Seminar Series

The economics department hosts a regular seminar series bi-weekly where economists from area universities present their research, visit, and interact with colleagues.

All seminars are held in Sellinger Hall 318 unless noted otherwise. 

Current Schedule

Fall 2018

Seminars are from noon – 1 p.m. in Sellinger Hall 318

Date and Time Speaker Title
October 3 Alex Henke
(Howard University)
October 24 Jordan Neyland
(George Mason University)
November 14 Andrew Samuel, Jeremy Schwartz, and Kerry Tan
(Loyola University Maryland)
 Licensing and the informal economy: theory and evidence from Baltimore City 
November 28 Lena Ogrokhina
(Lafayette University)

Past Seminars

Fall 2017

Date and Time Speaker Title
September 27, 2017 –
10 a.m.
Fabio Mendes
(Loyola University Maryland)
October 4, 2017 –
10 a.m.
Murat Mungan
(George Mason University)
“Reducing crime through expungements”
October 18, 2017 –
10 a.m.
Delina Agnosteva
(Drexel University)
“Trade-promoting and welfare enhancing cartels?”
November 29, 2017 –
10 a.m.
Nune Hovhannisyan
(Loyola University Maryland)

Spring 2017

Date Speaker Title
February 8, 2017  Carola Binder
(Haverford College) 
"Interest Rate Prominence in Consumer Decisionmaking" 
February 22, 2017
Michael Curran
(Villanova University)
“Real Exchange Rate Persistence and Country Characteristics”
March 22, 2017
Srikanth Ramamurthy
(Loyola University Maryland) 
April 5, 2017
Richard McGowan
(Boston College, visiting professor at Loyola University Maryland)
 “Internet gambling and fantasy sports”
April 19, 2017
Kerry Tan
(Loyola University Maryland)