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Seminarios de Historia Económica

Última actualización: 11/04/2018

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Programación

February 1

Erik Green (University of Lund)
“Where and why did Europeans settle overseas? Evidence from the
Cape of Good Hope”

February 22

Bernard Harris (University of Strathclyde)
“Sanitary investment and the decline of mortality in England and Wales,
1817-1914”

March 8

Stefan Nikolic (University of Groningen)
“Wages, Prices, and Standards of Living in Eastern Europe, 1913-1945”

March 15 : Room 18.1.A.11 (12:30 -14:00 H)

Gabriele Cappelli & Michelangelo Vasta (Universidad de Siena)
"Can school centralization foster human capital accumulation? A quasi-experiment from early-20th-century Italy".

March 22

Matthias Blum (Queen’s University Belfast)
“Skilled immigration and development before the ‘Age of Mass
Migration’: Ethnic Germans in Yugoslavia, 1784 to 1931”

April 26

John Tang (Australian National University)
“The Samurai Bond: credit supply and economic growth in pre-war
Japan”

May 3

Denis Cogneau (Paris School of Economics)
“Public Finance and Development in the Former French Empire (1890-
1970)”

May 11  FRIDAY, 12:30 Room 18.1.A.04)

Luz Marina Arias (CIDE) JOINT SEMINAR WITH IC3JM
“How do Rulers Rule? Coordination and the Legitimate Accumulation
of Power”

May 22  (TUESDAY)

Leticia Arroyo Abad (Middlebury College ) and Noel Maurer (George Washington University School of Business)
“Crouching Lion, Hidden Eagle: Anglo-American imperialism and
country risk, 1904-30”
 

Seminarios

SEMINARIO DE HISTORIA ECONÓMICA

JUEVES 17:30h – 19:00h, Getafe Campus
Edificio 18 (Aula 18.1.A01)

 

 Contacto

Los trabajos estarán disponibles en esta página unos días antes de cada seminario.
Las personas de contacto son

Leandro Prados de la Escosura
prados@clio.uc3m.es
Phone number 0034 91 624 96 23

Dacil Juif
djuif@clio.uc3m.es
 

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