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: Shon Ferguson.

Link to Google calendar.

Upcoming seminars:

4
Sept

Endogenous Social Contracts

Jerg Gutmann University of Hamburg

11
Sept

TBA

Andreas Carvajal UC Davis

18
Sept

TBA

Gunes Gokmen Lunds universitet

25
Sept

TBA

Marco Pagano University of Naples Federico II

2
Oct

TBA

Johan Hombert HEC Paris

9
Oct

TBA

Marek Pycia University of Zurich

6
Nov

TBA

Ekaterina Zhuravskaya Paris School of Economics

13
Nov

TBA

Roland Strausz Humboldt University of Berlin

20
Nov

TBA

Frank Verboven KU Leuven

4
Dec

TBA

Björn Eriksson Lunds universitet

18
Dec

TBA

Nicolas Astier Stanford University

Past seminars:

12
June

Econometrics for games of incomplete information

Andreea Enache Stockholm School of Economics

29
May

Common Ownership in America 1980–2017

Matthew Backus Columbia Business School

22
May

Prostitution and Violence - Empirical Evidence from Sweden

Maria Perrotta Berlin Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE)

15
May

Product Recalls and Firm Reputation

Boyan Jovanovic New York University

24
Apr

Tax neutrality, entry and discoveries: Evidence from oil drilling in the North Sea

Torfinn Harding Norwegian School of Economics, Bergen

10
Apr

Time Discounting, Savings Behavior and Wealth Inequality

Klaus Thurstrup Kreiner Copenhagen University

3
Apr

Are Trade Agreements Good for You?

Ralph Ossa University of Zurich

27
Mar

Real-Estate Agent Commission Structure and Market Efficiency

Aico Van Vuuren Gothenburg University

20
Mar

Employment growth following takeovers

Johannes Van Biesebroeck KU Leuven

13
Mar

Endogenous Production Networks and Gains from Trade

Yimei Zou Institute for International Economic Studies (IIES)

6
Mar

Organizing Competition for the Market

Elisabetta Iossa University of Rome Tor Vergata

30
Jan

Revealed Preferences over Risk and Uncertainty

Matthew Polisson University of St. Andrews

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