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Internal Seminar Series: Xueqi Dong

Internal Seminar Series: Xueqi Dong
Date
18/11/2015
Location:
Horton Building H321
Description
Portfolio Choice Under Ambiguity

External Seminar Series: Arthi Vellore, Merton College University of Oxford

External Seminar Series: Arthi Vellore, Merton College University of Oxford
Date
16/11/2015
Location:
H321
Description
The Dust Was Long In Settling: Human Capital and the Lasting Impact of the American Dust Bowl

Internal Seminar Series: Andy Seltzer

Date
11/11/2015
Location:
Horton Building H321
Description
Professor Andy Seltzer will be presenting his paper: The Impact of the 1896 Factory and Shops Act on Victorian Labour Markets

Economics @Work: Oz Ozturk

Economics @Work: Oz Ozturk
Date
10/11/2015
Description
Partner at PwC

Feeling Smart: Eyal Winter

Feeling Smart: Eyal Winter
Date
28/10/2015
Description
Feeling Smart: Why Our Emotions Are More Rational Than We Think

External Seminar: Eyal Winter, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

External Seminar: Eyal Winter, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Date
28/10/2015
Location:
H321
Description
Rule Rationality

Economics @Work: Andrew Grill

Economics @Work: Andrew Grill
Date
27/10/2015
Description
Economics @Work continues on the 27th October with a 2nd talk organised in conjunction with the RHUL Econ Society

Applied/Theory Seminar Series: Esteban Aucejo, LSE

Applied/Theory Seminar Series: Esteban Aucejo, LSE
Date
26/10/2015
Location:
H321
Description
The Path to College: Are Verbal Skills More Important than Math Skills?

Internal Seminar Series: Michael Naef

Internal Seminar Series: Michael Naef
Date
21/10/2015
Location:
Horton Building H321
Description
Conformist Preferences in Mixed-Motive Games

Applied/Theory Seminar Series: Swati Dhingra, LSE

Applied/Theory Seminar Series: Swati Dhingra, LSE
Date
19/10/2015
Location:
H321
Description
Input-Output Linkages and Product Adoption (with Johannes Boehm and John Morrow).
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