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Institute for New Economic Thinking

Location: New York City, New York (United States)
Homepage: http://ineteconomics.org/
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Postal: 300 Park Avenue South, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10010
Handle: RePEc:edi:inetnus
Areas or Functions: Think Tanks
Publications that are listed with RePEc:

Published by this institution:

  1. Working Papers Series, Institute for New Economic Thinking

Authored by members of this institution

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  1. Aucoin, Audra
  2. du Boulay, Andrew
  3. Kitov, Oleg I.
  4. Samonis, Val
  5. Sullivan, Peter H.

Events listed in the Economics Virtual Seminar Calendar

"The Long-Run Effect of Public Libraries on Children: Evidence from the Early 1900s" presented by Ezra Karger
On 2020-09-29 at 17:00 UTC00    iCal calendar entry
YSI Economic History graduate seminar
Fields: Econ History
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Abstract
Additional note: The YSI Economic History graduate seminar is a biweekly seminar series that takes place on Tuesdays at 5pm CET
Submitted by Jordi Caum Julio, seminar id 551
"Evaluating the Effects of the 1918 Influenza Pandemic: The Role of the Great Depression" presented by Sophia Liu
On 2020-06-24 at 16:00 UTC+02    iCal calendar entry
YSI - Economic History Graduate Webinars
Fields: Econ History, Health, Macro
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Abstract
Submitted by Maylis Avaro, seminar id 166
"Interwar Poland’s Late Exit from Gold: A Case of Government as ‘Conservative Central Banker’" presented by Thea Don-Siemion
On 2020-06-17 at 16:00 UTC+02    iCal calendar entry
YSI - Economic History Graduate Webinars
Fields: Econ History, Finance, Macro
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Abstract
Submitted by Maylis Avaro, seminar id 165
"The Role of Culture and Competition in Media Diversity: Historical Evidence from U.S. Radio Stations" presented by Lena Song
On 2020-06-10 at 16:00 UTC+02    iCal calendar entry
YSI - Economic History Graduate Webinars
Fields: Econ History, Gender+Race
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Abstract
Submitted by Maylis Avaro, seminar id 164
"Protection versus Preference: Behind the scenes Of Indian Tariff Policy Debates, 1905-1922" presented by Blessy Abraham
On 2020-06-03 at 16:00 UTC+02    iCal calendar entry
YSI - Economic History Graduate Webinars
Fields: Econ History, International, Macro
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Abstract
Submitted by Maylis Avaro, seminar id 163
"State Presence and Local Economic Development: the Russian State in the Urals" presented by Gerda Asmus
On 2020-05-27 at 16:00 UTC+02    iCal calendar entry
YSI - Economic History Graduate Webinars
Fields: Econ History, Public
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Abstract
Submitted by Maylis Avaro, seminar id 161
"Patently Peculiar: Understanding the Impact of the Patent System of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands, 1815-1830" presented by Homer Wagenaar
On 2020-05-20 at 16:00 UTC+02    iCal calendar entry
YSI - Economic History Graduate Webinars
Fields: Econ History, Law Econ
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Abstract
Submitted by Maylis Avaro, seminar id 160
"Before the fall: Child quantity and quality in pre–transition Quebec" presented by Matthew Curtis
On 2020-05-13 at 16:00 UTC+02    iCal calendar entry
YSI - Economic History Graduate Webinars
Fields: Econ History, Labor, Micro
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Abstract
Submitted by Maylis Avaro, seminar id 159
"The Slow Employment Recovery After the Early 1980s UK Recession" presented by Meredith M. Paker
On 2020-04-29 at 16:00 UTC+02    iCal calendar entry
YSI - Economic History Graduate Webinars
Fields: Econ History, Labor, Macro
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Abstract
Submitted by Maylis Avaro, seminar id 62

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