School of Economics

PhD Webinars

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 Wednesdays 12 noon to 1pm throughout semester one and two.

Upcoming seminars

There are currently no upcoming seminars.

 

Previous 2020/21 seminars

PhD Webinar: Gian Luca Tedeschi

Date
03 March 2021
Description
'Two Sides of the Same Coin: Co-Evolution of Kin Ties and Institutions'

PhD Webinar: Juergen Amann

Date
24 February 2021
Description
Analysis of Price-Setting Dynamics across Supermarkets

PhD Webinar: Thomas Chen

Date
17 February 2021
Description
Trade Costs and Maritime Shipping

PhD Webinar: Shruti Surachita

Date
10 February 2021
Description
Norm Saliency in Cooperation

PhD Webinar: Monika Pompeo

Date
10 February 2021
Description
Choosing Competition on Behalf of Someone Else

PhD Webinar: Michael Mahony

Date
03 February 2021
Description
Output Expectations, Uncertainty and the UK Business Cycle: Evidence from the CBI's Suite of Business Surveys

PhD Webinar: Minsu Kim

Date
27 January 2021
Description
Short-term GDP forecasting: Mixed frequency dynamic factor model vs judgemental forecasts

PhD Webinar: Syed Kazmi

Date
27 January 2021
Description
Trade exposure and markup evolution

PhD Webinar: David Contreras-Gomez

Date
20 January 2021
Description
School starting age and sibling spillovers

PhD Webinar: Gavassa-Perez

Date
20 January 2021
Description
The morality of voluntary cooperation

PhD Webinar: Luis Frones-Edeso

Date
13 January 2021
Description
Why do apology laws fail

PhD Webinar: Wenxiao Dong

Date
06 January 2021
Description
Misallocation, trade and productivity

PhD Webinar: Livini Donath

Date
06 January 2021
Description
Youth education and household welfare

PhD Webinar: Carolina Gomez-Cuenca

Date
09 December 2020
Description
Growth and pollution: A GVAR analysis of the past and future effects of international environmental agreements

PhD Webinar: Edoardo Cefala

Date
09 December 2020
Description
The political consequences of mass repatriation

PhD Webinar: Sarah Bowen

Date
02 December 2020
Description
Nudging self-reports of adherence

PhD Webinar: Malte Baader

Date
02 December 2020
Description
Exploring the relationship between creativity and economic decision making

PhD Webinar: Aisha Abubakar

Date
25 November 2020
Description
A follow-up analysis of adults with lower limb disabilities in Uganda using a discrete-time hazard model

PhD Webinar: Yuliet Verbel-Bustamante

Date
18 November 2020
Description
Shared responsibility and corruption: An experimental analysis

PhD Webinar: Chrysanthos Vasileiou

Date
18 November 2020
Description
Copula-based characterisation of the association between biomarkers and self-reported well-being

PhD Webinar: Arif Sulistiono

Date
11 November 2020
Description
Foreign holdings and bond market volatility: Evidence from Indonesia

PhD Webinar: Richard Mills

Date
11 November 2020
Description
Time, psychology of scarcity & bracketing

PhD Webinar: Gabriele Lucchetti

Date
28 October 2020
Description
Agglomeration economies and economic assimilation of foreign born workers in the US labour market

PhD Webinar: Wenjiao Hu

Date
28 October 2020
Description
Taylor rules and exchange rate predictability for the United Kingdom

PhD Webinar: Anna Hochleitner

Date
21 October 2020
Description
Inter-spousal earned entitlement in Zambia

PhD Webinar: Rachel Cho

Date
21 October 2020
Description
Secured financing in a firm dynamics model

PhD Webinar: Yulin Bian

Date
14 October 2020
Description
A new approach to determine the number of factors in the approximate factor model

PhD Webinar: Diana Beltekian

Date
14 October 2020
Description
Inefficiencies in endogenous production networks

PhD Webinar: Priyanka Joshi

Date
07 October 2020
Description
Fear of exclusion: The dynamics of club formation

PhD Webinar: Pedro Marques-Correia Da Silva

Date
07 October 2020
Description
Specialists or all-rounders: How best to select university students?

PhD Webinar: Bjorn Brey

Date
30 September 2020
Description
The long-run gains from the early adoption of electricity

PhD Webinar: Maria Griffa-Diaz

Date
23 September 2020
Description
How do UK firms form inflation beliefs? Evidence from micro data

PhD Webinar: Athira Vinod

Date
23 September 2020
Description
Did the Right Education Act increase enrolment of poor children in India?

PhD Webinar: Benjamin Tatlow

Date
16 September 2020
Description
Exploring explosive financial bubble detection within high-frequency data

PhD Webinar: Patrick Maus

Date
16 September 2020
Description
Social reference points and effort provision

PhD Webinar: Yoocheol Noh

Date
09 September 2020
Description
Global bank branches, financial stability and macroprudential policy

PhD Webinar: Lara Suraci

Date
09 September 2020
Description
Delegation preferences: Computers vs humans

 

 

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