Faculty & Research

Economics Seminars

by Nova SBE.

The Economics seminars are held on Fridays at 14:30-15:50.

Location: Room 306, Nova School of Business and Economics, Campus de Campolide.

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  • Date
    Speaker
    Title
    Mar/04
    Ethan Ilzetzki (LSE)
    TBA
    Mar/11
    Luigi Paciello (EIEF)
    TBA
    Mar/18
    No Seminar
    (Exam Period)
    Mar/25
    Passion
    (no seminar)
    Apr/01
    Phoebe Koundouri (Athens University of Economics and Busines)
    TBA
    Apr/8
    Klaus Adam (University of Mannheim)
    TBA
    Apr/15
    Armin Schmutzler (University of Zurich)
    TBA
    Apr/22
    Francisco Veiga (Universidade do Minho)
    TBA
    Apr/29
    Antonio Rua (Banco de Portugal)
    TBA
    May/6
    Patrick Rey (Toulouse School of Economics)
    TBA
  • Date
    Speaker
    Title
    Sep/18
    Andrea Ferrero (Oxford)
    Demographics and Real Interest Rates: Inspecting the Mechanism
    Sep/25
    Tiago Cavalcanti (Cambridge)
    Canceled
    Oct/2
    Luís Aguiar-Conraria (Minho)
    Experimental Evidence that Quorum Rules Discourage Turnout and Promote Election Boycotts
    Oct/9
    Vasco Carvalho (Cambridge)
    Canceled
    Oct/16
    Alberto Martin (CREI)
    Bubbles, Money and Liquidity Traps: an Analytical Perspective
    Oct/23
    No Seminar
    -
    Oct/30
    Pushan Dutt (INSEAD)
    The Gravity of Experience
    Nov/06
    Renato Rosa (Nova-FCT)
    Bridging the gap between ecology and economics in applied research. The cases of fisheries and forestry.
    Nov/13
    Josep Pijoan-Mas (CEMFI)
    Investment Demand and Structural Change
    Nov/20
    Paola Profeta (Bocconi)
    The Challenging Effects of Board Gender Quotas: Corporate Governance and Performance
    Nov/27
    Francisco Lima (Instituto Superior Técnico)
    Technology and Jobs
    Dec/04
    Helder Vasconcelos (Anacom and U Porto)
    Is Exclusionary Pricing Anticompetitive in Two-Sided Markets?
  • Date
    Speaker
    Title
    Jan/30
    Pedro Brinca | European University Institute
    Fiscal Multipliers in the 21st Century
    Feb/06
    Marcelo Pedroni
    Optimal Dynamic Fiscal Policy in a Model with Uninsurable Idiosyncratic Shocks
    Feb/13
    Luís Catão (IMF)
    Default Premium
    Feb/20
    Fernando Ferreira (Wharton)
    A New Look at the U.S. Foreclosure Crisis: Panel Data Evidence of Prime and Subprime Lending
    Feb/27
    Odd Rune Straume (Minho)
    Horizontal Mergers and Product Quality
    Mar/06
    Tiago Cavalcanti (Cambridge)
    (CANCELLED)
    TBA
    Mar/13
    Mario Centeno (Banco de Portugal)
    The Impact of Unionization on Employment and Wages
    Mar/20
    Exam Week (no seminar)
    -
    Mar/27
    Exam Week (no seminar)
    -
    Mar/03
    Passion (no seminar)
    -
    Apr/10
    Luca Opromolla (Banco de Portugal)
    Trade and Migration: A Quantitative Analysis for the European Union
    Apr/17
    Xavier Ragot (PSE)
    TBA
    Apr/24
    Edward B. Barbier (University of Wyoming)
    TBA
    May/1
    Holiday (no seminar)
    -
    May/8
    Martin Ellison (Oxford)
    TBA
    May/15
    Francesco Lippi (Einaudi Institute and University of Sassari)
    TBA
  • Date
    Speaker
    Title
    Sep/12
    Giancarlo Corsetti (Cambridge University)
    International Competitiveness and Stabilization Policy
    Sep/19
    Camille Landais (LSE)
    Market Externalities of Large Unemployment Insurance Extension Programs
    Sep/26
    Alberto Holly (HEC Lausanne)
    Health and Health Care Demand Effects of Double Coverage
    Oct/3
    Antonio Afonso (ISEG)
    Monetary Developments and Expansionary Fiscal Consolidations: Evidence from the EMU
    Oct/10
    Pedro Pereira (Autoridade da Concorrência)
    Bundling Incentives in Markets with Product Complementarities: The case of Triple-Play
    Oct/17
    WP Mid Pres (no seminar)
    -
    Oct/24
    Exam Week (no seminar)
    -
    Oct/31
    Exam Week (no seminar)
    -
    Nov/07
    Catarina Reis (UCP) (Cancelado)
    Optimal Capital Taxation with Idiosyncratic Investment Risk
    Nov/11
    Vincenzo Quadrini (USC-Marshall School of Business)
    Bank Liabilities Channel. Note time and day of the week: Tuesday, 12:30-13:30, joint with IRW.
    Nov/14
    No seminar
    -
    Nov/21
    Teresa Lloyd-Braga (UCP)
    Government Spending and Fiscal Policy Stabilizing Rules
    Nov/8
    David Myatt (LBS)
    Product Lines
    Dec/05
    Paulo Brito (ISEG)
    Interest Rates and Endogenous Population Growth: Joint Age-Dependent Dynamics

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