TiSEM - Tilburg School of Economics and Management

TiSEM's seminars: Economics

The seminars are organized by Burak Uras and Mery Ferrando and will be held every Tuesday. If you have questions please contact P.A. Munoz.

Upcoming seminars

Spring 2022

  • March 29, 13:00 hrs, location: K 1206
    Michal Kobielarz
    KU Leuven
    Title: A Theory of International Unions with Exits
    Host: Burak Uras
  • April 5, 13:00 hrs, location: K 1206
    Do-Shin Jeon
    Toulouse School of Economics
    Title: Platform Competition, Ad-valorem Commissions and App Development
    Host: Jens Prufer
  • April 12, 13:00 hrs, location: K 1206 (Internal workshop Seminar)
    Emel Ozturk
    Title: tba
  • April 13, (Wednesday) 13:00 hrs, location: K 1206
    Basile Grassi
    Bocconi University
    Title: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to Markup Estimation*
    Host: Has van Vlokhoven
  • April 19, 13:00 hrs, location: K 1206
    Marcel Fafchamps
    Stanford University
    Title: Female Empowerment and the Intrinsic Demand for Agency: Experimental Evidence from Nigeria
    Host: Elena Cettolin
  • April 20, 13:00 hrs, location: K 1206
    Mushfiq Mobarak
    Yale University
    Title: Agricultural Productivity and Deforestation Evidence from Brazil
    Host: Patricio Dalton
  • April 26, 13:00 hrs, Dept Meeting location: Tba
  • May 10, 13:00 hrs, location: K 1206
    Chang-Tai Hsieh
    Chicago Booth
    Title: Romer or Ricardo
    Host: Burak Uras
  • May 17, 13:00 hrs, location: via zoom (cancelled)
    Uta Schoenberg
    University College London
    Title: tba
    Host: Mery Ferrando
  • May 24, 13:00 hrs, location: Tba
    Franck Portier
    Toulouse School of Economics
    Title: Does it Matter to Assume that U.S. Monetary Authorities Follow a Taylor Rule?
    Host: Florian Sniekers
  • May 31, 13:00 hrs, location: Tba
    Frank Schilbach
    MIT Economics
    Title: The Long-Run Effects of Psychotherapy on Depression and Beliefs
    Host: Patricio Dalton
  • June 7, 13:00 hrs, location: via zoom
    Zeina Hasna
    University of Cambridge
    Title: The Grass Is Actually Greener on the Other Side: Evidence on Green Multipliers from the United States
    Host: Burak Uras
  • June 14, 16:00 hrs, location: via zoom
    Paola Giuliano
    UCLA
    Title: The Seeds of Ideology: Historical Immigration and Political Preferences in the United States
    Host: David Schindler
  • June 21, 13:00 hrs, location: K 1206
    Volker Nocke
    University of Mannheim
    Title: tba
    Host: Guzman Ourens
  • June 22, 13:00 hrs, location: K 1206 (Wednesday)
    Chang-Tai Hsieh
    Chicago Booth
    Title: Romer or Ricardo
    Host: Burak Uras
  • June 28, 13:00 hrs, location: K 1206
    Warn N. Lekfuangfu
    Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
    Title: tba
    Host: Patricio Dalton
Overview seminars last year

Past seminars

  • Jonathan Klick 
    University of Pennsylvania Law School 
    Title: The Ineffectiveness of ‘Observe and Report’ Patrols on Crime (joint with Marco Fabbri)
  • Nadine Ketel     
    Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
    Titel: Scaring or scarring? Labour market effects of criminal victimization (Joint with Anna Bindler)
  • Sascha Becker  
    University of Warwick
    Titel: Forced Migration and Human Capital: Evidence from Post-WWII Population Transfers
  • Timo Boppart    
    Stockholm University
    Titel: A Theory of Falling Growth and Rising Rents
  • Makoto Watanabe         
    VU Amsterdam
    Titel: Rational bubbles and middlemen
  • Kalina Manova 
    University College London
    Titel: Productivity, (Mis)allocation and Trade
  • Josh Dean           
    University of Chicago Booth School of Business
    Titel: Noise, Cognitive Function, and Worker Productivity
  • Selma Walther 
    University of Sussex
    Titel: Fertility and Labor Market Responses to Reductions in Mortality
  • Lint Barrage       
    Brown University
    Titel: Flood Risk Belief Heterogeneity and Coastal Home Price Dynamics: Going Under Water?
  • Russell Golman
    Carnegie Mellon University
    Title: The Demand for, and Avoidance of, Information.
  • Katrine Loken   
    Norwegian School of Economics
    Titel: School Environment, Field of Study and Health
  • Tanya Rosenblat       
    University of Michigan
    Titel: The Role of Memory in Belief Formation
  •  Amedeo Piolatto    
    Autonomous University of Barcelona
    Titel: Who Sent You? Extreme Voting, Transfers and Bailouts in a Federation
  • Matt Lowe         
    Briq Institute
    Titel: Now You See Me: The Returns to Visibility for Politicians
  • Rachel Kranton
    Duke University
    Titel: Deconstructing Group Bias 
  • Emanuel Vespa
    University of California
    Titel: Failures in Contingent Reasoning: The Role of Uncertainty
  • Leah Boustan
    Princeton University
    Titel: Paving the Streets of Gold: Immigration and the American Dream Over Two Centuries
  • Davide Dragone
    University of Bologna
    Title: Testing Rational Addiction: When Lifetime is Uncertain, One Lag is Enough (with Davide Raggi)
  • Manuel Garcia Santana
    University Pompeu Fabra
    Title: Investment Demand and Structural Change
  • Karen Macours
    Paris School of Economics
    Title: Education, Income and Mobility: Experimental Impacts of Childhood Exposure to Progresa after 20 Years
  • Stefano Colonnello
    Halle Institute for Economic Research
    Title: Effectiveness and (In)Efficiencies of Compensation Regulation: Evidence from the EU Banker Bonus Cap
  • Emircan Yurdagul
    University Carlos III of Madrid
    Title: Endogenous Hours and the Wealth of Entrepreneurs
  • Jon de Quidt
    Stockholm University
    Title: Can Market Design Help the World’s Poor? Evidence from a Lab Experiment on Land Trade*