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Workshop on Networks
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Workshop on Microstructure (10 Oct 2017)
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Kalyan Chatterjee - Decentralised Bilateral Trading in a Market with Incomplete Information
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International Trade, Finance, and Macroeconomics Conference
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The Economic Development of India Workshop (June 26-27)
"An interdisciplinary workshop on the economic development of India will be held in Trinity Hall, Cambridge, on 26-27 June 2015. The aim is to encourage discussion across economics, history and related disciplines that is accessible to a wide audience. Confirmed speakers are Sunil Amrith (Harvard), Abhijit Banerjee (MIT), Joya Chatterji (Cambridge), Rohit De (Yale), Esther Duflo (MIT), Kaivan Munshi (Cambridge), Emma Rothschild (Harvard/Cambridge)."
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Theory Workshop (1-3 May 2018)
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The New Malthusianism: A Symposium (12-13 December 2018)
Recent studies project populations reaching levels of 12-14 billion individuals by the end of the century. This raises a set of questions regarding food security, pandemic threats, and environmental crisis. These issues relate back to Thomas Malthus and the concerns he raised relating to resource scarcity and human population levels, and the interaction between these. On the occasion of the 220th anniversary of Malthus’ Essay on Population, a small workshop will be convened at his Cambridge College to consider more recent explorations of Malthus and Malthusianism. Twenty participants will be invited to present papers addressing an issue arising out of Malthusian thought – motivated by current studies, new projections or historical data. The symposium will convene a group of economic historians, population/land use modellers, growth theorists, and resource economists – with the object of considering whether there are new or current insights to be derived from more recent studies related to Malthusianism.
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