Economics Seminar Series 2016-17 Economics Seminar Series 2016-17

Spring 2017

The Spring 2017 Seminar Series is organised by Sheheryar Banuri and Katarina Dankova.

Seminars are hosted between 13:30 and 15:00, at the locations listed.

Date

Location

Speaker

Jan 26 JSC 1.02

Robert Akerlof

"Value Formation: The Role of Esteem"

Feb 02 TPSC 0.1

Peter Norman Sørensen

"Strategic Sample Selection"

Feb 09 REG CR2

Ragnar Torvik

"The Political Agenda Effect and State Centralization"

Feb 16

Queens
0.13

Roberto Leon Gonzalez

TBA

Feb 23 Queens 
0.08

Miguel Fonseca

"Line Deviators Up and Punish the First"

Mar 02 Queens
2.22

Joao Madeira

"Why Don’t Wages Fall During Recessions? An Experimental Study"

Mar 09 REG CR2

Paul Heidheus

TBA

Mar 16 Queens 2.21

Grischa Perino

 

"Who’s Nudging? Evidence from a Field Experiment on the Impact of Regulator’s Attributes and Intrusiveness on Private Provision of a Public Good"

Mar 23 REG CR2

Willemien Kets 

"Strategic Uncertainty and the Costs and Benefits of Diversity"

Apr 19 ARTS 0.28

Bertil Tungodden

TBA

Apr 27 ARTS 2.03

Maik Schneider

"Taxation, Innovation and Entrepreneurship"

May 04

REG CR2

Andreas Lange

"A NIMBY Effect in Private Provision of Public Goods: Using Donation Experiments to  Inform Policy"

May 11 ARTS 2.03

Daniel Sgroi

"Historical Analysis of National Subjective Wellbeing using Millions of Google Books"

May 18 REG CR2

Razvan Vlahu

"Bank Profitability and Risk-taking"

May 25 ARTS 2.03

Mauro Papi

"Price Competition with Satisficing Consumers"

Jun 01 ARTS 2.03

Adnan Khan

TBA