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Economics 211: Economic History Seminar

Fall 1998

Organizer: Brad DeLong, delong@econ.berkeley.edu
Place: Cheit 320 (at Berkeley's Haas Business School)
Time: 2-4 PM, Mondays*

August 31 Organizational Meeting
September 7 HOLIDAY
September 14 NO MEETING: DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR
September 21 Martha Olney, "Consumerism: An Economist's Perspective"
September 28 Gary Richardson, "The Prudent Village"
October 5 Greg Clark, "Was the Industrial Revolution Primarily a Demographic Event?"**
October 12 Jaime Jue, "Price Convergence and Interregional Arbitrage Opportunities in the Post-Bellum United States"
October 19 NO MEETING: DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR
October 26 NO MEETING
November 2 NO MEETING: DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR
November 9 Michael Bordo, "Was Expansionary Monetary Policy Feasible During the Great Depression?"**
November 16 Jan de Vries, "Bread Price Regulation in the Dutch Republic"
November 23 Kris Mitchener, "State-Chartered Banks During the Great Depression"
November 30 Nathan Sussman, "Growth, Risk, and Institutional Reform in Meiji Japan"**

*After the seminar we will adjourn to Jimmy Bean's cafe downstairs at the Business School for coffee.

**We will take out-of-town guests to a (relatively early) dinner before they have to sprint to the airport.


Professor of Economics J. Bradford DeLong, 601 Evans
University of California at Berkeley; Berkeley, CA 94720-3880
(510) 643-4027 phone (510) 642-6615 fax
delong@econ.berkeley.edu
http://www.j-bradford-delong.net/

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