Internal Seminars

Academic Year 2014 - 2015

Internal Seminars take place (unless otherwise stated) on Mondays 12:00-13:00 in Economics Seminar Room A of the J.G. Smith building with a sandwich lunch.

students at event

First term

Monday 6th October - Marco Ercolani
“The 2005 Disability Discrimination Act: Consequences for children's educational choices”

Monday 16th October - Pierre-Louis Vézina
“The development of Factory Asia: 1985-2005”

Monday 20th October - David Dickinson
“Investment, Fundamental Q and the Global Financial Crisis: The case of China”

Monday 27th October - Peter Sinclair
"Monetary Policy Dilemmas”

Monday 3rd November - Ufuk Gunes Bebek
"Robustness of the Proposed Measures of Revealed Comparative Advantage"

Monday 10th November - David Maddison

Monday 17th November - Hector Solaz

Monday 24th November - Christian Bogmans
“Energy Diversification: the Role of Geography, Energy Density and Technology”

Monday 1st December - Panos Fouskas
“In-house intangible capital. Evidence from matched panel BERD-ARD 1997 to 2007”

Monday 8th December - Afrasiab Mirza

Second Term

26th January - Pei Kuang
“Implications of Long-Run Growth Uncertainty”

2nd February - Stanley Siebert
"The Consequences of a Piece Rate on Quantity and Quality: Evidence from a Field Experiment"

9th February - Frederico Lampis
"Micro-finance and credit access in the agricultural sector of Nicaragua"

16th February - Pierre-Louis Vézina
"The trade consequences of pricey cheap oil"

23rd February - Marco Ercolnai 
"Are They All Just Lucky: Time Variation in the Cross-section of Mutual Fund Returns"

2nd March - Jan Jozwik
"Impact of index insurance on agricultural innovation: Experimental evidence from cocoa farming Ghana”

9th March - Anindya Banerjee
"Structural analysis with factor error correction models"

16th March - Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay

23rd March - Michael Henry