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.
|2 Oct||PhD Seminar||
Escaping Third-Party Intervention through Belief Distortion
Research opportunities in applied behavioural economics: Consumer engagement, numeracy, financial advising
|16 Oct||PhD Seminar||
Bank Risk-Taking and Monetary Policy: Evidence from the United States
Fiscal Policy and Cross-Border Spillovers in Europe: New Evidence from an Agnostic Identification.
Different Types of Identity in Conflict
|6 Nov||Lightning Session||
|13 Nov||PhD Seminar||
Anticompetitive Effects of Conditional Rebate where an Incumbent’s Product is “Must-Stock” Item
|20 Nov||Faculty Seminar||
Technological Innovation through A Network Perspective: A Study on the International Patent Dataset
|27 Nov||PhD Seminar||
The Effect of Fine-sharing Policy on Bribery: A Laboratory Experiment
|4 Dec||Faculty Seminar||
Network Analysis of Systemic Risk in the Global Sovereign CDS Markets
|11 Dec||PhD Seminar||
Finance and Structural Change