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Seminars take place (unless otherwise stated)
on THURSDAYS at 17:30 – 19:00 (C.E.T.)
in Room 18.1.A.07 of the UC3M Getafe Campus
and online (links below)

FALL 2022

October 6

Ariane Salem (École Normale Supérieure de Lyon - GATE) “The Negative Impacts of Colonization on the Local Population: Evidence from Morocco”

Link to the Zoom Session

October 13

John Tang (University of Melbourne) “The Age of Epidemics: Acute Infectious Disease and Economic Development in Historical Perspective

Link to the Zoom Session

October 20

Eric Monnet (EHESS and Paris School of Economics) “The Real Effects of Bank Runs. Evidence from the French Great Depression (1930-1931)”, joint work with Angelo Riva and Stefano Ungaro.

Link to the Zoom Session

November 10 (17:00 h, Classroom 18.0.A.10)

Max Weber Lecture by Kathleen Thelen (MIT): “Attention Shoppers: American Retail Capitalism and the Rise of the Amazon Economy”

(jointly organized by the Department of Social Sciences, the Discrimination & Inequality Lab, the Figuerola Institute and the Carlos III-Juan March Institute)

November 18 (at 12:00, classroom 18.0.A.14)

Saumitra Jha (Stanford Graduate School of Business) “Heroes and Villains: The Effects of Heroism on Autocratic Values and Nazi Collaboration in France”, joint work with Julia Cagé, Anna Dagorret and Pauline Grosjean.

Link to the Zoom Session

December 1

Kerstin Enflo (Lund University) “Home Sweet Home: Returns to Returning in the Age of Mass Migration”, joint work with Olof Ejermo, Björn Eriksson, and Erik Prawitz.

Link to the Zoom Session

December 14 (at 12:00, classroom 18.0.A.14)

Matti Sarvimäki (Aalto University, Helsinki GSE and VATT) The Making of Social Democracy. The Economic and Electoral Consequences of Norway's 1936 Folk School Reform”, joint work with Daron Acemoglu, Tuomas Pekkarinen, and Kjell G. Salvanes.

Link to the Zoom Session

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