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Economics Virtual Seminar Calendar: Money

This is an attempt to assemble the many virtual seminar that have appeared now that most people are confined home. This is work in progress and is being continually improved. Suggestions welcome.

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For a calendar of archived past virtual seminars in Money, see here. For upcoming seminars across all fields see here.

Virtual seminars are listed with earliest days first. They are not ordered within the day, be careful with time zones (Timezone map ).

iCal calendar for Money (3 entries)

"Enduring Love: the Long-Term Effect of a New Stadium on Attendance at Professional English Soccer" presented by Stefan Szymanski
On 2021-04-23 at 14:30 UTC+01    iCal calendar entry
Reading Online Sport Economics Seminars (ROSES) at Department of Economics, University of Reading
Fields: Finance, History of Econ, Money
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Teams
Submitted by J James Reade, seminar id 943
"Credit lines, bank deposits or CBDC? Competition & efficiency in modern payment systems" presented by Martin Schneider and Dirk Niepelt (Discussant)
On 2021-04-30 at 11:00 UTC-05    iCal calendar entry
CB&DC Virtual Seminar Series
Fields: Finance, Macro, Money
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
Link to additional materials: Paper
Submitted by Jonathan Chiu, seminar id 960
"The Slope of the Phillips Curve: Evidence from U.S. States" presented by Emi Nakamura
On 2021-04-30 at 19:00 UTC00    iCal calendar entry
Marleau Lecture Series
Fields: Econometrics, Macro, Money
Registration is required: Link
Link to seminar: Zoom
IDEAS abstract page
Link to additional materials: Abstract
Additional note: Free event
Submitted by Lilia Karnizova, seminar id 961

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