Attendance and presentation for researchers and visitors to the Spatial Economics Research Centre (SERC) is also encouraged.
If you are not affiliated with the LSE and would like to attend a seminar, please contact Carolin Ioramashvili.
Lent Term 2020
Wednesday 22 January, 4-5pm
“Returning entrepreneurs! The Persistent effect of entrepreneurship in China”.
Wednesday 29 January, 4-5pm
Antton Haramboure (Paris School of Economics)
“A Streetcar Named Employment. Can Light-weight Rail Transit Mitigate Spatial Mismatch?"
Wednesday 5 February, 4-5pm
"Construction, Supply Constraint and Housing Markets in China".
Wednesday 12 February, 4-5pm
“Neighbourhood effects on Residential License uptake in Dar es Salaam”.
Wednesday 19 February, 4-5pm
"Floods and urbanization in low income countries".
Wednesday 4 March, 4-5pm
Wednesday 11 March, 4-5pm
Wednesday 18 March, 4-5pm
Juan Soto Diaz
Wednesday 25 March, 4-5pm
Possapon Charoenporn, Rebecca Mari, Margarida Bandeira Morais
Wednesday 1 April, 4-5pm
Natalie Pruett, Muhamma Yorga Permana, Lukas Makovsky
Michaelmas Term 2019
Wednesday 2 October, 4pm-5:30pm
Julius Andersson (London School of Economics)
"Carbon Taxes and CO2 Emissions: Sweden as a Case Study". (Job market presentation)
Wednesday 16 October, 4pm-5pm
Kalle Kappner (Humboldt University of Berlin)
"Sanitation, Externalities and the Urban Mortality Transition".
Wednesday 23 October, 4pm-5pm
Matt Sharp (London School of Economics)
"The labour market effects of female rural-urban migration: Evidence from the end of Apartheid in South Africa".
Wednesday 30 October, 4pm-5pm
Eduardo Ibarra-Olivo (London School of Economics)
"Outward FDI and Skill Downgrading in Mexican Regions".
Wednesday 13 November, 4pm-5:30pm
Filipo Boeri (London School of Economics)
"Offshoring and Local Labour Markets: Evidence from Matched Employer-Employee Data" (Job market presentation)
Wednesday 20 November, 4-5pm
"Damned by Dams? Infrastructure and conflict".
Wednesday 27 November, 4pm-5pm
Andreas Diemer (London School of Economics)
"Spatial Diffusion of Local Economic Shocks in Social Networks: Evidence from the US Fracking Boom".
Wednesday 4 December, 4pm-5pm
Tanner Regan (London School of Economics)
"Eliciting demand for title deeds: Lab-in-the-field evidence from urban Tanzania".
Wednesday 11 December, 4pm-5pm
Jamila Nigmatulina (London School of Economics)
"Electricity Prices and Firm Performance. Evidence from Russia".