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

Spring 2023

Scheduled from 3 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. in Nelson 410, unless otherwise noted.

Coordinators: Raymond Guiteras, Heidi Schweizer and Ezgi Cengiz

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Triangle Resources and Environmental Economics Seminar Series (TREE)

Spring 2023

  • Feb. 9: Seema Jayachandran (Princeton)
  • Feb. 16: Stephen Holland (UNC Greensboro)
  • March 2: Christopher Costello (UCSB)
  • March 23: Marshall Burke (Stanford)
  • March 30: Bryan Leonard (Arizona State)
  • April 13: Sheetal Sekhri (University of Virginia)

All seminars are from 3:00 – 4:15 p.m.

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International Economics

Spring 2023

  • Feb. 14: Theodore Papageorgiou (Boston College) – Duke Campus
  • Feb. 16: Myrto Kalouptsidi (Harvard University) – Duke Campus
  • March 31: Nick Bloom (Stanford University), Yoko Shibuya (Duke University) and Melanie Wallskog (Duke University) – NC State Campus
  • April 7: Lydia Cox (Yale University), Andrew Greenland (Elon University), Christopher Meissner (UC Davis) and Sharon Traiberman (NYU) – NC State Campus

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CEnREP Applied Methods Colloquia

Fall 2022

  • Sept. 9: Pedro Sant’Anna (Microsoft and Vanderbilt) – virtual
  • Sept. 23: Richard Li (NCSU Economics PhD Candidate)
  • Oct. 7: Jackie MacDonald Gibson (NCSU CCEE)
  • Oct. 14: Elinor Benami (Virginia Tech)
  • Oct. 28: TBD
  • Nov. 11: Yiqing Liu (NCSU Economics PhD Candidate)

All seminars are from 12:00 – 1:00pm.

Econometrics Workshop

Spring 2023

  • March 24: Yingying Fan (USC)
  • March 31: Xu Cheng (UPenn)
  • April 7: Federico Bandi (John Hopkins)
  • April 21: Max Farrell (Chicago Booth)

All NC State Econometrics workshops take place in room 4210 of Nelson Hall, from 3 – 4:15 p.m.