Home > Economic History > Seminars and Events > EH590 Thesis Workshop

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

EH departmental PhD workshop

  • Jae Harris
  • Revealed Preferences: Interpreting investors' choices between government bonds and private shares in early Chinese financial markets
  • Rebecca Simson
  • Education, public employment and class formation in postcolonial East Africa

11 February

18 February

25 February

04 March

11 March

11 March

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

29 April   

  • Nicola Limodio, LSE, Economics Department 
  • The development impact of financial regulation: Evidence from Ethiopia and antebellum USA

6 May 

  • Fabian Wahl, University of Hohenheim 
  • Participative political institutions and city development, 800-1800

13 May   

  • Thilo Huning, Humboldt-University Berlin 
  • How Britain unified Germany: Geography and the rise of Prussia after 1815

20 May   

  • Christoph Koenig, University of Warwick 
  • War veterans and the breakdown of young democracies: Evidence from Weimar Germany

27 May   

  • Will Quinn, Queen's University, Belfast 
  • Squeezing the bears: Cornering risk and limits on arbitrage during the British bicycle mania, 1896-1898

3 June 

  • Leo Kukic, LSE, Economic History Department  
  • Socialist growth revisited: Insights from Yugoslavia

10 June   

  • Kathrin Pindl, University of Regensburg 
  • Wages, prices, and consumption patterns: Some perspectives on (pre-) modern standards of living in Southern Germany, 1354-1914

17 June   

  • Alexis Wegerich, Oxford University
  •  A second force in global coal price convergence: The spread of coal mining and competition in the bunker coal market, 1883-1938

24 June   

  • Felix Ward, University of Bonn 
  • A concise history of credit cycles, 1870-2012

 

 

Share:Facebook|Twitter|LinkedIn|