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Seminarios de investigación

Las reuniones científicas de la facultad buscan conocer el trabajo de otros colegas e intercambiar ideas con profesionales de otros centros.

The Faculty Seminar has the following objectives: allowing professors to understand in greater depth the research being performed by other professors and research assistants in the various departments of the School; the exchange of ideas with researchers from other universities and research centers, both from Spain and abroad.

Seminarios más recientes

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FALL SEMESTER

September


Thursday, 2nd 
Juan de Dios Tena Horrillo (University of Liverpool - Management School)
“Forced to play too many matches? A deep-learning assessment of crowded schedule”
Online

 

Thursday, 9th  
Ignacio Giménez-Nadal (Universidad de Zaragoza)
"Routine-Biased Technological Change, Effort at Work, and Workers’ Well-being”
Room M1

 

Thursday, 16th  
Kanchana Nadarajah (University of Sheffield)
“Estimation of Mis-Specified Fractionally Integrated Models & Forecasting Room”
Online

 

Thursday, 23rd  
Raquel Sebastián Lago (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
“Gender job polarisation”
Room M4

 

Thursday, 30th  
Anna Sanz-de-Galdeano (Universidad de Alicante and IZA)
“Returns to formal sector experience: is it about you or where you worked?”
Room M4

October


Thursday, 7th  
Xavier Ballart (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
“Analyzing public service performance in the health sector. Possible connections with business and private sector studies”
Room 08
 

Thursday, 14th 
No seminar


Thursday, 21st 
Michael Bauer (Hamburg University)
“An Alternative Explanation for the 'Fed Information Effect”
Room M4


Thursday, 28th 
Luca Arnaudo (LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome)
“Frontiers of Therapeutic Innovation and Market Regulation: The Case of CAR-Ts” and “Ancient numismatics as a source for new economic thinking: a look at Mark Anthony’s coinage”
Room M1
 

November


Thursday, 4th 
Marc Esteve (ESADE & University College London)
Assessing the Effects of User Accountability in Contracting Out
Online

 

Thursday, 11th 
Luiz Ricardo Kabbach de Castro (internal)
“Acquisitions under financing frictions: Evidence from credit supply shortfalls”
Room M1

 

Thursday, 18th 
David Echeverry (internal) & Sandra Polanía-Reyes (internal) 
“Nudging the Team: Experimental Evidence on How Peer Recognition Affects Cooperation”.
Room M1

 

Thursday, 25th 
Friedrich Heinemann (ZEW en Mannheim)
“Dispelling the Shadow of Fiscal Dominance? Fiscal and Monetary Announcement Effects for Euro Area Sovereign Spreads in the Corona Pandemic”
Room M1

SPRING SEMESTER

February


Thursday, 24th 
Shaul Shalvi (University of Amsterdam)
TBD
Room M7

March


Thursday, 3rd 
Tatyana Deryugina (University of Illinois)
TBD
Room M8


Thursday, 10th 
Pedro Gardete (NOVA Lisboa)
TBD
Room M1


Thursday, 17th 
Yan Bai (Universidade Católica Portuguesa)
TBD
Room M1


Thursday, 24th 
Till Talaulicar (Universität Erfurt)
TBD
Room TBD


Thursday, 31st 
Victor Montuenga (Universidad de Zaragoza)
TBD
Room M1

April


Thursday, 7th 
Mariano Mastrogiorgio (Instituto de Empresa)
TBD
Room M1


Thursday, 28th 

Carmela Piccolo (University of Naples Federico II)
TBD
Room M1
 

May


Thursday, 05th 
Michele Lenza (European Central Bank)
TBD
Room TBD


Thursday, 12th 
Giovanni Ricco (Warwick)
TBD
Room M1


Thursday, 19th 
Celia Moore (Imperial College Business School)
TBD
Room M1
 

Wednesday, 25th 
Guillem Ripoll (internal)
TBD
Room TBD

June


Thursday, 2nd 
Howard Kung (London Business School)
TBD
Room M4


Thursday, 9th 
Salvatore Nisticó (Sapienza University of Rome)
TBD
Room M1

FALL SEMESTER

September

Thursday, 17th

Raúl Bajo and Miguel Ángel Borrella (Internal)
“The Heterogeneous Tax Pass-through under Different Vertical Relationships.”
Aula M5


Thursday, 24th  
Javier Elizalde (Internal)
“Pricing the premium version of a streaming Service.”
Aula M5
 

October


Thursday, 8th
Guillem Ripoll (Internal)
“Does public service motivation foster justification of unethical behaviour? Evidence from survey research among citizens.”
Aula M5


Thursday, 29th
Jorge Alcalde (Universidad Publica de Navarra)
“The common structure of all strategy-proof rules”
Aula 07
 

November


Thursday, 5th
Mikel Casares (Universidad Publica de Navarra)
“COVID-19 Pandemic and Economic Scenarios for Ontario”
Aula 07


Thursday, 12th
Anastasia Terskaya (Internal)
“Gender Asymmetries in Peer Effects in the Workplace”
Aula M3


Thursday, 19th
Ignacio Campomanes (NCID)
“Inequality and Growth: How Social Mobility Reshapes The Main Theoretical Channels”
Aula M3


Thursday, 26th
Nuno José Lopes, Ignacio Rodriguez, and Cristina Etayo (Internals)
“Variety Seeking Under Dyadic Decision”
Aula M3
 

December


Thursday, 10th
Asier Aguilera (internal)
“Origins of Firm's Market Power in Input Markets and its Implications for Downstream Competition”
Aula M3
 

SPRING SEMESTER

January


Wednesday, 27th 
Rafael Serrano Quintero (Universidad de Alicante) (Job market seminar)
JMS “Structural Transformation in India: The Role of the Service Sector.”
Aula 7
 

February


Thursday, 4th 
Ekaterina Gavrilova (Bocconi University) (Job market seminar)
JMS “Corporate innovation linkages and firm boundaries”.
Aula 8
 

March


Thursday, 11th 
Evi Pappa (Universidad Carlos III)
“What are the likely macroeconomic effects of the EU Recovery plan?”
Online.
 

Thursday, 25th 
Tijan Bah (NCID)
“How has COVID-19 affected the intention to migrate via the backway to Europe and to a neighboring African country? Survey evidence and a salience experiment in The Gambia.”
Aula M5
 

April


Wednesday, 14th 
Antonios Stamatogiannakis (Instituto de Empresa)
“The Paradoxical Impact of Positive Mood on Goal Pursuit: How MOOD Positivity Impacts consumers’ Motivation for pursuing Maintenance versus Attainment Goals”
Aula M5


Thursday, 22th 
Raúl Pérez López (Universidad de Zaragoza)
“Online reselling experience: a conceptual model and research propositions.”
Aula M5


Thursday, 29th 
Sara Martínez de Morentin (UPNA)
“Profit Sharing,Interconnected Autonomous Teams, and Employee Productivity.”
Aula M5
 

May


Thursday, 06th 
Pedro Garcia (Internal)
"Determinants of annual revenue in the entertainment industry."
Aula M5


Thursday, 13th 
Gregori Galofre (UPNA)
“The Costs of Hyperinflation: Germany 1923.”
Aula M5


Thursday, 20th 
Mar Rubio Vargas (UPNA)
“The political economy of the financial rescue of the Spanish utilities: the nuclear moratorium of 1984.”
Aula M5


Thursday, 27th 
Javier Hualde (UPNA)
“Truncated sum-of-squares estimation of fractional time series models with generalized power law trend.”
Aula M5
 

June


Thursday, 3th 
Federico Accursi (Internal-PhD)
“Power reliability in rural Guatemala”
Aula M5


Thursday, 10th 
Andrea Celico (Internal-PhD)
“The cultural dependency of labor market reforms. A reevaluation.”
Aula M5

 

FALL SEMESTER

September


Thursday, 5th
Juan Mora-Sanguinetti (Banco de España)
The “complexity” of Spanish regulation: How can we measure it? What economic impact does it have?
Aula 14


Thursday, 12th  
Armenio Rego (Católica Porto Business School)
Gritty Leaders Promoting Employees’ Grit and their Thriving at Work: A Conditional Indirect Model.
Aula M5


Thursday, 19th  
Elena Diaz [internal]
The effects of oil price shocks and monetary policy shock on the euro area macroeconomy.
Seminario 19

Thursday, 26h  
John Wilson (University of St Andrews)
Taxation and Financial Intermediation.
Aula 14
 

October


Thursday, 03th
Daniel Navarro (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Bridging the Gap between the Lab and the Field: Dictator Games and Donations.
Seminario 19

Thursday, 10th
Jörg Franke (University of Bath)
Repeated Contests with Draws.
Aula M5

Thursday, 17th
Javier Cebollada (Universidad Publica de Navarra)
Exploring the Impact of Online Reviews on Product Sales: The Role of Review Visibility.
Aula M5


Thursday, 24th
Enrico Cantoni (University of Bologna)
Does Context Trump Individual Drivers of Voting Behavior? Evidence from U.S. Movers. 
Aula M5


Thursday, 31th
Jaime Millan (Navarra Center for International Development)
Forced internal displacement and the expansion of palm oil in Colombia. 
Aula M5
 

November


Thursday, 07th
Francesco Serti (IMT Lucca)
Learning trade opportunities through a production network.
Aula M5


Thursday, 14th
Iván Guitart (EM Lyon)
The impact of rational and emotional television ad content on online search and sales.
Aula M5


Thursday, 21th
Pablo Brañas Garza (Universidad Loyola, Cordoba.)
To pay or not to pay: Risk preferences in the field.
Aula M5


Thursday, 28th
Mario Alloza Frutos (Banco de España)
Dynamic Effects of Persistent Shock.
Aula M5
 

December


Monday, 9th
Nikolaus Floropoulos (University of Cyprus) (Job market seminar)
Institutional investors’ investment styles and analyst earnings forecasts
Aula M3


Wednesday, 18th
Itziar Lazkano (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
Which fossil fuel prices promote innovation in electricity generation? Evidence before and after the shale gas revolution.
Aula M5
 

SPRING SEMESTER

January


Thursday, 09th
Fang Li (IESE) (Job market seminar)
Shareholder Activism and Corporate Leasing
Aula 13

Thursday, 16th
Raul Bajo [internal]
The Effect of Blackouts on Households' Electrification Status: evidence from Kenya
Aula 13


Monday, 20th
Anastasia Terskaya (Universidad de Alicante) (Job market seminar)
Sibling Differences in Educational Polygenic Scores: How do Parents React?
Aula 5 FCOM


Wednesday, 22th
Stephanie Heger (The university of Sidney) (Job market seminar)
Altruism begets altruism: Nudging our way to a more virtuous society
Aula 3


Thursday, 23th
Filippo Massari (University of Venice, Italy) (Job market seminar)
The Wisdom of the Crowd in Dynamic Economies
Aula 13


Thursday, 30th
Marta Alonso [internal]
The value of political connections: evidence from china’s anti-corruption campaign.
Aula 13
 

February


Wednesday, 5th
David Echeverry (University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business) (Job market seminar)
Identification of Other-Regarding Preferences: Evidence from a Common Pool Resource game in the Field

Thursday, 6th
Matías Busch (Halle Institute for Economic Research) (Job market seminar)
Income inequality and capital reallocation in the presence of financial frictions
Aula 13


Thursday, 33th
Martin Harding (DIW Berlin) (Job market seminar)
Monetary Policy and Household Net Worth
Aula 13

March


Thursday, 12th
Peter Kawalek (Loughborough University)
The Digital: Eating the World?
Aula M6

FALL SEMESTER

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) 
Cap-and-trade and leakage risk


Thursday, 08th
Elena Reutskaja (IESE Business School)
Choice overload reduces neural signatures of choice set value in dorsal striatum and anterior circulate cortex


Thursday, 15th
Nicola Borri (LUISS Guido Carli)
The cross-section of cryptocurrency returns


Thursday, 22nd
Andrei Shleifer (Harvard University)
Instability from Beliefs.


Friday, 23rd   
Rafel Crespi (University of Balearic Islands)
Gender diversity in the boardroom: The contribution of women director.
 

December


Friday, 7th  
Francesca Carta (Bank of Italy)
The Effect of a Longer Working Horizon on Individual and Family Labour Supply.

Andrea Polo (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Hedger of Last Resort: Evidence from Brazilian FX Interventions, Local Credit, and Global Financial Cycles.

SPRING SEMESTER

January

Thursday, 17th  

Guillem Ripoll (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona)
In charge of safeguarding the public interest: the role of goal clarity in shaping public service motivation and the tolerance of unethical behaviors. – Job market seminar.


Thursday, 24th  
Paolo Roberti (University of Bergamo)
Who is in for a party (and for what)? Party ideology, policies and politicians. – Job market seminar.


Thursday, 31st  
Robert Sudgen (University of East Anglia)
The community of advantage: a behavioural economist's defence of the market.
 

February


Thursday, 7th 
Wojciech Przychodzen (Deusto)
Corporate sustainability and CEO-employee pay gap – buster or booster? – Job market seminar.


Monday, 18th 
Kleio Akrivou (Henley Business School)
The Moral Psychology of Practical Wisdom for Business and Management. – Job market seminar.


Thursday, 21st 
Jiyuan Dai (IESE)
Towards Boards of Supervisors? Fit and Proper Assessments by the European Central Bank. – Job market seminar.


Thursday, 28th 
Andres Gago (CEMFI)
Confrontation Costs in Negotiations. – Job market seminar.
 

March


Thursday, 14th 
Erich Gundlach (University of Hamburg)
A hump-shaped growth-income path as a general pattern of long-run development.


Thursday, 21st 
Andrea Saenz de Viteri [internal]
Constitutional Power Concentration and Corruption: Evidence from Latin America and the Caribbean.


Thursday, 28th 
Luca Paolo Merlino (University of Antwerp)
Debunking rumors in networks
 

April


Thursday, 4th 
Nizar Allouch (University of Kent)
Default and coordination in financial networks.


Thursday, 11th 
José Azar (IESE)
Oligopoly, Macroeconomic Performance, and Competition Policy.
 

May


Thursday, 2nd   
Sébastien Fosse (Universidad Internacional de la Rioja)
Protecting Socioemotional Wealth in the Face of Adversity


Monday, 6th   
Santiago Mejia (Fordham)
The Embedded Self: Character as Malleable.


Thursday, 16th    
Robert Kollmann (ECARES)
Stationary Bubbles in Non-Linear Business Cycle Models.


Thursday, 23rd    
Marcel Meyer [internal]
Speak up! How practical wisdom in leaders enables more responsible and sustainable organizations.


Thursday, 30th    
Giuseppe Bruno (University of Naples Federico II)
The impact of deregulation policies in essential public services: evidence from the case of Pamplona in the field of retail pharmaceutical sector.
 

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MEF Seminars

'Advances in Macroeconomics & Finance'. The speakers were Geert Bekaert (Columbia Business School), Vincenzo Quadrini (USC Marshall School of Business) and Gabriel Pérez Quirós (Banco de España). May 2016.

'Current Issues in Energy Economics'. The speakers were Christiane Baumeister (University of Notre Dame), Martin Bodenstein (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System) and Peter Hartley (Rice University). May 2017. 

'Current Issues in Behavioral Economics: from Theory to Applications'. The speakers were Daniel Read (Warwick Business School), Dennie van Dolcer (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Ivo Vlaev (Warwick Business School) and Jeroen Nieboer (Financial Conduct Authority). May 2019

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Andrés Mesa Toro

Andrés Mesa Toro

Campus Universitario

31009 Pamplona, España

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