Department of Economics

Date Time Speaker Affiliation Title
21.Aug 12.00-13.15 Fabio Canova EUI Spillovers of Fiscal Shocks in the Euro Area
10.Sep 12.30-13.45 Saki Bigio Columbia Business School Banks, Liquidity Management and Monetary Policy
11.Sep 12.00-13.15 Luc Bauwens CORE and Universite Catoique de Louvain Marginal Likelihood for Markov-switching and change-point GARCH models
18.Sep 14.00-15.15 Javier Suarez CEMFI A Macroeconomic Model of Endogenous Systemic Risk Taking
25.Sep 12.00-13.15 Anton Nakov Banco de Espana Logit Price Dynamics
26.Sep 10.00-11.00 Lasse Pedersen CBS/NYU Stern Carry
11.Oct 12.00-13.00 Marcus Hagedorn University of Oslo Unemployment Benefits and Unemployment in the Great Recession: The Role of Macro Effects
16.Oct 12.00-13.15 Pierre-Olivier Weill UCLA The Market for OTC Derivatives
23.Oct 12.00-13.15 Ufuk Akcigit University of Pennsylvania Buy, Keep or Sell: Market for Ideas and Economic Growth
30.Oct 12.00-13.15 James Costain Banco de Espana Fiscal Delegation in a Monetary Union with Decentralized Public Spending
08.Nov 12.00-13.00 Ernesto Reuben Columbia Business School Fairness and Coordination: The Role of Fairness Principles in Coordination Failure and Success
13.Nov 12.00-13.15 Alexander Berentsen University of Basel Degreasing the Wheels of Finance
20.Nov 12.00-13.15 Morten Ravn UCL Job Uncertainty and Deep Recessions
27.Nov 12.00-13.15 Alexander Cappelen Norwegian School of Economics A randomized field experiment on tax evasion
02.Dec 12.00-13.00 Per Krusell IIES Asset Trading and Valuation with Uncertain Exposure
11.Dec 12.00-13.15 Analia Schlosser Tel Aviv University Rise to the Challenge or not Give a Damn: Differential Performance in High vs. Low Stakes Tests
18.Dec 12.00-13.15 Robert Lieli CEU and Hungarian Central Bank Testing the Unconfoundedness Assumption via Inverse Probability Weighted Estimators of (L)ATT
Date Time Speaker Affiliation Title
16.Jan 12.00-13.15 Anurag Banerjee Durham Business School Who pays for job training?
23.Jan 12.00-13.15 Magne Mogstad University College London Family Welfare Cultures
30.Jan 12.00-13.15 Christian Francq Université Lille Risk-parameter estimation in volatility models
13.Feb 12.00-13.15 Leo Kaas University of Konstanz Efficient Firm Dynamics in a Frictional Labor Market
01.Mar 12.00-13.15 Kjetil Storesletten University of Oslo Redistributive Taxation in a Partial-Insurance Economy
08.Mar 12.30-13.45* Erik Gaard Kristiansen Norwegian School of Economics Paying for Staying: Compensation Contracts and the Retention Motive
13.Mar** 12.00-13.15 Christina Gathmann University of Heidelberg Trial and Error? Policy Experimentation during the US Welfare Reform
20.Mar 12.00-13.15 Bengt Holmstrom MiT Money Market Liquidity and Opacity
05.Apr 12.00-13.15 Oddbjørn Raaum Frisch Centre Economic Shocks, the Legal Environment and Work-related Migration
17.Apr 12.00-13.15 Jøril Mæland Norwegian School of Economics Innovation, Competition, and Investment Timing
24.Apr 12.00-13.15 Andrew Eggers London School of Economics Proportionality and Turnout: Evidence from French Municipalities
8.May 12.00-13.15 Christina Gathmann University of Heidelberg Trial and Error? Policy Experimentation during the US Welfare Reform
15.May 12.00-13.15 Paul Levine University of Surrey Optimal Fiscal and Monetary Rules in Normal and Abnormal Times
22.May 12.00-13.15 Lutz Kilian University of Michigan Inference on Impulse Response Functions in Structural VAR Models
29.May** 12.00-13.15 Analia Schlosser Tel Aviv University -
05.Jun 12.00-13.15 Dmitro Hryshko University of Alberta Moving to a Job: The Role of Home Equity, Debt, and Access to Credit
19.Jun 12.00-13.15 Renee Fry-McKibbin Australian National University Chinese Resource Demand and the Resource Rich Economy

* Room C2-095

** Canceled.

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