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Nijmegen Economics Seminars 2009

3 February
(seminar)

Erik de Gier (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Training vouchers and active labout market policy: An easy or uneasy marriage? (pdf, 145 kB)

More information: Ramzi Mabsout
17 February 
(seminar)

Ramzi Mabsout (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Power in households: Distentangling bargaining power

Discussant: Jeroen Smits

More information: Ramzi Mabsout
3 March
(reading group)

Introduced by Floris Heukelom:
Willman, P., M. Fenton-O'Creevy, et al. (2002). "Traders, Managers and Loss Aversion in Investment Banking: A Field Study." Accounting, Organizations and Society 27: 85-98.

More information: Floris Heukelom
10 March
(reading group)

Introduced by Eelke de Jong:
Tabellini, G. (2005). "Culture and Institutions: Economic Developments in the Regions of Europe". CESifo Working Paper series #1492.

More information: Floris Heukelom
17 March(seminar) Wade Hands (University of Puget Sound, USA)
The Road May Not Have Been Taken, But It Was Explored: Behavioral Economic Concerns in Early Twentieth Century Consumer Choice Theory (pdf, 735 kB)
More information:
Frank Bohn or Esther-Mirjam Sent
Monday
23 March (seminar)
Alex Cukierman (Tel Aviv University, Israel)
The Political Economy of Redistribution in the US in the Post World War II Era and the Delayed Impacts of the Great Depression - Evidence and Theory.
More information:
Frank Bohn
31 March
(reading group)

Introduced by Eelke de Jong:
Atoyan, R. and P. Conway (2006). "Evaluating the impact of IMF programs: A comparison of matching and instrumental-variable estimators." Review of International Organizations 1: 99-124.

More information: Floris Heukelom
12 May
(seminar)
Hilco van Elten (Nyenrode Business University)
Relative Performance Evaluation at the Middle-Management Level (pdf, 316 kB)
More information: Ramzi Mabsout or Ed Vosselman
19 May (seminar)

Kaleem Zahir-ul-Hassan (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Institutional entrepreneurship and field dynamics in the movement towards financial shared service centres and beyond (pdf, 246 kB).

More information: Ramzi Mabsout
26 May
(seminar)
Carsten Hefeker (University of Siegen)
Uncertainty and fiscal policy in an asymmetric monetary union (pdf, 217 kB)
More information:
Frank Bohn
2 June
(seminar)
Martin van Hees (University of Groningen)
Moral Responsibility and Causal Efficacy: A Game-Theoretic Account (pdf, 213 kB)
More information:
Frank Bohn
9 June
(seminar)

Edward Nik-Khah (Roanoke College, United States)
Getting Hooked on Drugs: The Chicago School, the Pharmaceutical Project, and the Construction of a Medical Marketplace.

More information:

Frank Bohn or Esther-Mirjam Sent

23 June (reading group)

Introduced by Aloys Wijngaards:
Elias Khalil (2000). "Symbolic products: Prestige, pride and identity goods." Theory and Decision 49: 53–77.

More information: Floris Heukelom
30 June
(seminar)

Floris Heukelom (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Origin and Interpretation of Internal and External Validity in Economics and Psychology.

Discussant: Jana Vyrastekova.

More information: Ramzi Mabsout

8 September
(seminar)
Albert de Vaal (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Social ties, knowledge spillovers and regional convergence (pdf, 184 kB)
More information: Eelke de Jong
22 September
(seminar)
Frank Bohn (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Disinformation and Political Cycles (pdf, 40 kB)
More information: Frank Bohn
13 October (seminar)

!!! Seminar takes place in Room TvA 1.0.09 !!!

Ewald Engelen (University of Amsterdam) 
Explaining the spatial dynamics of finance (pdf, 18 kB)

More information: Arnoud Lagendijk

!!!cancelled!!!
20 October
(seminar)

Daniel Stegmueller (University of Frankfurt and University of Mannheim)
Religion and Preferences for Redistribution in Contemporary Western Europe.
More information: Eelke de Jong
27 October
(seminar)
Tiago Mata (University of Amsterdam)
Metaphors of crisis, media in 2007-8
More information: Eelke de Jong

10 November
(seminar)

Abu Rizvi  (University of Vermont)
The Autonomy of Macro Explanations (doc, 24 kB)

More information: Esther-Mirjam Sent

17 November
(seminar)
Jan-Kees Helderman (Radboud University Nijmegen)
Exploring the Commons: the work of Elinor Ostrom, 2009 Nobel Prize laureate for Economics.
Background text: Elinor Ostrom (1998), "A Behavioral Approach to the Rational Choice Theory of Collective Action", American Political Science Review, 92(1): 1-22.
More information: Eelke de Jong
24 November
(seminar)
Marc Schauten (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Corporate Governance and the Value of Excess Cash Holdings of Large European Firms
More information: Eelke de Jong

15 December
(seminar)

Philip McCann (University of Grongingen)

Migration, Relationship Capital and International Travel: Theory and Evidence (doc, 376 kB)

More information: Eelke de Jong

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