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Economic History Seminars

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Spring 2020

Seminars

 February 13

Valeria Rueda (University of Nottingham and CEPR)
“Political unification and geographic economic disparities in Italy,
1861-1871”

February 27

Martina Viarengo (Graduate Institute Geneva and Harvard
University)
“Gender Gaps and Cultural Change”

March 12 CANCELLED

Alexander Klein (University of Kent)
“Farmers, Railroads, and Market Integration: US Presidential
Election 1892”

March 19 CANCELLED
 

Mara P. Squicciarini (Bocconi University)
“Knowledge elites and modernization: evidence from revolutionary
France”


March 24 CANCELLED

James Robinson (University of Chicago)
“The economic effects of enclosing the English commons”

April 16, Room 18.0.A.04 CANCELLED

Tommy Murphy (Universidad de San Andrés)
"Truly Bare-Bones: What if Bare Bones Baskets Were Not Fixed?"

April 23 CANCELLED

Leigh Gardner (London School of Economics) and Stephen
Broadberry (University of Oxford)
“Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1885-2008”

 May 7 CANCELLED

Nuno Palma (University of Manchester)
“Comparative European Institutions and the Little Divergence, 1385-
1800”

May 14 MAX WEBER LECTURE CANCELLED

Cormac Ó Gráda (University College Dublin)
“Migration and Human Betterment: Lessons from Ireland and from
History”

May 28 , Room 18.0.A.04 CANCELLED

Gabriel Oddone (Universidad de la República)
“The Monetary and Fiscal History of Latin America: The case of
Uruguay (1960-2017)”