History of Political Economy Lunch Seminar Series - Spring 2017

Usual time and place: 11:45am - 1:00pm on Friday in Social Sciences 327.
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02/17/2017
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Stefan Kolev  (University of Applied Sciences Zwickau)
"The Weber-Wieser Connection: Viennese Traces of the 'Myth of Heidelberg'"
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 327 at 12:00pm on Friday.
03/03/2017
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Roni Hirsch  (University of California, Los Angeles)
"Risk in Equilibrium: How the Problem of Time became the Price of Risk"
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 327 at 12:00pm on Friday.
03/06/2017
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Hayek Lecture Series: Loren Lomasky  (University of Virginia)
Hayek Lecture Series: "Are Young People Being Fleeced?"
Joint with History of Political Economy Workshop, Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 139 at 5:00pm on Monday.
This public lecture is sponsored by the Center for the History of Political Economy, the program in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, and the program in American Values and Institutions at Duke University. The series is supported by a grant from the Thomas W. Smith Foundation.
03/24/2017
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John Staddon  (Duke University)
"Scientific Method: Chapter 5, Social Science: Economics"
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 327 at 12:00pm on Friday.
03/27/2017
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Hayek Lecture Series: Jessica Flanigan  (University of Richmond)
Hayek Lecture Series: "Pharmaceutical Freedom"
Joint with History of Political Economy Workshop, Philosophy, Politics and Economics.
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 139 at 5:00pm on Monday.
This public lecture is sponsored by the Center for the History of Political Economy, the program in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, and the program in American Values and Institutions at Duke University.The series is supported by a grant from the Thomas W. Smith Foundation.
03/31/2017
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Moshe Syrquin  (University of Miami)
“Measurement without theory – Kuznets sailing through the storm"
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 327 at 12:00pm on Friday.


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