- African Economic History Network Meetings
- Global Health Seminar, Copenhagen 22 June 2017, 12:30-14:00
- Public talk: ‘What Economists Get Wrong about Africa’ @AU_SIS March 29
- Guest Lecture ‘Why Economists Got Africa Wrong’ @LauderInstitute April 11
- Ruling the World by Numbers: streaming lectures online
Category Archives: Booktalk
TweetI have given many talks this year, medicine but I am the most proud to have been asked to give the first annual public lecture at the African Studies Center in Leiden. It takes place on 7 November 2013, stomach … Continue reading
TweetOn Wednesday I give a talk in Edinburgh. It is hosted by the Centre of African Studies. The details are here.
TweetI am presenting my book at the University of Michigan Tuesday 10 Sep at 4 pm. The talk is hosted by the Department of Afroamerican and African Studies.Details here.
TweetOn 7 May 2013 I presented Poor Numbers at the Africa Talks of the University of Birmingham. It was filmed and is now posted.
TweetI present my book at noon on August 13 at the UMB School of Economics and Business, recipe and then on August 14, there is a public event in from 6 pm, organized by Vitenparken, called Perspektiver på Afrika. Poor Numbers … Continue reading
TweetGerardo Serra, for sale who is a PhD student in the Department of Economic History at the London School of Economics and does fascinating work on the political economy of statistics in Ghana and the Gold Coast reviews Poor Numbers … Continue reading
TweetOn Monday I present at the Centre of African Studies, University of Cambridge (5 pm, Room S2, Audrey Richards Building) and then on Tuesday at Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex. On Wednesday there is a book launch and … Continue reading
Tweet Is there really a statistical tragedy in Africa?Where do African statistics originate? How accurate are they? Economic historian, Morten Jerven will be deliberating stats in Africa at a debate hosted by PARIS21 and the OECD Development Centre on … Continue reading
TweetI spoke at Royal African Society yesterday, and the scheduled talks continues next week: Monday 13 May 17:00-19:00, Oxford University, African History & Politics Seminars Wednesday 15 May 12:15-14:00, Graduate Institute Geneva Thursday 16 May 14:00-17:00, CERI & SciencesPo, Paris … Continue reading