Seminar Series

 

Research Seminar Series 2018-2019




The Department of Economics seminars are held on Fridays at 2pm in KB1-11 (Economics Lab), First Floor, Kemmy Business School unless otherwise indicated



Date Speaker Title
25 January        Dr Davide Romelli
(Dept of Economics, Trinity College Dublin)        
The Political Economy of Reforms in Central Bank Design:  Evidence from a new Dataset
8 February  Oana Peia
(University College Dublin)
Did bank lending stifle innovation in Europe during the Great Recession? (with Davide Romelli)
15 February  Jane Bourke
(University College Cork)
Innovating into trouble: When innovation leads to customer complaints
22 February 1pm  Fergal McCann
(Central Bank of Ireland)
Information Monopolies and Monetary Policy Pass-Through
8 March  Ronan Lyons
(Trinity College Dublin)
Bullet or Magnet? Rail and Ireland's post-Famine Economic Development
15 March  Yota Deli
(University College Dublin)
Investment Tax Incentives and their Big Time-to-Build Fiscal Multiplier
29 March  Dermot Leahy
(National University of Ireland Maynooth)
Thinking Inside The Box:  Policies Towards Footloose R&D Intensive Firms
12 April  Adnan Velic
(Technological University Dublin)
On Asymmetric Technical Change