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Autumn 2009

Dondena Seminars - Regular Series

Mondays, 12.45 @ Room N30 (Velodromo)

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14-Sep-09 
Peter Richerson (University of California Davis) 
Why a Theory of Cultural Evolution Is Important


21-Sep-09 
Lesley Newson (University of Exeter) 
Why are modern families so small? Can Darwin provide an explanation?  


28-Sep-09 
NO SEMINAR - WEEK OF THE IUSSP MEETING 


5-Oct-09 
Lucia Corno (Università Bocconi)  
Peer Effects on Criminal Behavior. Evidence from Homeless People in Italy


12-Oct-09, 
Cormac Ó Gráda (University College Dublin) 
Mortality, Living Standards, and Climate in Pre-Industrial England  


19-Oct-09
Massimiliano Bratti (Università degli Studi di Milano)
A Selection Endogenous Dummy Ordered Probit Model, with an Application to Drinking Frequency in the UK 


26-Oct-09 
Massimo Livi-Bacci (Università di Firenze) 
International Migration: A Global Force, Ungoverned


2-Nov-09 
Melinda Mills (University of Groningen) 
The impact of gender preferences on third births in Europe: A multilevel examination of men and women


9-Nov-09 
Barbara Sianesi (Institute for Fiscal Studies, London) 
Measuring the Impact of Education on Individual Earnings


16-Nov-09 
Paolo Pinotti (Banca d'Italia) 
Immigration and Crime in Italy: Theory, Evidence and Policies


23-Nov-09 
Arnie Aassve (Università Bocconi) 
Explaining attitudes towards demographic behaviour  


30-Nov-09
Frank F. Furstenberg (University of Pennsylvania) 
The Challenges of Finding Causal Links Between Family Characteristics and Educational Outcomes

 

Inquiries to: Tommy E. Murphy (seminar organiser) or Ilaria Fortuna (secretary of Centro Dondena)

 

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