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CSE Dual Seminar Series

CSE organizes a seminar series featuring work on structural econometrics, econometric methods, and theory-based applied economics in different fields of the profession. One of the "innovations" of the seminar series is that we invite a junior economist (i.e., PhD student, recent PhD graduate or Assistant Professor) to give a talk on the same day as the main guest, who is a distinguished senior economist. The junior economist can be anyone recommended by the main guest (for example, one of their PhD students).

Unless otherwise indicated,the junior talk starts at 2:00 p.m. and the senior talk at 4:00 p.m. in the Boardroom at 2 Priory Road, with a coffee break between the two talks to provide an opportunity for informal conversations with either speaker.

Confirmed speakers 2010/11:
 
Tuesday Nov 23 and Wed Nov 24 2010.
 
Important note: the format and schedule of this first event of the academic year is slightly unusual. First, this time we will have two equally distinguished "main guests", as opposed to our usual senior-junior pairings. Second, the first seminar will take place at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov 22nd, replacing the Departmental seminar for that week, while the second seminar will take place at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov 23rd, in the slot normally used for internal seminars.
 
Guest #1: Susan Vroman (Georgetown University)
  "Directed Search in the Housing Market"
Guest #2: Jim Albrecht (Georgetown University)
  "Public Sector Employment in an Equilibrium Search and Matching Model"
Tuesday Feb 1st 2011.
Main guest: Harry Paarsch (University of Melbourne)
  "Competition and Post-Transplant Outcomes in Cadaveric Liver Transplantation under the MELD Scoring System"
Junior guest: No junior guest for this session
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For past years' programs of the CSE Dual Seminar series, please follow this link

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UoB Economics Departmental Seminar Series

Some sessions in the weekly Bristol Economics Departmental seminar series are joint with CSE. Those seminars are normally held on Tuesdays, 4.15-5.30pm, in the Institute of Public Affairs at 2 Priory Road. The current program is avilable through this link.

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