External Seminars 2014/15

Student experience

External Seminars take place (unless otherwise stated) on Wednesdays 16:00-17:30 in Economics Seminar Room C of the J.G. Smith building.

Autumn term

1st October - Joep Sonnemans (University of Amsterdam)
"Learning and Evolution in a Multi-Round Strategy-Method Minority-Game Experiment"

12th November - Prasanna Gai (Auckland)
"Global Stores of Value and the International Role of the Renminbi"

19th November - John Thanassoulis (Warwick)
"Government Distortions, Bankers' Pay and Excessive Risk"

26th November - Markus Eberhardt (Nottingham)

Spring term

4th February - John van Reenen (LSE)

25th FebruaryKeith Head (Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia)

4th MarchRandi Hjalmarsson (Queen Mary, Gothenburg)

Previous Seminars

Previous Academic Spring Term

Previous Academic Autumn Term

  • 9th OctoberMarija Vukotic (Warwick) 
    Debt habits, private lending and sovereign risk
  • 16th OctoberJohn Knowles (Southampton)
    Dynamic Squeezing: Marriage and Fertility in France After World War One - view paper
  • 23rd October Wouter Den Haan (LSE)
    Inventories and the Role of Goods-Market Frictionsfor Business Cycles - view paper
  • 30th October  V Bhaskar (UCL)
    Learning and the ratchet effect: an impossibility result 
  • 6th November - Christian Bayer (Bonn)
    Household Income Risk, Nominal Frictions, and Incomplete Markets - view paper
  • 13th NovemberTony Yates (Bristol)
    Risk news shocks and the business cycle - view paper
  • 20th NovemberMorten Lau(Copenhagen)
    Discounting Behavior - view paper
    Identifying Time Preferences With Experiments: Comment - view paper
  • 27th November -  Guy Liu(Brunel)
    Industrial Growth: does Bank Competition, Concentration and Stability Constrain tMatter? – Evidence from developed and emerging economies - view paper
  • 4th December -  Todd Kaplan(Exeter)
    An Experiment on the Causes of Bank Run Contagions - view paper