Séminaires en économie
Seminars in Economics
The Institute of Economic Research of the University of Neuchatel organizes lunch-time research seminars in economics.
These seminars started in Fall 2010 and as time went on became a regular appointment punctuating the agenda of our institutes.
The seminars provide a perfect opportunity for faculty members to present, in an informal setting, preliminary results of their ongoing research, and represent a chance to meet researchers coming from various universities in Europe and overeseas.
Please find the information about forthcoming and past speakers via the correspondent link on the navigator's vertical bar on the left-hand side of the screen.
Programme - Academic Year 2015-2016
|18-09||Puddu||UniNe||Dangerous Liaisons: Interest groups and politicians' votes. A Swiss perspective|
|25-09||Castro||Banco de España||The countercyclical capital buffer in Spain: an exploratory analysis of key guiding indicators|
|16-10||Martin||UIB||Why did Spanish cajas fail during the financial crisis?|
|23-10||Landis||ETHZ||Efficiency and Equity in Swiss Climate Policy - A First Assessment|
|06-11||Hirschberg||Paul Scherrer Institute||Integrated Energy and Mobility Assessment|
|13-11||Mayordomo||University of Navarra||
Dealing with Dealers: Sovereign CDS Comovements
|11-12||Kimmich||Swiss Federal Research Institute||Trust and contract choice: An experimental approach to Swiss wood supply chains|
|15-04||YASSIN S.||University of Neuchâtel||Reforming Employment Protection in Egypt: An Evaluation Based on Transition Models with Measurement Errors|
|22-04||ALVAREZ S.||University of Geneva||Playing with Fire? The Internationalization and Condition of Mexican Banks prior to the 1982 Debt Crisis|
|13-05||CULLMANN A.||DIW Berlin||Productivity growth and ownership in regulated firms|
|20-05||Zhuravleva T.||Toulouse School of Economics||A Dynamic Analysis of Demand for Childcare, Maternal Employment and Child Obesity in Russia|
|03-06||Moreau V.||Ecole Polytechnique Féderale de Lausanne (EPFL)||Decoupling Energy Consumption and Economic Growth: Counter Evidence from Embodied Energy in Swiss Trade|