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WWe are looking for contributions on the broad theme of economic development in Africa. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: mobile money and financial innovation; natural resource management; the quality of education and health; migration, remittances and the brain drain; the...
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We are looking for contributions on the economics of migration in the development context. Topics of interest include but are not limited to brain drain vs. brain gain; the effects of financial and immaterial remittances such as political attitudes and social norms; the determinants of migration...
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Theme: Waves of Globalization:Repetition and difference in organizing over time and space. Join us to discuss the connections between the past, the present and the future; micro and macro levels; center and periphery – the organizational, social and societal changes that result from...
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Professor Findlay uses modern methods and models to address important questions of our recent economic history. In particular, he will lecture on: 1. The impact of demographic and monetary shocks, 2. The industrial revolution and its diffusion, 3. The triangular trade, and 4. North-South...
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Game theory studies strategic interaction in competitive and cooperative environments. Only fifty years old, it has already revolutionized economics, and is spreading rapidly to a wide variety of fields. It develops general mathematical formulas and algorithms to identify optimal strategies and...
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