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Seminars, Conferences and Events

 

EH590

Summer Term: April 30

  • Stephan Werner, LSE
  • The Dividend Surplus Process - Connecting Ruin Theory with Financial Economics (via Economic History)
  • Room: KSW 1.04 (20, Kingsway)
  • Time: 5-6.30pm

Modern and Comparative

Summer term: tba

Lent Term:

Thursday 20th March

  • Jessica Bean (Denison)
  • Intergenerational Labor Supply in Interwar London
  • Room: KSW G.01 
  • Time: 5-7pm

HPPE

Summer Term: tba

A panel on  The Scientific Revolution in Honour of Patrick O’Brien
Thursday, 3rd April, 2014, at 5.30 p.m

The Institute of Historical Research and the London Centre of the University of Notre Dame, in collaboration with the Oxford Centre for Global History. Professor O’Brien (LSE and St Antony’s College, Oxford) debates his controversial views with Professors Robert Iliffe (Sussex), Richard Drayton (KCL), Andrew Wear (UCL), and Alan Powers (Bristol, Ma.)

In the Global History Seminar Series at The University of Notre Dame’s Fischer Hall, 1-5 Suffolk Street, London, SW1Y 4HG

 The Epstein Lecture 2014

  • Ewout Frankema, (Wageningen)
  • Chaired by Professor George Gaskell, Pro-Director of the LSE
  • Title: Is Africa Growing out of Poverty?
  • Date and time: , 6-7.30p
  • Venue: NAB 2.04

 

 

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