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Spring 2014

Seminar Programme, Spring 2014

18-Feb Simone Cerroni University of Aberdeen Subjective probabilities, scientific information and food choices: A test of scenario adjustment in choice experiments               
25- Feb    Joachim Winter      University of Munich Us and Them: Distributional preferences in small and large groups
04-Mar Cees Withagen VU University, Amsterdam  The Green Paradox in General Equilibrium
11-Mar Stephane Hess University of Leeds TBC
18-Mar Serafeim Tsoukas University of Glasgow TBC
01-Apr Keith A Bender University of Aberdeen TBC
08-Apr Olmo Silva London School of Economics TBC
15-Apr Sasha -- Oleksandr Talavera University of Sheffield Basic facts, international comparisons, and cross-border integration
22-Apr David Marques-Ibanez European Central Bank TBC
29-Apr Nikos Georgantzis University of Reading Institutional, Idiosyncratic and Physiological aspects of Corruption: Three Experimental studies
06-May Thijs Dekker Delft University of Technology Welfare analysis based on the random regret minimization model

Workshop Programme, Spring 2014

 Thursday 13 February Danny Campbell
 Thursday 20 February

Obbey Elamin

Thursday 27 February Seda Erdem
Thursday 6 March Mark Egan
Thursday 13 March Thomas de Haan
Thursday 3 April Jovan Vojnovic
Thursday 10 April     Antonios Katris
Thursday 17 April  Brian Loasby
Thursday 24 April Bernardo Nunes
Thursday 1 May Liam Delaney
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