Guest lectures and seminars - Page 9
OFS seminar. Michael Best is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Columbia University. He will present a paper entitled "Incentives and the Allocation of Authority in Organizations: A Field Experiment with Bureaucrats" co-authored by Oriana Bandiera, Adnan Khan, and Andrea Prat.
The seminar will discuss three recently published books which deal with challenging questions of identity and belonging, as well as terrorism.
ESOP seminar. Isaac Sorkin is an Assistant Professor at Stanford University. He will present a paper entitled "Bartik Instruments: What, When, Why and How" co-authored by Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham and Henry Swift.
Francesca R. Jensenius is the winner of the Nils Klim Prize 2018. In this seminar she presents from her most recent research, a forthcoming book about micro-level voting patterns in India.
Department seminar. Ralph Winkler is a Professor at the University of Bern. He will present a paper entitled "Incentives for Technology Investments in International Climate Policy".
ESOP seminar. Annette Alstadsæter is a Professor at Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU). She will present a paper entitled "Accounting for Business Income in Measuring Top Income Shares: Integrated Accrual Approach Using Individual and Firm Data from Norway" co-authored by Martin Jacob, Wojciech Kopczuk, and Kjetil Telle.
Department seminar. David Myatt is a Professor of Economics at the London Business School. He will present a paper entitled "Advertising, List Prices, and Discounts in a Robust Clearinghouse Model of Sales" co-authored by David Ronayne.
Department seminar. Fulvio Castellacci is the director of the TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture at the University of Oslo. He will present a paper entitled "Internet Use and the U-shaped relationship between Age and Well-being" co-authored by Henrik Schwabe.
Department seminar. Chang-Koo Chi is a Assistant Professor at the Department of Economics at Norwegian School of Economics (NHH). He will present a paper entitled "Relational Incentive Contracts and performance Measurement" co-authored by Trond E. Olsen.
ESOP seminar. Kalina Manova is an Associate Professor at University College London. She will present a paper entitled "Productivity, (Mis)allocation and Trade" co-authored by Antoine Berthou, Jong Hyun Chung and Charlotte Sandoz.
Department seminar. Stéphane Zuber is a researcher at CNRS and the Paris School of Economics. He will present a paper entitled "Integrated assessment of climate and population change: A first pass" co-authored by Antonin Pottier, Marc Fleurbaey, and Aurélie Méjean.
Department seminar. Lorenzo Caliendo is a Professor of Economics at the Yale University School of Management. He will present a paper entitled "Distortions and the Structure of the World Economy" co-authored by Fernando Parro and Aleh Tsyvinski.
ESOP seminar. Ingar Haaland is a PHD candidate at NHH - Norwegian School of Economics. He will present a paper entitled "Beliefs about Racial Discrimination: Representative Evidence" co-authored by Christopher Roth.
Department seminar. Federica Coelli is a researcher at UiO . She will present a paper entitled "Trade policy uncertainty and innovation: evidence from China".
Department seminar. Balázs Szentes is a Professor at the London School of Economics. He will present a paper entitled "Optimal Monitoring Design" co-authored by George Georgiadis.
Department seminar. Caroline Paunov is Senior Economist and Head of Secretariat for the OECD Working Party on Innovation and Technology Policy (TIP) at the Directorate for Science, Technology, and Innovation of the OECD. She will present a paper entitled "The economic impact of the digital transformation".
ESOP seminar. Kohei Kamaga is an Associate Professor at Sophia University. He will present a paper entitled "General extensions of population principles to infinite-horizon social evaluation".
Department seminar. Tony Smith is a Professor of Economics at Yale University. He will present a paper entitled "The Historical Evolution of the Wealth-Distribution: A Quantitative-Theoretic Investigation", co-authored by Joachim Hubmer and Per Krusell.
Department seminar. Jakob Munch is a Professor at the University of Copenhagen. He will present a paper entitled "Globalization and CEO Pay: Good Managers or Good Luck?", co-authored by Svend Andersen and David Hummels.
Professor Hannah Landecker is visiting TIK on Tuesday the 30th of October, and she will be presenting the paper "The Food of our Food: Medicated Feed and the Industrialization of Metabolism".
ESOP seminar. Kjetil Bjorvatn is a Professor at NHH - Norwegian School of Economics. He will present a paper entitled "Women’s Economic Empowerment and Fertility: Long-Term Experimental Evidence from Tanzania"
Department seminar. Glen Weyl is a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research New York City. He will present a paper entitled "Taking Vickrey Seriously, Not Literally", co-authored with Vitalik Buterin
Department seminar. Dinand Webbink is a Professor of Policy Evaluation at the Erasmus School of Economics in Rotterdam. He will present a paper entitled "The Price of Forced Attendance" co-authored by Sacha Kapoor and Matthijs Oosterveen.
Professor William E. Scheuerman will give a presentation 'Can Political Institutions Commit Civil Disobedience?' at the seminar at the Faculty of Law. The seminar is jointly organised by the Department of Public and International Law and ARENA.