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Thursday 28 October
Online GEM Seminar Alessandra Peter (New York University). Title: Nonlinear Pricing and Misallocation. Time: 15.00 hrs.

Thursday 4 November
Online GEM Seminar Niclas Berggren (Research Institute of Industrial Economics). Title: Intolerance predicts climate skepticism. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Archive

Thursday 21 October
Online GEM Seminar Erhan Artuc (World Bank). Title: Trade, Jobs, and Worker Welfare. Time: 15.00 hrs.

Thursday 14 October
Online GEM Seminar Conor Walsh (Columbia Business School). Title: Population Growth and Firm Dynamics. Time: 15.00 hrs.

Thursday 7 October
Online GEM Seminar Nancy Qian (Northwestern University). Title: The Cost of Exclusion for State Capacity: Discrimination and WWII U.S. Army Enlistment. Time: 15.00 hrs.

Thursday 23 September
Online GEM Seminar: Kei-My Yi (University of Houston). Title: Deindustrialization and Industry Polarization. Time: 15.00 hrs.

Thursday 16 September
Online GEM Seminar: Davin Chor (Dartmouth and NBER). Title: Contracting Frictions in Global Sourcing: Implications for Welfare. Time: 16.00 hrs.

Thursday 9 September
Online GEM Seminar Mary Amiti (Federal Reserve Bank of New York). Title: U.S. Market Concentration and Import Competition. Time: 16.00 hrs.

Thursday 2 September
Online GEM Seminar Julia Cajal Grossi (Graduate Institute Geneva). Title: Searching for Trade Partners in Developing Countries. Time:15.00 hrs.

Thursday 10 June
Online GEM Seminar: Anja Benshaul-Tolonen (Columbia University). Title: The Evolution and Persistence of Women’s Roles: Evidence from the Gold Rush. Time: 15.00 hrs.

Thursday 3 June
Online GEM Seminar Katarzyna Bilicka (Utah State University). Title: Organizational capacity and firm profitability: evidence from multinationals. Time: 16.00 hrs.

Thursday 20 May
Online GEM Seminar Chad Syverson (Univeristy of Chicago). Title: Product Innovation, Product Diversification, and Firm Growth: Evidence from Japan’s Early Industrialization Time: 16.00 hrs.

Tuesday 11 May
Online GEM Seminar Douglas Irwin (Darthmouth College). Title: From Hermit Kingdom to Miracle on the Han: The Policy Origins of South Korea’s Trade Transformation. Time: 15.00 hrs.

Thursday 6 May
Online GEM/I&O Seminar Mike Pfarrer (University of Georgia). Title: Legitimacy as a Multilevel Process: Evidence from the 2008 Financial Crisis. Time: 15.00 hrs.

Thursday 29 April
Online GEM Seminar Anke Becker (Harvard Business School). Title: On the Economic Origins of Restrictions on Women’s Sexuality. Time: 16.00 hrs.

Thursday 22 April
Online GEM Seminar Nathaniel Baum-Snow (University of Toronto). Title: Local Productivity Spillovers. Time: 16.00 hrs.

Thursday 15 April
Online GEM Seminar Rachel Ngai (LSE). Title: A Multisector Perspective on Wage Stagnation. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 8 April
Online GEM Seminar Andrei Markevich (New Economic School Moscow). Title: The Political Economy Causes of the Soviet Great Famine, 1932–33. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 1 April
Online GEM Seminar Anna Baiardi (Erasmus University). Title: Female Higher Education in Iran: The Effect of Restrictions to University Admission. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 25 March
Online GEM Seminar Jordan Rappaport (Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City). Title: A Functional Delineation of U.S. Metropolitan Areas. Time: 16.00 hrs.

Thursday 18 March
Online GEM Seminar Tom Schmitz (Bocconi University). Title: Measuring TFP: The Role of Profits, Adjustment Costs, and Capacity Utilization. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 4 March
Online GEM Seminar Diego Restuccia (University of Toronto: Title: The Role of Nonemployers in Business Dynamism and Aggregate Productivity. Time: 15.00 hrs.

Thursday 18 February
Online GEM Seminar: Brian K. Kovak (Carnegie Mellon University). Title: The Long-Run Labor Market Effects of the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 4 February
Online GEM Seminar: Justin Pierce (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Washington). Title:
Disentangling the Effects of the 2018-2019 Tariffs on a Globally Connected U.S. Manufacturing Sector (provisional title) . Time: 15.00 hrs.

Thursday 28 January
Online GEM Seminar:
Federico Rossi (University of Warwick). Title: The Human Side of Structural Transformation. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 21 January
Online GEM Seminar: Itay Saporta Eksten (University of Tel Aviv). Title:
The Macroeconomics of Automation: Data, Theory, and Policy Analysis. Time. 11.45 hrs.

Tuesday 19 January
Online GEM Seminar: Rémy Jedwab (George Washington University). Title: Estimating the Spillover Effects of Foreign Conflict: Evidence from Boko Haram. Time: 15.00 hrs.

Thursday 7 January
Online GEM Seminar: Lisandra Flach (LMU Munich). Title: Corporate Taxes and Multi-Product Exporters: Theory and Evidence from Trade Dynamics . Time: 11.45 hrs.

2020

Thursday 17 December
Online GEM Seminar: Devesh Rustagi (University of Nottingham). Title: Historical Self-Governance and Norms of Cooperation. Time: 11.45.

Thursday 10 December
Online GEM Seminar: Maria Cubel (University of Bath). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 3 December
Online GEM Seminar: Ben Elsner (University College Dublin). Title: Poor Voters, Taxation and the Size of the Welfare State. Time. 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 26 November
Online GEM Seminar Vahagn Jerbashian (University of Barcelona). Title: Firm behavior during an epidemic. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 19 November
Online GEM Seminar: Lore Vandewalle (Graduate Institute Geneva). Title: The Political Competition over Life and Death - Evidence from Infant Mortality in India. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 12 November
Online GEM Seminar: Raphael Serrano (University of Alicante). Title: Structural transformation in India: The Role of the Service Sector. Time: 11.45 hrs

Tuesday 10 November
Online GEM Seminar: Guillaume Vuillemey (HEC Paris). Title: Evading Corporate Responsibilities: Evidence from the Shipping Industry. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 5 November
Online GEM Seminar: Silvia Marchesi (University of Milano-Bicocca/Centro Studi Luca d’Agliano/CefES). Title: Project aid and firm performance. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 22 October
Online GEM Seminar: Carsten Eckel (LMU Munich). Title: Too Much of a Good Thing? Labor Market Imperfections as a Source of Exceptional Exporter Performance. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 15 October
Online GEM Seminar: Effie Kesidou (Leeds University). Title: The Dynamics of Geographic Collaboration for Innovation. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 8 October
Online GEM Seminar: Natalia Danzer (FU Berlin). Title: The Behavioral and Psychological Consequences of a Nuclear Catastrophe: The Case of Chernobyl . Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 1 October
Online GEM Seminar: Pamela Campa (University of Stockholm). Title: Facing the Hard Truth: Evidence from Climate Change Ignorance. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 24 September
Online GEM Seminar: Randi Lunnan (BI Norwegian Business School). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Thursday 10 September
Online GEM Seminar: Francesco Sarracino (STATEC, Luxembourg). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Tuesday 8 September
Online GEM Seminar: Tijl Hendrich (CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis). Title: The Comparative Advantage of Dutch Cities. Time: 11.45 hrs.

Wednesday 11 March
GEM Seminar: Nina Pavcnik (Dartmouth). Title: Export Markets and Long-Run Industry Adjustment: State, Private, and Foreign Firms in Vietnam. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028.

Tuesday 3 March
GEM Seminar: Carolina Villegas-Sanchez (ESADE Business School). Title: Global Declining Competition. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0011.

Thursday 27 February
GEM Seminar: Gianluca Orefice (CEPII). Title: Product-Level Trade Elasticities. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0039.

Thursday 20 February
GEM Seminar: Ines Helm (University of Stockholm). Title: Displacement Effects in Manufacturing. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Thursday 13 February
GEM Seminar: Guy Michaels (LSE). Title: Individual Consequences of Occupational Decline. Time: 11.45. Place: 5412.0040.

Thursday 6 February
GEM Seminar: Melanie Krause (University of Hamburg). Title: Natural Amenities, Income and Neighborhood Density. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5415.0023.

Thursday 30 January
GEM Seminar: Johannes Boehm (Sciences Po, Paris). Title: Misallocation in the Market for Inputs: Enforcement and the Organization of Production. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Tuesday 28 January
GEM Seminar: Sophie Rieder (Maastricht University). Title: Strategy Implementation Gaps in Global Standardization: Evidence from an Automobile MNC. Time: 13.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 23 January
GEM Seminar: Michiel Gerritse (EUR). Title:
Industrial Transfer Policies in China: migration, urbanization and upgrading . Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0009.

Thursday 9 January
GEM Seminar: Theocharis Grigoriadis (Freie Universität Berlin). Title: Financing Late Industrialization: Evidence from the Russian State Bank. Time: 11.45. Place: 5419.0111.

2019

Thursday 12 December
GEM Seminar: Giulio Buciuni (Trinity College Dublin). Title: The role of mnes in the genesis and growth of a resilient entrepreneurial ecosystem. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0255.

Thursday 5 December
GEM Seminar: Johanna Rickne (Stockholm University). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0056

Thursday 28 November
GEM Seminar: Eric Chaney (Oxford University). Title: Modern-day library holdings and historic city growth. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Thursday 21 November
GEM Seminar: Frank Westermann (Osnabrück University). Title: Capital Flight to Germany: Two Alternative Measures. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0003.

Thursday 14 November
GEM Seminar: Fernando Bruna (University of A Corunna). Title: The evidential case against Market Potential as an explanation of the European regional agglomeration. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107.

Thursday 31 October
GEM Seminar: Katja Mann (Copenhagen Business School). Title: Benign Effects of Automation: New Evidence from Patent Texts. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035.

Wednesday 30 October
EEF/GEM Seminar: Robert Lensink and Robert Inklaar. Title: A Nobel Prize for fighting poverty through experiments. Time: 14:00-15:00. Place: 5412-0040. Abstract attached.

Thursday 24 October
GEM Seminar: Raphael Frank (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem). Title: Labor Scarcity and the Adoption of Labor Saving Technologies. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0255

Thursday 17 October
GEM Seminar: Meredith Crowley (Cambridge University). Title: Renegotiation of Trade Agreements and Firm Exporting Decisions: Evidence from the Impact of Brexit on UK Exports. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0103.

Thursday 10 October
GEM Seminar: Yannick Dupraz (Warwick University). Title: Fiscal Capacity and Dualism in Colonial States: The French Empire 1830-1962. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0109.

Thursday 3 October
GEM Seminar: Ron Davies (University College Dublin). Title: Innovation and the Technological Content of Imports.. Place: 5412.0040

Thursday 26 September
GEM Seminar: Michel Serafinelli (University of Essex). Title: The World Rust Belts. . Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0040.

Thursday 19 September
I&O/GEM Seminar: Torben Pedersen (Bocconi University). Title: A multilevel analysis of the mechanisms for cross-unit knowledge adoption in MNCs. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 12 September
GEM Seminar: Antonio Ciccone (University of Mannheim). Title: Some Long-Run Economic Consequences of Keeping Out Refugees: Evidence from a Spatial Discontinuity in the Distribution of Refugees After WW2. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Thursday 5 September
GEM Seminar: Felix Eggers (FEB). Title:
GDP-B: Accounting for the Value of New and Free Goods in the Digital Economy . Time: 11.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0035.

Tuesday 28 May
GEM Seminar: Branko Milanovic (City University of New York). Title: Different Types of Capitalisms and Inter-personal Inequality. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0111.

Thursday 16 May
GEM Seminar: Vadym Volosovych (Erasmus University). Title: Can Private Equity Funds Act as Strategic Buyers? Evidence from Buy-and-Build Strategies. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0128.

Thursday 9 May
GEM Seminar: Giovanni Federico (University of Pisa). Title: The race between the snail and the tortoise: skill premium and early industrialization in Italy (1861–1913). Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0128.

Thursday 2 May
GEM Seminar: Douglas Gollin (University of Oxford). Title: Heterogeneity, Measurement Error and Misallocation: Evidence from African Agriculture. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0128.

Thursday 25 April
GEM Seminar: Mohamed Saleh (Toulouse School of Economics). Title: Taxing Identity: Fiscal Policy and Conversions in Early Islam. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035. Abstract attached

Thursday 18 April
GEM Seminar: Janneke Pieters (Wageningen University). Title: Measuring Farm Labor: Survey Experimental Evidence from Ghana, Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035.

Thursday 11 April
GEM Seminar: Stefan Eichler (University of Dresden). Title: Eurozone Exit Risk. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035.

Thursday 4 April
GEM Seminar: Diego Puga (CEMFI, Madrid). Title: Urban growth and its aggregate implications. Time 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035.

Thursday 28 March
GEM Seminar: Johannes Kleinhempel. Title: Cultural Roots of Entrepreneurship – Evidence from second-generation Americans and second-generation Europeans. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0128

Thursday 21 March
GEM Seminar: Kevin O’Rourke (University of Oxford). Title: The Impact of Interwar Indian Protection. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0112

Thursday 14 March
GEM Seminar: Gabriel Felbermayr (ifo Institut – Leibniz-Institut für Wirtschaftsforschung an der Universität München e.V.). Title: Gravity with More Gravitas: A Solution to the Mystery of the Excess Trade Balances. Time: 11.345 hrs. Place: 5419.0128

Thursday 7 March
GEM Seminar: Clément Malgouyres (Institut des Politiques Publiques, Paris). Title: Technology-induced Trade Shocks? Evidence from Broadband Expansion in France. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0040

Wednesday 6 March
GEM Seminar: Jean Pascal Gond. Title: Managing the Moral Dimension of Institutional Complexity: Sustainability Implementation as Compromise-Making at an Oil Sands Company. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: tba.

Thursday 28 February
GEM Seminar: Guilhem Cassan (University of Namur). Title: Voting Power and the Supply of New Media: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from India. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Tuesday 26 February
GEM Seminar: Wiljan van den Berge (CPB). Title: Automatic Reaction – What Happens to Workers at Firms that Automate? Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0005

Thursday 21 February
GEM Seminar: Wolfgang Dauth (University of Würzburg & IZA) Title: Adjusting to Robots: Worker-Level Evidence. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0128

Thursday 14 February
GEM Seminar: Christian Siegel (University of Kent). Title: Engines of Sectoral Labor Productivity Growth. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Thursday 7 February
GEM Seminar: Vera Eichenauer (KOF Swiss Economic Institute). Title: The effects of Trade, Aid, and Investment on China’s Image in Developing Countries. Time: 12.30 hrs. Place: 5416.0056

Thursday 31 January
GEM Seminar: Wiljan van den Berge (CPB). Title: Automatic Reaction – What Happens to Workers at Firms that Automate? Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0057

Thursday 24 January
GEM Seminar: Richard Bluhm (Hannover University). Title: Connective financing: Chinese infrastructure projects and the diffusion of economic activity in developing countries. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0057

Wednesday 16 January
GEM Seminar: Michael Lahr (The State University of New Jersey | Rutgers · Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy). Title:
Accounting for global migrant remittances flows. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Tuesday 15 January
GEM Seminar: Holger Strulik (University of Goettingen). Title: Robots, reshoring, and the lot of low-skilled workers. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 10 January
GEM Seminar: Benjamin Schneider (Oxford University). Title: Technological change and the quality of work: The British spinning sector and the industrial revolution. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0057


2018

Thursday 13 December
GEM Seminar: Magda Ulceluse (UG Dept. of Cultural Geography). Title: Has migration reduced income inequality between the EU Member States? An exploratory analysis. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0040


Thursday 6 December
GEM Seminar: Casper Worm Hansen (University of Copenhagen). Title: The Effect of Immigration on the Economy: Lessons from Closing the Border in the 1920s. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0005

Thursday 29 November
GEM Seminar: David Dorn (University of Zurich and CEPR). Title: Foreign Competition and Domestic Innovation: Evidence from U.S. Patents. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Tuesday 13 November
GEM Seminar: Pascal Jaupart (Oxford University). Title: The ballot and the riot: south-south migration, elections, and violence in South Africa. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0102

Thursday 8 November
GEM Seminar: Frank Westermann (University of Osnabrück) has been cancelled

Thursday 1 November
GEM Seminar: Amalavoyal Chari (University of Sussex). Title: The public sector and the misallocation of labor: Evidence from a policy experiment in India. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Thursday 25 October
GEM Seminar: André Rodriguez-Pose (London School of Economics). Title: The geography of EU discontent and the revenge. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0040

Monday
22 October
GEM-EEF Seminar: Francesco Zanetti (University of Oxford). Title: State dependence in labor market fluctuations: evidence, theory, and policy implications. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Thursday 18 October
GEM Seminar: Douglas Campbell (New Economic School, Moscow). Title: Giant resource discoveries and manufacturing: is Dutch disease a thing? Time: 11.45 hrs. Place 5412.0040

Thursday 11 October
GEM Seminar: Bob Rijkers (The World Bank). Title: Trading-off the income gains and the inequality costs of trade policy. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0150

Tuesday 2 October
GEM Seminar: Cemal Eren Arbatli (Higher School of Economics, Moscow). Title:Diversity and conflict. Time: 11.45. Place: 5419.0103

Friday 28 September
GEM Seminar: Mike Peng (University of Texas). Title: Behind Theoretical Innovation. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0040

Thursday 27 September
GEM Seminar: Dimitrije Ruzic (INSEAD). Title: Returns to Scale, Productivity Measurement, and Trends in U.S. Manufacturing Misallocation. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Thursday 20 September
GEM Seminar: Alessio Terzi (Bruegel). Title: Growth Accelerations Strategies. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035.

Wednesday 19 September
GEM/I&O Seminar: Sandeep Pillai (University of Maryland). Title: The Value of Contextual Richness: An Empirical Exploration of Production Scaling in the Early American Automobile Industry. Time: 15:30. Place: 5411.0543.

Thursday 13 September
GEM Seminar: Camille Hémet (Paris School of Economics). Title: The Local Determinants of Crime Victimization .. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 6 September
GEM Seminar: Alireza Jay Naghavi (University of Bologna). Title :
Islam, Human Capital, and Innovation in Historical Spain . Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Thursday 21 June
GEM Seminar: Milena Nikolova (FEB). Title: Self-employment can be good for your health. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107.

Thursday 14 June
GEM Seminar: Mohamed Sraieb (University of Essex). Title: Altruistic Donors, Development and Redistribution. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0009.

Tuesday 12 June
GEM Seminar: Jan Bientenbeck (Lund University). Title: Preschool Attendance, School Progression, and Cognitive Skills in East Africa. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107.

Thursday 7 June
GEM Seminar: Florin Maican (KU Leuven and CEPR). Title: Inventory Dynamics and Store Performance in Retailing. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0230.

Thursday 31 May
GEM Seminar: Berthold Herrendorf (Arizona State University). Title: Structural Change in Investment and Consumption: A Unified Approach. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107.

Thursday 24 May
GEM Seminar: Giuseppe Berlingieri (ESSEC). Title: Organizing Supply Chains: Input Cost Shares and Vertical Integration. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0039.

Thursday 17 May
GEM Seminar: Dea Tusha (Utrecht University). Title: Investigating Bias in FDI Spillover Studies with Incomplete Datasets: The Case of Indonesia. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place 5419.0107

Thursday 3 May
GEM Seminar: Karen Helene Ulltveit-Moe (University of Oslo). Title: Better, Faster, Stronger: Global Innovation and Trade Liberalization
. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0230.

Thursday 26 April
GEM Seminar:
Pierre-Louis Vézina (King’s College London). Title: Resource discoveries and FDI bonanzas: An illustration from Mozambique. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007.

Thursday 19 April
GEM Seminar: Jeanet Sinding Bentzen (University of Copenhagen). Title:
The Power of Religion: Political Origins of Religion Across the Globe . Time. 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107 .

Thursday 12 April
GEM Seminar: Ariell Resheff (Paris School of Economics). Title: Techies, Trade and Skill-Biased Productivity: Firm-Level Evidence from France. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107.

Thursday 22 March
GEM Seminar: Erkan Gören (Carl von Ossietzky University). Title: Effectiveness of World Bank foreign aid projects on local economic activity. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0056.

Thursday 15 March
GEM Seminar: Thomas Sampson (London School of Economics and Political Science). Title:
The Productivity Slowdown and the Declining Labor Share: A Neoclassical Exploration . Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0039.

Thursday 8 March
GEM Seminar: Malik Curuk (Bogazici University). Title:
Malthus Meets Luther: The Economics Behind the German Reformation. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Thursday 22 February
GEM Seminar: Selim Gulesci (Bocconi University). Title:
Moral Hazard: Experimental Evidence from Tenancy Contracts. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0039.

Thursday 15 February
GEM Seminar: Enrique Moral-Benito (Bank of Spain). Title: Credit Supply Shocks, Network Effects, and the Real Economy. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0039.

Thursday 8 February
GEM Seminar: Carol Newman (Trinity College Dublin). Title: So fresh and so clean: Urban community engagement to improve the sustainability of drainage infrastructure. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0039.

Tuesday 30 January
GEM Seminar: Matthias Blum (Queen’s University Belfast). Title: Rise and Fall in the Third Reich: Social Mobility and Nazi Membership.. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 25 January
GEM Seminar: Andrea Fracasso (University of Trento). Title: Firms' export prices and the role of exchange rate expectations. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

2017

Thursday 7 December
GEM Seminar: Astghik Mavisakalyan (Curtin University). Title: Talking in the Present, caring for the Future: Language and Environment. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0163.

Thursday 30 November
GEM Seminar: Akos Valentinyi (University of Manchester). Title: Endogenous Sector–Biased Technological Change and Industrial Policy. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Thursday 23 November
GEM Seminar: Timo Boppart (Stockholm University). Title: Missing Growth from Creative Destruction. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0111.

Thursday 16 November
GEM Seminar: Jan Jacobs (FEB). Title: Can GDP Measurement be Further Improved? Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Thursday 2 November
GEM Seminar: Nicola Cortinovis (Erasmus University). Title: Multinational Enterprises, Cognitive Relatedness and Employment in European Regions. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0009.

Tuesday 31 October
GEM/PEGDECH Seminar: Dylan Jong (FRW). Title: The long-run economic growth effects of local public finance. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928.

Friday 27 October
GEM Seminar: Sarah Castaldi (FEB). Title: Institutions, Relational Governance, and CSR Adoption in Global Supply Chains. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5414.0103

Thursday 26 October
GEM Seminar: Gregori Galofré-Vilà (University of Oxford and Bocconi University). Title: Austerity and the Rise of the Nazis. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Monday 23 October
GEM Seminar: Robert Aliber (University of Chicago). Title: The Source of Global Monetary Turbulence. Time: 11.45. Place: 5412.0035.

Thursday 19 October
GEM Seminar: Miguel Leon Ladesma (University of Kent). Title: Industry Volatility and International Trade. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0163

Wednesday 4 October
EEF/GEM Seminar: Kalina Manova (University of Oxford). Title: Managing Trade: Evidence from China and the US. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007.

Thursday 28 September
GEM Seminar: Felipe Valencia (University of Bonn). Title: Engineering growth: Innovative capacity and development in the Americas.Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 21 September
GEM Seminar: Sarah Castaldi (FEB). Title: Institutions, Relational Governance, and CSR Adoption in Global Supply Chains. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035.

Tuesday 27 June
GEM & SA Board Effectiveness seminar: Craig Crossland (University of Notre Dame). Title:
That could have been me: Director deaths, mortality salience, and CEO repriorization. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 8 June
GEM Seminar: Xianjia Ye (Utrecht University). Title: Estimating and explaining bilateral factor exports. Time:11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 1 June
GEM Seminar: Farid Toubal (Paris School of Economics). Title:
The march of the techies: Technology, trade, and job polarization in France, 1994-2007 . Time:11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007.

Thursday 18 May
GEM Seminar: Erwan Gautier (Banque de France). Title: Wage floor rigidity in industry-level agreements: Evidence from France. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007.

Thursday 4 May
GEM Seminar: Hylke van den Bussche (KU Leuven). Title: "America First!" What are the job losses for Europe? Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107.

Thursday 20 April
GEM Seminar: Thibault Fally (UC Berkeley). Title:
Firm heterogeneity in consumer baskets: evidence from home and store scanner data. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009.

Thursday 13 April
GEM Seminar: Anouk Rigterink (University of Oxford). Title: Related how? Diamonds and violent conflict . Time 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007.


Thursday 30 March
GEM Seminar: Nanno Mulder (UN ECLAC). Title: Do intermediate services improve manufacturing competitiveness in Asia and Latin America? Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Tuesday 28 March
GEM Seminar: Bas van Bavel (Utrecht University). Title: The emergence and decline of market economies throughout history state of the art and a new approach. Time: 12.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Thursday 23 March
EEF/GEM Seminar: David de la Croix (Université catholique de Louvain). Title: Decessit sine prole - childlessness, celibacy, and survival of the richest in pre-industrial England. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035


Friday 17 March
EEF/GEM Seminar: Robin Sickles (Rice University). Title: Estimation of industry-level productivity with cross-sectional dependence using spatial analysis. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 16 March
GEM Seminar: Robert Bonfatti (University of Nottingham). Title: The sustainability of empire in a global perspective: the rol of international trade patterns. Time: 11.45 hrs. Plance 541.0007

Thursday 23 February
GEM Seminar: Miguel Carlos Manjón Antolín (Rovira I Virgili University). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 16 February
GEM Seminar: Nikos Terzidis. Title: Job polarization in the Dutch labor market: an empirical analysis. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Tuesday 14 February
GEM Seminar: Alessio Moro (University of Cagliari). Title: The rise of the service economy and the real return on capital. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Thursday 9 February
GEM Seminar: Nuno Palma. Title: Spending a windfall: American precious metals and Euro-Asian trade 1531-1810. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 2 February
GEM Seminar: Alexander Wulfers (Oxford University). Title: The selection of transatlantic migrants in the interwar era, 1920-39. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Thursday 26 January
GEM Seminar: Gaaitzen de Vries. Title: What drives job polarization in advanced and emerging countries? Evidence from global supply chains. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 19 January
GEM Seminar: Michael Lahr (Rutgers University). Using the regional social accounting matrix to forecast household expenditures: a fuzzy approach. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 12 January
GEM Seminar: Alfonso Herranz (University of Barcelona). Title: The making of a national currency. Spatial transaction costs and money market integration in Spain (1825-1874). Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0028


2016

Thursday 1 December
GEM Seminar: Rui Esteves (Oxford University). Title: Gold and trade: an empirical simulation approach. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5415.0023

Thursday 24 November
GEM Seminar: Catia Montagna (University of Aberdeen). Title: Reforming the liberal welfare state: international shocks, unemployment and income shares. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5415.0023

Thursday 3 November
EEF/GEM Seminar: Alexander Tarasov (Higher School of Economics). Title: Trade and the spatial distribution of transport infrastructure. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928

Tuesday 25 October
GEM/EEF Seminar: Ralph de Haas (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development). Title: When arm’s length is too far. Relationship banking over the business cycle. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0025


Thursday 20 October
GEM Seminar: Harry Garretsen. Title: Do regional personality differences matter for economic structure and performance? Some initial evidence for UK cities. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5415.0023


Thursday 13 October
GEM Seminar: Richard Blum (Leibniz University Hanover). Title: Top lights – bright spots and their contribution to economic development. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5415.0023

Thursday 6 October
GEM Seminar: Caroline Witte (Erasmus School of Economics). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5415.0023

Thursday 6 October
GEM Seminar: Michael Lahr (Rutgers University). Title: Estimating household expenditures: a fuzzy approach. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Thursday 29 September
GEM Seminar: Alan Mueller. Title: The internationalization-performance conundrum: revisiting host-market legitimacy. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5415.0023

Thursday 16 June
GEM Seminar: Robert Kleinknecht (University of Amsterdam). Title: Do financial markets cause or mitigate short-termism? The effects of entrenchment on managers’ temporal orientation. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0150

Thursday 26 May
GEM Seminar: Panarat Anamwathana (Oxford University). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0150

Wednesday 25 May
ICOG/GEM Seminar: Bin Wong (UCLA). Title: China and Europe in global economic history. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Thursday 19 May
GEM Seminar: Francisco Alcala (Universidad de Murcia and Ivie). Title: International relocation of production and cross-country growth. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0150

Thursday 12 May
GEM Seminar: Jonas Puck (WU Wien). Title: Conceptualizing and measuring cross-national distance. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0150

Wednesday 4 May
GEM Seminar: Maarten Goos (Utrecht University), Title: Routine-biased change: theory and evidence. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Thursday 21 April
GEM Seminar: Tibor Besedes (Georgia Institute of Technology). Title: You’re banned! The effect of sanctions on German crsoo-border financial flows. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0150

Wednesday 6 April
GEM Seminar: Craig Crossland (University of Notre Dame) has been cancelled

Thursday 31 March
GEM Seminar: Antoine Berthou (Banque de France). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5415.0023

Thursday 24 March
GEM Seminar: Bart Verspagen (Maastricht University). Title: Hope at last? Global value chains and development gaps. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Thursday 17 March
GEM Seminar: Silviu Tierean (EUR). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5415.0023

Tuesday 8 March
GEM Seminar: Christian Siegel (University of Exeter). Title: Job polarization and structural change. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0009


Thursday 18 February
GEM Seminar: Sarianne Lundan (University of Bremen). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0226

Thursday 11 February
GEM Seminar: Nuno Palma (RUG). Title: The existence and persistence of liquidity effects: evidence from a large-scale historical natural experiment. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0226

Thursday 4 February
GEM Seminar: Gerwin van der Laan (Tilburg University). Title: Corporate social performance: a necessary condition analysis. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0226

Thursday 21 January
GEM Seminar: Andre van Hoorn. Title: How are migrant employees managed: an integrated analysis. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

2015

Thursday 17 December
GEM Seminar: Christian Siegel (University of Exeter). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 10 December
PEG/GEM Seminar: Angus Dalrymple-Smith (University of Wageningen). Title: tba. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928

Tuesday 1 December
GEM Seminar: María Gómez León (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid). Title: Growth, inequality and the rise of the middle class in Brazil, 1839-1950. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035


Thursday 26 November
GEM Seminar: Ricardo Crescenzi (London School of Economics). Title: Regional strategic assets and the location strategies of emerging countries’ multinationals in Europe. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 19 November
GEM Seminar: Henrik Dellestrand (Uppsala University). Title: Beyond simple configurations – The dual involvement of divisional and corporate headquarters in subsidiary innovation activities in multibusiness firms. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 5 November
GEM Seminar: Valentin Seidler (University of Vienna). Title: Lacking motivation ‐ British colonial officers and the transplant effect in the decolonization of British Africa. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Tuesday 20 October
GEM Seminar: Oscar Martín Martín (Universidad Pública de Navarra). Title: Internationalization of returnee entrepreneurial firms. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 8 October
GEM Seminar: Saikat Sinha Roy (Jadavpur University). Title: Does FDI impact on technology choices of firms? An analysis of Indian manufacturing. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0040

Thursday 24 September
GEM Seminar: Erkan Goren (University of Oldenburg). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0157

Thursday 10 September
GEM Seminar: Gaaitzen de Vries. Title: What accounts for the growth of carbon dioxide emissions in advanced and emerging economies? The role of consumption, technology and global supply chain trade. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0157

Thursday 11 June
GEM Seminar: Tarek Harchaoui. Title: Sectoral and macroeconomic origins of the great moderation and its undoing. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Thursday 4 June
GEM Seminar: Jop Woltjer (Wageningen University). Title: A vision of the growth process in a technologically progressive economy: the United States, 1899-1941, Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0101

Tuesday 28 April
GEM Seminar: Jeroen Merk (LSE). Title: Spatialized labour control strategies and multiple scales of activism: PT Nikomas Gemilang, Nike and freedom of association in Indonesia. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009


Thursday 16 April
GEM Seminar: Erkan Gören (University of Oldenburg). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Thursday 9 April
EEF/GEM Seminar: Marc Teignier (University of Barcelona). Title: The role of trade in structural transformation. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0101

Thursday 2 April
GEM Seminar: Catherine Yingdan Cai. Title: Does the quality of institutions and the regulatory bodies influence deal duration in M&As? Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0101

Friday 20 March
GEM Seminar: Maria Llop (Rovira I Virgili University). Title: Identifying the role of final consumption in structural path analysis: An application to water uses. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Wednesday 18 March
GEM Seminar: Carsten Helm (University of Oldenburg). Title: tba. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Thursday 12 March
GEM Seminar: Jürgen Bitzer (University of Oldenburg). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0113

Thursday 5 March
GEM/EEF Seminar: Luigi Pascali (University of Warwick). Title: The wind of change: maritime technology, trade and economic development. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0113

Tuesday 3 March
GEM Seminar: Rajas Parchure (Gokhale Institute of Politics & Economics). Title: Multicountry transactions and the determination of exchange rates. Time: 11.45 hrs. place: 5419.0109

Monday 2 March
GEM Seminar: Alan Muller. Title: Corporate philanthropy as expropriation. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 5 February
GEM Seminar: Leander Heldring (Oxford University). Title: State capacity and conflict: Evidence from the Rwandan genocide. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Thursday 29 January
GEM Seminar: Michael Grömling (IW Köln Institute). Title: National accounts revisions – a pitfall for economists? Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Thursday 29 January
GEM Seminar: Matheus Grasselli (Fields Institute, Toronto). Title: A stock-flow consistent macroeconomic model for asset price bubbles. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0928

Tuesday 27 January
GEM Seminar: ZhongXiang Zhang (Fudan University). Title: Crossing the river by feeling the stones: the case of carbon trading in China. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Thursday 22 January
GEM Seminar: Leslie Hannah (London School of Economics). Title: Germany's Sonderweg in corporate development in comparative perspective. Time: 15.15 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Thursday 22 January
GEM Seminar: Albrecht Ritschl (London School of Economics). Title: Multipliers of destruction. The effects of military spending announcements on GDP, 1933-1941. Time: 16.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Tuesday 20 January
GEM Seminar: Leigh Gardner (London School of Economics). Title: The ‘Empire Effect’ at ground level: sovereign debt and economic development in Liberia and Sierra Leone, 1871-1914. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

2014

Tuesday 16 December
GEM Seminar: Fabrian Bernhard (INSEEC). Title: When bankers feel guilty – Professional identification and the effects of collective guilt on moral business practices. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0056

Friday 12 December
GEM Seminar: Marie-Ann Betschinger (HSE). Title: The relevance of political affinity for the bidding strategy in cross-border acquisitions. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0060

Thursday 11 December
GEM Seminar: Bastiaan Overvest (CPB). Title: What drives cybercrime? Empirical evidence from DDoS attacks. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Thursday 4 December
GEM Seminar: Robert Inklaar. Title: Comparing cross-country income levels over time: did the developing world suddenly become much richer? Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Thursday 27 November
GEM Seminar: Gilbert Cette (Director Microeconomic and Structural Analysis, Bank of France). Title: tba. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Thursday 20 November
GEM Seminar: Eric Bartelsman (VU). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 13 November
GEM Seminar: Ajay Bhaskarabhatla ( EUR). Title: The impact of nopoaching agreements on inventor mobility and productivity: evidence from a natural experiment. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 6 November
GEM Seminar: Hale Utar (University of Bielefeld). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 23 October
GEM Seminar: Rok Spruk (Utrecht University). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Tuesday 21 October
GEM Seminar: Mariko Klasing. Title: Accounting for economic development across European regions. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Thursday 9 october
GEM Seminar: Cenkhan Sahin. Title: Banking stress-test effect on returns and risks. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 25 September
GEM Seminar: Koen Frenken (Utrecht University). Title: The downside of social capital in new industry creation. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Wednesday 3 September
GEM Seminar: Zhengyu Li (Tilburg University). Title: Mind the gap: the corrosion of novelty from partnership retention with knowledge distant partners. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0119

Thursday 26 June
GEM Seminar: Piusha Mutreja (Syracuse University). Title: Capital goods trade and economic development. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Wednesday 25 June
GEM Seminar: Lewis Davis (Union College). Title: Political economy of growth with a taste for status. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Thursday 19 June
GEM Seminar: Suxiao Li. Title: Cyclical behavior of international fund flows. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Wednesday 18 June
GEM/Spatial Sciences Seminar: David Maré (Motu Research, Wellington). Title: Earnings and employment in foreign-owned firms. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0005

Tuesday 10 June
GEM Seminar: Piyusha Mutreja (Syracuse University). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Tuesday 3 June
GEM Seminar: Josep Pijoan-Mas (CEMFI, Madrid). Title: Investment demand and structure change. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Tuesday 27 May
GEM Seminar: Bart Los. Title: The death of the distance puzzle. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5414.0103

Friday 23 May
GEM/EEF Seminar: Hein Goemans (University of Rochester). Title: What’s in a claim? The politics of territorial disputes. Time: 15.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Thursday 22 May
GEM Seminar: Janneke Pieters (Wageningen University). Title: The gendered labor market impacts of trade liberalization: Evidence from Brazil. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 15 May
GEM Seminar: Arjan Lejour (CPB). Title: The duration of export relations. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 8 May
GEM Seminar: Vasyl Taras (Greensborough University). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 1 May
GEM Seminar: Dirk Bezemer and Lu Zhang. Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 27 March
GEM Seminar: Sorin Krammer. Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Monday 17 March
GEM Seminar: Hassan Benchekroun (Mc Gill University). Title: On common property and strategic behavior: Partial cooperation and more.... Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0226

Thursday 13 March
GEM Seminar: Zhu Ling (IMF). Title: Capital flow deflection. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 6 March
GEM Seminar: Anna Salomons (Utrecht University). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Thursday 20 February
GEM Seminar: Immaculada Martinez-Zarzoso (University of Goettingen). Title: Direct versus indirect export channels: What determines the decision? Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Wednesday 19 February
GEM Seminar: Jochen Streb (University of Mannheim). Title: The role of human capital and innovation in prussian economic development. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5414.0102

Thursday 13 February
GEM Seminar: Maoliang Bu (Nanjing University). Title: Globalization, pollution haven hypothesis and the environment of China. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0128

Thursday 6 February
GEM Seminar: Daniel Arribas-Bel (VU Amsterdam). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 30 January
GEM Seminar: Jon Frost (DNB). Title: Financial globalization or global financial expansion? Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Friday 24 January
GEM Seminar: Rian Drogendijk (Uppsala University). Title: The frustration of subsidiary managers: communicating business opportunities from the periphery to MNC headquarters. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0102


Thursday 23 January
GEM Seminar: Nikos Kavadis (EUR). Title: When do boards push the CEO’s button? Predicting the implementation of shareholder-oriented policies and strategy. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5414.0102

Thursday 23 January
GEM Seminar: Nathan Betancourt (University of Lugano). Title: The credibility of social climbing: Inter-firm mobility and the status dynamics of international law firms in Hong Kong, 1998-2008. Time: 14.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0102


2013

Thursday 19 December

GEM Seminar: Kostadis Papaioannou. Title: Climate shocks, resource scarcity and conflict in Colonial Nigeria, 1912-1945. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 12 December
GEM Seminar: Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso (Goetiingen University). Title: Direct versus indirect export channels: What determines the decision? Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 28 November
GEM Seminar: Jaap Bos (Maastricht University). Title: Growing up: Mankiw-Romer-Wel revisited with curvature and inefficiency. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Thursday 21 November
GEM Seminar: Lu Zhang. Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Thursday 7 November
GEM Seminar: Maarten Bosker (EUR) and Bastian Westbrock (Utrecht University). Title: A theory of trade in a global production network. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Wednesday 23 October
GEM Seminar: Masaaki Kuboniwa (Hitotsubashi University). Title: A reappraisal of value added trade concepts. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0040

Thursday 17 October
GEM Seminar: Gaaitzen de Vries. Title: Structural change in Africa: 1960-2010. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5411.0743

Friday 11 October
GEM Seminar: Robin Winkler (Oxford University). Title: Households consumption in pre-war Nazi Germany: Accounting for liquidity constraints, myopia, and loss aversion. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0244

Thursday 12 September
GEM Seminar: André van Hoorn. Title: Trust, workplace organization, and comparative development. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0119

Tuesday 25 June
SOM Seminar: Anna Samarina. Title: Monetary targeting and financial system characteristics: An empirical analysis. Time: 10.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Monday 24 June
SOM Seminar: Kristine Farla (Maastricht University). Title: Determinants of firms' investment behaviour: A multilevel approach. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Monday 17 June
GEM Seminar: Sean Dougherty (OECD). Title: The determinants of informality in Mexico’s states. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0101

Wednesday 12 June
GEM Seminar: Thibault Fally (University of Colorado). Title: Structural gravity and fixed effects. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0101

Tuesday 11 June
SOM Seminar: Jorge González Chapela (University of Girona) has been cancelled

Thursday 6 June
GEM Seminar: Catherine Cay. Title: Risk preferences in cross-border acquisitions by Brazilian firms: the influence of acquirer and target ownership structures. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Thursday 23 May
GEM Seminar: Alan de Bromhead (Oxford University). Title: Women voters and trade protectionism in the interwar years. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Thursday 16 May
GEM Seminar: Niina Nummela (University of Turku). Title: Mixed methods as a research strategy in international business – from simple designs to value added contribution. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Wednesday 15 May
GEM Seminar: Antonio Peyrache (University of Queensland). Title: Industry structural inefficiency and potential gains from mergers and break-ups: a comprehensive approach. Time: 10.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0011

Thursday 2 May
GEM Seminar: Robbert Maseland. Title: Does democracy deliver in Islamic societies? Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Thursday 25 April
GEM Seminar: Marcel Timmer. Title: Slicing up global value chains. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Thursday 11 April
GEM Seminar: Christian Ducoing (University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 4 April
GEM Seminar: Petros Milionis. Title: Trade theory and trade growth since 1870. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Wednesday 27 March
GEM Seminar: Hubert Schmitz (University of Sussex). Title: Climbing to the top? Reorganising global value chains and building innovation capabilities in Brazil and India. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 28 February
GEM Seminar: Paul Sharp (University of Southern Denmark). Title: Winners and losers from globalization: Why both European and US farmers were angry in the grain invasion era, 1870-1900. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 21 February
GEM Seminar: Sjoerd Beugelsdijk. Title: Trust and cultural diversity. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 14 February
GEM Seminar: Evert Schoorl. Title: J.B. Say (1767-1832). Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 7 February
OPERA/GEM Seminar: Miriam Wilhelm and Constantin Blome (Université Catholique de Louvain). Title: Managing indirect supplier relations in global value chains: The case of sustainability. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 31 January
GEM Seminar: Dirk Bezemer. Title: Debt and the great moderation. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Wednesday 23 January
GEM Seminar: Tamas Vonyo (London School of Economics). Title: Winning the war and losing the peace? A comparative study of labour productivity in British and West German manufacturing, 1936-1968. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 17 January
GEM Seminar: Ewout Frankema (wageningen University). Title: What does the African cash crop revolution have in common with the Asian industrial revolution? Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Friday 11 January
GEM Seminar: Pierre Mohnen (University of Maastricht). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5416.0056

Thursday 10 January
GEM Seminar: Sandra Poncett (Université Paris 1). Title: Environmental policy and exports: Evidence from China. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

2012

Friday 21 December
SOM Seminar: Michiel Gerritse (VU University). Title: Optimal policies for city government: the role of the housing market. Time: 13.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Monday 17 December
SOM Seminar: Andrey Andreyevich Dubovik (CPB). Title: The impact of the global financial crisis on the industrial growth of the OECD countries. Time: 10.45 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 6 December
GEM Seminar: Keith Brouthers (North Carolina State University). Title: tba. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0111

Monday 19 November
SOM Seminar: Maria Grydaki. Title: What explains output volatility in the G3? A multivariate stochastic volatility model. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Friday 2 November
SOM Seminar: Lu Zhang (Utrecht University School of Economics). Title: Room to move: Why some industries drive the trade-specialization Nexus and others do not. Time: 12.15 hrs. Place: 5419.0011

Wednesday 31 October
SOM Seminar: Maria Grydaki has been cancelled.

Thursday 27 September
GEM Seminar: Andries Brandsma (JRC-IPTS). Title: RHOMOLO - a spatial computable general equilibrium model for cohesion policy design. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Wednesday 12 September
GEM Seminar: Subal C. Kumbhakar (state University New York). Title: Productivity and technical change: Parametric and semiparametric approaches. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Tuesday 26 June
GEM/CIBIF Seminar: Bob DeYoung (University of Kansas). Title: Risk overhang and loan portfolio decisions: Small business loan supply before and during the financial crisis. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Tuesday 19 June
GEM Seminar: Bas ter Weel (CPB). Title: The importance of early conscientiousness for socio-economic outcomes. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place:5412.0039

Thursday 31 May
GEM Seminar: Mark Thomas (University of Virginia). Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0253

Wednesday 16 May
GEM Seminar: Keith Brouthers (North Carolina State University). Title: Who cares about competitors? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 10 May
GEM Seminar: Marc van Essen (EUR). Title: Competition and cooperation in corporate governance: The effects of labor institutions on blockholder effectiveness in 23 European countries. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0253

Thursday 3 May
GEM Seminar: Alex Klein (University of Kent). Title: Geography and intra-national home bias: U.S. domestic trade in 1949 and 2007. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0253

Thursday 26 April
GEM Seminar: Christos Agiakloglou (University of Piraeus). Title: Causal interrelations among market fundamentals: Evidence from the European telecommunications sector. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0253

Thursday 19 April
GEM Seminar: Maria Grydaki. Title: The role of credit in great moderation: A multivariate GARCH approach. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0253

Thursday 5 April
GEM Seminar: Marc van Essen (EUR) has been cancelled

Thursday 29 March
GEM Seminar: Martin Andersson (Lund). Title: tba. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 22 March
GEM Seminar: Yasushi Kono (Waseda University). Title: A structural understanding of the production network of the automobile industry in Germany, Japan and US: A visualization of inter-sector carbon flows. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0253

Thursday 8 March
GEM Seminar: Fabrice Murtin (OECD). Title: The democratic transition. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0253

Thursday 1 March
GEM Seminar: Mark Partridge. Title: Geography and high-tech employment growth in U.S. counties. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 23 February
GEM Seminar: Boriss Siliverstovs (KOF Swiss Economic Institute). Title: Are GDP revisions predictable? Evidence for Switzerland. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0253

Thursday 23 February
GEM Seminar: Philip McCann. Title: Reforming European cohesion policy. Time: 15.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Thursday 16 February
GEM Seminar: Raquel Ortega Argiles. Title: Productivity gaps among European regions. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0253

Thursday 8 December
GEM Seminar: Keith Brouthers (Poole College of Management at North Carolina State U.). Title: Real options. Time: 11.45 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 1 December
GEM Seminar: Katrin Muehlfeld (University of Utrecht). Title: Entrepreneurial decision-making in the IOWA gambling task. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 10 November
GEM Seminar: Martine Uebele (University of Münster). Title: Central bank cooperation under the interwar gold standard? New evidence on some old questions. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 3 November
GEM Seminar: Luca Cherubini. Title: A multiregional structural analysis of a dualistic economy: The Italian regions over a decade (1995-2006). Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 27 October
GEM Seminar: Gaaitzen de Vries. Title: Deconstructing the BRICs: Structural transformation and aggregate productivity growth. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Wednesday 19 October
GEM Seminar: Katheryn Russ (UC Davis). Title: Teams of rivals: Endogenous markups in a Ricardian world. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0009

Thursday 6 October
GEM Seminar: Jaap Bos (Maastricht University). Title: A bitter brew? How index fund speculation can drive up commodity prices. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 15 September
GEM Seminar: Dimitrios Soudis. Title: On the measurement of state sovereignty. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 7 July
GEM Seminar: Maria Grydaki (Utrecht School of Economics). Title: What explains nominal exchange rate volatility? Evidence from the Latin American countries. Time: 11.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 7 July
GEM Seminar: Nathan Betancourt (EUR). Title: Are all changes always for the better? Institutional change in the enterprise bankruptcy law of the people’s Republic of china, 1986-2009. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Wednesday 29 June
GEM Seminar: Dessi Dikova. Title: Cross-border M&A activity and CEO compensation. Time: 15.00 hrs. Place: 5414.0102

Tuesday 14 June
GEM Seminar: Xingwang Qian (SUNY Buffalo State). Title: International reserves and the composition of capital inflows. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007  

Tuesday 7 June
GEM Seminar: Keith Brouthers. Title: Journal writing. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 9 June
GEM Seminar: Keith Brouthers. Title: Entrepreneurial orientation & international performance: The moderating role of strategic alliances. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Wednesday 18 May
GEM Seminar: M. Vijayabaskar (Madras Institute of Development Studies). Title: Skill formation in Indian garment industry: A comparison with China. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0003

Thursday 21 April
GEM Seminar: Marco Hauptmeier (Cardiff University Business School). Title: Whipsawing: Organizing competition in multinational companies. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 7 April
GEM Seminar: Kees van Veen. Title: Contextualizing the managerial labor market in Europe: the embedded nature of (non-)executive migration patterns. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0128

Thursday 31 March
GEM Seminar: Richard Brown (University of Queensland). Title: Migrants' remittances and financial development: Macro- and micro-level: Evidence of a perverse relationship. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0128

Thursday 17 March
GEM Seminar: Florian Becker-Ritterspach. Title: The adoption of the low-cost airline: The influence of contradicting institutions on firm-level employment and industrial relations. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0128

Thursday 10 March
GEM Seminar: Jan Jacobs. Title: Lessons from the latest data on U.S. productivity. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0128

Thursday 17 February
GEM Seminar: Nina Rosenbusch (University of Western Ontario). Title: The environment-strategy-performance link: A meta-analysis of 30 years of research. Time: 14.15 hrs. Place: 5414.0102

Thursday 3 February
IEB&M Seminar: Eelke Heemskerk (UvA). Title: Towards a social theory of corporate governance: Interlocking directorates and managerial decision-making. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Thursday 20 January
IEB&M Seminar: Rainer Haselmann (University of Bonn). Title: Tracing the real effects of lending supply shocks. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Thursday 13 January
IEB&M Seminar: Stephan Jank. Title: Creative destruction and asset prices. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

2010

Thursday 16 December
IEB&M Seminar: Ron Boschma (University of Utrecht). Title: How do regions diversify over time? Industry relatedness and the development of new growth paths in regions. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Friday 3 December
SOM Seminar: Erka Caro (University of Groningen). Title: Adjustment process of rural-to-urban migrants in Albania. An ethnographic approach. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5414.0101

Thursday 2 December
IEB&M Seminar: Erik Dietzenbacher. Title: Accounting for processing exports in China: The consequences for vertical specialization and CO2 emissions. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Tuesday 30 November
SOM Seminar: Michaël Deinema (University of Amsterdam). Title: Internationalization and the structural adaptations of the Dutch academic publishing industry since 1930. Time: 10.30 hrs. Place: 5414.0101

Tuesday 30 November
SOM Seminar: Camilla Devitt (European University Institute). Title: Shaping labour immigration: the role of labour market institutions in advanced democracies; Discussion of how labour market institutions contribute to determining levels and types of labour immigration. Time: 13.15 hrs. Place: 5414.0101

Thursday 25 November
IEB&M Seminar: Ferdinando Giugliano (Oxford University). Title: Productivity growth in interwar Italy in comparative perspective. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Thursday 18 November
IEB&M Seminar: Tamas Vonyo. Title: The economics of wartime destruction and post-war dislocation: Factor accumulation and productivity growth in West German industry, 1939-50. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0031

Thursday 11 November
IEB&M Seminar: Harry Wu (Hitotsubashi University). Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 4 November
IEB&M Seminar: Jordan Otten (Maastricht University). Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 16 September
IEB&M Seminar: Eddy Szirmai (Maastricht University). Title: Is manufacturing still an engine of growth in developing countries? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0230

Thursday 10 June
IEB&M Seminar: Henk Kox (CPB). Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0114

Thursday 3 June
IEB&M Seminar: Benedikt Goderis (Tilburg University). Title: The transnational origins of constitutions. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0114

Thursday 27 May
IEB&M Seminar: Winfried Ruigrok (University of Sankt-Gallen). Title: Defusing the differences: Top management team heterogeneity, firm performance, and the moderating role of age. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0101

Thursday 20 May
IEB&M Seminar: Peter Koudijs. Title: Optimal delay - Asset price movement in the absence of news: Theory and evidence from the 18th century. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0114

Thursday 6 May
IEB&M Seminar: Tristan Kohl. Title: The effect of GATT/WTO membership on trade: New & firmer evidence. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0114

Thursday 29 April
IEB&M Seminar: Adissu Lashitew. Title: Credit constraints, allocative efficiency and manufacturing productivity. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0114

Thursday 15 April
IEB&M Seminar: Bart van Ark. Title: India in the world economy. Time: 09.55 hrs. Place: 5419.0103

Thursday 15 April
IEB&M Seminar: Biswanath Goldar (Institute of Economic Growth, New Delhi). Title: Indian economic growth. Time: 16.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0124

Thursday 1 April
IEB&M Seminar: Nathan Lillie. Title: Transnational work and the evolution of sovereignty: A research proposal. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Thursday 25 March
IEB&M Seminar: Bas ter Weel (CPB). Title: Tasks, technology and trade. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0035

Tuesday 23 March
IEB&M Seminar: Johannes van Biesebroeck (University of Leuven). Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0025

Thursday 18 March
IEB&M Seminar: Miguel Rivera Santos (Babson College). Title: tba. Time: 09.30 hrs. Place: 5419.0101

Friday 19 March
IEB&M Seminar: Matthijs de Zwaan (University of Antwerp). Title: Religious pluralism, organizational diversity and city growth. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0124

Friday 19 March
IEB&M Seminar: Geoffrey J.D. Hewings (REAL, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Title: The macroeconomic effects of reactive suburban land use regulations: A simulation study fo Chicago using a spatial regional economteric input-output model. Time: 15.00  hrs. Place: 5419.0108

Thursday 25 February
IEB&M Seminar: Frank Jiang (University of Western Orlando). Title: Is foreign investment for outperformers or underperformance? The international expansion of Japanese machinery firms 1986-2002. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0114

Thursday 11 February
IEB&M Seminar: Joaquim Guilhoto (University of Sao Paulo). Title: Combining geoprocessing and interregional input-output systems: An application to the State of São Paulo in Brazil. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0114

Monday 1 February
IEB&M Workshop Industry dynamics, firm productivity, and economic growth. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0103. For information and registration, please contact Robbert Inklaar (R.C.Inklaar rug.nl) or Michael Koetter (m.koetter rug.nl)

Monday 25 January
IEB&M Seminar: Joyashree Roy (Jadavpu University, Kolkata). Title: Energy Efficiency in India: Trend and Macroeconomic Benefits. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007


Thursday 28 January
IEB&M Seminar: Roger Smeets. Title: Size matter! Export costs for heterogeneous Dutch firms. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0063

Thursday January 14
IEB&M Seminar: Sorin Krammer (MIT). Title: tba. Time: 10.00 hrs. Place: 5256.0222

Tuesday 19 January
IEB&M Seminar: Cuili Qian (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology). Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 21 January
IEB&M Seminar: Inge Lippert. Cancelled

Thursday January 7
IEB&M Seminar: David Kroon (Tilburg University). Title: Understanding organization identity dynamics in post-merger integration. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0063

2009

Thursday 17 December
IEB&M Seminar: Andreea Kiss (Georgia State University). Title: Opportunistic adaptation and new venture growth: exploring the link between cognition, action and growth. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0063

Thursday 10 December
IEB&M Seminar: Miriam Wilhelm (WZB Berlin). Title: The cooperative buying firm: Unlocking the potential of horizontal supply chain relations. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0063

Thursday 3 December
IEB&M Seminar: M. Rivera Santos (Babson College) has been cancelled.

Monday 23 November
IEB&M Seminar: Sathyajit Gubbi (Temple University). Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0111

Friday 27 November
Institutions seminar "The (non)sense of institutions. Taking stock and looking ahaed. Time: 12.00-16.00 hrs. Place: tba.

Thursday 19 November
IEB&M Seminar: Igor Kalinic (University of Padova). Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0063

Monday 9 November

IEB&M Seminar: Mark Patridge (Ohio State University). Title: Recent spatial growth dynamics in wages and housing costs: Proximity to urban production externalities and consumer amenities. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0113

Thursday 12 November
IEB&M Seminar: Saraï Sepulete (University of Utrecht). Title: An experimental study into the influence of works council advice on managerial decision-making. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0063

Wednesday 4 November
IEB&M Seminar: Umed Temurshoev. Title: Projection of supply and use tables. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Thursday 5 November
IEB&M Seminar: Rajiv Krishnan Kozhikode (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology). Title: Political pluralism and organization expansion: The banking industry in India, 1948-2003. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0063

Thursday 29 October
IEB&M Seminar: Achim Schmitt (Columbia Business School). Title: The turnaround process revisited: Insights into a sequential versus simultaneous perspective. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 22 October
IEB&M Seminar: Ian Greer (Leeds University Business School). Title: Employment relations in the workfare industry: An Anglo-German comparison. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0063

Thursday 15 October
IEB&M Seminar: Bas Straathof. Title: tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0063

Thursday 1 October
IEB&M Seminar: Andre van Hoorn (Radboud University Nijmegen). Title: The empirics of informal institutions and their economic consequences. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0063

Thursday  17 September
IEB&M Seminar: Maarten Bosker. Title: City seeds: The origins of the European city system. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0063

Thursday 10 September
IEB&M Seminar: Robert Inklaar. Title: Did negative technology shocks drive the Great Depression? An empirical analysis of interwar US manufacturing. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5416.0063

Thursday 9 July
IEB&M Seminar: Teresa Sanchis Llopis (University of Valencia). Title: International technology diffusion through patents during the second half of the XXth century. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5411.0745

Thursday 25 June
IEB&M Seminar: Richard Jong-A-Pin. Title: God is a DJ - The impact of genre diversity and genre depth on the popularity of Dutch Dance Parties. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0007

Tuesday 16 June
IEB&M Seminar: Philip McCann (Waikato Management School). Title: Migration, relationship capital and international travel: Theory and evidence. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0039

Wednesday 17 June
IEB&M Seminar: Faye Duchin (Rensselaer). Title: Models of the world. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0107

Thursday 18 June
IEB&M Seminar: Muzafarshah Habibullah (University Putra Malaysia). Title: ASEAN ten economies: Convergence or disvergence? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Thursday 4 June
IEB&M Seminar: Gjalt de Jong. Title: The evolution of national rules in democratic society: taking stock and looking ahead. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Thursday 28 May
IEB&M Seminar: Jim Kolari (Texas A&M). Title: Market exchange risk and the cross-section of expected stock returns. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0109

Monday 18 May
IEB&M Seminar: Balakrishnan Parasuraman (University of Malaysia). Title: Employee participation in Malaysia: JCC as a case study. Time: 13.00 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 14 May
IEB&M Seminar: Robert Inklaar. Title: Reconsidering Harrod-Balassa-Samuelson in a world with endogenous tradability. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Thursday 7 May
IEB&M Seminar: Umed Temurshoev. Title: Key group in networks and its optimal size. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Tuesday 21 April
SOM Seminar: Mrs. K. Blomkvist (Uppsala University). Title: Technology management in the MNC - the role of advanced foreign subsidiaries. Time: 11.30 hrs. Place: 5412.0028

Thursday 23 April
IEB&M Seminar: Tamas Vonyo (Oxford, Balliol College). Title: The bombing of Germany: The geography of wartime destruction and post-war dislocation in West German industry. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Thursday 16 April
IEB&M Seminar: Janneke Pieters. Title: The distributional effects of educational expansion in India. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Thursday 9 April
IEB&M Seminar: Jens Südekum (University of Duisburg-Essen). Title: Tba. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Thursday 2 April
IEB&M Seminar: Nathan Lillie. Title: Bringing the offshore ashore: Transnational production, industrial relations and the reconfiguration of sovereignty. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Thursday 26 March
IEB&M Seminar: Bas Straathof (CPB). Title: Europe's internal market at fifty: Over the hill? Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Thursday 19 March
IEB&M Seminar: Dirk Bezemer. Title: Indigenous slavery and Africa's long-term development. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105  

Thursday 12 March
IEB&M Seminar: Florian Becker-Ritterspach. Title: Practice transfer in MNEs as socially embedded translations. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Thursday 5 March
IEB&M Seminar: Jeroen Klomp. Title: Political budget cycles and election outcomes. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105

Thursday 19 February
IEB&M Seminar: Gerwin van der Laan. Title: The CEO pay-gap and acquisitive activity. Time: 12.00 hrs. Place: 5419.0105
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