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Vorträge von Ruth Maria Schüler

  1. CESifo Group Seminar
    Munich, DE, 18 January 2016: “Centralized Monitoring, Resistance, and Reform Outcomes: Evidence from School Inspections in Prussia” Details

  2. Frontier Research in Economic and Social History (FRESH) Workshop
    Barcelona, ES, 4 December 2015: “Nation Building and Social Capital in Prussia: The Role of Education” Details

  3. Conference on „Long-Term Processes of Socio-Economic Development” (organized by Volkswagen Foundation)
    Hanover, DE, 21 November 2015: “Primary Schooling and Economic Development in End-of-Nineteenth-Century Prussia” Details

  4. London School of Economics Thesis Seminar
    London, UK, 14 October 2015: “Centralized Monitoring, Resistance, and Reform Outcomes: Evidence from School Inspections in Prussia” Details

  5. European Historical Economics Society (EHES)
    Pisa, IT, 6 September 2015: “The Price of Decentralization: Linguistic Polarization and the Provision of Schooling” Details

  6. Association for the Study of Religion, Economics, and Culture (ASREC)
    Boston, US, 20 March 2015: “The Price of Decentralization: Linguistic Polarization and the Provision of Schooling” Details

  7. 1st German Economic History Conference
    Münster, DE, 13 March 2015: “The Price of Decentralization: Linguistic Polarization and the Provision of Schooling” Details

  8. Summer School of the European Historical Economics Society (EHES)
    Berlin, Germany, 5 September 2014: “Linguistic Fractionalization and Local Expenditure in Primary Education” Details

  9. 70th Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance (IIPF)
    Lugano, CH, 22 August 2014: “Educational Production Functions as of 1886: How Primary Schooling Shaped Earnings in End-of-Nineteenth-Century Prussia” Details

  10. 1st RWI Research Network Conference on the “Economics of Education”
    Berlin, Germany, 13 June 2014: “Kulturkampf in Prussian Primary Schools – The Effect of a Historical Schooling Regulation on Economic Performance” Details

  11. Spring Meeting of Young Economists (SMYE)
    Vienna, Austria, 24 April 2014: “Educational Production Functions as of 1886: How Primary Schooling Shaped Earnings in End-of-Nineteenth-Century Prussia” Details

  12. Economic History Society (EHS)
    Warwick, UK, 28 March 2014: “Educational Production Functions as of 1886: How Primary Schooling Shaped Earnings in End-of-Nineteenth-Century Prussia” Details

  13. Economic History Talks
    Mannheim, Germany, 19 March 2014: “Linguistic Fractionalization and Local Expenditure in Primary Education” Details

  14. International Conference on Gender and Migration: Critical Issues and Policy Implications
    Istanbul, Türkei, 12.05.2013: “Do immigrant women face a double disadvantage? An investigation of occupational prestige in Germany, 1999-2009.” Details


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