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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 theses courses.

CES Lectures 2014

Caroline Fohlin, Johns Hopkins University
7-14 January, 2014
Mobilizing Money: How the World's Richest Nations Financed Industrial Growth (3 lectures)
8, 9 and 10 January 2014, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Slides 1, Slides 2, Slides 3

Stefanie Schurer, RMIT University
16 January - 5 February, 2014
Microeconometric models in health economics(3 lectures)
21, 23 and 28 January 2014, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Slides 1, Slides 2, Slides 3, Paper: The impact of health on wages: Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey, Carro and Traferri 2012, Jones and Schurer 2011, Roy and Schurer 2013 HE

Gerard Pfann, Maastricht University
3-21 February, 2014
Labor Economics (3 lectures)
11, 12 and 13 February 2014, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline

Gareth D. Myles, University of Exeter
17 February - 8 March, 2014
Tax evasion and audit strategy (3 lectures)
25, 26 and 27 February 2014, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Slides 1, Slides 2, Slides 3

Nora Szech, University of Bamberg
3 March - 15 March, 2014
Morals and Institutions (3 lectures)
11, 12 and 13 March 2014, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline

Robert W. Staiger, University of Wisconsin
25 March - 29 March, 2014
Trade Agreements, Incomplete Contracts and Offshoring (3 lectures)
25, 26 and 27 March 2014, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline, Slides

Ben Lockwood / Michela Redoano, Warwick University
7 April - 22 April, 2014
The Political Economy of Fiscal Federalism (3 lectures)
8, 10 and 15 April 2014, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline, Slides 1, Slides 2, Slides 3

Michael Bauer, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
21 April - 4 May, 2014
Modeling and Forecasting the Yield Curve (3 lectures)
22, 24 and 29 April 2014, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline, Slides 1, Slides 2, Slides 3

Eric Zitzewitz, Dartmouth College
13 March - 16 May, 2014
Forensic Economics (3 lectures)
13, 14 and 15 May 2014, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline, Slides 1, Slides 2, Slides 3

Margherita Fort, University of Bologna
25 May - 6 June, 2014
Quantile Regression for Program Evaluation: Some (Introductory) Examples (3 lectures)
27 May, 3 and 5 June 2014, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline, Slides

Stephen Haber, Stanford University
14 July - 27 July, 2014
The Political Economy of Development and Underdevelopment (3 lectures)
16, 21 and 23 July 2014, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline

Harald Badinger, WU Wien
1 September - 12 October, 2014
Modelling and Estimating Spillover Effects: Methods and Applications (3 lectures)
7, 8 and 9 October 2014, 10.15-11.45, CES, Schackstr. 4, 2nd floor, seminar room (207)
Course Outline

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