Seminars

Seminars

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

Faculty seminars SPRING 2018
Responsible: Torfinn Harding, Sissel Jensen and Morten Sæthre
17.01, 14:15-15:30 E209/E210

Øyvind Thomassen, Seoul National University
Price Discrimination and Shopping Costs

18.04, 14:15-15:30 E209/E210

Christopher A. Neilson, Princeton University
The Equilibrium Effects of Informed School Choice

25.04, 14:15-15:30 E209/E210

Anna Sanktjohanser, Toulouse School of Economics
Endogenous Monitoring in a Partnership Game

02.05, 14:15-15:30 E209/E210

Martha Bailey, University of Michigan
Prep School for Poor Kids: The long-run impacts of head start on human capital and economic self-sufficiency

 09.05, 14:15-15:30 E209/E210

Kjetil Storesletten, University of Oslo
Sovereign Debt and Structural Reforms

13.06, 14:15-15:30 E209/E210

Andreas Fagereng, SSB
MPC Heterogeneity and Household Balance Sheets 

25.06, 10.15-11.30 E209/E210

Ian Crawford, University of Oxford
Modelling Individual Labour Supply using Random Fields

27.06, 14:15-15:30 E209/E210

Chad Syverson, University of Chicago
How Wide Is the Firm Border?

LUNCH SEMINARS SPRING 2018
 Responsible: Øivind Anti Nilsen,   Sara AbrahamssonOle-Andreas Elvik Næss
26.01,11:30-12:00 E209/E210 

Håkon Tretvoll, NHH
Bitcoin

09.02,14:00-14:45 E209/E210 

Chang-Koo Chi, NHH
The Olympic Games and Sport Economics

23.02,11:30-12:00 E209/E210 

Stig Tenold, NHH
North Korea

09.03,11:30-12:00 E209/E210 

Astrid Kunze, NHH
International Women's Day

23.03,11:30-12:15 E209/E210

Stefan Meissner, NHH
PhD presentation: Essay in Behavioural Economics

06.04,11:30-12:15 E209/E210

Damiano Maggi (NHH)
The Italian Election

13.04,11:30-12:15 E209/E210

Ceren Ay, NHH
PhD presentation: Work in Behavioural Economics

04.05,11:30-12:15 E209/E210

Sara Abrahamsson, NHH
PhD presentation: Essay in empirical labour economics