Seminar Series 2015-16


Research Seminar Series 2015-16

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
16 October        Prof Liam Delaney
(Scottish Institute for Research in Economics & University of Stirling)        
Adolescent Psychological Distress, Unemployment, and the Great Recession: Evidence from the National Longitudinal Study of Youth 1997.
30 October  Dr Stephen Kinsella
(Dept of Economics, Kemmy Business School)
Agent Based-Stock Flow Consistent Macroeconomics: Towards a Benchmark Model.
16 November Dr Philippe LeMay-Boucher
(Dept of Economics, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh)
Indigenous Associations and Public Goods Provision: Experimental Evidence from grins in Mali.
2 March Senator Sean D. Barrett
(Seanad Eireann)
The Irish Banking Crisis - the inside Story.
16 March Declan Dineen & Dr Marta Zieba
(Dept of Economics, Kemmy Business School)
Determinants of Efficiency in Nursing Home Care Provision in Ireland.
1 April  Dr Seamus McGuinness
(Research Professor, Economic and Social Research Institute)
Is there a role for Higher Education institutions for improving the quality of first employment.
8 April  Sharon Walsh
(Dept of Economics, National University of Ireland Galway)
Student preferences for higher education institutions in Ireland: a discrete choice experiment.
20 April  Dr William Addessi
(Dept of Economics, Kemmy Business School)
Preference Shifts in Multi-Sectoral Macroeconomic Models.
4 May  Prof Jim Deegan
(Dept of Economics, Kemmy Business School)
Technological Change and the Labour Market: Some Implications for Policy.