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Economics 211: Seminar in Economic History: U.C. Berkeley: Spring 2010

Berkeley Economics Department Seminars

Economics 211: Seminar in Economic History: U.C. Berkeley: Spring 2010

Contact: Cheryl Applewood capple@econ.berkeley.edu

M 2-3:30, 597 Evans Hall

Jan 25 (M): Organizational Meeting

Feb 1 (M): Ludger Woessman (Munich and Stanford): Catch Me If You Can: Education and Catch-up in the Industrial Revolution (with S.O. Becker and E. Hornung)

Feb 8 (M):

Feb 17 (W): Atif Mian (Chicago):

Mar 1 (M): Brad DeLong (UCB): "Overtrading, Revulsion, and Discredit": Irrational Exuberance in Economists' Visions of the Economy since 1776

Mar 10 (W): Luigi Pistaferri (Stanford) (DS)[1]:

Mar 17 (W): Esteban Rossi-Hansberg (Princeton) (DS):

Mar 31 (W): Torsten Persson (Stockholm) (DS):

Apr 8 (Th): Ricard Blundell (UCL) (DS):

Apr 12 (M): Shari Eli (UCB):

Apr 19 (M): Matt Sargent (UCB):

Apr 21 (W): Alan Auerbach (Berkeley) (DS):

Apr 26 (M): Debin Ma (LSE):

May 3 (M): Richard Hornbeck (MIT):

May 6 (Th): Daron Acemogul (MIT) (DS):

May 10 (M): Aldo Musacchio (HBS):

May 17 (M): Richard Sutch (UC): The Unexpected Long-Run Impact of the Minimum Wage: An Educational Cascade


[1] Departmental Seminar.

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