Economics and Complexity Lunch Seminar
The Economics and Complexity Lunch Seminar takes place every two weeks on Thursday from 12:30 to 13:30 at University Paris 1 (Room S/3, Maison des Sciences Économiques, 106 - 112 Boulevard de l'Hôpital). It aims at providing a friendly and informal atmosphere in which ongoing research can be presented and discussed. The seminar welcomes both theoretical and empirical works applying concepts and methods broadly related to the growing field of economics and complexity, including networks and agent-based models.
The seminar welcomes presentations by young and less young researchers, as well as from PhD students.
If you want to make a presentation and book a date you can contact Antoine Mandel (firstname.lastname@example.org), Alessandro De Sanctis (email@example.com) or Kerstin Hotte (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Economics and Complexity Lunch Seminar has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 721846 - Marie Skłodowska-Curie.
Calendar of seminars for 2018
- Thursday 11 January: Kerstin Hotte (University of Bielefeld, University Paris 1), "Eco-innovation diffusion and directed technological change: An agent-based macroeconomic approach based on Eurace@unibi" (link)
- Thursday 25 January: Yuri Biondi (ESCP, CNRS), "Interbank Credit and the Money Manufacturing Process. A Systemic Perspective on Financial Stability" (link)
- Thursday 8 February: Alessandro De Sanctis (PSE, University Paris 1), "Non-performing loans, systemic risk and resilience in financial networks"
- Thursday 22 February: Fenintsoa Andriamasinoro (BRGM), "Analyzing the aggregates resources market in the PACA Region along the value-chain of circular economy of the construction sector"
- Thursday 8 March: Vipin Veetil (University Paris 1), "A Theoretical Explanation of the Price Puzzle"
- Thursday 22 March: Pablo Jensen (ENS Lyon), "Why society does not allow itself to be put into equations (Pourquoi la société ne se laisse pas mettre en équations)"
- Thursday 5 April: Emmanuel Bovari (University Paris 1), "Debt and damages: what are the chances of staying under the 2°C warming threshold?"
- Thursday 19 April: Pierre Lescanne (ENS Lyon), "TBA"
- Thursday 3 May: TBA