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: \"Dynamic Contracting with Limited Commitment and the Ratchet Effect\" by Donato Gerardi (Collegio Carlo Alberto), 25 April, 14:00, A-228
Bilkent\'s Energy Lectures: “Will the Citizens Save the Climate?–Voluntary Climate Action in the Lab and in the Field” by Timo Goeschl, Chair of Environmental Economics Alfred-Weber-Institute for Economics, Heidelberg University, 26 April, 11:40, A-130
ECON Seminar: \"Torts, Experimentation, and the Value of Information\" by Timo Goeschl (Chair of Environmental Economics Alfred-Weber-Institute for Economics Heidelberg University), 27 April, 15:40, A 228
ECON Seminar: \" Optimally Stubborn\" by ANNA SANKTJOHANSER (Toulouse School of Economics), 2 May, 14:00, A-228