UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies


Seminar: Mary Morgan (LSE) - Title TBC

Start: Jan 24, 2018 04:00 PM

Location: UCL Chadwick building, room 2.18


24th January 2018, starting at 16:30, with tea and coffee available from 16:00.


UCL Chadwick building, room 2.18, starting at 16:30, with tea and coffee available from 16:00.



About the speaker

Mary Susanna Morgan (FBA FRDAAS), is Professor of the History of Economics in the London School of Economics since 1999, of which she had earlier obtained a BSc in Economics (1978), and her Ph.D. (1984). From 1992–2002 she also worked part-time as Professor of the History and Methodology of Economics in the University of Amsterdam. Since 2002 she is a foreign member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences. Morgan has made important contributions to the history of economic thought, especially with regard to the history of econometrics, the historical development of measurement in economics, and the evolution and methodological implications of the use of economic models.

STS research seminars

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