Current seminars

Notes:

  • the seminar series of the School is organized by the Banking and Finance for Society (BFS) and Industry for Society (I4S) research groups

  • all the seminars take place on Thursdays at 12:10, unless otherwise indicated below

September

Thursday, 20th

Rangan Gupta (University of Pretoria)

Socio-political instability and growth dynamics

Thursday, 27th  

Karol M. Klimczak [internal]

Using linguistic tone to signal management expectations in letters to shareholders

October

Thursday, 04th

Chloé Le Coq (Stockholm School of Economics)

How do social entrepreneurs respond to reward? A field experiment on motivation

Thursday, 11th

Kenza Benhima (Université de Lausanne)

Money and capital in a persistent liquidity trap

Thursday, 18th

Nuno José Lopes [internal]

Doing worse but feeling better: Consequences of collective choice

Thursday, 25th

Ignacio Rodríguez Carreño [internal]

Johansen’s cointegration test empowerment via wavelets 

November

Tuesday, 06th

Mar Reguant (Northwestern University) 

Thursday, 08th

Elena Reutskaja (IESE Business School)

Thursday, 15th

Nicola Borri (LUISS Guido Carli)

Thursday, 22nd

Andrei Shleifer (Harvard University)

Friday, 23rd   

Rafel Crespi (University of Balearic Islands)

December

Friday, 7th  

Francesca Carta (Bank fo Italy)

Andrea Polo (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

Notes:

  • the seminar series of the School is organized by the Banking and Finance for Society (BFS) and Industry for Society (I4S) research groups

  • all the seminars take place on Thursdays at 12:10, unless otherwise indicated below

January

Thursday, 31st  

Robert Sudgen (University of East Anglia)

February

 

March

Thursday, 14th 

Erich Gundlach (University of Hamburg)

Thursday, 28th 

Luca Paolo Merlino (University of Antwerp)

April

Thursday, 4th 

Nizar Allouch (University of Kent)

May

Thursday, 2nd   

John O.S. Wilson (University of St. Andrews)

Thursday, 16th    

Robert Kollmann (ECARES)

Thursday, 30th    

Giuseppe Bruno (University of Naples Federico II)