Seminars as usual… in an unusual venueThis week we had Silvia Miranda-Agrippino (Bank of England) and Giovanni Ricco (University of Warwick) as our macro seminar guests. The title for Monday’s seminar was “Unsurprising Shocks: Information, Premia, and the Monetary Transmission” which was followed by a second talk on Tuesday titled “The Transmission of Monetary Policy Shocks.” Business as usual… except for the change in venue. Although we enjoy the comfort of our seminar room, this temporary one was undeniably more spacious, not to mention the unusual abundance of natural light!
ECON Seminar: \"Price Discovery with Costly Competitive Bidding\" by Alp Atakan (Koç University), March 28th, 2018 Wednesday, 14:00, A 228
Economics Seminar: \"The Long-Run Information Effect of Central Bank Narrative\" by Michael McMahon (St. Hugh\'s College, University of Oxford), March 23rd Friday, 15:40, A-228
Psychology Seminar: “Spatio-temporal Neuroimaging of Visual Processing of Actions in Humans” by Burcu Ayşen Ürgen, PhD Postdoctoral researcher Department of Neuroscience,University of Parma, ITALY, Tuesday, 27 March, 12:40, A-130
POLS TALKS: “Contested Identities in History: The Case of Turkey and Europe” by Assoc. Prof. Senem Aydın-Düzgit Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Sabancı University, March 29, 12:30, A-130
Psychology Seminar: “Integration Processes at Multiple Levels of the Visual Cortical Hierarchy Revealed by Emergent Intermodulation Frequencies” by Nihan Alp, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven), 29 March, 12:40, H-232
Bilkent\'s Energy Lectures: \"KALUST GÜLBENKYAN veya OSMANLI’DAN CUMHURİYET’E PETROL TARİHİ” by Ali OKUMUŞ, 29 March, 12:40, A-130