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Date
Time
Series
Title
Speaker
17 Oct 18
12:45-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
Hyperinflation and Stabilisation in Poland, 1919–1927: ‘War of Attrition’ or Diplomacy by Other Means?
Thea Don-Siemion
17 Oct 18
15:30-16:30
CESS Seminar
The Effect of Choosing Teams and Ideas on Entrepreneurial Performance: Evidence from a Field Experiment
Rajshri Jayaraman
18 Oct 18
11:00-12:30
Sociology Seminar
Macro-Economic Influences on School Leaving and Reenrollment: Human Capital Catch-Up or Acquired Risk Aversion?
Dr Dirk Witteveen
18 Oct 18
11:00-12:00
Comparative Political Economy Class
18 Oct 18
12:30-14:00
Comparative Political Economy Seminar
Why Women Mobilize: Dissecting and Dismantling India’s Political Gender Gap
Soledad Prillaman
23 Oct 18
11:00-12:00
Comparative Political Economy Class
23 Oct 18
12:45-13:45
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar - MT18 Week 3
Manuel Mueller-Frank
23 Oct 18
14:00-15:30
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
Political (Not Comprehensive) Perfectionism
Collis Tahzib
23 Oct 18
17:00-18:30
Political Science Seminars
The Electoral Consequences of State Violence: Evidence from the Catalan 2017 Referendum
Dr Toni Rodon
24 Oct 18
12:45-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
Evolution of the European witch-hunts
Steije Hofhuis
24 Oct 18
15:30-16:30
CESS Seminar
CESS Seminar: Alistair Wilson
Alistair Wilson
25 Oct 18
11:00-12:30
Sociology Seminar
Institutional change and the intergenerational transmission of inequality in Germany
Dr Bastian Betthuaser
25 Oct 18
11:00-12:00
Comparative Political Economy Class
26 Oct 18
17:00-18:30
Media and Politics Seminar
Misinformation and its effect on public life
Phoebe Arnold
30 Oct 18
11:00-12:00
Comparative Political Economy Class
30 Oct 18
12:30-14:15
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Why Echo Chambers are Useful
Ole Jann
30 Oct 18
14:00-15:30
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
Why Does Self-Determination Matter?
David Miller
30 Oct 18
17:00-18:30
Political Science Seminars
The Political Legacy of Islamic Conquest
Professor Faisal Z Ahmed
31 Oct 18
12:45-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
Competition and Rent-Seeking During the Slave Trade
Jose Corpuz
01 Nov 18
11:00-12:30
Sociology Seminar
Are extremely rich people exceptionally smart?
Professor Arnout van de Rijt
01 Nov 18
11:00-12:00
Comparative Political Economy Class
01 Nov 18
12:30-14:00
Comparative Political Economy Seminar
Modelling Complex Games: Government Formation as Logrolling
Scott de Marchi
01 Nov 18
14:30-15:30
CESS Seminar
CESS Seminar: Rosemarie Nagel
Rosemarie Nagel
02 Nov 18
17:00-18:30
Media and Politics Seminar
NGOs as newsmakers
Matthew Powers
06 Nov 18
11:00-12:00
Comparative Political Economy Class
06 Nov 18
12:45-13:45
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar
Identifying the Best Agent in a Network
Leonie Baumann
06 Nov 18
13:30-14:30
CESS Colloquium
CESS Colloquium: Sönke Ehret
Sönke Ehret
06 Nov 18
14:00-15:30
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
The Compatibility of Constitutional Democracy with International Law
Carmen Pavel
06 Nov 18
17:00-18:30
Political Science Seminars
Political Habit Formation under Democratic and Authoritarian Elections
Dr Ksenia Northmore-Ball
07 Nov 18
12:45-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
An equal sharing of miseries? Dimensions of gender inequality in a changing rural world, Italy 1880s-1930s
Giulia Mancini
07 Nov 18
15:30-16:30
CESS Seminar
CESS Seminar: Stephanie Wang
Stephanie Wang
08 Nov 18
11:00-12:30
Sociology Seminar
Women’s reproductive histories and pathways to allostatic load in post-reproductive age: analysis of the Indonesian Family Longitudinal Survey
Dr Tiziana Leone