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Global Economic History

Easter Term 2019

Convenors: Gareth Austin and Bronwen Everill

Time: 5.00 - 6.30pm

Day and Place: Tuesdays, Gonville & Caius College (the Green Room, except on 14 May when we are in the Senior Parlour)

30 April                      
Alejandra Irigoin (London School of Economics)
‘Why Was the Manila Galleon Only One-Ship Trade?’

7 May
Bishnu Gupta (Warwick)
‘Community Origins of Industrial Development in Pre-Independence India’

14 May
Bronwen Everill (Cambridge)
‘Just Commerce: Ethical Capitalism in the Age of Abolition’

21 May
Nikolay Kamenov (Graduate Institute, Geneva)
‘History of Cooperatives beyond Europe: Developmental Capitalism in India and Ghana, 1920 to 1960’

In some cases there will be a paper available in advance to people who are coming to the seminar. If that is you, please contact Gareth Austin at gma31@cam.ac.uk

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