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Quantitative History Webinar on An Evolutionary Approach to the History of Useful Knowledge by Professor Joel Mokyr (Northwestern)

Quantitative History Webinar on An Evolutionary Approach to the History of Useful Knowledge by Professor Joel Mokyr (Northwestern)

How should we think about long-term economic progress? In this Quantitative History Webinar, Joel Mokyr of Northwestern University will present his argument that models inspired by Charles Darwin can help us understand the selection process that committed the most important agents in Europe to a culture of progress which we associate with the Industrial Enlightenment and eventually to sustainable economic growth.

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 HK Institute for Humanities & Soc. Sci.

 27th March, 2023

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