NIESR Staff Seminars

Date: 
Wednesday, 18 May, 2016 - 13:00 to Friday, 28 July, 2017 - 14:00
Location: 
NIESR
2 Dean Trench Street Smith Square
SW1P 3HE London
United Kingdom

 

A series of lunchtime seminars by NIESR staff and visiting academics on a wide ranging number of topics covering current research and future areas of study.  Seminars take place over lunchtime from 1-2pm. Details of forthcoming seminars can be found below.

If you would like to attend one of the below seminar or receive further information, please notify Luca Pieri by email: l.pieri [at] niesr.ac.uk (subject: Event)  or phone: 020 7654 1931. When you arrive, please introduce yourself at our reception desk. 

18/05/2016

  Katerina Lisenkova (NIESR) The macroeconomic effects of lower migration in case of Brexit

25/05/2016

  Simon Lloyd (University of Cambridge) Understanding Unconventional Monetary Policy

26/05/2016

  Pietro Cova (Banca dD'Italia) Introducing the Italian Banking sector in NiGEM

01/06/16

  Lasse Simonsen (joint work with Stephen Wright) (Birkbeck) Land Supply in 27 EU Countries: Pigovian Controls or Nimbyism?

08/06/2016

  Anthony Savagar (University of Kent) Firm exit, resource reallocation, variable mark-ups, and productivity behaviour

15/06/2016

  Ron Smith (Birkbeck) The Market for global macro-modelling   (internal event only) 

22/06/2016

  Monique Ebell (NIESR) On the importance of the single market

29/06/2016

  Andrew Harvey (University of Cambridge) Time Series Models

13/07/2016

  Rebecca Riley (NIESR) Minimum Wages and Productivity

27/07/2016

  Justin van de Ven (NIESR Fellow; The University of Melbourne) Modelling the dynamic effects of transfer policy during the life-course: the LINDA policy analysis tool
Summer break 

14/09/16

 

The Right Honourable Frank Field DL MP

The Government's Life Chances Strategy

28/09/16

  Kamiar Mohaddes (University of Cambridge) Oil Prices and the Global Economy: Is It Different This Time Around?

05/10/16

  Swati Dhingra (London School of Economics) Importing, Exporting and the Division of the Gains from Trade

19/10/16

  Iftikhar Hussain (University of Sussex) Do Consumers Respond to Short-Term Innovations in School Productivity?

31/10/16

  Catia Nicodemo (Oxford University) Immigration and the Reallocation of Work Health Risks

04/11/16

  Christopher J. Neely (St. Louis Fed)

A Survey of the Empirical Literature on U.S. Unconventional Monetary Policy

10/11/16

  Philip Davis, NIESR and Brunel University Macroprudential tools, transmission and modelling

23/11/16

 

Cath Sleeman, NESTA

Data visualization in practice

30/11/16

  Richard Harrison (Bank of England) Optimal quantitative easing

07/12/16

  Hector Calvo-Pardo, University of Southampton Informative social interactions

14/12/16

  Paolo Surico, London Business School Monetary policy when households have debt
Christmas break      

18/01/2017

  Peter Hahn, London Institute of Banking and Finance Unintended consequences of UK ring-fencing of retail banks

25/01/2017

  Donald Robertson, University of Cambridge - (Joint with Demosthenes Tambakis) Long Run Debt Ratios with Fiscal Fatigue 

01/02/2017

  Francesco Venturini, University of Perugia A Schumpeterian Perspective on Piketty’s Laws of Capitalism

15/02/2017

  Martin Ellison, Oxford University Managing the UK National Debt - 1887-2016

22/02/2017

  Francis Breedon, Queen Mary University On the Transactions costs of UK Quantitative easing

08/03/2017

  Richhild Moessner, Bank for International Settlements (BIS) TBA

22/03/2017

  John Muellbauer, Oxford University What's wrong with macro: Why central bank models failed and how to repair them

23/03/2017

  Silvia Lui, Groningen University TBA

29/03/2017

  Facundo Albornoz, University of Nottingham Antisocial Brexit

19/04/2017

  William Allen, Specialist adviser to the House of Commons Treasury Committee, NIESR visitor Market microstructure and monetary policy: the Bank of England in the gilt-edged market 1928 - 1972

26/04/2017

  Edmund Cannon, University of Bristol Adverse selection in the UK annuity market and the 1956 Finance Act

10/05/2017

  Cheti Nicoletti, University of York The response of parental time investments to the child's skills and health

24/05/2017

  Giuseppe Migali, Lancaster University Management School and Magna Graecia University The Effect of the 2006 Tuition Fee Reform and the Great recession on the Risk of
Drop Out from University in the UK

01/06/2017

  Davide Castellani University of Reading

08/06/2017

  Nicola Borri​, LUISS Guido Carli University The housing cost disease

29/06/2017

  George Efthyvoulou, University of Sheffield Bank value and geographic diversification: regional vs global