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EH590 Seminars 2014-5

 

8 October

  • Introductory session

 

15 October

22 October

29 October

05 November

12 November

19 November

26 November

  • "Harbingers of Modernity: Monetary Injections and the Persistence of History, 1492-1821".
  • Nuno Palma, LSE

 

3 December

  • Historical Energy Price Shocks and their Changing Effects on the Economy
  • Dirk-Jan van de Ven, LSE

10 December 

14 January

21 January

28 January

04 February

  • tbc

11 February

  • Kostadis Papaioannou, Wageningen & Utrecht University
  • Local determinants of inter-communal violence in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from colonial British Africa

18 February

  • Marta Santamaria Monturiol, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
  • Modelling Spain's transformation

25 February

  • Hana Nielsen,  Lund University, Sweden
  • The Czechoslovak steel industry: efficiency in the times of inefficiencies

04 March

  • Miguel Laborda-Peman, Utrecht University
  • Emergence and dynamics of institutions for collective action in pre-industrial Europe, Utrecht University

11 March

  • Bernardo Stuhlberger Wjuniski, LSE
  • Guiding the Invisible Hand: Market Equilibrium and Multiple Exchange Rates in Brazil, 1953-1961

11 March

  • Sumiyo Nishizaki, LSE
  • After empire comes home: Economic experiences of Japanese civilian repatriates in Hiroshima, 1945-1956

18 March

  • Eric Golson, LSE & Warwick University
  • Neutral Central Bank Financing in the Great War: How do Neutral Bond Prices React to Wartime Financial and Political Events

 

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