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  1. Macroeconomics Research Seminar with Professor Seppo Honkapohja, Aalto University

    Macroeconomics Research Seminar with Professor Seppo Honkapohja, Aalto University

    On robustness of average inflation targeting

    Abstract: This paper considers average inflation targeting (AIT) policy in a New Keynesian model with adaptive learning agents. Our analysis raises concerns...

  2. Department of Finance Seminar with Professor Douglas Cumming, Florida Atlantic University

    Department of Finance Seminar with Professor Douglas Cumming, Florida Atlantic University

    Stock market manipulation and corporate venture capital investments

    This research seminar will welcome Professor Douglas Cumming, DeSantis Distinguished Professor of Finance at the College of Business at Florida Atlantic...

  3. Department of Finance Seminar with Jose Juan Sanchez Bejar, University of Granada.

    Department of Finance Seminar with Jose Juan Sanchez Bejar, University of Granada.

    Mobility restrictions and payment choices: The case of the COVID-19 pandemic

    This research seminar will welcome José Juan Sanchez Béjar, from the University of Granada. The title of the seminar is 'Mobility restrictions and...

  4. Brown Bag Seminar with Dr Philippe LeMay-Boucher, Heriot-Watt University

    Brown Bag Seminar with Dr Philippe LeMay-Boucher, Heriot-Watt University

    Formal Finance for the Poor: Contrasting Evidence from Two Saving Devices

    Abstract: We conduct a field experiment in Benin to assess the impacts of access to two formal saving devices on saving behavior, income, investments and a host...

  5. Brown Bag Seminar with Benjamin Sachs-Cobbe, School of Philosophy

    Brown Bag Seminar with Benjamin Sachs-Cobbe, School of Philosophy

    What are Old Age Pensions for?

    Every developed country runs an old-age pension (OAP), though there's considerable variation in their design. In his research, Benjamin Sachs-Cobbe,...

  6. Applied Microeconomics Seminar with Professor Mohamed Saleh, LSE

    Applied Microeconomics Seminar with Professor Mohamed Saleh, LSE

    The Power of Connections: Colonialism, Nationalism, and Corporate Performance in Egypt, 1890--1950

    Mohamed is an Associate Professor at the London School of Economics, a Professor (on leave) at Toulouse School of Economics, and a Research Affiliate at CEPR....

  7. 2nd Symposium on the future for arts, education and enterprise in Scottish rural communities

    2nd Symposium on the future for arts, education and enterprise in Scottish rural communities

    Knowledge and Practice thematic research group event

    This symposium is the second a series of three conversations around the future for arts, education and enterprise in rural Scotland. The organisers are...

  8. Applied Microeconomics Seminar with Dr Elisa Macchi, Brown University

    Applied Microeconomics Seminar with Dr Elisa Macchi, Brown University

    Work Over Just Cash: Informal Redistribution Among Employers and Workers in Kampala, Uganda

    Abstract: This paper examines informal redistribution in the form of work in small and medium enterprises in Kampala, Uganda and its drivers. Using a field...

  9. Department of Economics Seminar with Professor Gyöngyi Lórřnth, University of Vienna

    Department of Economics Seminar with Professor Gyöngyi Lórřnth, University of Vienna

    Financing and Resolving Banking Groups

    Professor Lórřnth's research interests focus on financial intermediation, corporate finance and corporate governance. Her research has been published in...

  10. Department of Finance Seminar with Professor Douglas Cumming, Florida Atlantic University

    Department of Finance Seminar with Professor Douglas Cumming, Florida Atlantic University

    Stock Market Manipulation and Corporate Venture Capital Investments

    Abstract: The paper investigates the relationship between corporate venture capital (CVC) and stock market manipulation for NASDAQ and NYSE-listed companies....