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.

You can follow the seminars digitally by using this Zoom link.

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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: TBA

    22.11.2021

    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