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Time
Series
Title
Speaker
18 Nov 15
12:45-12:45
The Making and Possessing of Quality
Rachael Morton
17 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Political Science Seminars
How issue saliency makes parties change their positions
Christoffer Green-Pedersen
17 Nov 15
16:00-16:00
CSI Economics
Matthias Sutter
17 Nov 15
12:30-12:30
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Dynamically Eliciting Unobservable Information
Christopher Chambers
16 Nov 15
14:00-14:00
Topics in the Advanced Study of the US: Racial Inequality
Desmond King
13 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
The UK debate on the EU – a view from Europe
Natalie Nougayrede
13 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Burundi in Crisis
Rowan Popplewell
13 Nov 15
16:30-16:30
Estimation of Dynamic Nonlinear Random Effects Models with Unbalanced Panels
Jesus Carro
12 Nov 15
16:30-16:30
Economics Postdoc Seminar
11 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Sociology Seminar
Top Incomes and Inequality in the UK
Stephen Jenkins
11 Nov 15
12:45-12:45
Squeezing the Bears
William Quinn
11 Nov 15
12:00-12:00
Early morning changes in air traffic
Silvia Beghelli
10 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Political Science Seminars
State Violence and Wartime Civilian Agency: Evidence from Peru
Livia Schubiger
10 Nov 15
12:30-12:30
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Strategic Decentralization and the Provision of Global Public Goods
Cheng Wan
09 Nov 15
14:00-14:00
Topics in the Advanced Study of the US: Racial Inequality
Desmond King
06 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
In Conversation with Nuffield Warden, Andrew Dilnot
Nicola Blackwood
06 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
2016: a watershed for the Great Lake?
Douglas Carpenter
06 Nov 15
16:30-16:30
Econometric Seminar
06 Nov 15
12:30-12:30
The Curious Case of Social Change in 20th Century America
05 Nov 15
16:30-16:30
Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Trust Seminar
05 Nov 15
13:30-13:30
CESS: Orientation Workshop
Various
04 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Sociology Seminar
The end of the conservative German welfare state model
Martin Seeleib-Kaiser
04 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Roundtable Discussion: Navigating the Archive
Dr Halbert Jones, et al.
04 Nov 15
16:00-16:00
Chronic Stress, Behavioural Traits and Health-Related Choices
Michele Belot
04 Nov 15
12:30-12:30
Fiscal Capacity, Tax Composition and the (in)Stability of Government Revenues
Andrea Papadia
03 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Political Science Seminars
What is issue ownership and how should we measure it?
Professor Rune Stubager
03 Nov 15
14:15-14:15
The Blind Leading The Blind? Social Transmission of Financial Decision-Making Skills
Fulya Ersoy
03 Nov 15
12:30-12:30
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
How Business Community Institutions Can Help Fight Corruption
Avinash Dixit
02 Nov 15
14:00-14:00
Topics in the Advanced Study of the US: Racial Inequality
Desmond King
30 Oct 15
11:00-11:00
Sources and Resources Class
Anna Ross
29 Oct 15
13:00-13:00
Comparative Political Economy Series
Des King, David Rueda and Jane Gingrich
28 Oct 15
17:00-17:00
Making Research Relevant: Designing An Impact Strategy
Oliver Owen