CInSt Research Seminars
All videos of CInSt Research Seminars are available on our Youtube channel
Seminars will resume in January 2023
Regular CInSt research seminars are held on Thursdays. During these seminars CInSt researchers or their foreign colleagues present and discuss their finished or prepared for publication papers.
|16.06.22||Francesco Principe||Too Much Too Young: Relative Age and Adolescent Risky Behaviours||Abstract|
|26.05.22||Riccardo Camboni||Setting reserve prices in repeated procurement auctions||Abstract||Video|
|19.05.22||William Pyle||Soviet Industry and the Political Effect of Market Liberalization in Russia||Abstract||Video|
|21.04.22||Leonid Polishchuk||Non-Profits vs. For-Profits in Social Service Delivery: A Theory and Application to US Nursing Homes||Abstract||Video|
|31.03.22||Damian Clarke||Estimating Inter-generational Returns to Medical Care: New Evidence from At-Risk Newborns||Abstract||Video|
|17.02.22||Massimiliano Bratti||Education, Health and Health-Related Behaviors: Evidence from Higher Education Expansion||Abstract||Full text||Video|
|03.02.22||Sergey Popov||Tactical Refereeing and Survival of the Fittest||Abstract||Video|
|20.01.22||Mikhail Mamonov||Declining Regulatory Forbearancein the Presence of Bank Misreporting:A Quasi-Natural Experiment||Abstract||Full text||Video|
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