Schedule Fall 2021
Unless noted in bold below, all seminars take place at 3 pm UK time on Thursdays. All seminars will take place on Zoom, links will be shared one week prior via email. Please note that titles are subject to change.
If you would like to be on our seminar E-mail list, please contact David Jaeger.
|16.9||No seminar: Yom Kippur|
|30.9||Nishith Prakash||University of Connecticut||“Wheels of Change: Transforming Girl’s Lives with Bicycles“|
|07.10||Raquel Fernandez||New York University and NBER||“Coming Out in America: Thirty Years of Cultural Change“|
|Orazio Attanasaio||Yale University and NBER||“Pre-school Quality and Child Development”|
|21.10||No seminar: Independent Learning Week|
|28.10||Eric Chyn||Dartmouth College and NBER|
|04.11||Molly Schnell||Northwestern University and NBER|
|11.11||Wojciech Kopczuk||Columbia University and NBER|
|18.11||David McKenzie||World Bank|
|25.11||No seminar: U.S. Thanksgiving|
|02.12||Simon Jäger||MIT and NBER|
Also of Interest
The School of Economics and Finance Seminar will host several speakers of interest to applied microeconomists this semester. The seminar meets from 11:15 to 12:30 UK time on Tuesdays, currently all online using Zoom. For more information about attending these seminars, please contact Irina Merkurieva.
|21.09||Jo Blanden||University of Surrey||“COVID-19 and School Availability: Impact on Parental Labour Supply and Well-being“|
|05.10||Ludovica Gazze||University of Warwick||“The Long-Run Spillover Effects of Pollution: How Exposure to Lead Affects Everyone in the Classroom”|
|02.11||Albrecht Glitz||University of Pompeu Fabra|
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