Economic Geography

Seminar Series

Research Seminars in Economic Geography take place throughout term time. They are regularly led by PhD students in Economic Geography from LSE, and occasionally play host to external speakers.

If you wish to attend any of the seminars, please reach out to o.silva@lse.ac.uk.

Michaelmas Term 2022

Wednesday 12 October
Luca Serafini 
‘Smart Specialisation Strategy and Industry 4.0’

Wednesday 19 October
Pia Andres
'Infant Industries and Global Public Goods Provision: Rethinking the Environmental Trade Agreement

Wednesday 26 October
Rebecca Maria Mari
'SMEs under Water: The Impact of Household Capital Shocks on SMEs’

Wednesday 9 November
Lukas Makovsky
'The Impact of Construction Constraints on Spatial Allocation during Economic Transition'

Wednesday 16 November 
Luz Yadira Gómez Hernández
'Traffic and road infrastructure: Evidence from 20 years of transport schemes in Great Britain'

Wednesday 23 November 
Pedro Llanos-Paredes
'Effects of Applied Research Institutes on Invention: Evidence from the Fraunhofer Centres in Europe'

Wednesday 30 November
Shaonlee Patranabis
'Colonial Legacies and Housing: Evidence from Mumbai'

Wednesday 7 December
Jingyuan Zeng
'The US first-mover geography: Technological breakthrough and spatial sorting of US inventors, 1948-1972'

Lent Term 2023

Wednesday 8 February
Tea Gamtkitsulashvili 

Wednesday 15 February 
Gabriele Piazza

Wednesday 1 March
Margarida Bandeira Morais

Wednesday 8 March
Capucine Riom

Wednesday 15 March
M. Adil Sait

Wednesday 22 March
Juan Alvarez Vilanova and Andrea Herrera

Wednesday 29 March
Ali Glisson and Ailin Zhang

Summer Term 2023

Wednesday 3 May
Antonio Avila Uribe

Wednesday 10 May
Martina Pardy

Wednesday 17 May
M. Yorga Permana

Wednesday 24 May
Vivian Liu

Wednesdau 31 May
Ignacio Aravena González

Wednesday 7 June
Till Meissner

Wednesday 14 June
Natalie Pruett