If you wish to attend any of the below seminars, please reach out to email@example.com
Summer Term 2021
Wednesday 5 May, 4pm-5pm
M. Yorga Permana (LSE)
"Workplace location choice of gig workers: The case of ride-hailing drivers in Jakarta".
Wednesday 12 May, 4pm-5pm
Margarida Bandeira Morais
"Economic complexity and employment growth: The case of Portuguese regions".
Wednesday 19 May, 4pm-5pm
Natalie Pruett (LSE)
"The Effect of Construction Quality and Land Use on Housing Vacancy in the Wake of Population Decline".
Wednesday 26 May, 4pm-5pm
Han Wang (LSE)
"One and a Half Child: The Fertility Policy and Gender Bias in China".
Wednesday 2 June
Yohan Iddawela (LSE)
Wednesday 9 June, 4-5pm
Sandro Provenzano (LSE)
"The Local Economic Consequences of Mining in Africa: Evidence from Four Decades of Satellite Imagery".
Wednesday 16 June, 4pm-5pm
Augustin Boey (LSE)
"The emerging geography of frontier innovation: Early findings on UK fintech".
Lent Term 2021
Wednesday 20 January, 4-5pm
Beatriz Jambrina Canseco (LSE)
"Trends in real wage inequality: Revisiting the evidence".
Wednesday 27 January, 4-5pm
George Yunxiong Li (LSE)
"The Material Basis of Modern Technologies: A Case Study on Rare Metals".
Wednesday 3 February, 4-5pm
Juan Soto Diaz (LSE)
"Large-Scale Mining, Multinationals, and Local Economic Development".
Wednesday 10 February, 4-5pm
Jen-Hsuan Yu (LSE)
"Robots in the U.K”.
Wednesday 17 February, 4-5pm *CANCELLED*
Possapon Charoenporn (LSE)
"The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Local Productivity: The case of Thai manufacturing".
Wednesday 3 March, 4-5pm
Rebecca Maria Mari (LSE)
"When Capital falls to pieces: Public Investment and the role of Private Capital Stock".
Wednesday 10 March, 4-5pm
Mohammed Adil Sait (LSE)
“Linking ‘conflict minerals’ and conflict events across Africa”.
Till Meissner (LSE)
“Does Foreign Direct Investment drive inequality in Ethiopia?”.
Wednesday 17 March, 4-5pm
Elena Lutz (LSE)
"The Determinants of Zoning Regulations: Evidence from the Canton of Zurich".
Capucine Riom (LSE)
"Environmental Hazards and Asset-based Wealth Inequality".
Wednesday 24 March, 4-5:30pm
Martina Pardy (LSE)
“Multinationals & intra-regional innovation inequality”.
Pedros Llanos Paredes (LSE)
“Effects of regional deindustrialisation in Europe (1999-2008)”.
Lindiwe Rennert (LSE)
“Dissecting the Rail Transit Premium: A Meta-Analysis”.
Wednesday 31 March, 4-5:30pm
Gabriele Piazza (LSE)
"Beyond Science: The socio-economic benefits of Research Infrastructures".
Antonio Avila (LSE)
"The effect of air pollution on US aggregate production"
Ignacio Aravena Gonzalez (LSE)
"Paying for integration. The short-run impacts of a mixed-income demand voucher housing policy on neighborhoods: Evidence from Chile".
Michaelmas Term 2020
Wednesday 7 October, 4-5pm
Matthew Sharp (LSE)
"How does minimum wage legislation influence the impacts of productivity shocks?".
Wednesday 14 October, 4-5:30pm
Carolin Ioramashvili (LSE)
"Innovation, regional employment and earnings: An analysis of France, Germany and the UK".
Wednesday 21 October, 4-5:30pm
Margarida Madaleno (LSE)
"Haven in a heartless world? Redlining and the racial marriage gap".
Wednesday 28 October, 4-5:30pm
Xiaolun Yu (LSE)
"Low-rise buildings in big cities: Theory and evidence from China".
Wednesday 11 November, 4-5pm
Tanner Regan (LSE)
"Public Disclosure and Property Tax Compliance: A field experiment in Kampala, Uganda".
Wednesday 18 November, 4-5pm
Lars Ludolph (LSE)
“Global food prices, local weather and migration in Sub-Saharan Africa".
Wednesday 25 November, 4-5pm
Louise Bernard (LSE)
"Evaluation of the segregated cycling lanes scheme in London".
Wednesday 2 December, 4-5pm
Dzhamilya Nigmatulina (LSE)
"Misallocation and State Ownership".
Wednesday 9 December, 4-5pm
Lukas Makovsky (LSE)
"Agglomeration Wage Elasticity in the Czech Republic".