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Seminars and Workshops

We offer multiple opportunities for students to interact with renowned experts in the field as well as their peers and be exposed to diverse, cutting-edge research as well as present their own. Search our seminars and workshops to learn something new.

Economics of Agriculture


3 – 4:15 pm | Location TBD

Coordinators:  Ezgi Cengiz and Jeff Dorfman

Triangle Resources and Environmental Economics Seminar Series (TREE)

The Triangle Resource and Environmental Economics (TREE) seminar series is sponsored by CEnREP, jointly with Duke University and RTI International.


  • March 21st: Tamma Carleton, UC Santa Barbara
  • Rescheduled– April 18th: James Archsmith, U of Maryland
  • April 25th: Soumya Balasubramanya, World Bank

Thursdays | 3 – 4:15 | RTI’s Hill building (ground floor conference room)

International Economics

Spring 2024

  • Feb. 2: Ferdinando Monte (Georgetown University) and Steve Redding (Princeton University
  • March 22: George Alessandria (Unviersity of Rochester) and Kim Ruhl (Unviersity of Wisconsin)
  • March 29: Kristian Behrens (Université du Québec à Montréal) and Giordano Mion (ESSEC Business School)
  • April 12: Jonathan Dingel (University of Chicago) and Samuel Kortum (Yale University)
  • May 9-10: Workshop on Rethinking the Global Trading System

CEnREP Applied Methods Colloquia

Center for Environmental and Resource Economic Policy


  • April 5: Clayson Shumway (Location: Nelson Hall room 2402)
  • April 12: Ben Rachunok (Location: Nelson Hall room 2402)
  • April 19: Serena Kim  (Location: Nelson Hall room 2403)
  • May 3: Andrew Earle (ECU) -T opic: “Causal inference, high-frequency data, and the recreational value of water quality.” (Location: Scott Hall room 106)

All events will take place from 12-1pm. See locations in each description.

Economics Workshop

Spring 2024

3 – 4:15 pm | 4210 Nelson Hall, unless otherwise noted