There are three formats;
- Lightning Sessions, where a member of the faculty workshops ideas along with colleagues and PhD Students.
- Faculty Seminars, where a faculty member delivers a traditionally structured seminar.
- PhD Seminars, where our PhD Students present their work and engage with discussants.
Open to all ECO Staff and PhD Students, held in REG 3.15, every Tuesday 13:00 - 14:00.
How could new technology and software be used in an innovative way to answer interesting economics problems
|12 Feb||Lightning Session||
Exploring level-zero (Please bring a pen and paper!)
|19 Feb||PhD Seminar||
The impacts of app externalities on tablets: iOS vs GP
Political Alignment and Fiscal Policy in Local Governments: Evidence from Ghana
|12 Mar||PhD Seminar||
Competition effects on higher education output
|26 Mar||PhD Seminar||
|2 April||PhD Seminar||
Volatility spillovers between crude oil, renewable energies, and S&P 500 Exchange-Traded Fund markets.
|30 April||Lightning Session||
FinTech and the Future of Finance.
|14 May||PhD Seminar||
Females employment in Arab countries
*Held in ARTS 0.30*
|21 May||PhD Seminar||
Combining econometrics and machine learning to forecast realized volatility of exchange rates
|28 May||Faculty Seminar||
Does income inequality and procedure unfairness make us less cooperative/coordinative? An experimental investigation.
|4 June||PhD Seminar||
First mover advantages in the market for generic drugs
|11 June||Lightning Session||
Endogenous Work Ethics
|18 June||PhD Seminar||
Reminders to give: Using shelf labelling in supermarkets to change the type and level of donations to a Foodbank
|25 June||Lightning Session||