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, Trade, and Development

Spring 2020 Schedule:

  • March 24: Robin Meeks (Duke Sanford)
  • April 7: Sam Asher (John Hopkins SAIS)
  • April 21: Lyubov Kurkalova (NC A&T)
  • TBD: Michael Springborn (UC Davis)

Coordinators: Raymond Guiteras and Heidi Schweizer.

All seminars are scheduled in Room 4210 Nelson Hall, Tuesdays, 3:00 pm – 4:15 pm unless otherwise noted.

Econometrics Workshop

Spring 2020 Schedule

  • January 23: Ali Habibnia, Virginia Tech
  • February 13: Karun Adusumilli, Penn
  • February 20: Xiaoting Sun, SFU
  • February 27: Christoph Breunig, Emory
  • April 2: Dennis Kristensen, UCL
  • April 3: Mikkel Plagborg-Møller, Princeton
  • April 9: Anna Mikusheva, MIT

The NC State’s regular workshop is taking place at North Carolina State University, 4210 of Nelson Hall (campus map – Nelson Hall is at the top-left), from 3:00 pm – 4:15 pm.

Triangle Resources and Environmental Economics Seminar Series (TREE)

Spring 2020 Schedule

CEnREP partners with RTI International and Duke University to present the TREE Seminar Series.  All seminars take place on Thursday from 3:15 – 4:45 pm in Building 09/Conference Room 137 at RTI International’s Campus, unless otherwise noted.

CEnREP Colloquia

Spring 2020 Schedule

  • January 10th: Dr. Jin Qin, Lecturer of Economics, College of William and Mary
    “A Test of the Relationship between Air Pollution and Trade Liberalization: The Case of China”
    Location: Nelson Hall 2405
    **Please note the change in location**
  • January 24th: Dr. Hyeongul Roh, Postdoctoral Fellow, Duke University Energy Initiative
    “Wind Energy, Transmission, and Production Costs: Does Increased Connectivity Help All?”
  • Friday, March 27thDr. Natalie Nelson, Assistant Professor in Biological and Agricultural Engineering, NC State University, “Accounting for Pollution Legacies in Water Quality Impact Evaluation”
    Location: TBD
  • Friday, April 10thDr. Josh Gray, Assistant Professor in Forestry and Environmental Resources, NC State University, “Remote Sensing for Economists”
    Location: TBD

The CEnREP Bi-monthly Luncheon Colloquium provides a forum for Agricultural and Resource Economics students to present their research and receive feedback from their peers and professors.

All colloquia are held from 12:00 – 1:00 pm on Fridays in 2403 Nelson Hall unless otherwise noted below.

NC State Microeconomics Workshop Series

Fall 2019

All talks are held in 4210 Nelson Hall on Wednesdays, 3:00 – 4:15 pm, unless noted otherwise. When available, paper titles link to the paper.