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Autumn 2013

Seminar Programme, Autumn 2013



12-Sep Yu Aoki University of Aberdeen Donating time to charity: not working for nothing. Social externality                  
17-Sep    Tino Berger         University of Cologne Global macroeconomic uncertainty
19-Sep John Gathergood Nottingham University  House Prices, wealth effects and labour supply
24-Sep Johan Hombert HEC Paris Can unemployment insurance spur entrepreneurial activity? Evidence From France
25-Sep Danny Blanchflower  Stirling University / Dartmouth College Does High Home-Ownership Impair the Labor Market?
01-Oct Herman Vollebergh University of Tilburg  Reducing rents from energy technology adoption programs by exploiting observable information
08-Oct  Philipp Kircher University of Edinburgh  The U-shapes of occupational mobility
15-Oct  Alessia Paccagnini University of Milan - Bicocca The VARMA Representation of a DSGE Model: A Sign-Restriction Application
29-Oct  Frank Jotzo Australian National University  Does carbon pricing have a future?
05-Nov  Luigi Pascali University of Warwick The Wind of Change: Maritime Technology, Trad and Economic Development
12-Nov  Paul Gregg University of Bath Moving toward measuring intergenerational mobility in lifetime incomes
19-Nov  Ulrich Wagner University of Carlos III, Madrid  The impact of carbon trading on industry: evidence from German manufacturing firms
26-Nov  Vania Sena University of Essex R and D spillovers, educational attainment and productivity. Some evidence for British SMEs
03-Dec  Sascha Becker University of Warwick Fertility and the Labor Market

Andrew Clark and Conchita D'Ambrosio

Paris School of Economics

University of Luxembourg

Adaptation to Poverty in Long-Run Panel Data

17-Dec Maria Vrachioli University of Macedonia Cross-section difference in farm-level productivity

 Workshop Programme, Autumn 2013

10 Oct Mohammad Rahman
17 Oct Stephan Heblich
31 Oct David Comerford
07 Nov Nick Hanley
14 Nov Nurcan Kilinc Ata
21 Nov Katherine Simpson
28 Nov Dominique Thronicker
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