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A Cambridge-INET Event: The UK and the EU (26 May)
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Andrew Odlyzko Public Talk (21 Oct)
Many sources, including scholarly ones, claim that investors in the Railway Mania had no rational grounds for their profit expectations. In fact, they had available to them a systematic demand estimation methodology that was required by Parliament. This methodology had proved spectacularly accurate during the smaller railway mania of the 1830s, the only instance that has been found of accurate demand prediction for a revolutionary technology. However, this method was based on several false assumptions, and had that been understood, the investment disaster of the Railway Mania could have been predicted beforehand.
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Antonio Penta (University of Wisconsin) Micro Seminar (Wed 25 Nov)
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Behavioural Economics and Networks (10 June)
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Big Data Big Methods (Sept 29-30)
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Cambridge-INET/Cemmap Econometric Methods Symposium (8 June)
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CEPR Annual International Macroeconomics and Finance (IMF) Programme Meeting (21-22 April)
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Christian Dippel (UCLA Anderson) Empirical Micro Seminar (28 Apr)
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Colloquia on the European Crises: Til Schuermann Public Talk (30 October)
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Dan Friedman (University of California, Santa Cruz) Micro Seminar (11 May)
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