External Seminars 2015/16

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

14 October 2015 - Mich Tvede (Newcastle) - 'Beyond Laissez-Faire: The Case of Heterogeneous Beliefs'

28 October 2015 - David Llewellynn (Loughborough & European Banking Authority) - Maxwell Fry Global Finance Lecture: 'Post Crisis Regulation: What Has Been Achieved and What Remains To Be Done?' 

4 November 2015 - Silvia Sonderegger (Nottingham) - 'Optimal Similarity Judgements in Intertemporal Choice'

11 November 2015 - Maurizio Zanardi (Lancaster) - 'Suspiciously Timed Trade Dispute'

(Tuesday) 17 November 2015 - Omer Moav (Warwick) - 'Cereals, Appropriability and Hierarchy'

25 November 2015Michael Massmann (WHU) - 'Estimating Structural Parameters in Regression Models with Adaptive Learning' 

(Tuesday) 1 December 2015 - Giovanni Ponti (LUISS) - 'Some (Mis)facts about Myopic Loss Aversion'

Previous Seminars

Previous Academic Spring Term

28 January - Daniel Seidmann (Nottingham)
"The Order of Presentation in Common Law Trials"

4 February - John van Reenen (LSE)
"Management as a Technology?" (with Nicholas Bloom and Raffealla Sadun)

11 February - Keith Head (Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia)
"Geography, Ties, and Knowledge Flows: Evidence from Citations in Mathematics"

4 March - Randi Hjalmarsson (Queen Mary, Gothenburg)
"Politics and Peer Effects in the Courtroom"

11 March - Imran Rasul (University College London)

18 March - Ryan Murphy (ETH Zurich)
"Explaining cooperative behaviour in public goods games: how preferences and beliefs affect contribution levels"

Previous Academic Autumn Term

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

12 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)