NIESR Seminars

Date: 
Tuesday, 12 September, 2017 - 12:00 to Wednesday, 6 November, 2019 - 17:30
Location: 
NIESR
2 Dean Trench Street Smith Square
SW1P 3HE London
United Kingdom

22/09/2017

 

Anthony Garratt (Warwick Business School)

Density Forecasting in Practice: UK output growth and inflation, the WBS Forecasting System

27/09/2017

Paul Fisher (University of Cambridge)

The Risks to the Financial Sector from Climate Change

04/10/2017

Jenifer Ruiz-Valenzuela (LSE)

Entry Through the Narrow Door: The Costs of Just Failing High Stakes Exams

11/10/2017

Sean Holly (University of Cambridge) Aggregate and Firm level volatility: the role of acquisitions and disposals (presentation)

19/10/2017

Richard Tol (University of Sussex)

Brexit and UK climate and energy policy (presentation)
02/11/2017 George Mackerron (University of Sussex)

Fever pitch: football matches, expectations and happiness

08/11/2017

Philip Turner (University of Basel)

Leaning against the wind: the last financial crisis and the next (slides here)

15/11/2017

Andres Lajer Baron (University of Warwick)

To Levy Milk and Honey: the Need for Land Value Taxation

22/11/2017

Mrs Richhild Moessner (BIS)

Exchange rate pass-through: What has changed since the crisis? (presentation)

27/11/2017

Mira Fischer (University of Cologne) Effects of Timing and Reference Frame of Feedback: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Secondary Schools (presentation)
29/11/2017

Raffaella Giacomini (UCL)

Incentive driven inattention (presentation)

07/12/2017

Rocco d’Este (University of Sussex)

Breaking the Crystal Methamphetamine Economy: Illegal Drugs, Supply-Side Interventions, and Crime Responses

14/12/2017

Francis Kiraly (University of Newcastle) Marriage premium and class

10/01/2018

Barbara Petrongolo (Queen Mary)

Economic incentives, home production and gender norms (presentation)

17/01/2018 Holger Breinlich (University of Nottingham) The impact of trade agreements on consumer welfare - evidence from the EU's common external trade policy
25/01/2018 Ingo Borchert (Sussex University) Globalisation, the distance puzzle and trade costs, with a particular view to trade costs in services
08/02/2018 Melanie Luhrmann (Royal Holloway, University of London) Long-run Health and Mortality Effects of Exposure to Universal Health Care at Birth

14/02/2018

Melissa Kidd (Redburn) The effects of mismeasured IT on measurement of productivity 

21/02/2018

Nuno Palma (University of Manchester)   Danger to the Old Lady of Threadneedle Street? The Bank Restriction Act and the regime shift to paper money, 1797-1821

15/03/2018

Hamish Low (University of Cambridge) Leverage, re-leveraging and household spending (slides here)

22/03/2018

Matt Dickson (Bath University) The Causal Effects of Education on Adult Health, Mortality and Income: Evidence from Mendelian Randomisation and the Raising of the School Leaving Age (slides here)

28/03/2018

David Cobham (Heriot-Watt University) A comprehensive classification of monetary policy frameworks for advanced and emerging economies
04/04/2018 Robert Zymek (University of Edinburgh) Bilateral Trade Imbalances

11/04/2018

Huw Dixon (University of Cardiff) Bailouts, QE and Bagehot in the era of financial repression

19/04/2018

Philippe Bracke (Bank of England) Housing affordability and shared equity mortgages

26/04/2018

Maria Sánchez-Vidal (CEP, LSE) Retail shocks and city structure

10/05/2018

Anna Vignoles (University of Cambridge) Understanding variation in graduate earnings using tax data (slides here)

15/05/2018

Simon van Norden (HEC Montreal) Modeling Systemic House Price Risk

31/05/2018

Yanos Zylberberg (University of Bristol) East Side Story: Historical Pollution and Persistent Neighborhood Sorting (slides here)

07/06/2018

Jo Blanden (University of Surrey) The impact of foreign-trained doctors on deaths in the NHS

14/06/2018

Georgios Chrysanthou (University of Portsmouth) The Dynamics and Determinants of Adolescent Bullying Victimisation

20/062018

Franck Portier (UCL) Putting the Cycle Back into Business Cycle Analysis

21/062018

John Lewis (Bank of England) The macroeconomic determinants of migration

27/06/2018

Rachel Slaymaker (Economic and Social Research Institute) Refugees, migrants and the right-wing vote share: evidence from Sweden

05/07/2018

Annemie Maertens (Sussex University) How do farmers learn about extension agents: Evidence from Malawi

12/07/2018

Ruth Lupton (University of Manchester) City Region Devolution in England: Implications for Social Policy and Distributional Outcomes

17/07/2018

Ellen Greaves (University of Bristol)  The causal impact of school breakfast clubs on academic attainment
27/09/2018 Kim Ly (Swansea University)  
18/10/2018 Rui Costa (LSE) Trade and deskilling
01/11/2018 Juan Fernandez de Guevara (IVIE y Universidad de Valencia) Determinants of net interest margin: the effect of capital and deposit requirements
21/11/2018 Pamela Campa (Stockholm University) Can Gender Quotas in Candidate Lists Empower Women? Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design 
22/11/2018 Attila Lindner (UCL)    with Christian Dustmann, Uta Schoenberg, Matthias Umkehrer, Philipp vom Berge Reallocation and the Minimum Wage – Evidence from Germany
13/12/2018 Olena Ivus (Queen’s University, Canada) Patent reforms and exporter behaviour: Firm-level evidence from developing countries
30/01/2019 Richhild Moessner (BIS) Domestic and global output gaps as inflation drivers: what does the Phillips curve tell?
13/02/2019 Melvyn Weeks (Cambridge) Coordination, Governance and Distributed Ledger Technology
13/03/2019 Pedro Gomes (Birkbeck) Labour market flows: Accounting for the public sector
 
04/04/2019 Matteo Sandi (CEP, LSE) with Tony Beatton (ISSR, University of Queensland) and Michael P. Kidd (RMIT)  Compulsory Attendance and Crime on the School Premises
12/04/2019 Gautham Udupa (CARFAL, Reserve Bank of India)  Multinational firms, trade, and the trade-comovement puzzle
26/04/2019 Roberto De Santis (ECB) ECB Corporate QE and the Loan Supply to Bank-Dependent Firms
15/05/2019 Niall McInerney (Central Bank of Ireland) A Structural Model of Macroprudential Policy, Banking, and the Irish Economy​
20/06/2019 Melanie Jones (Cardiff)

The Dynamics of Disability, Work and Subjective Well-being in Australia
(with Kostas Mavromaras, Peter Sloane and Zhang Wei) 

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05/09/2019 Meredith Crowley (University of Cambridge) Invoicing and Pricing-to-Market - A Study of Price and Markup Elasticities of UK Exporters
13/09/2019 Héctor Calvo Pardo (University of Southampton) Subjective Return Expectations, Inattention and Stock Market Participation
26/09/2019 Michele Baddeley (UNISA) Behavioural Macroeconomic Policy: New perspectives on time inconsistency
09/10/2019 Miguel Leon Ledesma (University of Kent) The missing link: monetary policy and the labor share
31/10/2019 Peter Doyle The Price of a Slave: The implications of slavery for economics, and of economics for reparations
04/11/2019 Bart Van Ark Inaugural Prais Lecture  on Productivity:  How not to miss the productivity revival once again- Part of NIESR's Festival of Social Science - See here for details
06/11/2019 Martin Weale Inaugural Dow Lecture: Do economists expect too much from expectations? - Part of NIESR's Festival of Social Science - See here for details

 

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