Events

Events

The Macro, Risk and Sustainability Centre organizes and hosts seminars, workshops and conferences with internal and external speakers.

Attendance is open to faculty members and students.

Seminar ContaCT:

  • Spring Seminars 2024

    Spring Seminars 2024

    SPRING SEMINARS 2024

     

    05.02.2024

    Tim Maurer, NHH

    Title: Population Aging, Public Finances, and Alternatives for Retirement Reform

    12.02.2024

    Fred Schroyen, NHH

    Title: Who should pay the stamp duty of a house transaction?

    19.02.2024

    Yuzuru Komon, NHH

    Title: The Gender Division of Labor and Structural Transformation: Industrializing Japan

    04.03.2024

    Anne Hannusch, University of Mannheim

    Title: The Political Economy of Laws to "Protect'' Women

    11.03.2024

    Hanwen Zhang, NHH

    Title: TBA

    18.03.2024

    Max Gröneck, University of Groningen

    Title: First Comes Love, Then Comes Marriage? Marriage, Labor Supply, and Poverty

    08.04.2024

    Paul Pelzl, NHH

    Title: Politics in Financial Intermediation: Evidence from Brazil

    18.04.2024

    Birthe Larsen, Copenhagen Business School

    Title: TBA

    22.04.2024

    Martin Blomhoff Holm, UiO

    Title: TBA

    29.04.2024

    Sigurd Mølster Galaasen, Norges Bank

    Title: The Cash-Flow Channel of Monetary Policy - Evidence from Billions of Transactions

    06.05.2024

    Minchul Yum, University of Southampton

    Title: TBA 

    13.05.2024

    Pedro Gete, IE Business School and IE University

    Title: TBA

    27.05.2024

    Felix Ward, Erasmus School of Economics

    Title: Goldilocks: American precious metals and the Rise of the West

    03.06.2024

    Richard Foltyn, NHH

    Title: TBA

    10.06.2024

    Christine Braun, University of Warwick

    Title: TBA

  • Autumn Seminar 2023

    Autumn Seminar 2023

    AUTUMN SEMINARS 2023

     

    05.09.2023 Kickoff Meeting
    11.09.2023

    Elin Halvorsen, SSB

    Title: Why are the Wealthiest so Wealthy? A Longitudinal Empirical Investigation

    18.09.2023

    Raphaël Huleux, Copenhagen Business School (Nordic PhD Exchange)

    Title: From Income to Wealth Inequality in the US: General Equilibrium Matters

    25.09.2023

    Bram Timmermans, NHH

    Title: Relatedness and the Resource Curse: Is There a Liability of Relatedness?

    18.10.2023

    Leif Anders Thorsrud, BI

    Title: Risky News

    (joint with Finance Department)

    23.10.2023

    Jason Garred, University of Ottawa

    Title: Relocation from China

    20.11.2023

    Claes Bäckman, Aarhus University

    Title: Mortgage Market Design and Wealth Inequality: Evidence from Interest Only Mortgages

    04.12.2023

    Runxi Niu, NHH

    Title: Firm Long-term Debt and Firm Capital Growth

  • Spring Seminar 2023

    Spring Seminar 2023

    SPRING SEMINARS 2023

     

    13.03.2023

    Antoine Bertheau, University of Copenhagen

    Title: Why Firms Lay Off Workers instead of Cutting Wages: Evidence from Matched Survey-Administrative Data

    24.04.2023

    Po Yin Wong, Queen Mary University of London

    Title: Transmission of Climate Policy Uncertainty Shocks

    08.05.2023

    Felix Chopra, University of Copenhagen

    Title: Home Price Expectations and Spending: Evidence from a Field Experiment

    15.05.2023

    Ragnar Juelsrud, Norges Bank

    Title: Granular credit risk

    22.05.2023

    Annika Bacher, BI

    Title: Housing and Savings Behavior Across Family Types

    05.06.2023

    Tim Maurer, Copenhagen Business School

    Title: Population Aging, Public Finances, and Alternatives for Retirement Reform

    12.06.2023

    Margaret M Jacobson, Federal Reserve

    Title: Beliefs, Aggregate Risk, and the US Housing Boom

  • Autumn Seminar 2022

    Autumn Seminar 2022

    AUTUMN SEMINARS 2022

     

    19.08.2022

    Rodney Ramcharan, USC

    Title: Trends in age profiles for functional impairment risk in Norway - estimates adjusted for sample selection on observables and unobservables

    05.09.2022

    Richard Foltyn, University of Glasgow

    Title: Health dynamics and heterogeneous life expectancies

    19.09.2022

    Jonna Olsson,  University of Edinburgh

    Title: Who should work how much? 

    17.10.2022

    Lukas Laffers, Matej Bel University

    Title: Mothers’ Jobs after Childbirth and the Impact on Earnings

    16.11.2022

    Vincent Sterk, University College London

    Title: Monetary Policy during a Cost-of-Living Crisis

    28.11.2022

    Štěpán Mikula, Masaryk University 

    Title: Air Pollution Reduction and Migration: Exploiting a Natural Experiment from the Czech Republic

     

  • Spring Seminar 2022

    Spring Seminar 2022

    sPRING SEMINARS 2022

     

    07.03.2022

    Ingar Haaland, Norwegian School of Economics.

    Title: Narratives about the Macroeconomy

    14.03.2022

    Rory McGee, the University of Western Ontario

    Title: Old Age Saving and House Price Shocks

    25.03.2022

    Knut Are Aastveit, Norges Bank

    Title: The Leverage-liquidity Tradeoff of Mortgage Regulation

    04.04.2022

    Alireza Sepahsalari, University of Bristol

    Title: Firm-level Debt and Employment

    25.04.2022

    Thomas Hintermaier, University of Bonn

    Title: Differences in Euro-Area Household Fiances and their Relevance for Monetary-Policy Transmission

    14.06.2022

    Refet Gurkaynak, Bilkent University

    Title: Exchange Rate and Inflation under Weak Monetary Policy: Turkey Verifies Theory

    17.06.2022

    Michael Schwarz, Chief economicst and Corporate Vice President at Microsoft

    Title: Do long-term crypocurrency investors need to panic?

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  • Autumn Seminar 2021

    Autumn Seminar 2021

    AUTUMN SEMINARS 2021

     

    27.09.2021

    Fred Schroyen, Norwegian School of Economics.

    Title: Trends in age profiles for functional impairment risk in Norway - estimates adjusted for sample selection on observables and unobservables

    04.10.2021

    Johannes Fleck, European University Institute.

    Title: Tax and Transfer Progressivity at the US State Level

    11.10.2021

    Kyeong Hun Lee, Norwegian School of Economics.

    Title:  Local Employment Opportunities and Corporate Retention Policies

    18.10.2021

    Yue Xu, Aarhus University.

    Title:  How Do Mutual Fund Managers Benefit From Senior Colleagues?Capital Raising Ability or Active Investment Skill

    25.10.2021

    Hitoshi Tsujiyama,  Goethe University Frankfurt.

    Title:  Structural Change in Labor Supply and Cross-Country Differences in Hours Worked

    01.11.2021

    Karl Harmenberg, BI Norwegian School of Economics.

    Title:  The Unemployment-Risk Channel in Business-Cycle Fluctuations

    08.11.2021

    Zichen Deng, Norwegian School of Economics.

    Title:  Informed Enforcement: Lessons from Pollution Monitoring in China

    22.11.2021

    Maximilian Rohrer, Norwegian School of Economics.

    Title:  The role of proximity in ESG related belief formation

    29.11.2021

    John Kramer, Institute for International Studies (IIES).

    Title: TBA

     

  • Spring Seminar 2021

    Spring Seminar 2021

    SPRING SEMINARS 2021

     

    29.03.2021

    Peter Levell, Institute for Fiscal Studies

    Title: House Price Rises and Borrowing to Invest

    10.05.2021

    Florian Huber, University of Salzburg

    Title: Tail Forecasting with Multivariate Bayesian Additive Regression Trees

     

  • Autumn Seminar 2020

    Autumn Seminar 2020

    AUTUMN SEMINARS 2020

     

    06.10.2020

    Markus Karlman

    Title: The Great House Price Divergence

    26.10.2020

    Evelina Gavrilova

    Title: The Anatomy of Payroll Tax Incidence: Evidence From Norway

    02.11.2020

    Minchul Yum, University of Mannheim

    Title: Aggregate and Intergenerational Implications of School Closures: A Quantitative Assessment

    17.11.2020

    Richard Audoly

    Title: Self-employment and labor market risks

    23.11.2020

    Almut Balleer, Aachen University

    Title: Demand or supply? Price Adjustment During the Covid-19 Pandemic

    30.11.2020

    Aline Bütikofer

    Title: Research Grant Writing

    14.12.2020

    Astrid Kunze

    Title: Parental Leave from the Firm's Perspective

  • Autumn Seminar 2019

    Autumn Seminar 2019

    AUTUMN SEMINARS 2019

     

    17.09.2019

    Baptiste Massenot, Goethe University Frankfurt and Research Center SAFE

    Title: Depressed demand and supply

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    24.09.2019

    Lutz Weinke, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

    Title:  Idiosyncratic Shocks, Lumpy Investment and the Monetary Transmission Mechanism

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    25.09.2019

    Marius Alexander Kalleberg Ring, Kellogg University

    Title: Household Responses to Capital Taxation: Evidence from Geographic Wealth Tax Discontinuities in Norway

    Time:  14:15-15:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    01.10.2019

    Phuong Ho, SNF

    Title: If Not in My Backyard, Where? The Distributional Effects of Restricting Interjurisdictional Waste Flows

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    15.10.2019

    Jeanne Commault, Sciences Po.

    Title: Consumption and Health Shocks in Old Age

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    22.10.2019

    Arthur van Benthem, University of Pennsylvania

    Title: Consumer Myopia in Vehicle Purchases: Evidence from a Natural Experiment

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    05.11.2019

    Andreas Gerster, University of Mannheim

    Title: Electricity Taxation, Firm Production and Competitiveness: Evidence from German Manufacturing

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    19.11.2019

    David Heller, Max Planck Institute for Competition and Innovation in Munich

    Title: Borrowing Activities during the Financial Crisis: SME versus large firms

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    26.11.2019

    Daniel Spiro, Uppsala University

    Title: The Economics of Planetary Boundaries

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    03.12.2019

    Kjetil Storesletten, University of Oslo

    Title: Business Cycle during Structural Change: Arthur Lewis' Theory from a Neoclassical Perspective

    Time: 12:15-13:15
    Place: E209/E210 Department of Economics

  • Spring Seminar 2019

    Spring Seminar 2019

    Spring Seminars 2019

     

    02.04.2019

    Keita Abe, NHH

    Title: Bargaining Power in Norwegian Fisheries

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    30.04.2019

    Svenn Jensen, Oslo Met

    Title: Pricing Climate Risk

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    14.05.2019

    Ron Chan, University of Manchester

    Title: Regulatory Spillover and Climate Co-benefits: Evidence from the New Source Review Lawsuits

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    21.05.2019

    Tamas Briglevics, National Bank of Hungary

    Title: Debt-cap Rules in a Heterogenous Agent Economy

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    07.06.2019

    Matthieu Gomez, Columbia University

    Title: Displacement and the Rise in Top Wealth Inequality

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    11.06.2019

    Rodrigo Caputo, Central Bank of Chile

    Title: Real Business Cycles in a Commodity-Exporting Economy

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

  • Autumn seminar 2018

    Autumn seminar 2018

    Autumn SEMINARS 2018

     

    11.09.2018

    Elisabeth Isaksen, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, LSE


    Title: The Environmental and Distributional Consequences of Emissions Markets: Evidence from the Clean Air Interstate Rule

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    18.09.2018

    Drago Bergholt, Norges Bank

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    24.09.2018

    Birger Vikøren, Norges Bank

    Title: Om valg av styringsmodell og ny lov for Norges Bank og SSB

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    25.09.2018

    Corbett Grainger, University of Wisconsin

    Title: The Impact of Air Pollution on Labor Supply in China

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    02.10.2018

    Sang Yoon (Tim) Lee, Queen Mary University of London

    Title: Labor (Mis)Allocation and Development: Evidence from German Wage Convergence

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    16.10.2018

    Tobias Broer, Stockholm University

    Title: Heterogenous Information Choice in General Equilibrium

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    13.11.2018

    Timo Boppart, Stockholm University

    Title: Missing Growth from Creative Destruction

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    20.11.2018

    Jósef Sigurdsson, Stockholm University

    Title: Labor Supply Responses and Adjustment Frictions: A Tax-Free Year in Iceland

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    27.11.2018

    Vegard Høghaug Larsen, Norges Bank

    Title: Components of Uncertainty

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

  • Spring Seminar 2018

    Spring Seminar 2018

    Spring SEMINARS 2018

     

    06.03.2018

    Katalin Springel

    Title:Resources for the Future Network Externality and Subsidy Structure in Two-Sided Markets: Evidence from Electric Vehicle Incentives

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    20.03.2018

    Giulia Pavan, Toulouse School of Economics

    Title:Green Car Adoption and the Supply of Alternative Fuels.

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    11.04.2018

    Chiara Forlati, University of Southampton

    Title: Trade and Domestic Policy in Models with Monopolistic Competition

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    17.04.2018

    Inge van Den Bijgaart, University of Gothenburg

    Title: The cost of the status quo: Exploration or innovation in the face of scarcity

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    24.04.2018

    Gernot Doppelhofer, NHH

    Title: Determinants of Economic Growth Redux: A Measurement Error Model Averaging Approach 

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    07.05.2018

    Martin C. Schmalz, University of Michigan

    Title: Anxiety in the face of risk and  Horizon-dependent risk aversion

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    08.05.2018

    Pierre-Louis Vezina, King's College London

    Title: Dutch Disease Resistance: Evidence from Indonesian Firms

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    15.05.2018

    Artashes Karapetyan, BI, Oslo

    Title: Salience and Mispricing: Homebuyers’ Housing Decisions 

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    22.05.2018

    Chiara Ravetti, University of Oxford

    Title: Oil Lubricates Trade: International Effect of Fossil Fuel Discoveries

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    12.06.2018

    Torfinn Harding, NHH

    Title: Commodity prices and land regulation in Brazil

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

  • Spring Seminar 2017

    Spring Seminar 2017

    SPRING SEMINARS 2017

     

    08.02.2017

    Corbett Grainger,  University of Wisconsin-Madison

    Title: State compliance with federal regulations: Using remote sensing to test for strategic ambient pollution monitor siting

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    22.02.2017

    Håkon Tretvoll, BI

    Title: The Type of trade matters

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    19.04.2017

    Jesus Crespo Cuaresma,  WU Wien and NHH

    Title: I just estimated 4 million fiscal multipliers

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    24.05.2017

    Antony Millner, LSE

    Title: Non-paternalistic social discounting

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

  • Autumn Seminar 2016

    Autumn Seminar 2016

    Autumn SEMINARS 2016

     

    05.10.2016

    Ole-Petter Moe Hansen,  NHH

    Title: Determinants of long-term economic growth redux: A measurement error model averaging (MEMA) approach

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    25.10.2016

    Fredrik Wulfsberg, Oslo and Akershus University College

    Title: Stylized facts of price dispersion

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    08.11.2016

    Marcus Hagedorn,  UiO

    Title: A demand theory of the price level

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    16.11.2016

    Tommy Sveen, BI

    Title: Commodity futures and forecasting commodity currencies

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

    23.11.2016

    Katinka Holtsmark, UiO

    Title: Green Bandits

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

  • Spring Seminar 2016

    Spring Seminar 2016

    SPRING SEMINARS 2016

     

    14.04.2016

    Gernot Doppelhofer,  NHH

    Title: Recources crisis and doom

    Time:  12:15-13:15
    Place:  E209/E210 Department of Economics

  • Workshop and Conferences

    Workshop and Conferences

    Workshop and Conferences

     

    April 12-13, 2018
    NHH
    Second Nordic Annual Environmental and Resource Economics (NAERE) Workshop 
    September 09-10 2016
    NHH
    Natural resources and governance
    June 16-17 2016
    UiS
    Economic of resource wealth