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EH590 Seminars 2013-4

  •  KSW 1.04 (20, Kingsway)
  • Time: 5-6.30pm

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October 9

  • tbc

October 16

October 23

  • Glenda Oskar, University of California, Berkeley
  • Corporate Finance with Assessments

October 30

  • Judy Stephenson, LSE
  • Gilboy revisited: Or, low(er) wages and the pre- industrial London building craftsman.

November 6

November 13

  • Beatriz Rodriguez-Satizabal, LSE
  • The Business of Banking: Opening Opportunities for Diversification

November 20

November 27

  • Kars Aznavour, Graduate Institute of Geneva
  • A Comparative Analysis of mid-19th Century European Telegraph Tariffs

December 4 

  • Esther Sahle, LSE
  • The competitive edge of the reliable Friends? Quaker contract enforcement, 1660-1800

December 11

15 January

22 January

29 January

5 February

  • Presenter: Arthi Vellore
  • Affiliation: Oxford
  • Title: "The Dust Was Long in Settling": Human Capital and the Lasting Impact of the American Dust Bowl
  • Chair: Judy Stephenson

12 February

  • Presenter: Vincent Geloso
  • Affiliation: LSE
  • Title: Agricultural production, the timber trade and living standards in Lower Canada, 1831
  • Chair: Bernardo Wjuniski
 

19 February

  • Presenter: Robin Winkler
  • Affiliation: Oxford
  • Title: "Feast or Famine? Consumer Welfare between the Weimar Republic and the Third Reich"
  • Chair: Gerardo Serra

 

26 February

5 March 

 

12 March

 

19 March 

  • Presenters: Gabriele Cappelli, Géraldine David
  • Affiliation: European University Institute, Université Libre Bruxelles/LSE
  • Title: Gabriele Cappelli: "One size (didn’t) fit all: municipal institutions and the education in Italy’s provinces, 1870 – 1907" 
  • Title: Géraldine David: tbc
  • Chair: Natacha Postel-Vinay

 

 

April 30

  • Stephan Werner, LSE
  • The Dividend Surplus Process - Connecting Ruin Theory with Financial Economics (via Economic History)

May 7

 


 

May 14

  • Stefano Condorelli, Bern University/LSE
  • The Mississippi and South Sea Bubbles in a European perspective (1719-1720)

May 21

  • Jae Harris, LSE
  • Tbc

May 28

  • Elisabeth Perlman, Boston University
  • Dense Enough To Be Brilliant: Patents, Urbanization and Transportation in 19th century America

June 4

  • Pei Gao, LSE
  • Rise from chaos: what drives the spread of modern primary schooling in China through the early 20th century

June 11

  • Ruben Schalk, Utrecht University
  • "With or without the guilds? Dutch apprenticeship during the 18th and 19th century"

June 18

  • Stefan Nikolic, University of York
  • "Determinants of Industrial Location: Kingdom of Yugoslavia in the Interwar Period"?

June 25

  • Felipe Valencia Caicedo, University Pompeu Fabra/LSE
  •  The Mission: Economic Persistence, Human Capital Transmission and Culture in South America

 


 

July 2

  • seminar cancelled

 

 

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