Seminars

Economics Department sponsors a weekly seminar series in which UNH faculty, visiting faculty and advanced graduate students present original research papers and receive feedback. Graduate students are key participants in the seminar, earning credits during their first three years in the program for attending presentations, reviewing papers and eventually presenting their own work.

Seminars are held Fridays from 2:10-3:30 pm. All UNH faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend.
Papers are available outside of Paul College room 250 the week of the seminar.

GRADUATE ECONOMICS SEMINAR

Term III/Spring 2017
Location - PAUL 215 (unless otherwise *noted)
FRIDAYS 2:10-3:30 PM

Questions? Please contact faculty organizer:
Deniz Ozabaci, Assistant Professor of Economics

Deniz.Ozabaci@unh.edu

January 6

Son T. Nguyen (University of New Hampshire) "Currency Swings, Conventional Approaches, and Evidence from Literature"

January 13

Ben S. Brewer (University of New Hampshire) “Click It or Give It: Increased Seat Belt Enforcement and Organ Donation”​

January 20

Burcu Eke Rubini (University of New Hampshire)

January 27

Tevfik Aktekin (University of New Hampshire) “Sequential Bayesian Analysis of Multivariate Count Data”

February 3*
12:40-2:00 PM

James Ryan Hickey (University of New Hampshire) “Micro- vs Macro-efficiency: What Can We Learn from Relative Stock Prices?”

February 10

Jaroslav Horvath (University of New Hampshire) “Isolating the Disaster Risk Premium with Equity Options”

February 17

Xiang Hui (Massachusetts Institute of  Technology)

March 3

Bruce Elmslie (University of New Hampshire) “Adam Smith's Discovery of Trade Gravity”

March 10*
12:40-2:00 PM

A. Christopher Limnios (Providence College) “Monetary Policy Operating Procedures, Lending Frictions, and Employment”