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Date
Time
Series
Title
Speaker
30 Apr 19
12:45-13:45
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar - TT19 Week 1
Antonio Cabrales
29 Apr 19 to 30 Apr 19
09:00-20:00
2019 Oxford Graduate Conference in Political Theory
05 Mar 19
12:30-14:15
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Economic Theory Workshop - HT Term Week 8
Alexei Parakhonyak
26 Feb 19
12:45-13:45
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar - HT19 Week 7
Selmon Erol
19 Feb 19
12:30-14:15
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Social Context and Social Networks
Stephen Nei
12 Feb 19
12:45-13:45
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar - HT19 Week 5
Heinrich Nax
05 Feb 19
12:30-14:15
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Keeping your Listener Engaged: a Dynamic Model of Bayesian Persuasion
Konrad Meirendorff (with Yeon-Koo Che, and Kyungmin (Teddy) Kim)
29 Jan 19
12:45-13:45
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar - HT19 Week 3
David Myatt
22 Jan 19
12:30-14:15
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Market Imperfections in Trading Networks
Alex Teytelboym and Ravi Jagadeesan
15 Jan 19
12:45-13:45
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar - HT19 Week 1
Matt Elliot
29 Nov 18
11:00-12:30
Sociology Seminar
Exposure to Opposing Views can Increase Political Polarization: Evidence from a Large Scale Experiment on Social Media
Professor Chris Bail
29 Nov 18
11:00-12:00
Comparative Political Economy Class
29 Nov 18
11:00-12:00
Library Seminar
Open Access Oxford
Juliet Ralph and Clare Kavanagh
28 Nov 18
12:45-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
The Wage Depressing Effects of Equality? Japan 1750–1868
Yuzuru Kumon
27 Nov 18
17:00-18:30
Political Science Seminars
Ethnicity and Political Competition in Eastern Europe
Professor Jan Rovny
27 Nov 18
14:00-15:30
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
Political Responsibility: Virtue or Virtù?
Maeve McKeown
27 Nov 18
13:30-14:30
CESS Colloquium
Incentives to Sleep: An Experimental Analysis of Sleep Choices
Peiran Jiao
27 Nov 18
12:30-14:15
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Incentives for Collective Innovation
Gregorio Curello
27 Nov 18
11:00-12:00
Comparative Political Economy Class
22 Nov 18
11:00-12:30
Sociology Seminar
Family matters: a data-driven approach to dismantling the myth of the nuclear family
Dr Rebecca Sear
22 Nov 18
11:00-12:00
Comparative Political Economy Class
22 Nov 18
11:00-12:00
Library Seminar
Research Data Management
John Southall
21 Nov 18
12:45-14:00
Graduate Seminars in Economic History
Initial Determinants of Mexican Mass Migration
David Escamilla-Guerrero
20 Nov 18
17:00-18:30
Political Science Seminars
Not just self-selection or self-interest - taking education seriously in the study of political behaviour
Paula Surridge
20 Nov 18
14:00-15:30
Nuffield Political Theory Workshop
Resenting Resistance
Chong Ming Limb
20 Nov 18
13:30-14:30
CESS Colloquium
CESS Colloquium: Aluma Dembo
Aluma Dembo
20 Nov 18
12:45-13:45
Learning, Games and Networks Seminar
Targeting Interventions in Networks
Andrea Galeotti
20 Nov 18
11:00-12:00
Comparative Political Economy Class
16 Nov 18
17:00-18:30
Media and Politics Seminar
CANCELLED
Marco Varvello
16 Nov 18
17:00-19:00
Cognition and Migration Workshop 2018: Keynote addresses
Susan Fiske and Doug Massey
16 Nov 18
11:00-14:00
Political Remittances and Political Transnationalism
15 Nov 18
12:30-14:00
Comparative Political Economy Seminar
Productivity takes Leave? Examining the Impact of Maternity Leave Policies on Academic Careers
Vera Troeger