History of Political Economy Lunch Seminar Series - Spring 2021

Usual time and place: 11:45am - 1:00pm on Friday in Social Sciences 327.
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01/15/2021
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Jennifer Burns  (Stanford University)
“Milton Friedman: The Last Conservative"
Note: Seminar will be in Online only at 2:00pm on Friday.
01/22/2021
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E. Roy Weintraub  (Duke University)
"Science Studies and Economics: An Informal History"
Note: Seminar will be in Online only at 12:00pm on Friday.
01/29/2021
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Tiago Mata  (University College London)
"The Limits of Academic Freedom"
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02/05/2021
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Sarah Small  (Colorado State University and HOPE Center Fellow)
“Tracing Barbara Bergmann’s Occupational Crowding Hypothesis”
Note: Seminar will be in Online only at 12:00pm on Friday.
02/12/2021
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Lachezar Grudev  (HOPE Center Fellow and University of Freiburg)
"Marrying the Years of High Theory: How London Helped Freiburg to Meet Princeton"
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02/19/2021
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Nathanaël Colin-Jaeger  (HOPE Center Fellow and ENS Lyon)
"Can We Design Spontaneity? Complexity, Evolution and Liberalism in Hayek"
Note: Seminar will be in Online only at 12:00pm on Friday.
03/12/2021
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John Kroencke  (HOPE Center Fellow and George Mason University)
"Richard T. Ely, Housing Research, and Interwar Residential Segregation"
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03/26/2021
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Keith Tribe  (University of Tartu (Estonia))
"What Is 'Marshallianism?'"
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04/02/2021
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Hester van Hensbergen  (HOPE Center Fellow and Cambridge University)
"Active History: Nicholas Georgescu-Roegen, Entropy, and Global Agrarianism"
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04/09/2021
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Yann Giraud  (Cergy Paris Université)
"Visualization without Mathematization? The British Entrenchment of Diagrammatic Economics in the 1930s"
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04/16/2021
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Alexander Linsbichler  (University of Vienna)
"The Troubled Relationship between (Austrian) Economics and Mathematics"
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