Irish Quantitative History Workshop 2013
This post was written by Aidan Kane
The annual Irish Quantitative History group meeting will take place in TCD, in the IIIS seminar room, 6th Floor, Arts Building, on Friday 25th January 2013, 2pm-6 pm.
Peter Solar (Free University Brussels), ‘Market Integration between Ireland and Britain: Timing, Causes and Consequences’
Frank Barry (Trinity College Dublin), ‘A Firm-Level Database on Manufacturing Industry in Protectionist-Era Ireland’
Richard McMahon (University of Edinburgh), ‘Homicide and Irish migration in late nineteenth-century San Francisco’
Aidan Kane (NUI Galway), ‘Exploring 17th century credit networks in the Irish Staple database’
Charles Read (University of Cambridge), ‘The Repeal Year: A Quantitative Reassessment’
As numbers are limited, please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you intend to go along, and/or if you wish to be added to the IQH group mailing list. The workshop page (hosted by the Centre for Economic History at QUB) is here. The convenor of IQH is Eoin McLaughlin (University of Edinburgh).
Tags: Irish economic history, quantitative methods