OBLSE

Environmental Economics and Quantitative Environmental Social Science

Seminar Series

These research seminars take place during term time throughout the academic year. They are led by PhD students in Environmental Economics and Quantitative Environmental Social Science from LSE and are used to showcase their work throughout their PhD.

If you wish to attend any of the seminars, please e-mail geog.research@lse.ac.uk.

Autumn Term 2023

13 October
1-2pm, PAN 3.03
Julien Picard
"Behavioural Spillovers Unpacked: Estimating the Side Effects of Social Norm Nudges"

24 November 2023
1-2pm, PAN 3.03
Lorenzo Romero
"Too fast, too ambitious? Heterogeneous effects on innovation of Germany’s Energiewende"

1 December 2023
1-2pm, PAN 3.03
Marco Tomasi
"The welfare impact of carbon taxation and labelling on food demand"

8 December 2023
1-2pm, PAN 3.03
Loris Andre
"Economic growth and biodiversity: a sectoral model"

Winter Term 2024

2 February 2024
1-2pm, SAL B.01
Sarah Elven

9 February 2024
1-2pm, SAL B.01
Maren Hedne

16 February 2024
1-2pm, SAL B.01
Ina Drouven
"Reactionary Decision-Makers: Flood Exposure and Innovation"

15 March 2024
1-2pm, SAL B.01
Daniela Baeza-Breinbauer

22 March 2024
1-3pm, SAL B.01
Agata Makowska and Vincent Chung

Spring Term 2024

10 May 2024
1-2pm, OLD 1.26
Romano Tarsia

31 May 2024
1-2pm, OLD 1.26
Alvaro Carbonell 

7 June 2024
1-2pm, OLD 1.26
Violet Lasdun