Graduate Seminars

(Last updated in: 12/05/2019 - 2:32pm)

Coordinator: Prof. Patrick Behr

1st Semester | 2020
DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Jan, 29 Rafael Schiozer – FGV EAESP To be announced
Feb, 05 Bernardo de Oliveira Guerra Ricca – INSPER To be announced
Feb, 19 Marco Clemente – IESEG To be announced
Mar, 04 Patricio Valenzuela – University of Chile To be announced
Mar, 11 Vinicius Carrasco – PUC-Rio To be announced
Mar, 18 Wolf Wagner – Erasmus University Rotterdam To be announced
Apr, 15 Charles Heckscher – Rutgers University To be announced
Apr, 29 Marco Bonomo - INSPER To be announced
May, 06 Benjamin Tabak – FGV EPPG To be announced
May, 13 Kelly LeRoux – The University of Illinois To be announced
May, 20 Urszula Lagowska – FGV EBAPE To be announced
May, 27 Sandro Cabral – INSPER To be announced

 

Previous events

Coordinator: Prof. Cesar Zucco

2nd Semester | 2019
DATE SPEAKER TITLE
July, 24 Anna Petherick - Oxford The Presidenta Effect: Perceptions of Women in Politics in Post-impeachment Brazil
July, 31 Joana Story - FGV-EAESP Organizational Politics and Its Impact on Performance and Deviance Through Authenticity and Emotional Exhaustion
Aug, 21 Marina Costa Lobo - Universidade de Lisboa Does Supranationalisation of Economic Policy Blur Responsibility? German and Greek Economic Voting in the context of EMU
Sep, 10 Bradley E Wright - SPIA-Georgia How do public employees respond to their job demands over time? Assessing the moderating role of prosocial motivation and performance equity
Sep, 18 Simeon Nichter – UCSD   Vulnerability and Clientelism
Oct, 16 Eduardo Henrique Diniz – FGV EAESP The emergence of solidarity cryptocurrencies
Oct, 30 Lucia Barros – FGV EAESP In-group Embarrassment: When and why people compensate for others’ misbehavior
Nov, 06 Nara Pavão - UFPE The prevalence of fake news and the effectiveness of corrective information in Brazil’s 2018 Election
Nov, 13 Vinicius Brei - UFRGS Gravitational sales forecasting reconciliation
Dec, 4 Cesar Zucco The Volatility Curse: Exogenous Shocks And Representation In Resource-Wealthy Countries
1st Semester | 2019
DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Feb, 06 Prof. Rudi Rocha - FGV EAESP The Effects of Pre-Hospital Care on Hospital Performance: The Case of UPAs 24hs in Rio
Feb, 13 Prof. Susana Claro - Católica de Chile Effects of growth mindset: results from experiments in the field
Mar, 13 Yvon Pesqueux - CNAM Research Design: beyond positivism
Mar, 22 Rodrigo de Oliveira Leite - UERJ Profit Status Of Microfinance Institutions And Incentives For Earnings
Mar, 27 Maribel Suarez - UFRJ Digital Entanglements: Understanding Dependency within Networks
Apr, 17 Ann Cunliffe - FGV EAESP Crafting Qualitative Research: An Example of Researching Leadership
Apr, 24 Hedibert Lopes - INSPER On The Long Run Volatility Of Stocks: Time-Varying Predictive Systems
May, 08 Juliano Assunção - PUC-Rio The Economics of Deforestation in Brazil: the role of policies and agriculture modernization
May, 15 Fabrice Lumineau - Purdue Alliance Governance Mechanisms Revisited: A Temporal Contingency Framework
May, 29 Gil Riella - FGV Brasília Rational Choice with Full-comparability Domains
Jun, 12 Danielle Mantovani - UFPR Looking Up or Down on the Social Ladder: How Socioeconomic Comparison Influences Self and Other Prosocial Behavior

 

2nd Semester | 2018
DATE SPEAKER TiTLE
Aug, 15

Luis A. Martinez-Vaquero
Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies, Italy

Cooperative agreements and the role of forgiveness under the eye of evolutionary game theory

Aug, 31
 

Co-Pierre Georg
University of Cape Town,
South Africa

How Financial Institutions Manage Political Risk: Evidence from Brexit and the Trump Election

Sep, 26

Karsten Hansen
University of California in San Diego
USA

Choice Concentration

Oct, 03

Antonio Pedro Ramos
University of California in Los Angeles
USA

Measuring Within and Between Group Inequality in Early-Life Mortality Over Time: A Bayesian Approach with Application to 8.5 Million Births from 77 Developing Countries
Oct, 10

Andre Garcia de Oliveira Trindade
FGV EPGE

Measuring the Welfare of Intermediation in Vertical Markets

Oct, 17
 

Pantelis Loupos
Northwestern University, USA  

Starting Cold: The Power of Social Networks in Predicting Non-Contractual Customer Behavior
Oct,  31

Stephen Osborne
University of Edinburgh, Scotland

Creating a context for strategic leadership of public services: 'Public Service Logic' and value creation in public services.

Nov, 07

Marcelo Cunha Medeiros
PUC-Rio
 

Forecasting Inflation in a Data-Rich Environment: the Benefits of Machine Learning Methods

Nov, 28

Rodrigo Menon Simões Moita
INSPER 

The Political Economy of an Optimal Congestion Tax: An Empirical Investigation
Dec, 05

Thorsten Beck 
City University of London, England

 

The Micro Impact of Macroprudential Policies:Firm-Level Evidence
 

 

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