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The School of Economics runs a series of seminars and workshops through the year, some of which are for a generalist audience and some of which relate to the more specialist interests of the school's research centres.
We also run regular public lectures which everyone can to attend.
The Senior Academic Seminar is the principal regular research event in the school's calendar, distinct from the range of themed workshops and research centre seminars run each week during the academic term. Seminars are on Zoom and normally held Wednesday 3-4.30pm unless stated otherwise.
Full list of upcoming seminars
The Economics PhD Conference is starting a bit later than usual and will be run as weekly webinars on MS Teams until a new protocol is issued. Webinars are held on MS Teams on Wednesdays 12 noon-1pm throughout semester one and two. Access the programme.
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Full list of upcoming webinars
A weekly webinar series run in term time via Microsoft Teams. Initially these webinars will be on Tuesday at 12 noon. Presenters are school faculty members whose projects are of general interest. Each 45-50 minute talk is followed by a 10-15 minute Question and Answer session. All welcome.
All Brown Bag seminars, unless otherwise stated, are held Monday 1-2pm on MS Teams.
The Centre for Decision Research and Experimental Economics seminar usually takes place Wednesday 2-3pm.
A series of seminars focusing on financial markets, macroeconomic cycles and consumer and corporate credit. Seminars are on Zoom, Thursday 2-3.15pm.
Workshops are usually Wednesday 1-2pm. Everyone interested in development economics, political economy, and economic history is welcome.
Our Centre for research on Globalisation and Economic Policy holds a weekly seminar, attracting speakers with high international visibility. On Zoom Tuesday 3-4.15pm unless stated otherwise.
A series of seminars/workshops Thursdays 12.30-2pm (unless otherwise stated), focusing on theoretical and applied time series analysis, and applied microeconometrics.
Talks on key areas of research at the intersection of politics and economics. Thursdays 3-4pm on Zoom.
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