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CES Lectures Programme

CES guests take part in the faculty's PhD programme in offering 3-session graduate short courses on a topic in their areas of expertise. The students have to attend a certain number of these courses.

CES Lectures 2016

 

Johannes Abeler, University of Oxford
16 December 2015 - 11 February 2016
Behavioural Welfare Economics (3 lectures)
12, 14, and 19 January 2016, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline, Slides

James Markusen, University of Colorado
19 - 30 January 2016
Preferences and per-capita income: explaining international trade and policy puzzles from the demand side of general Equilibrium (3 lectures)
21, 26, and 28 January 2016, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline, Slides 1, Slides 2, Slides 3

Paola Conconi, ECARES (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
14 - 17 March 2016
Topics in International Trade (3 lectures)
15, 16, and 17 March 2016, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline, Slides 1, Slides 2, Slides 3, Slides 4

Simone Moriconi, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
11 March - 8 April 2016
Economic Policy and Institutional Change: Theory and Evidence from OECD countries (3 lectures)
29, 30 March and 5 April 2016, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline, Slides 1, Slides 2, Slides 3

Ferdinand Rauch, Oxford University
4 - 22 April 2016
The size of cities (3 lectures)
14, 19 and 21 April 2016, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline

Anja Sautmann, Brown University
31 May - 23 June 2016
A field project from start to finish: a randomized trial in Mali (2 lectures, registration is necessary)
9 and 13 June 2016, 9.45-11.55, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Paper 1, Paper 2

Noam Yuchtman, Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley
12 - 27 June 2016
The Political Economy of Educational Institutions: Historical and Contemporary Lessons (3 lectures)
14, and 21 June 2016, 9.30-12.00, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline, Slides 1, Slides 2

Jan Brueckner, University of California, Irvine
26 June - 9 July 2016
The Economics of Urban Sprawl (2 lectures)
28 and 30 June 2016, 9.30-11.50, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline, Slides

Nicola Lacetera, University of Toronto
25 June - 15 July 2016
Motivating prosocial behavior: Economic incentives and moral constraints (3 lectures)
5, 7, and 12 July 2016, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline, Slides 1, Slides 2, Slides 3

Cloé Garnache, Michigan State University
16 July - 12 August 2016
Environmental pollution regulation and ecosystem services valuation (3 lectures)
26, 27, and 28 July 2016, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline, Slides 1, Slides 2, Slides 3

Lorenz Goette, University of Bonn
26 August - 23 September 2016
The behavioral economics of resource conservation (3 lectures)
5, 6, and 7 September 2016, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline

Basit Zafar, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
1 October - 11 October 2016
Expectations and Human Capital Investments (3 lectures)
4, 6, and 10 October 2016, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline

Nigar Hashimzade, Durham University
3 October - 3 December 2016
Growth and Public Policies (3 lectures)
22, 24, and 29 November 2016, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline

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