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Research seminars

The scientific meetings of the School aim to learn about the work of other colleagues and exchange ideas with professionals from other centres.

The School Seminar has the following objectives: allowing professors to understand in greater depth the research being performed by other professors and research assistants in the various departments of the School; the exchange of ideas with researchers from other universities and research centers, both from Spain and abroad.

Most recent seminars

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FALL SEMESTER

September

Thursday, 14th
framework Giarratana (IE University)
"The variety of social goals in a firm's product portfolio: The effects on corporate performance".
Room M3

Thursday, 21st
Pedro García del Barrio (internal seminar)
"Talent allocation in European football leagues: Why competitive unbalance seems optimal after all?"
Room M3

October

Thursday, 5th
Ivan Kim Taveras (Bocconi University)
"Changing phenology: Evidence from Nigeria"
Room M3

Thursday, 19th
Avichai Snir (cafeteria-Ilan University): cancelled
"The effect of price endings on price rigidity: Evidence from VAT changes".
Room M3

Thursday, 26th
Lucía Garcés Galdeano (Public University of Navarra)
"Entrepreneurial growth aspirations in SMEs. Do families boost or limit them?"
Room M3

November

Thursday, 2nd
Heiko Karle (Frankfurt School of Finance & Management)
"Search costs and context effects".
Room M3

Thursday, 9th
Philip Joos (Tilburg University)
"ESG transparency of private equity and debt firms".
Room M3

Thursday, 16th
Vincenzo Pezone (Tilburg University)
"Careers and wages in family firms: Evidence from administrative data".
Room M3

Thursday, 23rd
Antonio M. Conti (Bank of Italy)
"Announcement and implementation effects of central bank asset purchases".
Room M3

Thursday, 30th
José Apesteguía (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
"A measure of behavioral heterogeneity".
Room M3

December


Thursday, 14th
Juan de Dios Tena Horrillo (University of Liverpool)
"Does a super league tournament harm domestic leagues? Evidence from basketball's
Euroleague"
Room M3

SPRING SEMESTER

March

Thursday, 7th
Beatriz García Osma (Universidad Carlos III Madrid), Jacobo Gómez Conde (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
"Externalities of financial reporting regulation on management control systems".
Room M3

Thursday, 21st
Diana Castro Herrera (internal seminar)
"Do CEO's political ideologies matter for climate disclosures?"
Room M3

April

Thursday, 11th
Gabriel Natividad (University of Piura)
"Collateral requirements, firm growth and risk".
Room M3

Thursday, 18th
Mariano Massimiliano Croce (Bocconi University)
"Uncertainty-induced reallocations, innovation, and growth".
Room M3

Thursday, 25th
Simone Guercini (University of Florence)
"Marketing automation and decision making: Humans and machines interaction and the role of heuritics".
Room M3

May

Thursday, 2nd
Adrian Ritz (University of Bern)
"Exploring job switching motives and employer attractiveness: A comparative analysis of sector switchers and non-switchers".
Room M3

Thursday, 9th
Humberto Llavador (Pompeu Fabra University)
"Ratcheting up Paris".
Room M3

Friday, 10th
Yangwei Song (University of Colorado Boulder)
"Risk and monotone comparative statics without independence".
Room seminar 1

Thursday, 16th
Iván Payá (University of Alicante)
"Financial crises and sovereign debt sustainability risks: Exploring the link".
Room M3

June

Thursday, 6th
Matthias Fleckenstein (University of Delaware).
"Do municipal bond investors pay a convenience premium to avoid taxes?"
Room M3

FALL SEMESTER

September

Thursday, 8nd
Szabolcs Sebrek (Corvinus University of Budapest)
"Tracing the emergence of dynamic technological capabilities: Creation, operational impact and performance consequences in a multiproject setting".
Room M3

Thursday, 15th
Karol Marek Klimczak (Lodz University of Technology)
"Emotional reporting in financial markets: textual analysis of letters to shareholders and CSR stakeholders".
Room M3

Thursday, 22nd
Boudewijn de Bruin (University of Groningen)
"The Business of Liberty: Freedom and Information in Ethics, Politics, and Law".
Room M3

Thursday, 29th
Dmitry Mukhin (LSE)
"Optimal Exchange Rate Policy".
Room M3

October

Thursday, 6th
Antonio Bento (University Southern California)
Why do inefficient policies persist? Evidence from Energy Subsidies in Brazil
Room M3

Thursday, 13th
Paul Downward (School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences - Loughborough University)
Male versus Female football in Europe. What are the wellbeing, health and social values?
Room M3

Thursday, 20th
Makram Khalil (Deutsche Bundesbank)
"Firm dynamics, demand amplification and endogenous price flexibility".
Room M3

Thursday, 27th
Neus Palomeras (Carlos III University)
"Employee Protection, Inventor Human Capital, and Innovation Trajectories".
Room M3

November

Thursday, 3rd
Aleksandra Gregoric (Copenhagen Business School)
"Broad-level worker representation and recruitment of management talent".
Room M3

Thursday, 10th
framework Giarratana (IE Business School). Cancelled
"Acquisitions under financing frictions: Evidence from credit supply shortfalls".
Room M3

Thursday, 17th
David Felipe Echeverry Pérez (Internal seminar)
"Green Lending and Market Concentration."
Room M3

Thursday, 24th
Guillem Ripoll (Internal seminar)
'It's a match!': a discrete choice experiment on job attractiveness for public service jobs."
Room M3

SPRING SEMESTER

February

Thursday, 23rd
James Reade (University of Reading)
"Productivity and celebrity: To what extent can average visibility or on-the-job productivity explain wage disparities?"
Room M3

March

Thursday, 2nd
Celia Moore (Imperial College Business School)
"Reading leaders: The role of literary fiction on leadership effectiveness".
Room M3

Thursday, 9th
Jaime Millán (Internal seminar/NCID)
"Labels and vouchers within social assistance. Experimental evidence from Georgia".
Room M3

Thursday, 23rd
Antonio Diglio (University of Naples Federico II)
"Territorial organization of public services: Spatial accessibility, decision-making models, and applications".
Room M5

Thursday, 30st
Markus Dertwinkel-Kalt (University of Muenster)
"Why Germany's 'Gas Price Break' encourages moral hazard and raises gas prices".
Room M3

April


Thursday, 20th
Carina Schott (Utrecht University, School of Governance). Cancelled
TBD
Room M3

Thursday, 27th
Arménio Rego (Católica Porto Business School and high school Universitário de Lisboa)
"Leader expressed forgiveness and team performance: A moderated mediating model".
Room M3

May

Thursday, 4th
Sebastián Fanelli (CEMFI)
"Monetary policy, capital controls, and international portfolios".
Room M3

Thursday, 11th
Andrea Celico (Internal seminar)
"Facing the populists: The effect of populist challengers on mainstream parties' welfare state positions".
Room M3

Thursday, 18th
Pedro Gete (IE Business School)
"Buy-and-hold individual investors in housing markets".
Room M3

Thursday, 25th
Ludovica Gazze (University of Warwick)
"Temperature and maltreatment of young children".
Room M3

June

Thursday, 1st
Matthew Sinnicks (University of Southampton)
"Community service and the goods of work: In defence of an 'elitist' conception of MacIntyrean practices".
Room M3

FALL SEMESTER

September


Thursday, 2nd
Juan de Dios Tena Horrillo (University of Liverpool - Management School)
"Forced to play too many matches? A deep-learning assessment of crowded schedule".
Online

Thursday, 9th
Ignacio Giménez-Nadal (University of Zaragoza)
"Routine-Biased Technological Change, Effort at Work, and Workers' Well-being".
Room M1

Thursday, 16th
Kanchana Nadarajah (University of Sheffield)
"Estimation of Mis-Specified Fractionally Integrated Models & Forecasting Room".
Online

Thursday, 23rd
Raquel Sebastián Lago (Complutense University of Madrid)
"Gender job polarisation".
Room M4

Thursday, 30th
Anna Sanz-de-Galdeano (University of Alicante and IZA)
"Returns to formal sector experience: is it about you or where you worked?"
Room M4

October


Thursday, 7th
Xavier Ballart (Autonomous University of Barcelona)
"Analyzing public service performance in the health sector. Possible connections with business and private sector studies".
Room 08

Thursday, 14th
No seminar

Thursday, 21st
Michael Bauer (Hamburg University)
"An Alternative Explanation for the 'Fed Information Effect".
Room M4

Thursday, 28th
Luca Arnaudo (LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome)
"Frontiers of Therapeutic Innovation and Market Regulation: The Case of CAR-Ts" and "Ancient numismatics as a source for new economic thinking: a look at Mark Anthony's coinage".
Room M1

November


Thursday, 4th
Marc Esteve (ESADE & University College London)
Assessing the Effects of User Accountability in Contracting Out
Online

Thursday, 11th
Luiz Ricardo Kabbach de Castro (internal)
"Acquisitions under financing frictions: Evidence from credit supply shortfalls".
Room M1

Thursday, 18th
David Echeverry (internal) & Sandra Polanía-Reyes (internal)
"Nudging the Team: Experimental Evidence on How Peer Recognition Affects Cooperation".
Room M1

Thursday, 25th
Friedrich Heinemann (ZEW in Mannheim)
"Dispelling the Shadow of Fiscal Dominance? Fiscal and Monetary Announcement Effects for Euro Area Sovereign Spreads in the Corona Pandemic".
Room M1

SPRING SEMESTER

March


Thursday, 3rd
Tatyana Deryugina (University of Illinois)
"Pollution and Mortality in the United States: Evidence from 1972-1988".
Room M8

Thursday, 10th
Pedro Gardete (NOVA Lisboa)
"Search for Multiple Attributes: Empirical Evidence and Information Design".
Room M5

Thursday, 17th
Yan Bai (Universidade Católica Portuguesa)
"Artificial Intelligence and a Microperspective of Corruption: How Human-AI Collaboration Affects Individuals' Cheating Behavior".
Room M1

Thursday, 24th
Till Talaulicar (University of Erfurt)
"A Knowledge Based View Approach to the Environmental Corporate Social Responsibility and Financial Performance Relationship in a Multinational Context".
Room M5

Thursday, 31st
Victor Montuenga (University of Zaragoza)
Real risk and perceptions at work
Room M1

April


Thursday, 7th
Mariano Mastrogiorgio (high schoolfrom business)
Social innovation: An exploratory analysis based on natural language processing
Room M1
 

May


Thursday, 05th
Michele Lenza (European Central Bank)
"How Does Monetary Policy Affect Income and Wealth Inequality? Evidence from Quantitative Easing in the Euro Area".
Room M1

Thursday, 12th
Giovanni Ricco (Warwick)
"The Global Transmission of U.S. Monetary Policy".
Room M1

Thursday, 19th
Celia Moore (Imperial College Business School). Cancelled
Room M1

June


Thursday, 2nd
Howard Kung (London Business School)
"Firm Product Concentration and Asset Prices".
Room M4

Thursday, 9th
Salvatore Nisticó (Sapienza University of Rome)
"The Economics of Helicopter Money".
Room M4

FALL SEMESTER

September

Thursday, 17th

Raúl Bajo and Miguel Ángel Borrella (Internal)
"The Heterogeneous Tax Pass-through under Different Vertical Relationships."
classroom M5


Thursday, 24th
Javier Elizalde (Internal)
"Pricing the premium version of a streaming Service."
classroom M5
 

October


Thursday, 8th
Guillem Ripoll (Internal)
"Does public service motivation foster justification of unethical behaviour? Evidence from survey research among citizens.
classroom M5


Thursday, 29th
Jorge Alcalde (Public University of Navarra)
"The common structure of all strategy-proof rules".
classroom 07
 

November


Thursday, 5th
Mikel Casares (Universidad Publica de Navarra)
"COVID-19 Pandemic and Economic Scenarios for Ontario".
classroom 07


Thursday, 12th
Anastasia Terskaya (Internal)
"Gender Asymmetries in Peer Effects in the Workplace".
classroom M3


Thursday, 19th
Ignacio Campomanes (NCID)
"Inequality and Growth: How Social Mobility Reshapes The Main Theoretical Channels".
classroom M3


Thursday, 26th
Nuno José Lopes, Ignacio Rodriguez, and Cristina Etayo (Interns)
"Variety Seeking Under Dyadic Decision".
classroom M3
 

December


Thursday, 10th
Asier Aguilera (internal)
"Origins of Firm's Market Power in Input Markets and its Implications for Downstream Competition".
classroom M3
 

SPRING SEMESTER

January


Wednesday, 27th
Rafael Serrano Quintero (University of Alicante) (Job market seminar)
JMS "Structural Transformation in India: The Role of the Service Sector".
classroom 7
 

February


Thursday, 4th
Ekaterina Gavrilova (Bocconi University) (Job market seminar)
JMS "Corporate innovation linkages and firm boundaries".
classroom 8
 

March


Thursday, 11th
Evi Pappa (Carlos III University)
"What are the likely macroeconomic effects of the EU Recovery plan?"
Online.
 

Thursday, 25th
Tijan Bah (NCID)
"How has COVID-19 affected the intention to migrate via the backway to Europe and to a neighbouring African country? Survey evidence and a salience experiment in The Gambia."
classroom M5
 

April


Wednesday, 14th
Antonios Stamatogiannakis (Institute of business)
"The Paradoxical Impact of Positive Mood on Goal Pursuit: How MOOD Positivity Impacts consumers' Motivation for pursuing Maintenance versus Attainment Goals".
classroom M5


Thursday, 22nd
Raúl Pérez López (University of Zaragoza)
"Online reselling experience: a conceptual model and research propositions".
classroom M5


Thursday, 29th
Sara Martínez de Morentin (UPNA)
"Profit Sharing,Interconnected Autonomous Teams, and Employee Productivity."
classroom M5
 

May


Thursday, 06th
Pedro Garcia (Internal)
"Determinants of annual revenue in the entertainment industry."
classroom M5


Thursday, 13th
Gregori Galofre (UPNA)
"The Costs of Hyperinflation: Germany 1923."
classroom M5


Thursday, 20th
Mar Rubio Vargas (UPNA)
"The political economy of the financial rescue of the Spanish utilities: the nuclear moratorium of 1984".
classroom M5


Thursday, 27th
Javier Hualde (UPNA)
"Truncated sum-of-squares estimation of fractional time series models with generalized power law trend".
classroom M5
 

June


Thursday, 3rd
Federico Accursi (Internal-PhD)
"Power reliability in rural Guatemala".
classroom M5


Thursday, 10th
Andrea Celico (Internal-PhD)
"The cultural dependency of labour market reforms. A reevaluation."
classroom M5

 

FALL SEMESTER

September


Thursday, 5th
Juan Mora-Sanguinetti (Banco de España)
The "complexity" of Spanish regulation: How can we measure it? What economic impact does it have?
classroom 14


Thursday, 12th
Armenio Rego (Católica Porto Business School)
Gritty Leaders Promoting Employees' Grit and their Thriving at Work: A Conditional Indirect Model.
classroom M5


Thursday, 19th
Elena Diaz [internal].
The effects of oil price shocks and monetary policy shock on the euro area macroeconomy.
seminar 19

Thursday, 26h
John Wilson (University of St Andrews)
Taxation and Financial Intermediation.
classroom 14
 

October


Thursday, 03th
Daniel Navarro (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Bridging the Gap between the Lab and the Field: Dictator Games and Donations.
seminar 19

Thursday, 10th
Jörg Franke (University of Bath)
Repeated Contests with Draws.
classroom M5

Thursday, 17th
Javier Cebollada (Public University of Navarra)
Exploring the Impact of Online Reviews on Product Sales: The Role of Review Visibility.
classroom M5


Thursday, 24th
Enrico Cantoni (University of Bologna)
Does Context Trump Individual Drivers of Voting Behavior? Evidence from U.S. Movers.
classroom M5


Thursday, 31th
Jaime Millan (Navarra Center for International Development)
Forced internal displacement and the expansion of palm oil in Colombia.
classroom M5
 

November


Thursday, 07th
Francesco Serti (IMT Lucca)
Learning trade opportunities through a production network.
classroom M5


Thursday, 14th
Iván Guitart (EM Lyon)
The impact of rational and emotional television ad content on online search and sales.
classroom M5


Thursday, 21st
Pablo Brañas Garza (Loyola University, Cordoba.)
To pay or not to pay: Risk preferences in the field.
classroom M5


Thursday, 28th
Mario Alloza Frutos (Banco de España)
Dynamic Effects of Persistent Shock.
classroom M5
 

December


Monday, 9th
Nikolaus Floropoulos (University of Cyprus) (Job market seminar)
Institutional investors' investment styles and analyst earnings forecasts
classroom M3


Wednesday, 18th
Itziar Lazkano (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
Which fossil fuel prices promote innovation in electricity generation? Evidence before and after the shale gas revolution.
classroom M5
 

SPRING SEMESTER

January


Thursday, 09th
Fang Li (IESE) (Job market seminar)
Shareholder Activism and Corporate Leasing
classroom 13

Thursday, 16th
Raul Bajo [internal]
The Effect of Blackouts on Households' Electrification Status: evidence from Kenya
classroom 13


Monday, 20th
Anastasia Terskaya (University of Alicante) (Job market seminar)
Sibling Differences in Educational Polygenic Scores: How do Parents React?
classroom 5 FCOM


Wednesday, 22nd
Stephanie Heger (The university of Sidney) (Job market seminar)
Altruism begets altruism: Nudging our way to a more virtuous society
classroom 3


Thursday, 23rd
Filippo Massari (University of Venice, Italy) (Job market seminar)
The Wisdom of the Crowd in Dynamic Economies
classroom 13


Thursday, 30th
Marta Alonso [internal].
The value of political connections: evidence from china's anti-corruption campaign.
classroom 13
 

February


Wednesday, 5th
David Echeverry (University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business) (Job market seminar)
Identification of Other-Regarding Preferences: Evidence from a Common Pool Resource game in the Field

Thursday, 6th
Matias Busch (Halle Institute for Economic Research) (Job market seminar)
Income inequality and capital reallocation in the presence of financial frictions
classroom 13


Thursday, 33rd
Martin Harding (DIW Berlin) (Job market seminar)
Monetary Policy and Household Net Worth
classroom 13

March


Thursday, 12th
Peter Kawalek (Loughborough University)
The Digital: Eating the World?
classroom M6

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MEF Seminars

Advances in Macroeconomics & Finance'. The speakers were Geert Bekaert (Columbia Business School), Vincenzo Quadrini (USC Marshall School of Business) and Gabriel Pérez Quirós (Banco de España). May 2016.

Current Issues in Energy Economics'. The speakers were Christiane Baumeister (University of Notre Dame), Martin Bodenstein (Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System) and Peter Hartley (Rice University). May 2017. 

Current Issues in Behavioral Economics: from Theory to Applications'. The speakers were Daniel Read (Warwick Business School), Dennie van Dolcer (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), Ivo Vlaev (Warwick Business School) and Jeroen Nieboer (Financial Conduct Authority). May 2019

Current Issues in Environmental & Energy Economics'. The speakers were Natalia Fabra (Universidad Carlos III), David Rapson (UC Davis & Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas), Jing Li (MIT) and Raúl Bajo-Buenestado (Universidad de Navarra). June 2023

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