Economics seminars and workshops

We run a regular programme of seminars for staff, students and the wider public.

The session-specific times and rooms are stated within the table, but typically our Wednesday seminars are from 16:30 to 18:00 and Friday workshops from 13:00 to 14:30. Both are held in 2.01 in the Postgraduate Teaching Centre.

Please note that any late changes or cancellations are announced by email to those on our distribution list. For further information, please contact Dr Ezgi Kaya or Dr Lena Sheveleva.

DateTimeSpeakerTitle
18/01/201716:30Rhys Bidder (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco)Drilling into Bank Balance Sheets: Examining Portfolio Responses to an Oil Shock
25/01/201716:30Christopher Martin (Bath)Endogenous Effort and the Unemployment Volatility Puzzle
01/02/201716:30Susumu Imai (UTS)Identification and Estimation of Differentiated Products Models using Market Size and Cost Data
08/02/201716:30Britta Gehrke (University of Erlangen-N├╝rnberg)Counteracting unemployment in crisis: Nonlinear effects of short-time work policy
10/02/201713:00Christian Grimme (Ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research)TBA
15/02/201716:30Ben Ferrett (Loughborough)Does tax competition make mobile firms more footloose?
24/02/201713:00Kul Luintel (Cardiff Business School)Inventions & Spillovers: Is there Micro-Macro Correspondence across Emerging World?
01/03/201716:30Arpad Abraham (EUI)The Effects of Moral Hazard on Wage Inequality in a Frictional Labor Market
03/03/201713:00David Meenagh (Cardiff Business School)A Long-Commodity-Cycle Model of the World Economy Over a Century and a Half - making bricks with little straw
08/03/201716:30Roberto Leon Gonzalez (GRIPS)International Remittances, Rural-Urban Migration, and the Quest for Quality Education: The Case of Nepal
10/03/201713:00Ramakanta Patra (Cardiff Metropolitan University)Collusion with Private Information and Fixed Costs
15/03/201716:30Yener Altunbas (Bangor)Macroprudential policy and bank risk
17/03/201713:00Vasileios Logothetis (Cardiff Business School)The Influence of Public Opinion and Elections on Environmental Fiscal Policies
24/03/201713:00Christoph Himmels (Cardiff Business School)Discretionary Policy in a Small Open Economy: Exchange Rate Regimes and Multiple Equilibria
12/06/201716:30Sudipta Sarangi (Virginia Tech)TBA