Growth Lab Lunch Seminar

Growth Lab:

Wednesday 12:00 PM  - 1:00 PM

Monday (occasionally)  12:00 PM-1:00 PM 

Robinson Hall , Room 301

9/19/2018

Resul Cesur-University of Connecticut  

Diversity and Religion: Evidence from the Recent African Origin Hypothesis 

9/26/2018

Duman B-Rad-Harvard University 

Keeping It in the Family: Female Inheritance, In Marriage, and the Status of Women

10/03/2018

Natalya Naumenko-Northwestern University/Brown University 

Demographic Consequences of the 1933 Soviet Famine

10/08/2018

(Monday)

Gary Jefferson - Brandeis University 

Technology and Growth in a Fixed Physical World 

10/15/2018

(Monday)

 

10/17/2018

 

Balazs Zelity-Brown University 

Age Diversity and Economic Growth 

 

Diego Ramos-Brown University

The Persistent Effect Of Social Discrimination on Solidarity: Evidence From a Former Leper Colony in Colombia

10/22/18

(Monday)

 

 

10/24/2018

Phillip Ross-Boston University  

Ancestral Roots of Locus Control

 

 

David Schonholzer-Yale University 

The Origin of the State: Incentive Compatible Extraction Under Environmental Circumscription 

10/31/2018

Metin Cosgel- University of Connecticut 

Religiosity: Identifying the Effect of Pluralism 

11/07/2018

 

Anke Becker-Harvard University 

 On the Origins of Female Genital Cutting 

11/14/2018

Richard Bluhm-Leibniz University 

Top Lights: Bright Cities and Their Contribution to Development 

11/19/2018

(Monday)

Devesh Rustagi- Goethe University Frankfurt 

The Interdependence of Culture and Institutions on Commons Management 

11/28/2018

Guillaume Blanc-Brown University

Modernization Without Development? Escaping Malthus, Evidence from 400 Years of Crowdsourced Historial Data 

12/05/2018

 

Stelios Michalopoulos-Brown University 

Folklore 

12/12/2018

 

Toman Barsbai-University of St. Andrews

The Geographical Origins of Human Preferences: Evidence from Animal Behavior