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Political Economy Project

Email: pep@dartmouth.edu

Faculty-Student Dinners

Sonu Bedi

Fall 2018

  • Monday September 24, 6 PM: Bruce Sacerdote (Economics), "Economic Inequality in Perspective"---Haldeman 041
  • Monday October 1, 6 PM: Erika Monahan (History), "What Was Russia to Early Modern Europe?"---Haldeman 041
  • Monday October 15, 6 PM: Emily Blanchard (Economics), "Globalization in the Crosshairs: Trade and Trade Policy in 2018"---Rockefeller 2
  • Monday October 29, 6 PM: "Immigration Policy," Roundtable of Dartmouth economists Allen, Lewis, and Shenhav---Rocky 3 (co-sponsored with Economics department)

WINTER 2019

  • Monday Jan. 14, 6 PM: Philip Short (Dickey Center), "Mao, Stalin and Hitler:  Same  difference?," Carson L01
  • Monday Jan. 28, 6 PM: Students from Doug Irwin and Marjorie Rose's Econ 70 course, reporting on Argentina and Chile, Haldeman 041
  • Monday Feb. 11, 5 PM: Jason Sorens, Government, "A Secessionist Movement in the Age of Twitter: Catalonia," Kemeny 108
  • Monday Feb. 18, 6 PM: Meir Kohn, Economics, "Why There is No Such Thing As 'Market Failure'", Kemeny 006
  • Monday Feb. 25, 6 PM: Peter DeShazo, LALACS, "Venezuela in Crisis: Why? What To Do?", Rocky 2
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SPRING 2019

  • Monday March 25, 6 PM: Paul Novosad (Economics)
  • Monday April 8, 6 PM: Sunmin Kim (Sociology), "Blinded by the Facts: Race, Immigration, and National Identity in the Early 20th Century United States"
  • Monday April 29, 6 PM: Meir Kohn (Economics), "Why There is No Such Thing as Capitalism (or Communism)"
  • Monday May 13, 6 PM: Na'ama Shenhav (Economics), "DACA and the Immigration Debate"
  • Monday May 20, 6 PM: David Blanchflower (Economics), "Where Have All the Good Jobs Gone?"

Last Updated: 2/8/19