Past Lunches

"Paul Samuelson, Robert Roosa, and the Economics of Credit Rationing, " Juan Carlos Acosta, Lille 1 University

"Paul Samuelson, Robert Roosa, and the Economics of Credit Rationing, " Juan Carlos Acosta, Lille 1 University
Lunch
Friday, October 14, 2016
11:50am
Location: Social Sciences 327

"The Austrian Revival at New York University," Simon Bilo, Allegheny College

"The Austrian Revival at New York University," Simon Bilo, Allegheny College
Lunch
Friday, April 15, 2016
11:50am
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

"Trends and Transitions in Dutch Commercial Republicanism, 1600-1800," Ida Nijenhuis, Huygens Institute of Netherlands

"Trends and Transitions in Dutch Commercial Republicanism, 1600-1800," Ida Nijenhuis, Huygens Institute of Netherlands
Lunch
Friday, April 8, 2016
11:50am
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

"Domestic Affairs," Bruce Caldwell, Duke University

"Domestic Affairs," Bruce Caldwell, Duke University
Lunch
Friday, March 11, 2016
11:50am
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

"The death of welfare economics, history of a controversy," Herrade Igersheim, University of Strasbourg

"The death of welfare economics, history of a controversy," Herrade Igersheim, University of Strasbourg
Lunch
Friday, March 4, 2016
11:50am
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

"From a Moral Dilemma to an Information Conundrum: Kenneth Arrow's RAND Corporation Projects on Racial Discrimination (1968-1973)," Cléo Chassonnery-Zaigouche, Centre Walras-Pareto, University of Lausanne

"From a Moral Dilemma to an Information Conundrum: Kenneth Arrow's RAND Corporation Projects on Racial Discrimination (1968-1973)," Cléo Chassonnery-Zaigouche, Centre Walras-Pareto, University of Lausanne
Lunch
Friday, February 5, 2016
11:50am
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

"From a Moral Dilemma to an Information Conundrum: Kenneth Arrow's RAND Corporation Projects on Racial Discrimination (1968-1973)"

"E. B. Wilson and the Rise of Mathematical Economics in United States of America: A Trip into the “No Man’s Land,” 1920-1940," Juan Carvajalino, University of Quebec at Montreal

"E. B. Wilson and the Rise of Mathematical Economics in United States of America: A Trip into the “No Man’s Land,” 1920-1940," Juan Carvajalino, University of Quebec at Montreal
Lunch
Friday, January 29, 2016
11:50am
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

"Disequilibrium as the Origin and Originality of Clower's 1967 'Microfoundations of Monetary Theory'," Romain Plassard, University of Lille, France

"Disequilibrium as the Origin and Originality of Clower's 1967 'Microfoundations of Monetary Theory'," Romain Plassard, University of Lille, France
Lunch
Friday, December 4, 2015
11:50am
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

"How Friedman and Schwartz Became Monetarists," George Tavlas, The Bank of Greece

"How Friedman and Schwartz Became Monetarists," George Tavlas, The Bank of Greece
Lunch
Friday, November 20, 2015
11:50am
Location: 327 Social Sciences Building

"The Responsibility to Teach in the Vietnam Era, 1966-­‐1970," Tiago Mata, University College London, UK

"The Responsibility to Teach in the Vietnam Era, 1966-­‐1970," Tiago Mata, University College London, UK
Lunch
Thursday, November 12, 2015
12:00

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