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Workshops 2019-20

Forthcoming workshops hosted by the Department of Economic History, LSE.

Socialization and Skill: The Master Apprentice Relationship inLong Term Perspective 8-9 November 2019


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Laura Gowing, Jeff Horn, Jonathan Barry, Jose Nieto Sáanchez,  Ida Juul, Leonard Rosenband, Lars Edgren, Sietske Van den Wyngaert and Merja Uotila.

Organised by Sietske Van den Wyngaert, Bert De Munck & Patrick Wallis.

To attend, email Sietske.VandenWyngaert@uantwerpen.be





OWL Workshop in Economic History (Oxford, Warwick, LSE) 25 October 2019

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Room: 32L B.07 (32 Lincolns Inn Fields)


09:30-10:00 Welcome, Registration and Coffee

10:00– 1:30  Session 1: Chair:  Neil Cummins

Mattia Bertazzini: Human Adaptation to Environmental Change

Stephen Broadberry: Accounting for the Wealth of Nations: Recent Findings from Historical National Accounting

11:30 – 12:00  Coffee

12:00–13:30    Session 2: Chair: Chris Minns

Marta Santamaria: The gains from reshaping infrastructure: Evidence from the division of Germany

Amit Chaudhary: Political change, Religious Identity, and Competition: Evidence from human capital formation in India

13:30-14:30      Lunch

14:30-16:00 Session 3: Chair: Ian Gazeley

Sarah Horrell: Malthus's missing women and children: demography and women and children's remuneration in historical perspective, Britain 1280-1850'

Sijie Hu: Survival of the Confucians: Male fertility and social status in China, 1400-1900

16:00 – 16:30      Coffee

16:30-18:00      Keynote: Chair: Professor Max Schulze

Tracy Dennison: The Political Economy of Serfdom: State Capacity and Institutional Change in Prussia and Russia

18:30     Drinks and Dinner