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Economics Virtual Seminar Calendar: Econ History

This is an attempt to assemble the many virtual seminar that have appeared now that most people are confined home. This is work in progress and is being continually improved. Suggestions welcome.

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Virtual seminars are listed with earliest days first. They are not ordered within the day, be careful with time zones (Timezone map ).

iCal calendar for Econ History (9 entries)

"Ideological Contagion and Populism: Evidence from Argentina" presented by Sara Lazzaroni
On 2021-04-19 at 15:15 UTC-05    iCal calendar entry
LANE HOPE
Fields: Development, Econ History
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Link to seminar: Zoom
Submitted by Giorgio Chiovelli, seminar id 971
"The Real Effects of Bank Runs. Evidence from the French Great Depression (1930-1931)" presented by Eric Monnet and Angelo Riva and Stefano Ungaro
On 2021-04-21 at 16:00 UTC00    iCal calendar entry
International Macro History Online Seminar Series
Fields: Econ History
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Submitted by Mandy Chan, seminar id 830
"Banking Crises Interventions, 1290-2018" presented by Paul Schmelzing and Andrew Metrick
On 2021-04-28 at 16:00 UTC00    iCal calendar entry
International Macro History Online Seminar Series
Fields: Econ History
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Submitted by Mandy Chan, seminar id 831
"The Bourbon Reforms and State Capacity in the Spanish Empire" presented by Leopoldo Fergusson and Giorgio Chiovelli
On 2021-05-03 at 15:15 UTC-05    iCal calendar entry
LANE HOPE
Fields: Development, Econ History
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Link to seminar: Zoom
Submitted by Giorgio Chiovelli, seminar id 972
"Assignats or Death: Inflationary Finance in Revolutionary France" presented by Bryan Cutsinger and Joshua Ingber and Louis Rouane
On 2021-05-05 at 16:00 UTC00    iCal calendar entry
International Macro History Online Seminar Series
Fields: Econ History
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Link to seminar: Zoom
Submitted by Mandy Chan, seminar id 832
"The Economic Consequences of Sir Robert Peel: A Quantitative Assessment of the Repeal of the Corn Laws" presented by Doug Irwin and Maksym Chepeliev
On 2021-05-12 at 16:00 UTC00    iCal calendar entry
International Macro History Online Seminar Series
Fields: Econ History
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Submitted by Mandy Chan, seminar id 833
"The Local Dimension of Global Finance: Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Global Debt Crisis of the 1980s" presented by Lukas Dovern and Matthew Nestler
On 2021-05-17 at 11:00 UTC-04    iCal calendar entry
Financial History Network Webinar Series
Fields: Business, Econ History, Finance
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Submitted by Sergio Castellanos-Gamboa, seminar id 810
"Payment Crises and Consequences" presented by Gary Richardson and Padma Sharma and Chris Koch
On 2021-06-07 at 11:00 UTC-04    iCal calendar entry
Financial History Network Webinar Series
Fields: Business, Econ History, Finance
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Link to seminar: Zoom
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Submitted by Sergio Castellanos-Gamboa, seminar id 811
"Keynote talk: “The Emergence of Banks in Latin America, 1850-1875: Was There a Financial Revolution or Something Else?”" presented by Carlos Marichal
On 2021-06-28 at 11:00 UTC-04    iCal calendar entry
Financial History Network Webinar Series
Fields: Business, Econ History, Finance
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Submitted by Sergio Castellanos-Gamboa, seminar id 812

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