TiSEM - Tilburg School of Economics and Management

TiSEM's seminars: Economics Workshops

These workshops are organized by Patricio Dalton and will be held every Wednesday, at 13:00 hrs. If you have questions please contact P.A. Munoz.

Upcoming Internal workshop seminars 2022

  • April 6, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: Online via zoom
    Ashley Wong
    Title: Business Collaborations and Female Entrepreneurship
  • April 12, (Tuesday) seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: K1206
    Emel Ozturk
    Title: Failure to compensate or failure to reward? A decomposition of inequality of opportunity
  • April 13, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: K1206
    Basile Grassi
    Title: The Hitchhiker's Guide to Markup Estimation
    Host: Has van Vlokhoven
  • May 11, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: Tba
    Martin Salm
    Title: Does population sorting through internal migration increase regional inequality in health care costs and needs?
  • May 18, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: K 1206
    Yesim Orhun
    Title: INTRINSIC INFORMATION PREFERENCES AND SKEWNESS
  • May 25, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: K1206
    Jan Boone
    Title: The health effects of demand side cost sharing in European health insurance
  • June 1, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: K1206
    Jean Jacques Herings
    Title: Expectational Equilibria in Many-to-one Matching Models with Contracts
  • June 8, Dept meeting 13:00 hrs, Location: Tba Cancelled
  • June 15, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: K1206
    Bettina Siflinger
    Title: Tba
Overview Internal workshop seminars last year

PAST SEMINARS SPRING 2021

  • January 20, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Ron Berndsen
    Title: Five Fundamental Questions on Central Counterparties
  • February 3, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Elena Cettolin
    Title: Goals for Development: Experimental Evidence from Cassava Processors
  • February 17, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Shuai Chen
    Title: Rally Post-Terror
  • March 3, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Julio Grego
    Title: The cross-section of health risks
  • March 10, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Hans Joachim Voth
    Title: Going Viral: Nazi Marches and the Spread of Extremism
  • March 17, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Hazal Sezer
    Title: Killing Our Future: The Effect of School Shootings on Educational and Labor Market Outcomes
  • March 24, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Ben Vollaard
    Title: Mediation analysis
  • March 31, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Boris van Leeuwen
    Title: The Strategic Display of Emotions
  • April 7, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Tobi Klein
    Title: When and Why Do Buyers Rate in Online Markets?
  • April 14, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Guzman Ourens
    Title: When Immigrants Meet Exporters: A Reassessment of the Immigrant-Native Wage Gap
  • April 28, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Emel Ozturk
    Title: Reasonable and equitable sharing of an international river
  • May 12, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Sueda Evirgen
    Title: The Impact of Increased Female Political Representation on Marriage and Fertility Outcomes: Evidence from Rural India
  • May 19, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Jeff Campbell
    Title: Disagreement among Professional Forecasters about FOMC Forward Guidance
  • May 26, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Peerawat Samranchit
    Title: Welfare-decreasing Compatibility in Network Industries
  • June 2, seminar 13:00 hrs, Location: via zoom
    Martin van Tuijl
    Title: Copa America and UEFA Euro: a comparison