Seminars

Seminars

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

Faculty seminars AUTUMN 2018
Responsible: Sissel Jensen and Morten Sæthre
12.12., 15:00-16:15 E209/E210 Imran Rasul, University College London
TBA
14.11., 14:15-15:30 E209/E210

Kjetil Storesletten, University of Oslo
Barriers to Entry and Regional Economic Growth in China

17.10., 14:15-15:30 E209/E210

Katherine B. Coffman, Harvard Business School
Cancelled

03.10, 14:15-15:30 E209/E210

Mikael Lindahl, University of Gothenburg
The importance of nature-nurture interactions in skill formation: Evidence from a large sample of adoptees

26.09, 14:15-15:30 E209/E210

Marco Francesconi, University of Essex
Belief Updating and Information Provision: Evidence from Pension Reforms

12.09, 14:15-15:30 E209/E210

Yan Chen, University of Michigan
Information Acquisition and Provision in School Choice: An Experimental Study

LUNCH SEMINARS AUTUMN 2018
 Responsible: Øivind Anti Nilsen,   Ole-Andreas Elvik Næss
30.11,11:00-12:00 E209/E210 

Best master thesis' 2018:
Proximity in Bank-Borrower Relationships
Ragnhild Grønn Johannessen og Frida Lobenz Skarstein

Newspapers’ Political Differentiation. A multi-homing approach
Jonas Slaathaug Hansen og Tormod Fauske Tho

16.11,11:30-12:00 E209/E210 

Jack Li, NHH
One Child Policy in China

02.11,11:30-12:00 E209/E210 

Roger Bivand, NHH
Poland and EU

19.10,11:30-12:00 E209/E210 

Gernot Doppelhofer and Lassi Ahlvik, NHH
Nobel Price in Economics

05.10,11:30-12:00 E209/E210 

Jan I. Haaland, NHH
Trade and trade barriers

21.09,11:30-12:00 E209/E210 

Gunnar Eskeland, NHH
Green Economy

07.09,11:30-12:00 E209/E210 

 Stefan Dahlberg, SamPol, UiB 
Swedish Election