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Seminars


06-05-2016 | Lunch Seminar: Eiji YAMADA (SciencesPo)
Friday Lunch Seminars are organised by Joan MONRAS. NB Please note that this seminar is open EXCLUSIVELY to the SciencesPo community (students, professors, researchers, and administrative staff) who have valid SciencesPo ID. Link to detailed information concerning access to SciencesPo buildings and safety instructions in accordance with the present state of emergercy ordered by the French President (link)
09-05-2016 | Departmental Seminar: Alexandre MAS (Princeton)
"Does Disclosure affect CEO Pay Setting? Evidence from the Passage of the 1934 Securities and Exchange Act" Seminar organized by Elise Huillery and Guillaume Plantin NB Please note that this seminar is open EXCLUSIVELY to the SciencesPo community (students, professors, researchers, and administrative staff) who have valid SciencesPo ID. Link to detailed information concerning access to SciencesPo buildings and safety instructions in accordance with the present state of emergercy ordered by the French President (link)
10-05-2016 | TRADE Seminar Sciences Po/PSE : John E. MCLAREN (University of Virginia)
"Are Immigrants a Shot in the Arm to the Local Economy?" (joint with Gihoon Hong) The next Sciences Po-PSE Trade Seminar will host Treb ALLEN (Northwestern) on May 24th.  
11-05-2016 | Seminar Banque de France / Sciences Po: Jean-Pierre LANDAU (SciencesPo)
The next Banque de France/Sciences Po Research Seminar "Banks and the Financial System: what regulation?" will host Jean-Pierre LANDAU (Affiliated Professor at SciencesPo) on the theme: Macroprudential Policy and Liquidity The Seminar will also host Michel CROUHY (Head of Quantitative Research at Natixis) who will provide a banker’s point of view. Banque de France / Sciences Po Research Seminars discuss issues on banking, financial systems and financial regulation. The objective is to confront the approaches and ideas of academics and practitioners. NB Registration is MANDATORY for outside publics. If you would like to attend, please send an email to Maria Pilar Calvo Alvarez Seminars are organized by Vivien Levy-Garboua (BNP Paribas), Robert Ophèle (Banque de France), Guillaume Plantin (Professor at SciencesPo). Please note that the next seminars will take place on: -  May 31, 2016, Michael Kumhof (Bank of England) on banking models - June 7, 2016, François Villeroy de Galhau (Gouverneur de la Banque de France) will chair a roundtable on the new issue of the Financial Stability Review
12-05-2016 | PEPES Seminar : Tim BESLEY (LSE)
"Democratic Values and Institutions" (joint with Torsten Persson) PEPES Seminars are organised by Oliver Vanden Eynde (PSE), Quoc-Anh DO (SciencesPo) and Ruben DURANTE (SciencesPo).
13-05-2016 | Lunch Seminar: Etienne FIZE (SciencesPo)
Theme: TBA More about Etienne FIZE and his research   Friday Lunch Seminars are organised by Joan MONRAS. NB Please note that this seminar is open EXCLUSIVELY to the SciencesPo community (students, professors, researchers, and administrative staff) who have valid SciencesPo ID. Link to detailed information concerning access to SciencesPo buildings and safety instructions in accordance with the present state of emergercy ordered by the French President (link)
19-05-2016 | PEPES Seminar : Daniel TREISMAN (UCLA)
  PEPES Seminars are organised by Oliver Vanden Eynde (PSE), Quoc-Anh DO (SciencesPo) and Ruben DURANTE (ScienecsPo).
23-05-2016 | Departmental Seminar: Mathias THOENIG (HEC Lausanne)
  Seminar organized by Elise Huillery and Guillaume Plantin NB Please note that this seminar is open EXCLUSIVELY to the SciencesPo community (students, professors, researchers, and administrative staff) who have valid SciencesPo ID. Link to detailed information concerning access to SciencesPo buildings and safety instructions in accordance with the present state of emergercy ordered by the French President (link)
26-05-2016 | Exceptional Seminar: Pauline GROSJEAN (UNSW Australia Business School)
"Render Unto Caesar: Welfare, Charity, and Political Islam" (joint with...

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