Seminars

Seminars

The Department of Economics hosts faculty seminars and lunch seminars series.

 

 

Faculty seminars Spring 2019
Responsible: Sissel Jensen , Morten Sæthre and Krisztina Molnar
13.03
14:15-15:30
E209/E210

Mikael Carlsson, Uppsala University

Dispersion Over the Business Cycle: Productivity versus Demand

20.03
14:15-15:30
E209/E210

Katherine Meckel, University of California San Diego

Cigarette Taxes, Mental Health, and Mortality Outcomes

23.04
14:15-15:30
E209/E210

David McKenzie, The World Bank

22.05
14:15-15:30
E209/E210

Rema Hanna, Harvard Kennedy School

12.06
14:15-15:30
E209/E210

Hilary Hoynes, University of California Berkley
LUNCH SEMINARS Spring 2019
 Responsible: Roger Bivand,  Eirik Berger and Fanny Landaud
08.03
11:30-12:15
E209/E210

Mirjam Wentzel

PhD Presentation: Flexible Pensions and Private Savings: Evidence from the 2011 Norwegian Pension Reform"

15.03
11:30-12:15
E209/E210

Mads Fjeld Wold

PhD Presentation: What We Talk About When We Talk About Fish

22.03
12:15-13:00
E209/E210

Charlotte Evensen

PhD Presentation: Cars, groceries and intermediate goods

29.03
11:30-12:15
E209/E210

Oda Sund

PhD Presentation: Fairness Preferences

05.04
11:30-12:00
E209/E210

Torfinn Harding

The World Bank as an employer for economics PhDs

03.05
11:30-12:00
E209/E210

Siri Strandenes

Job Exit Talk

10.05
11:30-12:00
E209/E210

Pablo Ignacio Soto Mota

Corruption and Violence in Mexico

24.05
11:30-12:00
E209/E210

Ian Wooton, University of Strathclyde

Trade Implications of Brexit

07.06
11:30-12:00
E209/E210

TBA