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Friday 24th February 2017

Bloomberg Training on 24th February

Date
24/02/2017
Description
The Library have arranged for Bloomberg training on 24th February for Economics students.
Thursday 2nd March 2017

Inaugural Lecture: Professor Arnaud Chevalier

Inaugural Lecture: Professor Arnaud Chevalier
Date
02/03/2017
Description
Inaugural Lecture by Professor Arnaud Chevalier on 2nd March at 6.15pm in Windsor Building Auditorium: 'Not all cohorts are born equal: Economic activity and parental selection.'
Friday 31st March 2017

Economic History Society Annual Conference 2017

Date
31/03/2017 - 02/04/2017
Description
Royal Holloway will be hosting the Economic History Society Conference in 2017. This is the largest annual conference in the field in the world and it is only the second time that it has been held in London.
Saturday 1st April 2017

Economic History Society Annual Conference 2017

Date
31/03/2017 - 02/04/2017
Description
Royal Holloway will be hosting the Economic History Society Conference in 2017. This is the largest annual conference in the field in the world and it is only the second time that it has been held in London.
Sunday 2nd April 2017

Economic History Society Annual Conference 2017

Date
31/03/2017 - 02/04/2017
Description
Royal Holloway will be hosting the Economic History Society Conference in 2017. This is the largest annual conference in the field in the world and it is only the second time that it has been held in London.
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