Seminar Day and Time: Wednesdays 13:00-14:00
Lent Term 2020: NAB 1.07
Summer Term 2020:
Week 1 - NAB 1.07; Week 2-5 - NAB 2.04; Week 6-7 - OLD 4.10
- Mario Cuenda Garcia - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Juliana Jaramillo - email@example.com
- Sam Betteridge - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Yan Hu (CEMFI)
- 'Rebellion, Trade and the Rise of Cities in 19th Century China'
- Maanik Nath (LSE),
- 'Find Raiffeisen: The Missing Requisites for Cooperative Lending in South India 1930-1960'
- Hendrik Steinbrecher (Technical University Dortmund)
- 'The Fiscal Multiplier: Narrative Evidence from Interwar German Tax Changes'
- Samuel Lordemus (University of Sheffield)
- 'Colonial Origins and Health System Performance in the D.R. Congo'
- Juliana Jaramillio Echeverri (LSE)
- 'Measuring the Persistence and Mobility of Social Status in Colombia in the Long Term'
- Sijie Hu (LSE),
- Survival of the Confucians: Marital Fertility and Social Status in China, 1400-1900'
- Leonard Hodges (KCL)
- The Political Economy of Patronage: Kinship, Clientalism and the Compagnie des Indes, 1719-1761'
- Riccardo Marchingiglio (Northwestern University)
- 'The Employment Effect of Gender-Specific Minimum Wage'
- Emilie Bonhoure (Université de Toulouse Capitole)
- 'Paris-Listed Firms and Statutory Rule of Profit Allocation: What did they Promise to Pay Out to their Shareholders?'
- Lydia Assouad (Paris School of Economics)
- 'Do Leaders Matter? Ataturk's Visits and Nation-Building in Turkey'
- Yang You (Harvard)
- “Persistence Through Revolutions”
- Thea Don-Siemion (LSE)
- “Interwar Poland's Late Exit from Gold: A Case of Government as 'Conservative Central Banker’”
- Matthew Curtis (UC Davis)
- “Twins and the Trade-off: Family Size and Human Capital in Quebec 1621-1835”
- Ziang Liu (LSE)
- “Quantification and State Capacity in Premodern China: From Fiscal Centralism to Centralised Minimalism”
- Maria Aleksandrova (National Research University Higher School of Economics)
- “Practical Aspects of the Sixteenth Century English Royal Borrowing on the Antwerp Bourse”
- Maylis Avaro (Graduate Institute of Geneva)
- “Zombie International Currency, the Pound Sterling 1945-1971”
- Elissa Pereira (Universida de Federal do Rio de Janeiro)
- “New Christian merchants and risk mitigation strategies beyond the Portuguese Inquisition: trans-imperial networks and institutional specialities in a comparative perspective (Brazil-Portugal, 1690-1770)”
- Mimi Goodall (Oxford)
- “17th Century Commercial Statistics and New Calculations for per capita Consumption of Sugar”
- Alka Raman (LSE)
- "Imitation of Indian cottons and the evolution of printing and dyeing in the early British cotton industry”
- Conrad Copeland (Bristol)
- “Winds of Commerce: Ancient Patterns of Trade in the Indian Ocean”
- Mark Hup (UC Irvine)
- “Corvée Labor and State Capacity: The Case of Colonial Indonesia, 1870-1920”
- María José Fuentes-Vásquez (Universitat de Barcelona)
- “Coffee Tastes Bitter: Education, Child Labor, and Coffee Economy in Colombia during the Early Twentieth Century”
- Ivan Luzardo-Luna (LSE)
- "Why do the Unemployed Not Move to Job Hubs? Britain in the 1920s: The Case of the First Deindustrialisation”
- Samuel Betteridge (LSE)
- "The Tyranny of the Average: Markets, State Intervention, and the Profitability of Opium Cultivation in Nineteenth-Century North India”
- Alex Green (LSE)
- “A World of Ignorance: The Initial Conditions for the 1933 International Wheat Agreement”
- Gerda Asmus (Heidelberg University)
- “State Presence and Local Economic Development: Evidence from the Urals in the Aftermath of Pugachev's 1773-1775 Rebellion”