Join us for an economics colloquium featuring four speakers.
This talk will present evidence for the effectiveness of peasant strategies toward subsistence risk and that such strategies ultimately shaped many aspects of the Medieval English economy.
This presentation reviews the growing persistence literature with the goal of motivating a focus on the historical roots of economic development.
Explore how workers and trade unions have followed very different trajectories since the end of the Cold War and collapse of state socialism.
Dr. Trevor Tombe from the University of Calgary surveys the history of various fiscal transfer programs, exploring their scale, scope, and design, using comprehensive data from Confederation to the present.
The Department of Economics, Philosophy and Political Science invites the community to join Dr. Wendy H. Wong for her talk, Rebooting Human Rights in a Datafied World.
The Department of Economics, Philosophy and Political Sciences invites you to a lecture from Dr. Donna Feir.
You are invited to a talk from Dr. Ken Carlaw, Dr. Clifford Bekar and Dr. Curtis Eaton about Dynamic Theory of Deterrence and Compliance.
In this talk, Dr. Eline A. de Rooij tries to answer To what extent our political preferences and actions transfer from one country to another.
You are invited to attend Dr. Philippe M. Frowd's talk, as part of the Political Science Speaker Series.
You are invited to a talk by Dr. Vinay Sitapati where he provides the backstory of India's Narendra Modi.