GLAD Research seminar

The RTG has its own research seminar series, taking place irregularly. Furthermore, related seminar series take place in Göttingen and Hannover.

Due to the Corona crisis, all seminars listed below are conducted via Zoom. The link and meeting ID will be sent around before the start of the series. Please ensure your microphone is on mute during the seminar. If you have a question, please click on the hand-raising button, you will then be called on by the moderator. To reduce bandwidth issues, please close all unneeded applications on your computer and disable your HD webcam.

David Yang (Harvard University)
"Data-intensive Innovation and the State: Evidence from AI Firms in China"
October 12, 14-15.15 pm

Clement Imbert (Warwick University)
"Can information about job prospects improve the effectiveness of vocational training? Experimental evidence from a large training programme in India"
October 19, 12.15-13.30 pm

Maria Micaela Sviatschi (Princeton University)
"Market Structure and Extortion: Evidence from 50,000 Extortion Payments”
November 2, 15-16.15 pm

Siwan Anderson (University of British Columbia)
"Marriage, Commitment and Unbundling Gendered Norms"
November 17, 17-18.15 pm

Gianmarco I.P. Ottaviano (Bocconi University)
„Backlash of Globalization“
November 30, 12.15-13.30 pm

Florence Kondylis (World Bank)
December 14, time tba

Filipe Campante (Johns Hopkins University)
January 11, 16.15-17.30 pm

Dominic Rohner (HEC Lausanne)
February 1, 12.15-13.30 pm

Lisa Chauvet (UMR DIAL, Paris)
February 15, 12.15-13.30 pm