HISTORICAL POLITICAL ECONOMY CONFERENCE
The 2018 Historical Political Economy Conference will be held January 22-23, at the London School of Economics.
Participants and papers include:
“Building Parties in Victorian England"
Christopher Kam (UBC)
“When Wealth Encourages Individuals to Fight: Evidence from the American Civil War”
Andy Hall (Stanford)
“Slavery, Reconstruction, and Bureaucratic Capacity in the American South”
Pavithra Suryanarayan (SAIS) and Steven White (Syracuse)
“From Immigrants to Americans: Race, Status and Assimilation During the Great Migration"
Vicky Fouka (Stanford)
“Liberal Revolutions and National Identities: Revisiting Classical Theories of Nationalism”
Carles Boix (Princeton)
“Bridging the Gap: Lottery-based Procedures in Early Parliamentarization”
Brenda Van Coppenolle (Leiden) and Alexandra Cirone (LSE)
Discussants: Gabriel Leon (KCL), Pavithra Suryanarayan (SAIS), Toni Rodon (LSE), Federica Izzo (LSE), Tinghua Yu (LSE), Janne Tukiainen (VATT, LSE)