Department seminar. Christopher Costello is a professor of Environmental and Resource Economics at the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, UC Santa Barbara. He will present the paper: "Grandfathering with Anticipation".
M.Phil. Torje Meyer Hegna at Department of Economics will defend his thesis "The Firms They Are A-Changin' - Essays on Productivity and Investments in the 21st Century" for the PhD degree.
Department seminar. Eliana La Ferrara is a Professor of Economics at Bocconi University. She will present the paper: "The nerds, the cool and the central. Peer education and teen pregnancy in Brazil".
Department seminar. Antoine Bommier is a Professor and Chair of Integrative Risk Management and Economic at ETH Zürich. He will present the paper: "Disagreement Aversion".
Department seminar. Carolina Arteaga is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Toronto. She will present the paper: "A Manufactured Tragedy: The Origins and Deep Ripples of the Opioid Epidemic" (written with Victoria Barone).
Department seminar. Lucas Bretschger is a professor at Department of Management, Technology, and Economics at ETH Zürich. He will present the paper: “The Great Divide: Environmental Migration as a Response to Climate Change and Policy in North and South”.
Department seminar. Cristina Gualdani is an Assistant Professor in Economics at Queen Mary University of London, School of Economics and Finance. She will present the paper: "Price Competition and Endogenous Product Choice in Networks: Evidence from the US Airline Industry".
ESOP seminar. Till Requate is a professor for innovation economics, competition policy, and new institutional economics at Kiel University. He will present the paper: "Optimal network structure under expected technological change".
Department seminar. Thomas Buser is a Professor of Behavioral Applied Microeconomics at the University of Amsterdam and a research fellow at the Tinbergen Institute. He will present the paper: "Using genes to explore the effects of cognitive and non-cognitive skills on education and labor market outcomes" (written with Rafael Ahlskog, Magnus Johannesson, Philipp Koellinger and Sven Oskarsson).
Department seminar. Andrea Schneider is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Jönköping International Business School. She will present the paper: "Regulating the Sharing Economy: The Impact of Home-Sharing Ordinances on Commercial Airbnb Activity".
The workshop marks the start-up of the project, which is financed by The Norwegian Research Council (project number 324472) and with NTNU as the collaborating institution.
M.Phil. in Economics Helene Onshuus at Department of Economics will defend the thesis "Adaption to Major Life Events" for the PhD degree.
M.Phil. Vegard Sjurseike Wiborg at Department of Economics will defend the thesis "Four Essays on Uncertainty and Decision Making" for the PhD degree.
ESOP seminar. Rema Hanna is the Jeffrey Cheah Professor of South-East Asia Studies and Chair of the International Development Area at the Harvard Kennedy School. She will present: "Social Protection in Developing Countries: Lessons from Indonesia".
Department seminar. Anders Akerman is an Associate Professor at the University of Stavanger Business School. He will present the paper "Economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and fast vs efficient policy in Sweden" (joint with Karolina Ekholm, Torsten Persson, and Oskar N. Skans).
Department seminar. Maxwell Kellogg is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Retirement and Disability Research at the National Bureau of Economic Research, and will be joining the Economics Department at the University of Oslo as an Assistant Professor in the Fall of 2022. He will present the paper: "Household Self-Insurance and the Value of Disability Insurance in the United States".
Job talk. Martin E. Andresen is a senior research economist at Statistics Norway. He will present the paper "Bunching with multiple response variables: Estimating firm response to thin capitalization rules".
Job talk. Matteo Camboni is a PhD candidate at the Department og Economics at Northwestern University. He will present the paper "Monitoring Team Members: Information Waste and the Self-Promotion Trap".
Job talk. Johannes Fleck is a PhD candidate in economics at the European University Institute in Florence. He will present the paper "State Tax and Transfer Progressivity and the Household Consumption Response to Fiscal Stimulus".
Job talk. Ingrid Huitfeldt is a researcher in the Research Department at Statistics Norway. She will present the paper "Internal Labor Markets: A Worker Flow Approach".
Job talk. John Kramer is a PhD student at the Institute for International Studies at Stockholm University. He will present the paper "The Cyclicality of Earnings Growth along the Distribution - Causes and Consequences".
Job talk. Maria Alsina-Pujols is a PhD candidate at the Department of Economics of the University of Zurich. She will present the paper "Warming with Borders: Climate Refugees and Carbon Pricing".
Job talk. Maddalena Ronchi is a post-doctoral researcher at Bocconi University. She will present the paper "Daddy’s girl: Daughters, managerial decisions, and gender inequality".
Job talk. Danial Ali Akbari is a Doctoral student at Department of Economics at Lund University. He will present the paper "Affording Superstardom: Explaining Skill Premia's Convexity in Education".