Special Events & Conferences Seminar Series - Spring 2020

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02/14/2020
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Elvira Vilches  (Romance Studies)
Cultures of Capitalism: Early Modern Spain
Note: Seminar will be in Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall C105, Bay 4, Smith Warehouse at 9:30am on Friday.
Join the Franklin Humanities Institute for its Friday morning series, tgiFHI! tgiFHI gives Duke faculty in the humanities, interpretive social sciences and arts the opportunity to present on their current research to interlocutors in their fields. Breakfast will be served.
02/19/2020
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Thomas Barkin, Sarah Bloom Raskin, and Aurel Schubert (panel)  
"New Monetary Policy Frameworks: Why Now?"
Note: Seminar will be in Korman Assembly Room | Perkins Library 217 Duke University West Campus at 4:30pm on Wednesday.
02/21/2020
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Michael Connolly  (University of Miami and Hunan University, Changsha)
"The US Trade War with China: Past, Present, and Prospects”
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 113 at 11:45am on Friday.
02/21/2020
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Michael Connolly  (University of Miami and Hunan University, Changsha)
“Cross Border Mergers and Acquisitions: Risks and Rewards in Chinese Inbound and Outbound Investments.”
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 113 at 3:30pm on Friday.
03/16/2020
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[CANCELLED] Patrick Fridenson  (Professor Emeritus of International Business History at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Paris)
Reciprocity in Business-Government Relations: A Comparative Perspective—Turkey, Japan, and France
Note: Seminar will be in Hamilton 569 (UNC-CH) at 3:30pm on Monday.
Followed by wine and cheese
03/17/2020
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Cancelled--Yuan Deng, Ph.D. defense  
Dynamic Mechanism Design in Complex Environments
Note: Seminar will be in LSRC D344 at 10:00am on Tuesday.
03/20/2020
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Via Zoom--Hoda Heidari  (Cornell University)
Distributive Justice for Machine Learning: An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Defining, Measuring, and Mitigating Algorithmic Unfairness
Note: Seminar will be in LSRC D106 at 12:00pm on Friday.
Lunch served at 11:45 am. Contact organizer for Zoom info.
05/05/2020
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Postponed until Spring 2021--Triangle Applied Micro Conference  
Joint with Public and IO, Labor and Development.
Note: Seminar will be in UNC - Chapel Hill (Pleasants Family Assembly Room) at 8:15am on Tuesday.
Keynote speaker: Joe Altonji (Yale)


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