DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS, FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING
SEMINAR SERIES

SEMESTER 2 January - May 2018
VENUE:  Edgeworth Room, Middle Floor, Rhetoric House.
TIME:     Fridays 3pm (unless otherwise stated)
                 Mondays 1-2pm
 

  Fridays 3pm    
  FRIDAY NAME AFFILIATION   TITLE
  Feb-02
 
Peter Cleary UCC Accounting "A review of the Management Accounting and Control Practices of Irish SMEs".
 
  Feb-09        
  Monday
1-2pm

Feb 12
John Gustavsson Maynooth   TBA
  Feb-16 Richard Payne Cass Business School Finance The skewness of the stock market at long horizons
  Feb-23        
  Mar 02 Jack Britton Institute for Fiscal Studies London Economics TBA
  Mar-09        
  Apr -06 Liam Delaney UCD Economics Behavioural Welfare Economics and Naturalistic Monitoring
  Apr-13 Oana Peia UCD Finance Banking crises and investments in innovation
  Apr-20 Eoin McLaughlin St. Andrews Economics Scarring and Selection in the Great Irish Famine
 
  Apr-27 Alejandra Ramos TCD Economics TBA
  May-04 No seminar      
           
  SEMESTER 1 September - December 2017        
  Sep-22 Dublin Economic Workshop      
  Sep-29 Youwei Li Queen's University Belfast Finance Asset Allocation with time series momentum and reversal
  Oct-06 Gregory Connor Maynooth University Finance Improved p-values for genome-wide regression with non-normal or discretely-distributed phenotypes
  Oct-13 Iliana Reggio      U. Carlos III Madrid Economics Moral Hazard versus Liquidity and the Optimal Timing of Unemployment Benefits
  Oct-20 Attila Lindner Univ College London Economics The Effects of Introducing the Minimum Wage in Germany on Employment and Wages
 
  Mon Nov 06 Prof. Jose Faias Catolica Univ Lisbon Finance Equity Risk Premium Predictability from Cross-Sectoral Downturns
 
  Nov-10 Anne Marie Ward Ulster University Accounting Community financial organisations: Do informal gender norms stifle gender equality on boards?
  Nov-17 Karina Doorley ESRI Economics Inequality in EU Crisis Countries:... Abstract
 
  Nov-24 Irina Zviadadze Stockholm Finance Term structure of risk in expected returns
  Dec-01 Alan Fernihough Queen's University Belfast Economics Less is More? The child quantity-quality trade-off in early 20th century England and Wales
 
  Dec-08 Rustam Ibragimov Imperial College London Finance “Robustness, Heavy-Tailedness and Dependence in Economics and Finance: Market (In-)Efficiency, Volatility Clustering, Stock Return Predictability and Beyond"
 
  Dec-15 Juan Arismendi Maynooth University Finance ‘Federal Reserve Communications Sentiment’s Impact on Target Rate Discovery’