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Quantitative History Webinar Series - A Theory of Cultural Revivals [Murat Iyigun, University of Colorado Boulder]

Quantitative History Webinar Series - A Theory of Cultural Revivals [Murat Iyigun, University of Colorado Boulder]

Live on Zoom on October 8, 2020 at 9AM (HKT) Why do some societies fail to adopt more efficient institutions? And why do such failures often coincide with cultural movements that glorify the past? In this Quantitative History Webinar, Murat Iyigun explains in detail the interplay-or lack thereof-between institutional change and cultural beliefs.​​

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 Asia Global Institute

 29th September, 2020

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