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Seminars

Workshops

 
 
Fri 18 Jan, '19
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Seminar - Louise Laage (Yale)
S2.79

The Title of Paper: A Correlated Random Coefficient Panel Model with Time-Varying Endogeneity

Mon 21 Jan, '19
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Seminar - Giulia Giupponi (LSE)
S2.79

The Title of Paper: When Income Effects are Large: Labor Supply Responses and the Value of Welfare Transfers

Tue 22 Jan, '19
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Seminar - Alessandra Fenizia (Berkeley)
S2.79

The Title of Paper: Managers and Productivity in the Public Sector

Wed 23 Jan, '19
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Seminar - Marta Santamaria (UPF)
S2.79

The Title of Paper: The Gains from Reshaping Infrastructure: Evidence from the Division of Germany

Mon 28 Jan, '19
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Seminar - Chiara Fratto (Chicago)
S2.79

The Title of Paper: The reallocative effects of mobility restrictions on workers and firms. An application to the West Bank

Tue 29 Jan, '19
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Seminar - Tejaswi Velayudham (Michigan)
S2.79

The Title of Paper: Misallocation or Misreporting? Evidence from a Value Added Tax Notch in India

Wed 30 Jan, '19
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Seminar - Kieu-Trang Nguyen (LSE)
S2.79

The Title of Paper: Trust and Innovation within the Firm: Evidence from Matched CEO-Firm Data

Tue 5 Feb, '19
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CWIP Lunchtime Workshop
S2.79

Clement Imbert

Wed 6 Feb, '19
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Teaching & Learning Seminar - Lara Alcock (Loughborough)
S2.79

Seminar Organiser: Stefania Paredes Fuentes

Tilting the Classroom: Engaging Students in Large Lectures

There is much discussion currently about flipping the classroom or otherwise making dramatic adjustments to teaching. But for most lecturers, especially those with large classes, this is not practical. My view is that lectures are not inherently bad, and that that there are numerous ways to make them more engaging without dramatic changes. This talk will be about 18 approaches that I use - these work well together, but each can be implemented independently so they can be tried out according to personal taste. There will be lots of examples and some light-touch discussion of how this approach relates to evidence from psychological research on learning.

Wed 6 Feb, '19
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Seminar - Andreas Stegmann (CEMFI)
S2.79

The Title of Paper: The Effects of Across-Regime Interpersonal Contact on the Support forAuthoritarian Regimes

Mon 11 Feb, '19
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Economic History Workshop - Sriyer Iyer (Cambridge)
Cowling Room, S2.77

Workshop organiser: Yannick Dupraz

Mon 11 Feb, '19
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Political Economy Seminar - Lisa Blaydes (Stanford)
S2.79

This is part of the Political Economy Seminar Series, further information will be provided nearer the date.

Seminar organisers: Kirill Pogorelskiy and Helios Herrera

Tue 12 Feb, '19
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CWIP Lunchtime Workshop
S2.79
Tue 12 Feb, '19
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Applied Economics, Econometrics, Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar
S2.79

This is part of the Applied Economics, Econometrics, Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar Series, further information will be provided nearer the date.

Seminar organisers: Camilla Roncoroni and Manuel Bagues

Wed 13 Feb, '19
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MTWP Lunchtime Workshop
S1.50

Workshop orgsaniser: Ayush Pant

Wed 13 Feb, '19
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CAGE-AMES Workshop
Cowling Room, S2.77

Organiser: Eric Melander

Wed 13 Feb, '19
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CRETA Seminar - Konrad Mierendorf
S2.79

This is part of the CRETA Seminar Series, further information will be provided nearer the date.

Seminar organisers: Sinem Hidir and Costas Cavounidis

Fri 15 Feb, '19
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MIEWorkshop
Cowling Room, S2.77

Macro and International Economics Workshop

Mon 18 Feb, '19
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Departmental Seminar - James Fearon (Stanford)
S2.79

This is part of the Political Economy Seminar Series, further information will be provided nearer the date.

Seminar organisers: Kirill Pogorelskiy and Helios Herrera

Tue 19 Feb, '19
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CWIP Lunchtime Workshop
S2.79
Tue 19 Feb, '19
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Applied Economics, Econometrics, Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar - Seth Zimmerman (Chicago Booth)
S2.79

This is part of the Applied Economics, Econometrics, Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar Series, further information will be provided nearer the date.

Seminar organisers: Camilla Roncoroni and Manuel Bagues

Wed 20 Feb, '19
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MTWP Lunchtime Workshop
S1.50

Workshop orgsaniser: Ayush Pant

Wed 20 Feb, '19
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CAGE-AMES Workshop
Cowling Room, S2.77

Organiser: Eric Melander

Wed 20 Feb, '19
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CRETA Seminar
S2.79

This is part of the CRETA Seminar Series, further information will be provided nearer the date.

Seminar organisers: Sinem Hidir and Costas Cavounidis

Thu 21 Feb, '19
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Macro/International Seminar - Julien Martin (UQAM)
S2.79

Seminar organisers: Liliana Varela and Federico Rossi

Fri 22 Feb, '19
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MIEWorkshop
Cowling Room, S2.77

Macro and International Economics Workshop

Mon 25 Feb, '19
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Economic History Workshop - Alex Moradi (Sussex)
Cowling Room, S2.77

Workshop organiser: Yannick Dupraz

Mon 25 Feb, '19
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Political Economy Seminar - Ruixue Jia (UCSD)

This is part of the Political Economy Seminar Series, further information will be provided nearer the date.

Seminar organisers: Kirill Pogorelskiy and Helios Herrera

Tue 26 Feb, '19
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CWIP Lunchtime Workshop
S2.79
Tue 26 Feb, '19
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Applied Economics, Econometrics, Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar - Réka Juhász (Columbia)
S2.79

This is part of the Applied Economics, Econometrics, Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar Series, further information will be provided nearer the date.

Seminar organisers: Camilla Roncoroni and Manuel Bagues