LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC HISTORY
SEMINAR ON THE COMPARATIVE ECONOMIC HISTORY
OF AFRICA, ASIA AND LATIN AMERICA
SPECIAL MICHAELMAS TERM PROGRAMME 2000
All meetings Tuesdays, 17.15-18.45 in Room S78 at LSE.
21 NOVEMBER: William Gervase Clarence-Smith (SOAS),>From coerced to free labour in world cocoa production, 1760s -1914=.
28 NOVEMBER: Gareth Austin (LSE),>From coerced to free labour in Asante (Ghana) cocoa production, 1908-c1950=.
5 DECEMBER: Chibuike Uche (University of Nigeria),>Credit for the Africans: the demand for a central bank in the Gold Coast Colony=.
Financial support is provided by the Suntory and Toyota International Centres for Economics and Related Disciplines.
PAPERS OR OUTLINES MAY BE DISTRIBUTED IN ADVANCE, as an e-mail attachment where possible (send requests to email@example.com) and on the UK History & Economic Development Group website:
Paper copies will normally be available for collection a few days in advance from a tray outside Room C.419.