Research

Seminars and invited lectures

CEMFI is a very active institution in terms of organizing research seminars and invited lectures throughout the year.

SEMINARS THIS WEEK

2 February 2015

Job Market Worskhop (13:30 h) *

Lea Cassar (University of Zurich)

Optimal Contracting with Endogenous Project Mission

3 February 2015

Job Market Worskhop (13:30 h) *

Jacob Cosman (University of British Columbia)

Industry Dynamics and the Value of Variety in Nightlife: Evidence from Chicago

4 February 2015

Job Market Worskhop (13:30 h) *

Alexei Abrahams (Brown University)

Hard Traveling: Commuting Costs and Welfare in the Second Palestinian Uprising

5 February 2015

Job Market Worskhop (13:30 h) *

Sebastian Dyrda (University of Minnesota)

Fluctuations in Uncertainty, Efficient Borrowing Constraints and Firm Dynamics

6 February 2015

Job Market Worskhop (13:30 h) *

Ameet Morjaria (Harvard University)

Competition and Relational Contracts: Evidence from Rwanda’s Coffee Mills

SEMINARS NEXT WEEK

13 February 2015

Empirical Microeconomics Workshop (13:30 h) *

Joe Altonji (Yale University)

Group-Average Observables as Controls for Sorting on Unobservables when Estimating Group Treatment Effects: The Case of School and Neighborhood Effects

(with Richard K. Mansfield)

* Confirmation of attendance is required

Seminars are drawn up in several formats:

  • CEMFI seminar This is our regular seminar series and covers all sort of topics in microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics or finance. Meetings are normally held every other Thursday at 5:00pm and last for 90 minutes.
  • Econometrics Workshop This seminar series is concerned with current research topics in the theory and applications of econometrics. Meetings are held at 1:30pm and last for 75 minutes.
  • Empirical Microeconomics Workshop (formerly, PEW) This seminar series is concerned with current research topics in empirical microeconomics, including (but not restricted to) development economics, political economy, labor economics, and urban economics. This series is jointly organized with the Economics Department of Universidad Carlos III and the Research Division of Banco de España. Its current organizers are Irma Clots (Universidad Carlos III), Laura Hospido (Banco de España) and Monica Martinez-Bravo (CEMFI). Meetings are held at 1:30pm and last for 75 minutes.
  • Firms, Innovation, Regulation, Markets, and Strategy Workshop (FIRMS) This seminar series is concerned with current research topics in theoretical and applied microeconomics. Meetings are held at 1:30pm and last for 75 minutes.
  • Job Market Workshop This seminar series includes presentations by candidates considered for possible recruitment as CEMFI faculty.
  • Lunchtime seminar This seminar series covers all sort of topics and is organized on an ad hoc, flexible basis. Meetings are held at 1:30pm and last for 75 minutes.
  • Madrid Macroeconomics Workshop (MadMac) This seminar series focuses on macroeconomics and is jointly organized with the Economics department of Universidad Carlos III since 1996. Its current organizers are Matthias Kredler (Universidad Carlos III) and Josep Pijoan-Mas (CEMFI). Meetings are held at 1:30pm and last for 75 minutes.
  • PROFS@CEMFI Workshop This seminar series allows CEMFI professors to present their own research, normally at a preliminary stage. Meetings are held at 1:30pm and last for 75 minutes.

You may subscribe to email notifications of our various seminar series. You also can subscribe to iCalendar versions of our seminar announcements.

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