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Quantitative History Webinar Series - Marrying for Money: Evidence from the First Wave of Married Women's Property Laws in the U.S.

Quantitative History Webinar Series - Marrying for Money: Evidence from the First Wave of Married Women's Property Laws in the U.S.

Quantitative History Webinar Series - Marrying for Money: Evidence from the First Wave of Married Women's Property Laws in the U.S. Peter Koudijs Associate Professor of Finance Stanford Graduate School of Business Live on Zoom on October 29, 2020 16:00 Hong Kong/Beijing/Singapore 08:00 London | 09:00 Amsterdam | 17:00 Tokyo | 19:00 Sydney

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 Asia Global Institute

 20th October, 2020

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