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Brown Bag Seminars 2016-2017

 

Past Brown Bag Seminars

 
 

Next BBS: 20.06.17

 

"What explains the geographic patterns of disability rates in Belgium? An analysis using data on individuals" by Octave De Brouwer.Discussant: Carolina Laureti (R42.2.110)

Last update: 12/06/2017

New Location: Seminar Room R42.2.110
42, av Franklin Roosevelt, Brussels

Contact Person: aurousse [at] ulb [dot] ac [dot] be (Aurélie Rousseaux)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROGRAMME 2016-2017

 

  • September 26, 2016: "Omni pricing: The case of virtual products in virtual worlds" by Sandra Rothenberger. Co-written with Marco Couperus. (room R42.2.110)
  • November 10, 2016: "Institutional change and diffusion in institutional complexity: the case of Brazil’s solidarity finance" by Camille Meyer. Co-written with Marcos Barros (R42.2.110)
    Discussant: Vincent Giolito
  • December 22, 2016: "From wrong to right: a multi-source investigation of organizational error management by top executives" by Vincent Giolito. Co-written with Paul Verdin (R42.2.110)
    Discussant: Marek Hudon
  • January 19, 2017: "Flexible microfinance products to cope with shocks: Evidence from SafeSave" by Carolina Laureti. Co-written with Alain de Janvry and Elisabeth Sadoulet (UC Berkeley).
    Discussant: Patrick Reichert (R42.2.110)
  • February 9, 2017: "Steam democracy up ! Industrialization-led urban opposition in Napoleonic plebiscites" by Jean Lacroix.
    Discussant: Philip Verwimp (R42.2.110)
  • March 16, 2017: "Democratization or Vulgarization of Cultural Capital? The Acceptance of Facebook’s Use by Theater Audiences" by Carmela Milano. Co-written with Sandra Rothenberger. Discussant: Kim Oosterlinck (R42.2.110) - THIS SEMINAR IS CANCELLED
  • April 27, 2017: "Improve the risk return profile of corporate bond by equity derivatives" by Edouard Nouvellon  (R42.2.110)
  • June 20, 2017: "What explains the geographic patterns of disability rates in Belgium? An analysis using data on individuals" by Octave De Brouwer.
    Discussant: Carolina Laureti (R42.2.110)