• 2021-2022 Economic Seminar Series Coming Soon

    How You Can Work to Increase the Presence and Improve the Experience of Black, Latinx, and Native American People in the Economics Profession

     Date

     Speaker(s)

     Affiliation

     Talk

     Location

    September 23

    Pamela Jakiela

    Williams College  "A Firm of One's Own:  Experimental Evidence on Credit Constraints and Occupational Choice."  Virtual 

     October 5, 2021

    Olga Shurchkov

    Wellesley College "The Gendered Effects of COVID-19 on Time Use and Academic Research Productivity"  Virtual 

     October 19, 2021

    Nicholas Wright

    Florida Gulf Coast University 

    "Do Cellphone Bans Save Lives? Evidence From Handheld Laws on Traffic Fatalities"

     
    UNH 4110 

    November 2, 2021

    Gary Hoover Tulane University  How You Can Work to Increase the
    Presence and Improve the Experience
    of Black, Latinx, and Native American
    People in the Economics Profession 
    UNH 4110 

     November 4, 2021

    Malte Dold  Pomona College   F.A. Hayek on the Political Economy of Endogenous Preferences:
    An Historical Overview and Contemporary Assessment 
    UNH 4110  

    November 9, 2021

    Anna Sokolova University of Nevada, Reno Default Costs and Self-fulfilling Fiscal Limits in a Small Open Economy  Virtual

     February 1, 2022

    Peter Hull Brown University   UNH 4110

    March 22, 2022

    Charlie Sprenger Cal Tech   UNH 4110

    April 5, 2021

    James Marton Georgia State University   UNH 4110

     

     

    Please visit the LMU Events Calendar for upcoming Economics Events.

     For a listing of seminars from previous years, please see the Economics Seminar Series Archive