Economics Lunchtime Seminars

Economics Lunchtime Seminars

The Economics Lunchtime Seminars welcome distinguished speakers to contribute to the series. The seminars normally take place on Wednesdays between 1.00pm and 2.00pm unless stated otherwise. 

Visitors to the University may find it helpful to consult the web-provided information for visitors as well as the map of Glasgow.

Advice on local accommodation and further details about our seminars can be requested from the Professor Herve Moulin or our School Research Team.

The Economics lunchtime seminar series gratefully acknowledges the support from the MacFie Bequest

2018-19

Semester 1

 Date Speaker  Topic Venue
26 September 2018 Professor Takashi Hayashi 'Investment in time preference and long-run distribution' LT 206, Level 2, West Quadrangle, Gilbert Scott (Main) Building 
3 October 2018 Professor Herve Moulin

'On line Fair Division'

LT 206, Level 2, West Quadrangle, Gilbert Scott (Main) Building 

Semester 2

 Date Speaker  Topic Venue
23 January 2019

Ms Elizaveta Victorova

'Welfare comparison of college admissions with restricted number of applications' LT 206, Level 2, West Quadrangle, Gilbert Scott (Main) Building 
30 January 2019

Mr Peter Bayer 

'Myopic and farsighted players in the local public goods game' LT 206, Level 2, West Quadrangle, Gilbert Scott (Main) Building 
20 February 2019

Professor Andy Zapechelnyuk

'Compromise, Don't Optimise: A Prior-Free Alternative to Bayesian Nash Equilibrium' (co-authored with Karl Schlag) Room 355, Level 3, West Quadrangle, Gilbert Scott (Main) Building 
6 March 2019

Mr Dominik Peters

'Truthful Aggregation of Budget Proposals' (co-authored with Rupert Freeman, David Pennock and Jennifer Wortman Vaughan) LT 206, Level 2, West Quadrangle, Gilbert Scott (Main) Building 
13 March 2019

Dr Dania Thomas & Dr Chizoba Obi

'Good faith in sovereign debt negotiations: the limits of contract design?' LT 206, Level 2, West Quadrangle, Gilbert Scott (Main) Building
27 March 2019

Professor Alexei Zakharov

'Social Status and Social Learning' (co-authored with Oxana Bondarenko) LT 206, Level 2, West Quadrangle, Gilbert Scott (Main) Building
17 April 2019

Mr Arsenii Paramonov

'Group strategy-proof flexible working hours assignment' LT 206, Level 2, West Quadrangle, Gilbert Scott (Main) Building
29 May 2019

Professor Takashi Hayashi

'Not just for the money, but...: the signalling role of wage offer in a shared-value project' Room 305, Level 3, West Quadrangle, Gilbert Scott (Main) Building

 


2017-18

 

Semester 1

 Date Speaker  Topic Venue
8th November 2017 Lovleen Kushwah 'Equity Risk Premium and Sovereign Debt' Rm 408F
29th November 2017 Luis Angeles

'On the Nature of Banks

Rm 408F
6th December 2017 Bram Driesen 'Topics in Fictitious Play' Rm 540a

 

Semester 2

Date Speaker Topic Venue

10th January 2018

Ioana Moldovan 'Stabilisation Policy in a New Keynesian Model with Job Search, Skills Erosion and Growth Effects' Rm 408f
17th January 2018 Souvik Datta

'The impact of indoor solid fuel use on the stunting of Indian children'

Rm 540a
31st January 2018 Hisayuki Yoshimoto

'Auction Mechanisms and Bidding Behavior in Bond Markets: Evidence from China'

Rm 540a
14th February 2018 Michele Lombardi 'Treading a fine line: (Im)possibilities for Nash implementation with partially-honest individuals' Rm 540a
7th March 2018 Patrick Harless

'A Social-Status Rationale for Repugnant and Protected Market Transactions' (joint work with Romans Pancs, ITAM)

Rm 408f
21st March 2018 Arjunan Subramanian

'Land titling “nudge” and production outcomes: Evidence from a randomized information field experiment in India' (joint work with Parmod Kumar, ISEC)

Rm 408f
11th April 2018 Moritz Mosenhauer 'Biased Managers and Management-by-Exception' Rm 540a
18th April 2018 Sai Ding 'Fiscal policy volatility and capital misallocation: Evidence from China' Rm 408f
25th April 2018 John Levy 'Competitive Equilibrium in Insurance Markets with Unbounded Cost' (joint work with Andre Veiga) LT206
2nd May 2018 Ning Zhang 'Asset home bias in debtor and creditor countries' Rm 540a
16th May 2018 Hisayuki Yoshimoto 'Winner’s Curse in Bond Markets' Rm 540a
23rd May 2018 Celine Azemar

'Tax Sparing and FDI: Evidence from Territorial Tax Reforms'

Rm 540a
30th May 2018 Alexander Kovalenkov 'Is cultural diversity a curse or a boon for economic performance?' Rm 540a

 


 

 


2016-17

Semester 1

Date/Time (1 - 2pm) Speaker (Uof G), Paper Title Venue

28 September 2016

Takashi Hayashi, University of Glasgow

“Social decision under uncertainty and responsibility for beliefs” 

Room 206 BSLT, Level 2, Main Building

09 November 2016

Erel Segal-Halevi, Bar-Ilan University  

"Fair Land Reform: How to Re-Divide Land Fairly?"

Room 206 BSLT, Level 2, Main Building

30 November 2016

Manipushka Mitra, ISI Kolkata

"A Rawlsian approach to the queueing problem". 

Room 206 BSLT, Level 2, Main Building

Semester 2

 

 

Date/Time (1 - 2pm) Speaker (Uof G), Paper Title Venue
22 February 2017

Takashi Hayashi, University of Glasgow

"Can everyone bene t from economic integration?"

Room 206 BSLT, Level 2, Main Building

1 March 2017

Patrick Harless, University of Glasgow

"Solidarity in social choice: A robust impossibility and a new compromise families" 

Room 206 BSLT, Level 2, Main Building

8 March 2017

Olga Gorelkina, University of Liverpool

"One Tick and You’re Out: The Effects of the Master Lever on Senator Positions"

Room 206 BSLT, Level 2, Main Building

15 March 2017

 Ipek Sanver, Bigli

"Roommate Problems with Capacity Constraint" 

Room 206 BSLT, Level 2, Main Building

19 April 2017

Atsushi Kajii, Kyoto University

"Ambiguity Information"

Room 206 BSLT, Level 2, Main Building

26 April 2017

Nejat Anbarci, University of Iowa

"Attraction Effect"

Room 206 BSLT, Level 2, Main Building


2015-16

Semester 1

Date/Time (1 - 2pm) Speaker (UofG), Paper Title Venue

16 Sept 2015

 

Yan Long: (Glasgow University)

 "Group selection under single-peaked preference:

A mechanism design approach". 

Room 540A, Level 5, ASBS, Main Building

30 Sept 2015

Alessia Campolmi: (Glasgow University)

"Trade Policy in Models with Monopolistic

Competition"

Room 206 BSLT, Level 2, Main Building

7 Oct 2015

Yannis  Vailakis: (Glasgow University)

"Discussion on sovereign debt and default incentives under (in)complete markets".

Room 368, Level 3, ASBS, Main Building

21 Oct 2015

Tatiana Kirsanova: (Glasgow University)

"Non-cooperative Monetary policy in a monetary union"

Room 206, Level 2, BSLT, Main Building

28 Oct 2015

Lovleen Kushwah: (Glasgow University)

"Country default in a monetary union."

Fore Hall, Gilbert Scott (Main) Building

4 Nov 2015

Herve Moulin: (Glasgow University)

"How to divide indivisible goods?"

Room 356, GS Conference Suite, Main Building

11 Nov 2015

Anna Bogomolnaia:

"The most ordinally-egalitarian of random voting rules"

Room 540A, Level 5, ASBS, Main Building

18 Nov 2015

Dimitris Korobilis:

"The most ordinally-egalitarian of random voting rules"

Room 368, Level 3, ASBS, Main Building

25 Nov 2015

Sayantan Ghosal: (Glasgow University)

"Internally constrained choice, poverty traps, stigma: theory and evidence"

Room 356, GS Conference Suite, Main Building

2 Dec 2015

Rebeca Echavarri: (Glasgow University)

****Seminar Cancelled****

Room 206, Level 2, BSLT, Main Building

 

Semester 2

Date/Time (1 - 2pm) Speaker/ Paper title Venue

10 Feb 2016

Sai Ding (Glasgow University)

"The effect foreign entry regulation on downstream productivity:

Microeconomic evidence from China."

Room 368, Level 3, ASBS, Main Building

02 March 2016 

Jeanette Findlay (Glasgow University)

"Socioeconomic Background and Participation in Higher Education"

Room 368, Level 3, ASBS, Main Building

30 March 2016

Hisayuki Yoshimoto, (Glasgow University)

"Lost in Transaction"

Room 206, BSLT, Main Building

27 April 2016 

Andy Zapechelnyuk (Glasgow University)

"Value of Information in Sequential Search Problems"

Room 305, Level 3, Main Building

18 May 2016

Arjunan Subramanian (Glasgow University)

“Dial Helpline ‘H’ for Help” 

Room 305, Level 3, Main Building