Theory, History, and Development Seminar Series Tentative Schedule
Mark Koyama, George Mason University
Monday, February 12th
|"The samurai bond: credit supply and economic growth in pre-war Japan"
John Tang, The Australian National University
Monday, February 26th
|"Socioeconomic Inequality across Religious Groups in the Middle East"
Mohamed Saleh, Toulouse 1 University Capitole
Monday, March 5th
|"Cultural Transmission and the Colonial Legacy: Evidence from a Lab in the Field on
a Natural Experiment"
Latika Chaudhury, Naval Postgraduate School
Monday, March 12th
Dave Donaldson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Joint with TUE Seminar)
Tuesday, March 13th
Roee Tepper, University of Pittsburgh
Monday, March 19th
|"The End of the Rentiers: Paris 1842-1957"
Jean-Laurent Rosenthal, Cal Tech
Monday, October 2nd
|"Stock Volatility and the Great Depression"
Marc Weidenmier, Chapman/Claremont
Monday, October 9th
|"Political Barriers to Changing Property Rights: Evidence from 17th Century English
Kara Dimitruk, UCI Graduate Student
Monday, October 23rd
|"From Weber to Kafka: Political Instability and the Rise of an Inefficient Bureaucracy"
Gabriele Gratton, University of New South Wales
Monday, November 6th
Ed Hopkins, The University of Edinburgh
Monday, November 13th
|"Railroads and the Rural to Urban Transition: Evidence from 19th-Century Argentina"
Santiago Perez, UC Davis (Joint with TUE Seminar)
Thursday, November 16th
|"Austerity and the Rise of the Nazi Party"
Chris Meissner, UC Davis
Monday, November 20th
|"Bank Balance Sheets and Asset Sales"
Rodney Ramcharan, USC
Monday, November 27th
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