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CIREQ-Concordia seminars

Concordia lunch seminar

Wednesday, Oct 28th, 12-1pm
Favor Exchange: An Experiment
Yushen Li (PhD student, Concordia)
Zoom link (meeting ID 885 6796 7289)

CIREQ activities continue online. As the schedule may change, please see the full calendar of events on the CIREQ website.


CIREQ activities for the week of October 19-23

Wednesday, October 21, 12:45 p.m.
PhD Seminar, UQAM

Land as a Production Factor : Evidence from Canadian Manufacturing Establishments
Théophile Ndjanmou (PhD student, UQAM)
Zoom link


Thursday, October 22, 11:30 a.m.
Université de Montréal, Macroeconomics and Applied Economics Seminar 2020-21

Do Family Policies Affect Births, Maternal Employment and Marital Stability? (with Olga Malkova)
Elizabeth Brainerd (Brandeis University)
Organizers: Andriana Bellou (U. de Montréal) and Immo Schott (U. de Montréal)
By invitation only. Please contact an organizer if you would like access.


Friday, October 23, 10:30 a.m.
McGill University, Desmarais Global Finance Research Centre

Retail Derivatives and Sentiment : A Sentiment Measure Constructed from Issuances of Retail Structured Equity Products
Neil Pearsona (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Organizer: Karen Robertson (McGill University)
By invitation only: please contact the organizer to request access.


Friday, October 23, 3:00 p.m.
UQAM, Département de sciences économiques

Excess Neonatal Mortality among Private Facility Births in North India
Dean Spears (University of Texas)
Organizer: Nicholas Lawson
Zoom link


Friday, October 23, 3:30 p.m.
CIREQ-McGill Seminar 2020-2021

Reference Pricing as a Deterrent to Entry : Evidence from the European Pharmaceutical Market (with Fabio Pammolli)
Luca Maini (University of Texas)
Organizer: Laura Lasio (University of North Carolina Chapel Hill)
joint with the Department of Economics, McGill University
* Please contact the organizer if you would like access.


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