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Seminarios académicos y conferencias

IV EH-Clio Lab Conference

25 Julio 2016 - 9 a 17 hrs.

Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Administrativas UC

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MONDAY JULY 25, 2016

8:30 REGISTRATION

8:50 OPENING REMARKS Francisco Gallego, PUC-Chile, Director EH Clio Lab

9:00 SESSION 1: Europe during Modern Times
Laura Panza (University of Melbourne), ”The Evolution of the Ottoman-European Market Linkages, 1469-1914: Evidence from Dynamic Factor Models” (with Yong Song and Zhuo Li)
Seth Benzell (Boston University), “A Network of Thrones: Kinship and Conflict in Europe, 1495-1918” (with Kevin Cooke)

11:00 COFFEE BREAK

11:30 KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Murat Iyigun (Univ. of Colorado-Boulder), “Climate Change and Conflict: Evidence from 1400-1900 AD”

12:30 LUNCH

13:30 SESSION 2: Migration and Geography in Historical Perspective
Francisco Gallego (UC and EH Clio Lab), “National Institutions and Regional Development at Borders: Evidence from the Americas” (with Cristóbal Otero and Alejandro Sáenz)

14:30 COFFEE BREAK

14:45 SESSION 2: Migration and Geography in Historical Perspective (cont.)
Claudia Rei (Vanderbilt), “Coming to America: Health and Human Capital of Holocaust Refugees”(with Matthias Blum)
Zachary Ward (ANU), “The Role of English Fluency in Migrant Assimilation: Evidence from United States History”

TUESDAY JULY 26, 2016

9:30 SESSION 3: Politicians and Elections
Wilber Baires (PUC Chile), “When Politicians Care About their People: Electoral Competition and Economic Development”
Claudio Ferraz (PUC Rio and EH Clio Lab), “News vs Novelas: Can Entertainment Media Undermine Dictatorships?” (with Fred Finan, Eliana La Ferrara, Luis Meloni, and Alberto Chong)

11:30 COFFEE BREAK

12:00 KEYNOTE SPEAKER
James Robinson (Univ of Chicago and EH Clio Lab), “Paths of State Building”

13:00 LUNCH

14:00 SESSION 4: Long Run Development
Emilio Depetris-Chauvin (PUC Chile and EH Clio Lab), “Population Diversity, Division of Labor and  Comparative Development” (with Ömer Özak)

15:00 COFFEE BREAK

15:30 SESSION 4: Long Run Development (cont.)
Camilo Matajira (Univ de los Andes, Colombia), “The Long Term Impact of Encomienda in Colombia (with Fabio Sánchez)
Pablo Selaya (Univ of Copenhagen), “The Bounty of the Sea and Long-Run Development” (with Carl-Johan Dalgaard and Anne S. Knudsen)