Doctoral School in Economics, Finance and Management (DSEFM)

Doctoral lectures Academic Year 2018 -2019

Upcoming lectures and seminars: for registration, please send an email to: dsef@uni.lu

 

September 2018 to February 2019

Prof. Andreas Irmen, Prof. Christos Koulovatianos (University of Luxembourg )

Advanced Macroeconomics II

September 2018 to December 2019

Prof. Roman Kräussl and Prof. Thorsten Lehnert (University of Luxembourg)

Research Seminars in Finance

October 2018 to February 2019

Prof. Arnaud Dupuy,  Prof. Andreas Irmen, Prof. Pierre Picard (University of Luxembourg)

Job market seminar in economics and finance

October 2018

Prof. Diego Garcia (University of Colorado)

NLP in Financial Economics

October 2018

Dr. Laurent Bergé (University of Luxembourg)

R-Programming

27 November 2018

Prof. Ramon Marimon (European University Institute)

Recursive contracts

29-30 November 2018

Prof. Vania Sena (University of Essex)

Big data in economics

December 2018

Prof. Joachim Arts (University of Luxembourg)

Stochastic Models

January 2019

Prof. Benny Mantin (University of Luxembourg)

Game theory in supply chain management

January 2019 to March 2019

Prof. Jos van Bommel (University of Luxembourg)

Doctoral Seminar on Empirical Research in Finance

27 February 2019

Prof. Georg Borjas (Harvard University)

Expository lecture on Migration

14 March 2019

Prof. Jonathan Eaton (Pennsylvania State University)

Innovation, growth and matching

28 March 2019

Prof. Kiminori Matsuyama (Nortwestern University)

Flexible Demand Systems with Applications to General Equilibrium Models

March 2019

Prof. Gautam Tripathi (University of Luxembourg)

Non parametric methods in econometrics

March-April 2019

Prof. Arnaud Dupuy (University of Luxembourg)

Doctoral course on Matching methods Theory

8,9 and 10 April 2019

Prof. Michel Bierlaire (EPFL Lausanne)

Econometric techniques suited to estimate discrete choice models

25,26 and 27 April 2019

Dr. Xisong Jin (Central Bank of Luxembourg)

Matlab for financial modeling

April 2019 to May 2018

Prof. Tibor Neugebauer (University of Luxembourg)

Doctoral Seminar on Experimental Methods in Economics and Finance

8,9,15 and 16 May 2019

Prof. Konstantinos Tatsiramos (University of Luxembourg)

Topics in labour economics

2 and 3 May 2019

Ass. Prof Svetlana Bryzgalova (London Business school)

Topics in cross sectional asset pricing

23 April and 13 May 2019

Prof. Michael Weber (University of Chicago Booth)

Empirical asset pricing:time series, predictability and monetary policy

22,23 and 24 May 2019

Prof. Hillel Rapoport (PSE)

Migration

21-23 January 2019

Prof. Melanie Andresen M.A.

Python for Social Scientists