Upcoming Events

September 6, 2022

Hayek Lecture - Aurelian Craiutu, 5pm, Social Sciences 136: Radical Moderation: An Oxymoron?

September 9, 2022

Workshop: Steven Medema - Duke University, 3:30 pm, 113 Social Science Building

September 16, 2022

Workshop: Joel Isaac - University of Chicago, 3:30 pm, 113 Social Science Building

September 23, 2022

Workshop: Gayle Rogers - University of Pittsburgh, 3:30 pm, 113 Social Science Building

September 30, 2022

Lunch: Hannah Tyler - Duke University, Visiting Scholar from the  University of Lausanne in Switzerland, 12 pm, 327 Social Science Building "In Numbers We Trust? The professionalization and internationalization of American agricultural economics and statistics during the 1920s"
Workshop: Eric Schliesser - University of Amsterdam, 3:30 pm, 113 Social Science Building

October 7, 2022 

Workshop: Margaret Schabas - University of British Columbia, 3:30 pm, 113 Social Science Building

October 14, 2022

Lunch: Emily Evans - Duke University, Visiting Scholar from the University of Cambridge, 12pm, 327 Social Science Building, "Karl Marx's Rejection of German Economics Discourse"

October 28, 2022

Lunch: Jimena Hurtado Prieto - Duke University, Visiting Scholar from Universidad de los Andes, 12 pm, 327 Social Science Building, "Columbian Economic thought and Policy: Two Centuries of Pragmatism"
Workshop: Mary Morgan - London School of Economics, 3:30 pm, 113 Social Science Building

October 31, 2022

Hayek Lecture - Sandra Peart, 5pm, Social Sciences 139

November 4, 2022

Lunch: Edoardo Peruzzi - Duke University, Visiting Scholar from Tuscan Universities (Florence, Pisa and Siena), 12 pm, 327 Social Sciences Building

November 11, 2022

Lunch: Simon Torracinta - Duke University, Visiting Scholar from Yale University, 12 pm, 327 Social Sciences Building
Workshop : Max Ehrenfreund - Harvard University, 3:30 pm, 113 Social Science Building

December 2, 2022

Lunch : Vincent Carret - Duke University, 12 pm, 327 Social Science Building
Workshop: Scott Scheall - Arizona State University, 3:30 pm, 113 Social Science Building