Details of our economics seminars will be published here as they become available. Seminars take place in MB1.62 in Heriot-Watt's Mary Burton Building at 3.15pm on Friday afternoons.

21 September 2018

- Radek Stefansi, University of St Andrews, University of Oxford

"What’s in a wedge? Misallocation and Taxation in the Oil Industry" 

28 September 2018

- Aubrey Poon, University of Strathclyde

"Estimating High Frequency Regional Output Growth Using Mixed Frequency Methods"

5 October 2018

- Diego Battiston, Stockholm University

"The Persistent Effects of Brief Interactions:Evidence from Immigrant Ships"

12 October 2018

- Claudia Aravenca, Heriot-Watt University

"Financing Energy Efficiency Retrofits in Chilean Households: The role of financial instruments, savings and uncertainty"

24 October 2018

- Economics at Panmure House

Jim Bullard, Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis; Campbell Leith, University of Glasgow; David Miles, Imperial College Buisness School

2 November 2018

- Alex Mihailov, University of Reading

"What Do Latin American Inflation Targeters Care About? A Comparative Bayesian Estimation of Central Bank Preferences"

16 November 2018

- Danny Campbell, University of Stirling 

21 November 2018

- Riccardo Masolo, Bank of England

30 November 2018

- Richard Dennis, University of Glasgow

7 December 2018

- Kalin Nikolov, European Central Bank