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Date
Time
Series
Title
Speaker
01 Mar 18
14:00-15:00
CESS Seminar
Information and Political Accountability. Evidence from Seven Studies.
Macartan Humphreys
28 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Sociology Seminar
CANCELLED
Liz Washbrook
28 Feb 18
12:30-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
‘Capital market fragmentation in early modern Spain: Composite monarchies and their jurisdictions’
Cyril Milhaud
27 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Seminar in Economic and Social History
The Impact of Fiscal Policy on Interwar British Growth: A Narrative Approach
Natacha Postel-Vinay
27 Feb 18
12:30-13:30
Political Science Seminars
Mobile Phone Ownership and Civic Engagement: Experimental Evidence from Tanzania
Philip Roessler
27 Feb 18
12:30-13:30
CESS Colloquium
Public Opinion, Autocratic Characteristics, and Democracy Promotion: A Conjoint Analysis
Lala Muradova Huseynova
26 Feb 18
14:00-15:30
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
The Difference Principle and the Index of Primary Goods
Ho Yin Yuen
22 Feb 18
17:30-18:45
Oxford Intelligence Group
Speaking from the perspective of the senior civilian in defence intelligence
Paul Rimmer
21 Feb 18
15:00-16:30
Sociology Seminar
Contextual declines in educational hypergamy and family violence
Julia Behrmann
21 Feb 18
12:30-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
‘Normal Science and Anomaly: Responding to Unemployment in Economics in the 1920’
Meredith Paker
20 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Seminar in Economic and Social History
Of Mites and Men (and Sheep): the International Textile Crisis of c.1280-1330 Revisited
Philip Slavin
20 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Nuffield Social Networks Seminar
Echo Chambers Over Time: Information Networks of US Climate Policy Elite
Lorien Jason
20 Feb 18
14:00-15:00
CESS Colloquium
When Good Advice is Ignored: The Role of Envy and Stubbornness
David Ronayne
20 Feb 18
12:30-13:30
Political Science Seminars
Engineering Informal Institutions: Long run impacts of alternative dispute resolution on violence and property rights in Liberia
Alexandra Hartman
20 Feb 18
12:30-14:15
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Competition with Captive Customers
John Vickers
20 Feb 18
11:00-12:00
Library Seminar
Open Access Oxford
Juliet Ralph and Clare Kavanagh
19 Feb 18
14:00-15:30
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
Harming the Beneficiaries of Armed Humanitarian Interventions
Linda Eggert
16 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Media and Politics Seminar
RISJ Memorial Lecture
Marty Baron
15 Feb 18
12:30-14:00
Comparative Political Economy Seminar
The Long Shadow of Economic Geography: Political Inequality and Public Goods Provision in the Original 13 US States
Pablo Beramendi and Jeff Jensen
15 Feb 18
09:30-16:30
'Social origins, cognitive ability and educational inequality in Britain' Workshop
14 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Sociology Seminar
Controlling the Organ Trade: Legal Reform and Organized Crime in Cairo, Egypt
Seán Columb
14 Feb 18
12:30-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
‘Victorian Intergenerational Migrants Cohort: Socioeconomic Outcomes 1851-1901’
Ryah Thomas
13 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Seminar in Economic and Social History
Roman economic performance in the long run: what was it and how do we know?
Willem Jongman
13 Feb 18
12:30-13:30
Political Science Seminars
Attitudes towards Killing in War
Janina Dill
12 Feb 18
14:00-15:30
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
Getting Rights out of Wrongs
Kimberley Brownlee
09 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Media and Politics Seminar
Let’s talk about money. Public broadcasters and business news
Jasmin Buttar
08 Feb 18
17:00-19:00
Future of the Left
The New Left Wing
Liz Kendall MP
07 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Sociology Seminar
The Role of Insurers in Governing Criminal Markets
Anja Shortland
06 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Seminar in Economic and Social History
Economics and Social History Seminar - Hilary Term Week 4
Kris Mitchener
06 Feb 18
17:00-18:30
Nuffield Social Networks Seminar
How to Make Friends and Influence Policy: A Social network Analysis
Kathryn Oliver
06 Feb 18
12:30-13:30
Political Science Seminars
Globalization and Populism: Politics in the Developed Countries in an Open Economy
Professor Helen V. Milner
06 Feb 18
12:30-14:15
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Extending the First-Order Approach to Principal-Agent Problems
Ian Jewitt