Past Events

Fri, 07 Jul 2017

10:00

American–European Health Economics Study Group - II Edition Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences

Speaker(s): Amitabh Chandra (Harvard), Richard Hobbs (Oxford), Anthony LoSasso (Illinois-Chicago), Carol Propper (Imperial College), Marcos Vera-Hernández (UCL).

Series:External Events


Thu, 22 Jun 2017

13:00

Welfare-to-work programmes, child welfare and child outcome

Speaker(s): Marianne Bruins

Series: Department of Economics Seminars


Fri, 16 Jun 2017

14:15

Second-Order Induction, the Importance of Precedents, and Divergence of Opinions

Speaker(s): Rosella Argenziano, Essex

Series: Nuffield Economic Theory Seminars


12:30

The Rise of Female Labor Force Participation and Changes in the Wage Structure: Evidence from Structural Estimates in Mexico.

Speaker(s): Manuel Fernandez Sierra, Gorman Supervisor: Professor Steve Bond

Series: Gorman Student Research Workshops in Economics


Thu, 15 Jun 2017

17:15

Professor Philip Howard's Inaugural Lecture: Is Social Media Killing Democracy? Computational Propaganda, Algorithms, Automation and Public Life

Speaker(s): Professor Philip Howard, Oxford Internet Institute

Series:External Events


13:00

Financial Includsion and Welfare in Post-Apartheid South Africa

Speaker(s): Elizabeth Nanziri, University of Oxford

Series: Department of Economics Seminars


Wed, 14 Jun 2017

16:00

Giving the Future A Chance

Speaker(s): Elke U. Weber, Princeton University

Series:External Events


13:00

The power to protect: bargaining and female condom use

Speaker(s): Karlijn Morsink

Series: CSAE Research Workshops


12:00

Oxcarre Lunchtime Seminar: Title TBC

Speaker(s): Gerhard Toews

Series: OxCarre Seminar Series


Tue, 13 Jun 2017

16:00

What drives Spanish FDI outflows? A spatial panel approach for pre-crisis and crisis periods

Speaker(s): Paula Gutiérrez Portilla

Series: International Trade Workshops


14:30

Who Benefits From Productivity Growth? The Local and Aggregate Impacts of Local TFP Shocks on Wages, Rents, and Inequality

Speaker(s): Enrico Moretti, University of California, Berkeley

Series: International Trade seminar


13:00

Upgrade slums or invest before they form? Evidence from Tanzania

Speaker(s): Guy Michaels, London School of Economics

Series: CSAE Lunchtime Seminars


13:00

The New Keynesian IS Curve in a Small Open Economy: An Empirical Investigation

Speaker(s): Leandro Magnusson, University of Western Australia

Series: Macroeconomics Working Group


12:30

Reputation and Information Aggregation

Speaker(s): Sergey Stepanov, Higher School of Economics, Moscow

Series: Nuffield Economic Theory Workshop


12:00

Applied Microeconomics Workshop

Series: Applied Microeconomics Workshop