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Economic History Seminar

Spring 2017

Date     Location  Name            Topic
January 27th KMC
7-191
Nathan Nunn (Harvard) Migrants and the Making of America: The Short- and Long-Run Effects of Immigration during the Age of Mass Migration
Febuary 2nd Columbia University    
Febuary 10th KMC
7-191
Martin Rotemberg
(NYU)
Anatomy of a Devaluation: Economic Consequences of Black Wednesday
March 2nd Columbia University    
March 10th KMC
7-191
Nico Voigtlaender
(UCLA, visiting Harvard)
The Medieval Roots of Democratization:
From the Norman Conquest of England to the Great Reform Act
March 31st KMC
7-191
Leah Boustan (UCLA) Inter-generational transmission of wealth shocks: Evidence from the US Civil War
April 6th Columbia University Steve Haber  
April 7th
KMC
7-191
 
Paola Giuliano
(UCLA)
Understanding Cultural Persistence and Change
April 21st KMC
7-191
Joint with IO Seminar
Jose Espin
(YALE)
Playing Checkers in Chinatown
May 4th Columbia University    
May 5th KMC
7-191
Nathaniel Hilger (BROWN)  

Seminar Time & Location

Fridays
2:15-3:45 PM 
KMC 7-191

Kaufman Management Center
Stern School of Business
44 West 4th Street
New York, NY 10012

Please contact Petra Moser (pmoser@stern.nyu.edu) or Ariah Dow (adow@stern.nyu.edu) with any questions regarding the seminar.