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Quantitative History Webinars Series

The Quantitative History Webinar Series, convened by Professor Zhiwu Chen and Dr. Chicheng Ma of The University of Hong Kong (HKU), aims to provide researchers, teachers and students with an online intellectual platform to keep up to date with the latest research in the field, promoting the dissemination of research findings and interdisciplinary use of quantitative methods in historical research. The Series is co-organized by the International Society for Quantitative History, HKU Business School, and the Asia Global Institute (AGI). 量化歷史網上講座系列(Quantitative History Webinar Series)由香港大學陳志武教授和馬馳騁博士聯合發起並舉辦,旨在介紹前沿量化歷史研究成果、促進同仁交流,推廣量化方法在歷史研究中的應用。本系列講座由國際量化歷史學會、香港大學經管學院和亞洲環球研究所全力支持和承辦。量化歷史網上講座系列銳意逢星期四舉辦講座,若邀請學者位於歐洲及中國時區,講座將於星期四香港時間下午4時至5時30分舉行;若位於美國時區,將於星期四香港時間上午9時至10時30分或10時至11時30分舉行。

Conveners 召集人:
Professor Zhiwu Chen (陳志武教授)
Dr. Chicheng Ma (馬馳騁博士)

Click here to view the press release of the Series

Upcoming speakers:  
Thursday, October 22 at 4PM (HKT): 
[To be conducted in Mandarin] 

Thursday, October 29 at 4PM (HKT): Peter Koudijs, Associate Professor of Finance, Stanford Graduate School of Business
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Thursday, November 12 at 9AM (HKT): Yasheng Huang, Epoch Foundation Professor of International Management and Professor, Global Economics and Management, MIT Sloan School of Management 
Topic: TBA 
Thursday, November 19 at 4PM (HKT): Fabio Braggion, Professor of Finance and Financial History, Tilburg University
Topic: TBA  

Thursday, November 26 at 4PM (HKT): Hans-Joachim Voth,‬ UBS Foundation Professor of Economics, Economics Department, University of Zurich (TBC)
Topic: How (not) to get published

Thursday, December 3 at 9AM (HKT): Paul Schmelzing, Visiting scholar, the Bank of England (Postdoctoral Research Associate, Yale School of Management) 
Topic: Eight Centuries of Global Real Interest Rates, R-G, and the ‘Suprasecular’ Decline, 1311–2018

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If you are interested in presenting or you would like to suggest a speaker for our Quantitative History Webinar Series, please contact Beth of HKU Economic History Group.

Past events:
Ideological Entrepreneurs, Multiplex Network Diffusion, and the Spread of Radical Innovations: Martin Luther’s Role in the Early Reformation by Jared Rubin, Professor of Economics, Chapman University (April 23, 2020)

The Influence of Ancestral Lifeways on Individual Economic Outcomes in Sub-Saharan Africa by Stylianos Michalopoulos, Associate Professor of Economics , Brown University (April 30, 2020)  
數據、信息與渠道 - 傳統中國政府能夠掌握數字信息嗎?by William Guanglin Liu, Professor, Department of History, Lingnan University (May 7, 2020)

宋至清的防疫與治疫: 政府與民間組織的角色 Chinese State and Society in epidemic governance from the Song to the Qing Dynasties by Angela K. C. Leung, Chair Professor of History, Joseph Needham-Philip Mao Professor in Chinese History, HKU Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences (May 21, 2020)

The Origin of the State: Land Productivity or Appropriability? by Luigi Pascali, Associate Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (May 28, 2020)

海上絲路歷史中不同文明的表現 Comparative performance of different civilizations in the history of the Maritime Silk Road by Zhiwu Chen, Victor and William Fung Professor in Economics, Chair Professor of Finance, HKU Business School and the Asia Global Institute (June 11, 2020)

考古大數據所見先秦城邑及其演進 by Hong Xu, Professor of Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (June 24, 2020)

「同一賬,記兩簿」:清代豐盛泰號賬本的復式簿記 by Shuji Cao, Distinguished Professor of History, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (July 2, 2020)

Fractured-Land and Political Fragmentation by Mark Koyama, Associate Professor of Economics, George Mason University (July 9, 2020)

Accounting for the Great Divergence: Recent Findings from Historical National Accounting by Stephen Broadberry FBA, Professor of Economic History, University of Oxford (July 16, 2020)

Going the Distance: Eurasian Trade and the Rise of the Business Corporation, 1400-1700 by Ron Harris, Kalman Lubowsky Professor of Law and History, Tel-Aviv University (July 23, 2020)

制度史研究的量化嘗試:以清代法律制度為主 by Kaixiang Peng, Professor of Economic History, Henan University (August 13, 2020)

The Fate of Skilled Jews in Nazi Germany by Sascha O. Becker, Xiaokai Yang Chair of Business and Economics, Monash University (August 27, 2020)

為商人做辯護?檢視「富者貧之母」的明清政治經濟學 In Defense of Businessmen? The Political Economy of “the Rich Nourishing the Poor” in Ming-Qing China by Peng-sheng Chiu, Distinguished Professor of History, Shanghai Jiao Tong University (September 10, 2020)

Discretion and Destruction: Promotions, Performance, and Patronage in the Royal Navy by ‪Hans-Joachim Voth,‬ UBS Foundation Professor of Economics, University of Zurich (September 17, 2020)

One American, One Chinese and their extraordinary Journeys in the 19th century by Guoqi Xu, Kerry Group Professor in Globalisation History, HKU (September 24, 2020) 

Economic Geography Aspects of the Panama Canal by Stephan Maurer, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Konstanz (September 29, 2020) 

A Theory of Cultural Revivals by Murat Iyigun, Professor of Economics, University of Colorado Boulder (October 8, 2020)

Borderline Disorder: (De facto) Historical Ethnic Borders and Contemporary Conflict in Africa by Ömer Özak, Associate Professor of Economics, Southern Methodist University (October 15, 2020)   

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