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Macrohistory Seminar: Schedule Summer 2016

The schedule for the summer term is now online.

see Events for more details

Thursdays 12:15 – 13:30 at Kaiserplatz 7-9, 4th floor, Room 4.006

April 14, 2016
Ulrike Malmendier (University of California, Berkeley)
The Making of Hawks and Doves: Inflation Experiences and Voting on the FOMC
April 21, 2016
Matteo Cervellati (University of Bologna)
The Legacy of Political History 1000-1800 for Attitudes Towards the State: Disaggregated Analysis for Italy
April 28, 2016
Andreea Maerean (University of Southern Denmark)
The effects of monetary policy on stock markets: cross-country evidence
May 12, 2016
Sebastian Siegloch (University of Mannheim)
The Long-Term Costs of Government Surveillance: Insights from Stasi Spying in East Germany
June 1, 2016
Charlotte Bartels (DIW)
Top Incomes in Germany, 1871-2011
June 9, 2016
Jeremiah Dittmar (London School of Economics)
State Capacity and Public Goods: Institutional Change, Human Capital, and Growth in Early Modern Germany
June 16, 2016
Gregory Clark (University of California, Davis)
For Whom the Bell Curve Tolls: Demography and the Wealth of Nations
June 23, 2016
Jonathan Goupille-Lebret (Paris School of Economics)
Measuring the Distribution of Wealth: Methods and Estimates for France, 1800-2014
June 30, 2016
Ferdinand Rauch (University of Oxford)
Of mice and merchants: trade and growth in the iron age
July 7, 2016
Fabio Braggion (Tilburg University)
Credit Rationing and Social Stability: Evidence from 1930s China
July 14, 2016
Sascha Becker (University of Warwick)
Religion, Division of Labor and Conflict: Anti-Semitism in German Regions over 600 Years