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Date
Time
Series
Title
Speaker
02 Feb 16
12:30-12:30
Political Science Seminars
Foreign Aid, Foreign Policy, and Government Legitimacy
Dr Simone Dietrich
29 Jan 16
17:00-17:00
The Political Settlement and ‘Deals Environment’ in Rwanda
Tom Goodfellow & Pritish Behuria
29 Jan 16
17:00-17:00
Bad Statistics
Tim Harford
28 Jan 16
17:00-17:00
The Official History of the Joint Intelligence Committee
Michael Goodman
28 Jan 16
10:30-10:30
Economic Sociology MSc Option
27 Jan 16
17:00-17:00
Sociology Seminar
New applications of old tools
Glenn Firebaugh
27 Jan 16
12:45-12:45
Does sterilised central bank intervention have long term effects on exchange rate?
Alain Naef
26 Jan 16
17:00-17:00
Global Banking and the International Transmission of the 1931 Financial Crisis
Olivier Accominotti
26 Jan 16
12:30-12:30
Political Science Seminars
The long-term electoral legacies of civil war in young democracies
Professor Andrea Ruggeri
26 Jan 16
12:30-12:30
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Choice and Competition in Public Service Provision
Jim Malcomson joint with Tim Besley
22 Jan 16
17:00-17:00
Peace and security in the DRC: The lack of impact of the international community
Kris Berwouts
22 Jan 16
17:00-17:00
Oxford Central African Forum
22 Jan 16
17:00-17:00
Does anyone care about democracy?
Chris Bryant MP
22 Jan 16
16:30-16:30
Econometric Seminar
21 Jan 16
13:00-13:00
History of large-scale macroeconometric models workshop
21 Jan 16
10:30-10:30
Economic Sociology MSc Option
21 Jan 16
09:00-09:00
History of large-scale macroeconometric models workshop
20 Jan 16
17:00-17:00
Sociology Seminar
Sensing human behaviour with Internet data
Suzy Moat and Tobias Preis
20 Jan 16
13:00-13:00
History of large-scale macroeconometric models workshop
20 Jan 16
12:45-12:45
Credibility and Imperial Orders in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century
Paula Vedoveli
20 Jan 16
12:30-12:30
Economic and Social History Seminars
20 Jan 16
09:00-09:00
Resources, Governance, and Development
20 Jan 16
09:00-09:00
History of large-scale macroeconometric models
Pedro Duarte, et al
19 Jan 16
17:00-17:00
Revisiting Meiji Japan's Economic Miracle
Jean-Pascal Bassino Lyon
19 Jan 16
16:30-16:30
Games, Learning, and Networks Seminar
19 Jan 16
12:30-12:30
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Strategy-Proofness, Investment Efficiency, and Marginal Returns
Scott Kominers
19 Jan 16
12:30-12:30
Political Science Seminars
Political Context, Organizational Mission and the Quality of Health Care Provision
Professor Melani Cammett
15 Dec 15
11:00-11:00
Implementing Tax Devolution in Scotland
11 Dec 15
11:30-11:30
The Fed's Forecasts
Neil Ericsson
11 Dec 15
11:30-11:30
Econometric Seminar
11 Dec 15
10:00-10:00
Econometrics Lecture
11 Dec 15
09:00-09:00
Black Politics in a 'Colour-Blind' Era