Economics Seminar Series Economics Seminar Series

Spring 2019

The Spring Seminar Series is organised by Michael Kummer.

Seminars are hosted between 13:30 and 15:00, unless otherwise stated.




17 Jan EH 1.13

Andreas Kotsadam (Ragnar Frisch Centre for Economic Research, Oslo)

Jobs and intimate partner violence in Ethiopia

24 Jan Registry 3.15

Francesco Nava (LSE)

Differentiated Goods: Monopoly and Competition

31 Jan Registry 3.15

Alexander Cappelen (Norweigan School of Economics)

How do adults handle distributive conflicts among children? Experimental Evidence from China and Norway.

14 Feb Registry 3.15

Marcela Ibanez (University of Göttingen)

Take on Power to Punish: Experimental Evidence from Matrilineal and Patriarchal Societies in India

21 Feb Registry 3.15

Rudi Winter-Ebmer  (JKU Linz)

Bank Equity and Small-Firm Risk Taking

28 Feb Registry 3.15

Rachel Griffith (University of Manchester)

How well targeted are soda taxes?

7 Mar Registry 3.15

Nejat Anbarci (Durham)

Preemptive versus Counter Offers

14 Mar

Registry 3.15

Mark Schankerman (LSE)

Screening for Patent Quality’

21 Mar Registry 3.15

Lucas Bretschger (ETH Zurich)

Malthus in the light of climate change 

28 Mar Registry 3.15

Sean Ennis (UEA - CCP)

The CCP: new directions, new opportunities

2 May EH 1.25

Kyril Khalmetski (University of Cologne) 

Disliking to Disagree

9 May Registry 3.15

Eleonora Nilesen (UNU-MERIT, Maastricht)

On the malleability of implicit attitudes towards women empowerment: Evidence from Tunisia 

23 May Registry 3.15

Matt Elliott (University of Cambridge)

Capability Accumulation and Conglomeratization in the Information Age

30 May Registry 3.15

Nick Hanley (University of Glasgow)

Improving incentives for biodiversity conservation: spatial coordination and collective action

13 June Registry 3.15

Silvia Sonderegger (University of Nottingham)

It's Not A Lie If You Believe It. Lying and Belief Distortion Under Norm-Uncertainty

20 June Registry 3.15

Frank Riedel (University of Bielefeld)

Ambiguity in Game Theory

4 July Registry 3.15

Massimiliano Mazzanti (University of Ferrara)

A semiparametric analysis of green inventions and environmental policies