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Quantitative History Webinar on Monetizing the Economy: National Banks and Local Economic Development by Chenzi Xu (Stanford GSB)

Quantitative History Webinar on Monetizing the Economy: National Banks and Local Economic Development by Chenzi Xu (Stanford GSB)

Join Chenzi Xu of Stanford Graduate School of Business to examine the role of banks in expanding the traded sector of local economies in the United States in the 19th century Live on Zoom on September 2 10:00AM Hong Kong time

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 Asia Global Institute

 31st August, 2021

#HKUBusinessSchool #History #economichistory #finance #quantitativehistory

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