Eilert Sundts hus
4th floor (map)
Moltke Moesvei 31
Dr Sarah Blacker will talk about how collaborative studies can enable the public to identify matters of concern and to participate in the research process in the case of contamination affecting Indigenous First Nations communities located near an oil extraction site in Canada.
ESOP seminar. Sang Yoon (Tim) Lee is Assistant Professor of Economics at Toulouse School of Economics. He will present the paper "Task-Specific Technological Change in a Multi-Sector Economy", written jointly with Yongseok Shin.
ESOP organises a workshop on learning in social situations as part of a two-day event marking the end of the centre's CoE-period.
How can we break the vicious cycle of increasing inequality and social unrest in the world today? Is there a future for society models with low inequality and high productivity?
Department seminar. Kalina B. Manova is Associate Professor at the University of Oxford. She will present the paper " Managing Trade: Evidence from China and the US ", written jointly with Nick Bloom, John van Reenen, Stephen Sun and Zhihong Yu.
Department seminar. Pietro Tebaldi is Assistant Professor at the University of Chicago. He will present the paper "Estimating Equilibrium in Health Insurance Exchanges: Price Competition and Subsidy Design under the ACA".
Staff lunch seminar. Amund Holmsen er Ekspedisjonssjef i Økonomiavdelingen i Finansdepartementet.
Department seminar. Etienne Lalé is Assistant Professor at the University of Bristol. He will present a paper entitled "The Rise of Part-time Employment", written jointly with Daniel Borowczyk-Martins.
Research impact – new frontiers and new approaches
Can a model that works well for affluent homogeneous Nordic societies be applied as a development strategy in poor and heterogeneous countries?
ESOP seminar. Johannes Urpelainen is Associate Professor at Columbia University. He will present his paper "Electoral Backlash or Positive Reinforcement? Wind Power and Congressional Elections in the United States", written jointly with Alice Tianbo Zhang.
Staff lunch seminar. Erlend Bø is a PhD-student at Statistics Norway. He will present the paper "Buy to let: Endogenous rents and investment buyers in a housing search model".
Department seminar. Wei Cui is Assistant Professor at the University College London. He will present a paper entitled "Search-Based Endogenous Asset Liquidity and the Macroeconomy", written jointly with Sören Radde.
Department seminar. Eric Swanson is Professor of Economics at UC Irvine. He will present his paper «Implications of Labor Market Frictions for Risk Aversion and Risk Premia».
ESOP seminar. Francisco Buera is senior economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. He will present a paper entitled "The Global Diffusion of Ideas", written jointly with Ezra Oberfield.
Staff lunch seminar. Ingrid Huitfeldt is PhD student at the Frisch Centre. She will present her paper "Regional Variation in Health Care: Does Education Matter?".
Department seminar. Simon Galle is Postdoc at BI. He will present his paper "Competition, Financial Constraints and Misallocation: Plant-level Evidence from Indian Manufacturing".
ESOP seminar. Andrea Mattozzi is Professor of Microeconomics at the European University Institute. He will present the paper "Public versus Secret Voting in Committees", written jointly with Marcos Y. Nakaguma.
The project partners came together for a workshop on Globalization, Institutions and the Welfare State at the UCL Department of Economics, London.
Jim Tybout is Professor of Economics at Pennsylvania State University. He will present a paper entitled "Two-sided Search in International Markets", written jointly with Eaton, Jinkins and Xu.
Norwegian Minister of Foreign affairs Børge Brende gave The ARENA Lecture 2016 at Blindern Campus on September 13th.
ESOP seminar. Adrien Auclert is Assistant Professor at Stanford University. He will present a paper entitled "Inequality and Aggregate Demand", written jointly with Matthew Rognlie.
Staff lunch seminar. Iacopo Morchio is Assistant Professor at the University of Vienna. He will present a paper entitled "A Quantitative Theory of Early Skills Formation and Parental Choices".
Kai Konrad is the Managing Director of Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance. He will present a paper entitled "Budget and Effort Choice in Sequential Colonel Blotto Campaigns".
Benjamin Moll is Assistant Professor at Princeton University. He will present the paper entitled "Monetary Policy According to HANK", written jointly with Greg Kaplan and Giovanni L. Violante.