen, Queen Mary
  • Winning the capital, winning the war: the role of the retail investor in the first world war