Seminars

DESCRIPTION

Students must attend all the general seminars organized by the Master in Economics (apart from those organized in courses they are enrolled in).

ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021

All seminars will take place online via Zoom. You will receive an email with the details to log in prior to the session. Please contact the organizer (ismaelrl {at} ugr.es) if you want to be included in the mailing list to receive this information.

Date: October 28.
Speaker: Ismael Rodriguez-Lara (Universidad de Granada)
Title: When the rich do (not) trust the (new) rich: Experimental evidence on the effects of positve random shocks in the trust game.
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: November 4.
Speaker: Hubert J. Kiss (KRTK KTI & Corvinus University of Budapest)
Title: New evidence on the predictive power of locus of control in human capital investment decisions.
Subject: Microeconomics.
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: November 11.
Speaker: Juan D. Moreno-Ternero (Universidad Pablo Olavide)
Title:Sharing the revenues from broadcasting sports leagues.
Subject: Economic Analysis Techniques.
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: November 18.
Speaker: Lara Ezquerra-Guerra (Universidad Islas Baleares)
Title: Unraveling soft-commitment: evidence from a natural field experiment on recycling.
Subject: Research methodology.
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: November 25.
Speaker: Javier Valbuena (Universidad de Zaragoza)
Title: Youth unemployment and stigmatization over the business cycle in Europe.
Subject: Macroeconomics.
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: December 17.
Speaker: Francesco Sandulli (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Title: Machine learning applications to Strategic Management.
Subject: Strategic Management.
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: January 19.
Speaker: Orestis Troumpounis (University of Padova)
Title: Protest voting in the laboratory.
Subject: Behavioral Economics
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: February 9.
Speaker: Federico Carril (University of Deusto)
Title: Social ties and home bias in mergers and acquisitions.
Subject: Dynamic Macroeconomics.
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: February 12.
Speaker: Jessica Braojos (IQS School of Management)
Title: The digital disruption era: A new way of doing business.
Subject: Quality Manager.
Time: 08:30 am.



Date: February 15.
Speaker: María Isabel Roldán Bravo (Universidad de Jaén)
Title: Revisiting the relationship between open innovation and quality management.
Subject: Quality Manager.
Time: 10:30 am.

Date: February 16.
Speaker: Paloma Ubeda (UNED)
Title: Determinants of inequality acceptance across social contexts.
Subject: Behavioral Economics.
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: February 23.
Speaker: Ericka Rascón (Middlesex University London)
Title: Movies and Mobiles: Empowering Parents to Invest in Human Capital.
Subject: Research methods in Microeconomics.
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: March 2.
Speaker: Sofia Ruiz Palazuelos (UPV/EHU)
Title: Are close-knit networks good for employment?.
Subject: Game Theory.
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: March 9.
Speaker: Jorge Alcalde-Unzu (UPNA)
Title: Strategy-proofness in a domain with single-peaked and single-dipped
Subject: Game Theory.
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: March 15-16.
Speaker: Elvis Hernández (OSL Risk Management)
Day 1 (March 15, 10:30-12:30): Introduction to Practice of Real Option Theory.
Day 2 (March 16, 12:30-14:30): Using Spreadsheet to Value Real Options.
Subject: General. All students are expected to attend.

Date: April 13.
Speaker: Marco Piovesan (University of Copenhagen)
Title: Eliciting Time, Risk and Social Preferences in Children: A Validated Survey.
Subject: Experimental Economics..
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: April 26.
Speaker: Dörte Schultze-Seehof
Title: Umberto Eco, platypus and the limits of interpretation revisited in 2021.
Subject: General. All students are expected to attend.
Time: 08:30 pm.

Date: April 26.
Speaker: Thomas Pfeiffer
Title: Planning and Sizing of photovoltaic systems.
Subject: General. All students are expected to attend.
Time: 10:30 pm.

Date: April 27.
Speaker: Franz Hessel
Title: Current trends in leadership: Do we need a leader? Is “Agile” the future of leadership?.
Subject: General. All students are expected to attend.
Time: 08:30 pm.

Date: April 27.
Speaker: Ralph Schuhmann
Title: Contract Meets Tech: Contracts Yesterday and Tomorrow.
Subject: General. All students are expected to attend.
Time: 10:30 pm.

Date: April 28.
Speaker: Vladimir Stantchev
Title: Tech, Trust and Governance.
Subject: Information Systems Management.
Time: 08:30 pm.

Date: April 30.
Speaker: Roberto Polo
Title: The strategy of becoming the number 1 modern art collector of the world.
Subject: General. All students are expected to attend.
Time: 12:30 pm.

Date: May 5.
Speaker: José Matas Casado
Title: Information Systems academic research: the importance of research design.
Subject: Information Systems Management.
Time: 10:30 pm.

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