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  • Fri23Jun

    Macro/International Workshop

    1:00pm - 2:00pm, S1.50, Social Sciences Building

    Alex Karalis (Warwick)

  • Fri23Jun

    Macro/International Workshop

    1:00pm - 2:00pm, S1.50, Social Sciences Building

    Alex Karalis (Warwick)

  • Mon26Jun

    PPE Final Prelim Board

    10:00am - 11:00am, S2.77
  • Mon26Jun

    EPAIS Final Prelim Board

    11:00am - 12:00pm, S2.77
  • Mon26Jun

    PPE and EPAIS Internal 1st Yr meetings

    12:00pm - 1:00pm, S2.77
  • Mon26Jun

    Economics Internal 1st Yr meeting

    1:00pm - 2:00pm,
  • Mon26Jun

    Economics Final Prelim Board

    2:00pm - 5:00pm, S2.77
  • Tue27Jun

    Deadline for return of Diploma marks

    12:00pm - 12:00pm,
  • Tue27Jun

    MSc/MRes Exam Board

    1:30pm - 4:00pm, S2.77
  • Tue27Jun

    EPAIS Final Yr Exam Board

    4:00pm - 5:00pm, S2.77
  • Tue27Jun

    PPE Final Yr Exam Board

    5:00pm - 6:00pm, S2.77
  • Wed28Jun

    Economics and Economics/Maths Final Yr Exam Board

    10:00am - 1:00pm, S2.77
  • Wed28Jun

    MTWP Lunchtime Workshop

    1:00pm - 2:00pm, S2.79

    Ayush Pant

  • Thu29Jun

    Faculty of Social Science 1st Year Board of Examiners

    10:00am - 2:00pm, S2.77
  • Thu29Jun

    DR@W Forum - Susan Michie (UCL Centre for Behaviour Change)

    2:30pm - 3:45pm, Wolfson 3

    Artificial Intelligence meets behavioural science: The Human Behaviour-Change Project

    To advance our understanding of behaviour change and apply that understanding to real-wold problems, evidence is needed about intervention effectiveness across contexts, and about mechanisms of action. Such evidence is currently produced on a vast but fragmented scale and more rapidly than humans can synthesise and access. The Human Behaviour Change Project brings together behavioural, computer and information scientists to build an Artificial Intelligence system to continually scan the world literature on behaviour change, extract key information and use this to build and update the scientific understanding of human behaviour to answer variants of the ‘big question’: ‘What works, compared with what, how well, for whom, in what settings, for what behaviours, for how long and why?’. A user interface will allow researchers, policy makers and practitioners to seek answers to their queries. The project will focus initially on the use-case of smoking cessation but the project team will make available resources, products and findings throughout the life of the project to encourage collaboration.

  • Wed28Jun

    13th CAGE Research Day

    12:30pm - 4:30pm, S1.50, Social Sciences Building

    S1.50 (Social Science Building) 12:30pm to 16:30pm
    Wednesday 28th June 2017

    The aim of this half-day event is for our faculty and associated academics to present recent work related to CAGE's themes, in an informal setting allowing for feedback and discussion.

    This event is organised by the CAGE Post Doc researchers Ali Moghaddasi Kelishomi and Mariaelisa Epifanio.

    12.30-13.00

    Registration and Lunch

    13.00-13.45

    Sascha Becker

    Censorship during Reformation and Counter-Reformation” (with Francisco J. Pino and Jordi Vidal-Robert).

    13.45-14.30

    Aditi Dimri

    Patrilocality in India: Beyond the Mother-in-law, Daughter-in-law drama?

    14.30-15.00

    Coffee Break

    15.00-15.45

    Mirko Draca

    How Polarised are Citizens? Measuring Ideology from the Ground Up' (with Carlo Schwarz)

    15.45-16.30

    Vera Troeger

    TBA

  • Thu01Jun

    Micro Theory Reading Group

    1:00pm - 2:00pm, S2.84

    Yatish Arya

    (paper to be confirmed)

  • Sat03Jun

    Theatre trip to Stratford-upon-Avon

    11:30am, 1 day 6 hours, Royal Shakespeare Theatre
    We are pleased to announce that we are organising a theatre trip for MSc Students to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre to see Antony & Cleopatra.
    Saturday, 3 June 2017
    Programme

    11:30

    Departure from University bus stop

    12:00-13:00

    Lunch in Stratford (free time)

    13:15-16:45

    Antony & Cleopatra play

    17:00

    Departure from Stratford

    17:30

    Arrival back at the University

    About the Play

    Antony and Cleopatra is a tragedy by William Shakespeare. It was performed first around 1607 at the Blackfriars Theatre or the Globe Theatre. Its first appearance in print was in the Folio of 1623.

    The Plot

    Antony and Cleopatra is one of Shakespeare’s great historical love stories. Antony is captivated by Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt. Gossip and scandal leads to plots of murder and battles. Read more about the play from the RSC website.

    The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC)

    The RSC is a major British theatre company, based in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire. The company employs over 1000 staff and produces around 20 productions a year from its home in Stratford-upon-Avon and plays regularly in London, Newcastle upon Tyne and on tour across the UK and internationally.

    Theatre Etiquette
    • Take your seat no less than 5 minutes before starting time.
    • Consider those around you.
    • Audio or visual recording equipment is strictly forbidden.
    • Keep your mobile equipment (e.g. phones, iPads or digital watches) turned off at all times in the auditorium.
    • Do not take drinks in glasses into the auditorium. Plastic cups are available for any cold drinks and may be taken in.
    • Please refrain from talking during the performance.
    Stratford-upon-Avon – where to eat

    There are plenty of places near the theatre to have lunch before the performance. If you fancy a light bite, there are many snack and sandwich outlets in the nearby shops, or you could visit one of Stratford-upon-Avon’s wonderful tea / coffee shops. If the weather is good you could enjoy a picnic in the park beside the theatre, or visit the theatre’s Riverside Café.

    How to book your tickets

    We have 50 tickets available and they will be allocated on first come first served basis.

    1. Book your tickets via the booking form below. The form will be opened from Friday 12 May to Monday 22 May, or until all tickets are sold out.

    online booking form.

    2. You will be able to collect your tickets from Tuesday, 23 May until Friday 2 June from the Economics Executive Office - Gill Gudger or Sharon Yarrow in Room S1.130, Mon-Fri 10.00am-3.00pm. Please note that you will be required to pay a £10 refundable deposit before collecting your tickets. If you have a query, please email Gill or Sharon g.e.gudger@warwick.ac.uk or s.yarrow@warwick.ac.uk.

    3. Your refundable deposit will be available for collection from Monday, 5 June from the Economics Executive Office. Please note that if you book but do not attend, you will not be able to claim the deposit back.

  • Mon05Jun

    Undergraduate Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 Examinations

    6 days,
  • Mon05Jun

    Senior Management Team (SMT) Meeting

    11:00am - 12:00pm, S2.133
  • Mon05Jun

    Nico Voigtlander (UCLA) - Economic History Workshop

    1:00pm - 2:00pm, S1.50, Social Sciences Building

    Nico Voigtlander (UCLA) - further details to follow.

  • Mon05Jun

    MSc Chair's Action Meeting March Dissertations

    2:00pm - 5:00pm, S2.77
  • Wed07Jun

    CRETA Workshop - Wednesday, June 7

    10:00am - 5:30pm,
  • Wed07Jun

    Quigmin Liu (Columbia) - CRETA Seminar

    4:00pm - 5:30pm, S2.79, Social Sciences Building

    Quigmin Liu will be presenting as part of the CRETA Seminar Series. Further information will be available in due course.

  • Wed07Jun

    Econometrics Seminar - Ulrich Muller (Princeton)

    4:00pm - 5:30pm, S0.13

    Ulrich Muller (Princeton) will be presenting as part of the Econometrics Seminar series. Further details will be available in due course.

  • Thu08Jun

    Macro/International Workshop

    1:00pm - 2:00pm, S2.77 Cowling Room

    Ayesgul Sahin (NY Fed)

    Demographic Origins of the Startup Deficit (with Fatih Karahan and Ben Pugsley)

  • Fri09Jun

    Economic Theory Workshop

    2 days, Scarman House, The University of Warwick

    The annual Economic Theory Workshop has been hosted by the Department of Economics at The University of Warwick for the last 8 years and is recognised as one of the top workshops in the world.

    Date: Friday 9 – Saturday 10 June 2017

    It provides the opportunity for leading Economic theorists to engage and discuss the latest ideas in economic theory and to foster collaborative research projects.

    Academic Lead: Professor Bhaskar Dutta

    Friday 9 June

    09.15

    Welcome

    09:20-10:20

    Andy Skrypacz (Stanford), “Random Inspection and Periodic Reviews: Optimal Dynamic Monitoring”

    10:20-10:45

    Coffee/Tea (Scarman Lounge)

    10:45-11:45

    Navin Kartik (Columbia), “Single Crossing Differences in Distribution”

    11:45-12:45

    Phil Reny (Chicago), “Perfect Conditional ε-Equilibria of Multi-Stage Games with Infinite Sets of Signals and Actions”

    12:45-14:00 Lunch (Scarman Restaurant)

    14:00-15:00

    Philip Jehiel (Paris School of Economics and UCL), “Investigation with Forgetful Liars”

    15:00-16:00

    Sanjeev Goyal (Cambridge), “Integration and Segregation”

    16:00-16:30

    Coffee/Tea (Scarman Lounge)
    16:30-17:30 Elchanan Ben Porat (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), “Mechanisms with Evidence Commitment and Robustness”
    17:30-18:30 Rann Spiegler (Tel Aviv and UCL) “The Variable Selection Curse”
    19:30 Drinks and Dinner (Scarman Restaurant)

    Saturday 10 June

    09:30-10:30

    Wolfgang Pesendorfer (Princeton), “Updating ambiguous random variables”

    10:30-11:00

    Coffee/Tea (Scarman Lounge)

    11:00-12:00

    Ben Brooks (Chicago), “Informationally Robust Optimal Auction Design”

    12:00-13:00

    Peter De Marzo (Stanford), “Test Design”

    13:00-14:15

    Lunch (Scarman Restaurant)

    14:15-15:15

    Alessandro Pavan (Northwestern), “Persuasion in Global Games with application to stress testing”

    15:15-15:45

    Coffee/Tea (Scarman Lounge)

    15:45-16:45

    Alexander Wolitzky (MIT), “Learning from Others’ Outcomes”

    16:45

    End

    Registration

    To book a place for this event, please complete the registration form. Places are limited so early booking is recommended.

    Register here to attend

    Contact

    E-mail: economics dot events at warwick dot ac dot uk

    Telephone: (024) 76528569

  • Mon12Jun

    Undergraduate Year 1 and Year 2 Examinations

    6 days,
  • Wed14Jun

    Econometrics Summer Masterclass and Workshop

    3 days,

    The Department is pleased to announce the Econometrics Summer Masterclass organised by Dr Mingli Chen and the Econometrics and Labour Research Group for both staff and PhD students.

    Wednesday 14– 16 June 2017
    S0.11 Social Sciences building (view location)

    The three day event includes a masterclass and workshop and is an excellent opportunity to hear from leading academics in the field of Econometrics. Participants may attend one or both events and lunch is included for all participants.

    Workshop (Wednesday 14 June 2017)

    The program is as follows:

    The 6 following speakers will each give a one hour talk. The title and schedule of the talks will be available soon.

    Time  
    09:30 - 10:00

    Coffee

    10:00 - 11:00

    Luis Candelaria (Warwick/Duke); A Semiparametric Network Formation Model with Multiple Linear Fixed Effects

    11:00 - 12:00

    Takashi Yamagata (York); Testing for Alpha in Linear Factor Pricing Models with a Large Number of Securities

    joint with Hashem Pesaran

    12:00 - 13:30

    Lunch

    13:30 - 14:30

    Geert Dheane (KU Leuven); Profile-score adjustments for incidental-parameter problems

    joint with Koen Jochmans

    14:30 - 15:30

    Guido Kuersteiner (Maryland); Estimation with Aggregate Shocks

    joint with Jinyong Hahn and Maurizio Mazzocco

    15:30 - 16:00

    Coffee break

    16:00 - 17:00

    Bo E. Honoré (Princeton); Panel Vector Auto regressions with Binary Data


    Masterclass (Thursday 15 - Friday 16 June 2017)

    Bo Honore (Princeton) will give a master class on panel data models.

    Thursday 15th June

    Time  

    9.45 – 12.00

    Session 1: Motivations and introduction. The linear model. Static Binary models.
    (10.45 -11.00 - Coffee Break)

    12.00 – 13.30

    Lunch

    13.30 – 15.45

    Session 2: Dynamic Binary models. VAR Binary Panel Data models.
    (14.30 - 14.45- Coffee Break)

    Friday 16th June

    Time  

    9.45 – 12.00

    Session 3: Other Nonlinear Dynamic and Static Panel Data models. Multiple fixed effects.
    (10.45 -11.00 - Coffee Break)

    12:00-13:30

    Lunch

    13.30 – 15.45

    Session 4: Nonparametric approaches and wrapping up.
    (14.30 - 14.45 - Coffee Break)

    Registration

    These events are open to Faculty members and MRes/PhD students from the Department of Economics, Department of Statistics, the Mathematics Institute, and the Warwick Business School.

    You must register via the link below to book a place for this event. Places are limited so early booking is recommended.

    For registration enquiries, please contact Margaret Nash - M.J.Nash@warwick.ac.uk 

    Register for event

  • Wed14Jun

    MSc/MRes Mitigating Committee

    10:00am - 2:00pm, S2.77
  • Thu15Jun

    DR@W Forum - Leonhard Lades (Stirling)

    2:30pm - 3:45pm, Wolfson 3

    Self-control failures as judged by themselves (with Liam Delaney)

    Behavioral economic insights about systematic decision making biases have obtained considerable influence in policy-making. All over the world, governments use these insights to nudge individuals towards making decisions that make individuals “better off, as judged by themselves”. However, behavioral economics also poses a problem for such policy applications: If choices are biased and do not always reveal individuals’ true preferences, how can policy makers identify what makes individuals better off, as judged by themselves? This question is particularly hard to answer when short-term preferences conflict with long-term preferences. In order to identify whether a policy makes individuals better off, we need a welfare standard to determine what “better off” means and we need a way to measure welfare according to that standard. This paper deals with the latter and discusses whether data from everyday life can be used to evaluate policies assuming that policy makers subscribe to a certain welfare standard (choice, subjective well-being, or rational decision making). We present data from a day reconstruction study in which we tracked self-control problems and subjective well-being of 259 participants over one day. Using this data, we first show that it is possible to identify self-acknowledged self-control failures in everyday life. In a nutshell, if individuals attempt to resist a behavior, but nonetheless enact it, a self-acknowledged self-control failure is present. Secondly, we investigate whether self-acknowledged self-control problems are costly in terms of subjective well-being. Finally, we discuss theoretical and practical issues with using everyday data in policy evaluation.

  • Fri16Jun

    Deadline for return of UG Final Year marks - TBC

    12:00pm - 12:00pm,
  • Fri16Jun

    Macro/International Workshop

    1:00pm - 2:00pm, S2.77 Cowling Room

    Stefano Eusepi (NY Fed)

  • Mon19Jun

    Undergraduate Year 2 Examinations

    4 days,
  • Mon19Jun

    Senior Management Team (SMT) Meeting

    11:00am - 12:00pm, S2.133

    Further details to be available in due course.

  • Wed21Jun

    Year 3 Mitigating Committee for Economics and PPE

    10:00am - 1:00pm, S2.77
  • Wed21Jun

    Deadline for return of UG Year 1 marks - TBC

    12:00pm - 12:00pm,
  • Wed21Jun

    MTWP Lunchtime Workshop

    1:00pm - 2:00pm, S2.79

    Guillem Ordonez Calafi

  • Wed21Jun

    Postgraduate Live Chat

    2:00pm - 3:00pm,

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your postgraduate questions answered.

  • Thu22Jun

    Undergraduate Live Chat

    12:00pm - 1:00pm,

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your undergraduate questions answered.

  • Thu22Jun

    DR@W Forum - Paul Frijters (LSE)

    2:30pm - 3:45pm, Wolfson 3

    Black Lives Matter – The Impact of Racial Shooting on Black Well-Being

    Draft manuscript available on request.

  • Fri23Jun

    Macro/International Workshop

    1:00pm - 2:00pm, S1.50, Social Sciences Building

    Alex Karalis (Warwick)

  • Mon26Jun

    PPE Final Prelim Board

    10:00am - 11:00am, S2.77
  • Mon26Jun

    EPAIS Final Prelim Board

    11:00am - 12:00pm, S2.77
  • Mon26Jun

    PPE and EPAIS Internal 1st Yr meetings

    12:00pm - 1:00pm, S2.77
  • Mon26Jun

    Economics Internal 1st Yr meeting

    1:00pm - 2:00pm,
  • Mon26Jun

    Economics Final Prelim Board

    2:00pm - 5:00pm, S2.77
  • Tue27Jun

    Deadline for return of Diploma marks

    12:00pm - 12:00pm,
  • Tue27Jun

    MSc/MRes Exam Board

    1:30pm - 4:00pm, S2.77
  • Tue27Jun

    EPAIS Final Yr Exam Board

    4:00pm - 5:00pm, S2.77
  • Tue27Jun

    PPE Final Yr Exam Board

    5:00pm - 6:00pm, S2.77
  • Wed28Jun

    Economics and Economics/Maths Final Yr Exam Board

    10:00am - 1:00pm, S2.77
  • Wed28Jun

    MTWP Lunchtime Workshop

    1:00pm - 2:00pm, S2.79

    Ayush Pant

  • Thu29Jun

    Faculty of Social Science 1st Year Board of Examiners

    10:00am - 2:00pm, S2.77
  • Thu29Jun

    DR@W Forum - Susan Michie (UCL Centre for Behaviour Change)

    2:30pm - 3:45pm, Wolfson 3

    Artificial Intelligence meets behavioural science: The Human Behaviour-Change Project

    To advance our understanding of behaviour change and apply that understanding to real-wold problems, evidence is needed about intervention effectiveness across contexts, and about mechanisms of action. Such evidence is currently produced on a vast but fragmented scale and more rapidly than humans can synthesise and access. The Human Behaviour Change Project brings together behavioural, computer and information scientists to build an Artificial Intelligence system to continually scan the world literature on behaviour change, extract key information and use this to build and update the scientific understanding of human behaviour to answer variants of the ‘big question’: ‘What works, compared with what, how well, for whom, in what settings, for what behaviours, for how long and why?’. A user interface will allow researchers, policy makers and practitioners to seek answers to their queries. The project will focus initially on the use-case of smoking cessation but the project team will make available resources, products and findings throughout the life of the project to encourage collaboration.

  • Fri30Jun

    Deadline for return of UG Year 2 marks - TBC

    12:00pm - 12:00pm,
  • Fri30Jun

    Macro/International Workshop

    1:00pm - 2:00pm, S2.77 Cowling Room

    Anthony Tuckwell (Warwick)

  • Wed28Jun

    13th CAGE Research Day

    12:30pm - 4:30pm, S1.50, Social Sciences Building

    S1.50 (Social Science Building) 12:30pm to 16:30pm
    Wednesday 28th June 2017

    The aim of this half-day event is for our faculty and associated academics to present recent work related to CAGE's themes, in an informal setting allowing for feedback and discussion.

    This event is organised by the CAGE Post Doc researchers Ali Moghaddasi Kelishomi and Mariaelisa Epifanio.

    12.30-13.00

    Registration and Lunch

    13.00-13.45

    Sascha Becker

    Censorship during Reformation and Counter-Reformation” (with Francisco J. Pino and Jordi Vidal-Robert).

    13.45-14.30

    Aditi Dimri

    Patrilocality in India: Beyond the Mother-in-law, Daughter-in-law drama?

    14.30-15.00

    Coffee Break

    15.00-15.45

    Mirko Draca

    How Polarised are Citizens? Measuring Ideology from the Ground Up' (with Carlo Schwarz)

    15.45-16.30

    Vera Troeger

    TBA

  • Wed05Jul

    Teaching Committee

    2:00pm - 4:00pm, S2.133
  • Mon10Jul

    2nd Yr Economics, Economics/Maths, Diploma Exam Board

    11:00am - 1:30pm, S2.77
  • Tue11Jul

    EPAIS 2nd Yr Exam Board

    11:00am - 12:00pm, S2.77
  • Tue11Jul

    PPE 2nd Yr Exam Board - TBC

    12:00pm - 1:00pm, S2.81
  • Wed12Jul

    Deadline for September resit papers to Coordinators

    3:00pm - 4:00pm,
  • Sun16Jul

    Warwick Summer School, London

    20 days, St Mary's University

    Your summer of opportunities, networking, creating memories, learning and debating with renowned academics and guest speakers 16 July - 4 August.

  • Mon17Jul

    Senior Management Team (SMT) Meeting

    11:00am - 12:00pm, S2.133
  • Wed19Jul

    Postgraduate Live Chat

    12:00pm - 1:00pm, Online

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your postgraduate questions answered.

  • Wed26Jul

    Undergraduate Live Chat

    2:00pm - 3:00pm,

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your undergraduate questions answered.

  • Tue11Jul

    CAGE Visitor: Jared Rubin (Chapman)

    4 days,
  • Mon04Sep

    September Resit Examinations

    5 days,
  • Wed06Sep

    Graduate Management Committee

    2:00pm - 4:00pm, S2.133
  • Tue12Sep

    Deadline for return of Diploma marks

    12:00pm - 12:00pm,
  • Wed13Sep

    Postgraduate Live Chat

    12:00pm - 1:00pm, Online

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your postgraduate questions answered.

  • Wed13Sep

    Undergraduate Management Committee

    2:00pm - 4:00pm, S2.133

    (Kelly Taylor)

  • Thu14Sep

    Deadline for return of UG marks

    12:00pm - 12:00pm,
  • Fri15Sep

    Deadline for return of PG marks

    12:00pm - 12:00pm,
  • Tue19Sep

    1st Yr Economics, EPAIS and Diploma Chair's Action meeting

    10:00am - 11:00am, S2.77
  • Wed20Sep

    Teaching Committee

    2:00pm - 4:00pm, S2.133
  • Wed20Sep

    Faculty of Social Science 1st Year Board of Examiners - TBC

    2:00pm - 5:00pm,
  • Wed27Sep

    MSc/MRes (year 1) Chair's Action Meeting

    10:00am - 2:00pm, S2.77
  • Wed27Sep

    Undergraduate Live Chat

    2:00pm - 3:00pm,

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your undergraduate questions answered.

  • Fri03Nov

    MSc/MRes (Year 1) Exam Board

    8:00am - 2:00pm, S2.77
  • Wed26Jul

    Undergraduate Live Chat

    2:00pm - 3:00pm,

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your undergraduate questions answered.

  • Thu17Aug

    Undergraduate Live Chat

    12:00pm - 1:00pm,

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your undergraduate questions answered.

  • Wed27Sep

    Undergraduate Live Chat

    2:00pm - 3:00pm,

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your undergraduate questions answered.

  • Wed19Jul

    Postgraduate Live Chat

    12:00pm - 1:00pm, Online

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your postgraduate questions answered.

  • Wed26Jul

    Undergraduate Live Chat

    2:00pm - 3:00pm,

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your undergraduate questions answered.

  • Wed16Aug

    Postgraduate Live Chat

    2:00pm - 3:00pm, Online

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your postgraduate questions answered.

  • Thu17Aug

    Undergraduate Live Chat

    12:00pm - 1:00pm,

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your undergraduate questions answered.

  • Wed13Sep

    Postgraduate Live Chat

    12:00pm - 1:00pm, Online

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your postgraduate questions answered.

  • Wed27Sep

    Undergraduate Live Chat

    2:00pm - 3:00pm,

    Chat directly with University admissions staff to get your undergraduate questions answered.

  • Wed28Jun

    13th CAGE Research Day

    12:30pm - 4:30pm, S1.50, Social Sciences Building

    S1.50 (Social Science Building) 12:30pm to 16:30pm
    Wednesday 28th June 2017

    The aim of this half-day event is for our faculty and associated academics to present recent work related to CAGE's themes, in an informal setting allowing for feedback and discussion.

    This event is organised by the CAGE Post Doc researchers Ali Moghaddasi Kelishomi and Mariaelisa Epifanio.

    12.30-13.00

    Registration and Lunch

    13.00-13.45

    Sascha Becker

    Censorship during Reformation and Counter-Reformation” (with Francisco J. Pino and Jordi Vidal-Robert).

    13.45-14.30

    Aditi Dimri

    Patrilocality in India: Beyond the Mother-in-law, Daughter-in-law drama?

    14.30-15.00

    Coffee Break

    15.00-15.45

    Mirko Draca

    How Polarised are Citizens? Measuring Ideology from the Ground Up' (with Carlo Schwarz)

    15.45-16.30

    Vera Troeger

    TBA

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Find out more about a selection of our events that take place each year: