Academic Year 2015 - 2016
Internal Seminars take place (unless otherwise stated) on Mondays 13:00-14:00 in Room G22 of the J.G. Smith building.
Monday 12 October - Marco Ercolani
“Wanting to, and getting to, study business studies or economics at A-level”
Monday 19 October - John Fender
“The reform of property taxation in the UK”
Monday 26 October - Tommaso Acquilante
“Bureaucrats or Politicians? Anti-dumping and Political Parties in the US”
Monday 9 November - Roger Backhouse
"Becoming applied: the transformation of economics after 1970"
Monday 16 November - Soosung Hwang
“Reference-Dependent Utility on Asset Allocation: The Effects of Loss Sensation and Individualism around the world”
Monday 23 November - Michael Henry
"The Impact of Chinese Imports on the Product Scope of Indian Manufacturing Firms"
Monday 30 November - Jan Jozwik
Monday 7 December - Yiannis Karavias
"The impact of government size on economic growth: a threshold analysis"
Monday 18 January - Pei Kuang
Monday 25 January - Marco Barassi
Monday 1 February - Siddhartha Banyopadhyay
Monday 8 February - Michalis Drouvelis
Monday 15 February - Anindya Banerjee
Monday 22 February - Amalia Di Girolamo
Monday 29 February - Christian Bogmans
Monday 7 March - Panagiotis Fouskas
Monday 14 March - Tony Yates
Monday 21 March - Ying Zhou