August 14, 2003

ECONOMIC HISTORY SEMINAR FALL 2003

ECONOMIC HISTORY SEMINAR FALL 2003

September 8 Marc Flandreau, (Economics, Sciences-Po, Paris), "Understanding Globalization: Sovereign Risk and Financial Integration Before WWI"

September 22 open

September 29 Trevon Logan, (Economics, U.C. Berkeley)

October 6 Chang Hsieh (Economics, U.C. Berkeley)

October 13 Muge Adalet, (Economics, U.C. Berkeley)

October 20 Caroline Fohlin (Johns Hopkins University)

October 27 open

November 3 Rick Steckel (Economics, Ohio State University)

November 10 Bishnupriya Gupta (Economics, University of Warwick)

November 17 Kris Mitchener (Economics, Santa Clara University), "Sovereign Debt Restructurings and Workouts: Lessons from the Gold Standard"

November 24 (or, December 1 if Claudia declines)

Dora Costa, (Economics, MIT), "Shame" December 4 (moved from Dec 1) ???Claudia Goldin???

Posted by DeLong at August 14, 2003 06:00 PM | TrackBack

Comments


Brad:

Are you trying to ruin my day? We didn't get that many good economic historian lectures during any given year at the World Bank!

I'll talk to Wolfensohn and see if he'd be willing to open up a country office in California to help with their economic development.

sz

Posted by: SZ - FairAndBalanced on August 15, 2003 07:16 AM

Brad,

Are we welcome at these seminars, given that we stay quiet and harmless?

Posted by: chishen on August 15, 2003 11:25 AM
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