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Time
Series
Title
Speaker
12 May 18
10:00-22:00
Spring Day and Donors' Dinner 2018
06 Apr 18 to 07 Apr 18
09:00-16:00
North American Alumni Weekend 2018
16 Mar 18 to 18 Mar 18
09:00-16:00
European Alumni Reunion in Rome
07 Mar 18
17:00-18:30
Sociology Seminar
Social Connections and Financial Incentives: A Quasi Field Experiment in India’s Manufacturing Sector
Amrita Dhillon
06 Mar 18
17:00-18:30
Graduate Seminars in Economics and Social History
Economics and Social History Seminar - Hilary Term Week 8
Robert Margo
28 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Sociology Seminar
Sociology Seminar - Hilary Term Week 7
Liz Washbrook
27 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Graduate Seminars in Economics and Social History
The Impact of Fiscal Policy on Interwar British Growth: A Narrative Approach
Natacha Postel-Vinay
21 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Sociology Seminar
Sociology Seminar - Hilary Term Week 6
Julia Behrmann
20 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Graduate Seminars in Economics and Social History
Of Mites and Men (and Sheep): the International Textile Crisis of c.1280-1330 Revisited
Philip Slavin
14 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Sociology Seminar
Sociology Seminar - Hilary Term Week 5
Seán Columb
13 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Graduate Seminars in Economics and Social History
Roman economic performance in the long run: what was it and how do we know?
Willem Jongman
07 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Sociology Seminar
Sociology Seminar - Hilary Term Week 4
Anja Shortland
06 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Graduate Seminars in Economics and Social History
Economics and Social History Seminar - Hilary Term Week 4
Kris Mitchener
31 Jan 18
17:00-18:30
Sociology Seminar
Sociology Seminar - Hilary Term Week 3
Hill Kulu
30 Jan 18
17:00-18:30
Graduate Seminars in Economics and Social History
Looking for work or looking for workers? Days and hours of work in London construction in the eighteenth century
Judy Stephenson
25 Jan 18
17:00-18:30
Sociology Seminar
Sociology Seminar - Hilary Term Week 2
Douglas Massey
23 Jan 18
17:00-18:30
Graduate Seminars in Economics and Social History
Is it who you are, where you work, or with who you work that matter for earnings? Gender and peer effects among late nineteenth-century industrial workers
Joyce Burnette
18 Jan 18
17:00-19:00
Alumni New Year’s Drinks with the Warden
17 Jan 18
17:00-18:30
Sociology Seminar
Sociology Seminar - Hilary Term Week 1
Guillermo Trejo
16 Jan 18
17:00-18:30
Graduate Seminars in Economics and Social History
Time Horizons and Market Boundaries
Avner Offer
18 Dec 17 to 19 Dec 17
10:30-15:00
NuCamp Inaugural Conference
07 Dec 17
17:00-19:00
Future of the Left
Future of the Left Seminar Series: Tom Watson
Tom Watson
01 Dec 17
12:30-14:00
Comparative Political Economy Seminar
The Urban Advantage in Revolution
Mark Beissinger
29 Nov 17
17:00-18:00
Sociology Seminar
The Gender Parenthood Gap
Torkild Lyngstad
29 Nov 17
12:30-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economics and Social History
Economics and Social History Seminar - Michaelmas Term Week 8
28 Nov 17
17:00-18:00
Political Science Seminars
Prior Beliefs and Arguments: The Micro-Mechanisms of Attitude Certainty and Attitude Change in Deliberative Settings
Kaat Smets
28 Nov 17
17:00-18:30
Nuffield Social Networks Seminar
Necessary Condition Analysis (NCA) – Underlying Logic and NCA as a Data Analysis Approach
Zsofia Toth (Nottingham); Jan Dul (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
28 Nov 17
12:30-14:15
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Voluntary disclosure under dynamic moral hazard
Giulio Trigilia
27 Nov 17
14:00-15:30
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
Is there a Viable Distinction Between Pre-distributive and Re-distributive Egalitarianism?
Alan Thomas
23 Nov 17
17:00-19:00
Future of the Left
Future of the Left Seminar Series: Andrew Fisher
Andrew Fisher
23 Nov 17
12:30-14:00
Comparative Political Economy Seminar
Rewarding Merit or Luck? The Competency Signal in Comparative Perspective
Daniela Campello and Cesar Zucco Jr
23 Nov 17
09:00-17:00
DPhil Politics/IR Graduate Seminar