Research seminars

Academically oriented IFN seminars are usually held on Wednesdays at 10–11.15 a.m. At these events researchers from IFN and other institutions and universities present their recent research. Visitors are welcome!

Responsible for the seminar series: Niclas Berggren.

Link to Google calendar.

Upcoming seminars:

25
Jan

Patents as Substitutes for Relationships

Farzad Saidi Stockholm School of Economics

1
Feb

Voting Rights for Foreigners and Integration

Alois Stutzer University of Basel

8
Feb

TBA

Rui Silva London Business School

15
Feb

Beyond Truth Telling: Preference Estimation with Centralized School Choice

Gabrielle Fack Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne and Paris School of Economics

8
Mar

TBA

Sonja Opper Lund University

Past seminars:

18
Jan

The Cultural Roots of Human Capital Accumulation

André van Hoorn Radboud University Nijmegen

14
Dec

Firm Strategies and Rapid Firm Growth

Werner Hölzl WIFO

30
Nov

Is the Saving Decision Determined by Culture or institutions?

Eelke de Jong Radboud University Nijmegen

26
Oct

New Media, Competition, and Economic Change: Europe After Gutenberg

Jeremiah Dittmar London School of Economics

19
Oct

Merger Control on Two-Sided Markets: Is There Need for an Efficiency Defense?

Andreea Cosnita-Langlais Université Paris Ouest

12
Oct

Careers in Finance

Marco Pagano University of Naples Federico II

5
Oct

Systemic Risk in the Swedish Banking Sector

Marianna Blix Grimaldi Swedish National Debt Office

28
Sept

Taxation on Hearths in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe

Peter Spufford Queens College and University of Cambridge

21
Sept

Demographics and Entrepreneurship

Edward Lazear Stanford University

14
Sept

Black and White: Access to Capital among Minority-Owned Startups

Robert Fairlie University of California, Santa Cruz

7
Sept

Rich Pickings? Risk, Return, and Skill in the Portfolios of the Wealthy

Laurent Bach Stockholm School of Economics

1
June

Econographics and Political Attitudes: Evidence from Nationwide Incentivized Survey(s)

Erik Snowberg Caltech (California Institute of Technology)

25
May

The Causal Effect of Military Conscription on Crime and the Labor Market

Randi Hjalmarsson University of Gothenburg

18
May

Identity-Driven Cooperation versus Competition

Dennis Snower Kiel Institute

11
May

Innovation and Top Income Inequality

Philippe Aghion Collège de France

27
Apr

Brothers in Arms: Spillovers from a Draft Lottery

Petter Lundborg Lund University

20
Apr

No Pain, No Gain: The Effects of Exports on Job Injury and Sickness

Jakob Roland Munch University of Copenhagen

13
Apr

Worker-plant Matching and Ownership Change

Ragnhild Balsvik Norwegian School of Economics

23
Mar

Nobel Beauty

Jan Fidrmuc Brunel University

16
Mar

ADHD, Impulsivity and Entrepreneurship

Johan Wiklund Syracuse University, New York

17
Feb

Housing, Mortgages, and Self Control

Kathrin Schlafmann IIES, Stockholm University

10
Feb

What Drives Home Market Advantage?

Kerem Cosar Stockholm School of Economics

3
Feb

Understanding the 30-year Decline in the Startup Rate

Benjamin Pugsley Federal Reserve Bank of New York

27
Jan

Earnings Growth and Flynn Effect(s)

Marko Terviö Aalto University School of Business

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