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EH590 Seminars 2015-6

 

30.09.2015

This meeting will take place in PAR.LG.03 (Parish Hall).

 

07.10.2015

 

14.10.2015

 

21.10.2015

 

28.10.2015

  • An Anatomy of Germany's Margins of Trade in the First Era of Globalization: Zeros All Over the Place
  • Wolf-Fabian Hungerland - Humboldt University

 

04.11.2015

 

11.11.2015

 

18.11.2015

 

25.11.2015

  • The Recruitment and Allocation of Bureaucratic Talent: Evidence from the Administration of the British Empire
  • Guo Xu - LSE, Economics

 

09.12.2015

  • Patronage or Meritocracy? Education and Public Sector Employment in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda since Independence
  • Rebecca Simson - LSE, Economic History
  • State, Fiscal Intermediaries and Confiscation: Patrimonial Management of Ottoman Local Elites, 1700s-1820s.
  • Yasin Arslantas - LSE, Economic History

13.01.2016

 

20.01.2016

  • Meng Wu LSE
  • Rise and decline: a true story of the Chinese Shanxi piaohao (draft banks), 1823-1917

 

27.01.2016

 

03.02.2016

 

10.02.2016

  • Maxine Montaigne - LSE
  • Fertility, Contraception and the Malthusian League in Late Nineteenth Century British Discourse

 

17.02.2016

  • Brian Varian -  LSE
  • The revealed comparative advantages of late-Victorian Britain

 

24.02.2016

  • Damian Clavel - Geneva
  • When Financial Repression leads to Financial Innovation: Poyais and Commercial Concurrence within the Central American British Informal Empire 1820-1838

 

02.03.2016

  • Sandra de Pleijt -  LSE/Utrecht
  • Human Capital Formation During the First Industrial Revolution

 

09.03.2016

  • Roser Klee - Barcelona
  • Searching for a last forgotten famine in contemporary Henan, China: A long term approach to the 1975 flood disaster. 

 

16.03.2016

  • Oliver Bush - LSE
  • UK monetary and credit policy after the Radcliffe Report

 

23.03.2016

  • Filip Novokmet - Paris School of Economics
  • Between communism and capitalism: Understanding inequality dynamics in Eastern Europe

27.04.2016   

  • Enrique Jorge-Sotelo  -    LSE, Economic History      
  • The lender of last resort in Spain, 1900-1936

 

4.05.2016      

  • Yasin Aslantas - LSE, Economic History      
  • Institutional Dynamics, Persistence and Abolition of Ottoman Confiscations, 1770s-1839

 

11.05.2016   

  • Michiel de Hass - Wageningen University     
  • Challenging the orthodoxy of African labour scarcity: regional migration and the colonial Great Lakes economy

 

18.05.2016   

  • Joe Lane - LSE, Economic History      
  • Secrets for Sale? Evidence of innovation and the nature of knowledge in an early industrial district

 

25.05.2016   

  • Leo Kukic - LSE, Economic History      
  • The Last Yugoslavs: Ethnicity, Identity, and Economic Outcomes

 

 

 

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