Bilbonomics

The Bilbonomics seminars are is organised by the department of Foundations of Economic Analysis II.

For any information please contact P. Ubeda.


FUTURE AND PAST SEMINARS (SINCE SEPTEMBER 2011)

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2015

Oct
23

Alessandro Maravalle (Banque de France)

Has the voracity effect lost appetite? Policy reforms, growth an dinequality with heterogeneous groups

Oct
21

Christiane Schwieren (University of Heidelberg)

Chronic stress and economic decisions - individual and interactive experiments

Sep
24

Ana Ortiz de Guinea (HEC Montreal)

An overview of the field of management information systems through a few example of my own work

Jul
3

Beatriz Manotas (Universidad Pública de Navarra)

Does globalization promote civil war? An empirical research

Jun
8

Yolanda Rebollo (Universidad Pablo de Olavide)

Gender Differentials in Unemployment Ins and Outs during the Great Recession in Spain

Jun
5

Steve Stillman (University of Otago and University of the Basque Country)

The Impact of Early Career Peers and Job Opportunities on Lifetime Success

May
15

Ana Mauleon (Université Saint-Louis Bruxelles and FNRS)

Stability of Networks under Level-K Farsightedness

Mar
27

Juan Francisco Jimeno (Banco de España)

Employment Protection Legislation and Labor Court Activity in Spain. Joint with M. Martínez-Matute and J.S. Mora-Sanguinetti

Mar
13

Miguel Sánchez-Romero (Vienna Institute of Demography)

Education, Lifetime Labor Supply, and Longevity Improvements” (con H. d’Albis y A. Prskawetz)

Feb
2

Dan Levin (Ohio State University)

A Generalized Winner's Curse: An Experimental Investigation of Complexity and Adverse Selection. Joint with G. Charness and D. Schmeidler

Jan
29

Antonia Diaz (University Carlos III Madrid)

Capital goods, measured TFP and growth: The case of Spain

2014

Nov
21

Gergely Hovárth (University of Erlangen Nuremberg)

Correlated samples, the law of small numbers and bank runs

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Oct
31

Rebeca Morton (New York University)

Political Polarization and Support for Reform: Experimental Evidence from Egypt

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Oct
24

Javier Gardeazabal (UPV/EHU)

INTERPOL’s surveillance network in curbing transnational terrorism

Sep
22

Steve Stillman (University of Otago)

What Determines Individual Perceptions about Political Parties and How Does This Influence Voting Behaviour?

Jul
21

Idoia Aguirre (UPV/EHU)

A deeper look at US revision processes

Jul
11

Paloma Ubeda (UPV/EHU)

Labor market transitions and the acknowledgment of earned entitlement: a lab experiment in the field

Jul
4

Fernanda Gutierrez (Universidad de Oviedo)

Do movie Majors really collude? Indirect evidence from release schedules

Jun
20

Alexander Vostroknutov (Maastricht University)

Norms Make Preferences Social

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Jun
5

William Addessi (University of Sassari)

Preference shifts and multi-sectorial models

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May
16

Pedro Bom (University of Vienna)

Fiscal Rules and the Intergenerational Welfare Effects of Public Infrastructure

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May
9

Francesco Pappadà (HEC Lausanne)

Euro area external imbalances and the burden of adjustment

Apr
4

Inés Macho (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

Endogenous Matching in University-Industry Collaboration: Theory and Empirical Evidence from the UK. Joint with A. Banal-Estañol and D. Pérez-Castrillo

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2013

Nov
22

Gonzalo F. de Córdoba (Universidad de Málaga)

Public debt frontiers: The Greek case

Nov
14

Pablo Aguilar (UPV/EHU)

Data revision in the analysis of extended DSGE models

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