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EH590 Seminars 2016-17


6 October

  • Flora Macher (LSE)
  • 'No banks without states, no states without banks - The political context of the Austrian and Hungarian banking crises in 1931'


20 October

  • Humberto Laudares (University of Geneva)
  • 'Tordesillas, Slavery and the Origins of Brazilian Inequality'


3 November

  • Daniel Gallardo Albarran (University of Groningen)
  • 'Health and Economic Growth in the 20th century'


17 November

  • John Gent (LSE)
  • 'Different "golden dreams": Bank business models in the early industrial revolution, 1780-1832'


1 December

  • Nikita Lychakov (Queen's University Belfast)
  • 'Industrialization policy as a cause of bank distress: the 1899-1902 Russian financial crisis'