Brown bag series

The brown bag seminar series is a forum where staff members and visitors to the School can present their work in progress. The seminars serve as a venue for constructive discussion and a place to share ideas at the very frontier of research and at a preliminary stage of development.

Seminars take place in Castlecliffe, F2, on Wednesdays between 1pm and 2pm, unless stated otherwise.

Organiser: Irina Merkurieva

Upcoming talks

Semester 2, 2017-2018

DateSpeakerTitleAffiliation
14 February 2018 Radek Stefanski
Alex Trew
The Conquering Virtues of Patience University of St Andrews
07 March 2018 Anton Kolotilin Relational Communication with Transfers UNSW Business School
04 April 2018 Toman Barsbai The Economics of Family Reunification University of St Andrews
11 April 2018 Matthew Knowles The Clarity Incentive For Issue Engagement in Campaigns University of St Andrews
18 April 2018 Martin Browning Do you have time to take a walk together? Private and joint time within the household University of Oxford
09 May 2018 Frank Warnock Benchmarking International Portfolio Flows Darden Graduate School of Business, University of Virginia
23 May 2018 Charlie Chen Persistent Bias in Advice-Giving Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen

Archive of previous brown bag meetings

Semester 1, 2017-2018

DateSpeakerTitleAffiliation
20 September Sebastian Braun The New PGT Marking System University of St Andrews
  Margaret Leighton Peer review and feedback University of St Andrews
  Luca Savorelli Digital tools and direct polling University of St Andrews
18 October Kemal Ozbek Mood-driven Choices and Self-regulation University of St Andrews
1 November Margaret Leighton Labor Market Returns to College Major Specificity: Now with Data! University of St Andrews
15 November David Ulph Too much of a Good Thing? University of St Andrews
22 November Nikolay Chernyshev From Productivity Shifts to Economic Growth: Intersectoral Linkage as an Amplifying Factor University of St Andrews
29 November Student Support Services Informational Talk University of St Andrews
06 December Katerina Petrova Robust Inference in the Presence of Distributional Misspecification of VAR Models University of St Andrews
13 December Radek Stefanski What is in a wedge? Distortions in oil industry. University of St Andrews

Semester 2, 2016-2017

DateSpeakerTitleAffiliation
22 February Nikolay Chernyshev R&D Cyclicality and Composition Effects: A Unifying Approach University of St Andrews
29 March Nathaniel Throckmorton The Zero Lower Bound and Endogenous Uncertainty College of William and Mary
12 April Roderick McCrorie Mild explosivity in recent oil prices University of St Andrews
19 April Oliver de Groot Global vs local methods in the quantitative analysis of open economy models with incomplete markets University of St Andrews
26 April Min Zhang Is public information good for social learning? University of St Andrews
17 May Matthew Polisson How Restrictive Is Additive Separability? University of St Andrews
24 May Gerhard Toews Resource Discoveries, FDI Bonanzas, and Local Development: Evidence from Mozambique University of Oxford

Semester 1, 2016-2017

DateSpeakerTitleAffiliation
21 September George Evans Interest Pegs in New Keynesian Models University of Oregon & St Andrews
12 October Luc Bridet Groupthink Cycles University of St Andrews
26 October Paola Manzini Bounded Cognition and Population Choices University of St Andrews
02 November Margaret Leighton Social Preferences and Female Labor Force Participation in Violence-Stricken Communities University of St Andrews
09 November Stephen Millard How do shocks and frictions within financial markets affect real economy? Bank of England
23 November David Ulph Subjective Well-Being, Peer Comparisons, and Optimal Income Taxation   University of St Andrews
30 November Sebastian Braun Sources of Regional Variation in the Integration of Forced Migrants: Evidence from Post-War Gerrmany  University of St Andrews
07 December Kemal Ozhan Interest Rate Uncertainty as a Policy Tool University of St Andrews