Department of Economics

Department Seminars

Department seminar at ECON

Place and time:

Department meeting room (room 7545) from 12.15 to 13.15

 

Date

Name

Host

Title

17.01

Anette Borge

 

Indirect inference and expectations in a small open economy DSGE model. 

24.01

Synne Almaas

  Modelling the real yen-dollar rate and inflation dynamics based on international parity conditions.

31.01

Valentin Wagner, 
University of Mainz
Jon Marius Vaag Iversen Self-Selection Bias and Treatment Assignment in Field Experiments.
07.02

 

   

14.02

Per Tovmo

  Positive externalities of AirBnB.
21.02

No seminar
(Winter holiday)

   
28.02

Swarnodeep Homroy,
University of Groningen

Colin Green Supply and Demand Side Determinants of Board Gender Imbalance: The U.S. Evidence.
06.03
(Wednesday)
Isabel Hovdahl   What can we learn, and what can we not learn, from using machine learning in climate economics? 

14.03

Knut Røed,
Frischsenteret

Kåre Johansen The Golden Middle Class Neighborhood.

21.03

Giovanni Facchini,
University of Nottingham

Costanza Biavaschi Are political and economic integration intertwined? 

28.03

Duncan McVicar,
Queens University - Belfast

Colin Green Reducing the Generosity and Increasing the Conditionality of Welfare Benefits for People with Disability: Turning the Supertanker or Squeezing the Balloon?
03.04
(Wednesday)

Andreas Kostøl,
Norges Bank

Ragnar Torvik

How broadband internet affect labor market matching.

04.04 Ulf Zoelitz,
University of Zurich
Colin Green The value of a peer. 
18.04

No seminar 
(Public holiday)

   
25.04

Mia Sohlman

  Study program choice - the effect of information on demand for higher education.
02.05

Stefan Leknes,
SSB

Fredrik Carlsen TBA
09.05

Joakim Kvamvold,
Folketrygdfondet

Snorre Lindset TBA

16.05

 

   
23.05

Ana Tur-Prats,
University of California,
Merced

Anette Borge TBA
30.05

No seminar 
(Public holiday)

   
03.06
(Monday)
Corrado Giulietti,
University of Southampton
Costanza Biavaschi TBA
13.06 Anette Borge   TBA
20.06      

 

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