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Date
Time
Series
Title
Speaker
01 Dec 15
16:30-16:30
Innovation, Top Income Inequality, and Social Mobility
Philippe Aghion
01 Dec 15
12:30-12:30
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Inducing Leaders to Take Risky Decisions: Dismissal, Tenure, and Term Limits
Philippe Aghion
30 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Graphic novels in (Central) Africa
Philippe Stassen
30 Nov 15
14:00-14:00
Topics in the Advanced Study of the US: Racial Inequality
Desmond King
29 Nov 15
16:30-16:30
Econometric Seminar
27 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Longing and Celebration in Capoeira Angola
Dr Zoë Marriage
27 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Ethnography at the Margins: Warrants, Puzzles, and Narrative Strategies
Prof. Javier Auyero
27 Nov 15
16:30-16:30
Robust Econometric Inference in Systems of Cointegrating and Predictive Regressions
Tassos Magdalinos
27 Nov 15
16:30-16:30
Information Acquisition, Referral and Organization
26 Nov 15
18:00-18:00
Civil Disobedience Beyond the State III
26 Nov 15
16:30-16:30
Economics Postdoc Seminar
26 Nov 15
13:00-13:00
Technological change as a determinant of redistribution preferences
Stefan Thewissen
25 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Sociology Seminar
Women’s employment in Europe and the importance of part-time jobs
Stefani Scherer
25 Nov 15
12:30-12:30
The 1866 Banking Crisis and Trade
Chenzi Xu
24 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Political Science Seminars
The Electoral Consequences of Labor Market Competition with Immigrants
Dr Henning Finseraas, Institut for Social Research, Oslo
24 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Games, Learning, and Networks Seminar
24 Nov 15
12:30-12:30
Economic Theory Lunchtime Workshop
Frictions and Equilibria in Insurance Markets
John Levy
23 Nov 15
14:00-14:00
Topics in the Advanced Study of the US: Racial Inequality
Desmond King
20 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Oxford Central African Forum
20 Nov 15
09:00-09:00
Non-linear models with non-stationary regressors
19 Nov 15
16:30-16:30
Does Maternal Depression Hamper Child Development?
19 Nov 15
13:00-13:00
Winner-Take-All Politics in Europe?
Karen Anderson
19 Nov 15
12:30-12:30
WHT seminar
18 Nov 15
17:00-17:00
Sociology Seminar
Reconceptualizing the welfare state.
Bea Cantillon
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