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Economics 211: Economic History Seminar

Spring 1999

Organizer: Brad DeLong, delong@econ.berkeley.edu
Place: 175 Barrows Hall
Time: 2-4 PM, Mondays*

January 25 Organizational Meeting
February 1 --NO MEETING--
February 8 Carlos Marichal, Stanford University, "The Construction of Credibility: Financial Market Reform and the Reconstruction of Mexican Government Debt in the 1880s."
February 15 JOINT WITH DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR
February 22 Liam Brunt, Harvard University, "Technology, Climate, and Wheat Production in the English Industrial Revolution, 1700-1860"
March 1 JOINT WITH DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR
March 8 Chris Meissner, U.C. Berkeley, "Network Externalities and the Gold Standard"
Mach 15 JOINT WITH DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR
March 22 HOLIDAY
March 29 JOINT WITH DEPARTMENTAL SEMINAR
April 5 Trevor Dick, University of Lethbridge, "Capital Imports and the Jacksonian Economy: The Business Cycle and the Balance of Payments 1820-1860"
April 12 Christina Romer, U.C. Berkeley, "Changes in Business Cycles: Evidence and Implications"
April 16 FRIDAY Marcello di Cecco, Universita' di Roma "La Sapienza", "The Lender of Last Resort"
April 19 Becky Menes, U.C.L.A., "Determinants of Reform in Progressive Era American Cities: 1900-1920"
April 26 Gary Richardson, U.C. Berkeley, "Chinese Exclusion: The Demographic Impact"
May 3 Kris Mitchener, U.C. Berkeley, "Were Financial Acclerator Effects Present during the Great Depression?"
May 10  Ian McLean, U.C. Berkeley, "The Productivity of U.S. States"

*Afterwards we will adjourn to... Milano, I think, for coffee, if desired.


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University of California at Berkeley; Berkeley, CA 94720-3880
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