Neat seminars

Neat seminars
 North-Eastern Applied Theory

What is NEAT?

The NEAT (North-Eastern Applied Theory) Seminars invite scholars working in economic theory, or with an interest in theory-driven applications and experiments.

They are organised by faculty members based in Padua and Venice. The meetings rotate between Padua, Venice, and online

Any scholar (including post-docs and doctoral students) is welcome to attend. If you wish to contact us or show your interest you can reach us at  neatseminars@gmail.com 

NEAT seminars
Università Ca' Foscari Venezia
Università degli studi di Padova

Seminars

Upcoming NEAT seminars

Location: University of Padua, Dept. of Economics.

Date and time: Friday October 22th12.15pm (Central European time)


External SpeakerAntonio Miralles (University of Messina)

Paper presented: "Access to Better Schools in Stratified School Districts" 


Internal Speaker (at 11.15am): Edoardo Grillo (University of Padua)

Paper presented:"The Perils of a Friendly Oversight"


Zoom link (for both talks)


Location: Online only 
Date and time: Friday November 5h, 5.30pm (Central European time)
Speaker: Alvaro Sandroni (Kellogg school of management, Northwestern University)
Paper presented: "The Evolution of Incompetence"
Zoom link


Location: Ca' Foscari, University of Venice, Dept. of Economics.

Date and time: Friday November 26th, 12.15pm (Central European time)

External SpeakerIna Taneva (University of Edinburgh)

Paper presented: "Organized Information Transmission"

Internal Speaker (at 11.15 am): Andrès Salamanca (Ca’ Foscari)

Paper presented: “Biased mediators in conflict resolution”

Zoom link (for both talks)


Location: University of Padua, Dept. of Economics.

Date and time: Friday December 17th12.15pm (Central European time)


External SpeakerLeonardo Boncinelli (University of Florence)

Paper presented: "Strategy Assortativity and the Evolution of Parochialism" 


Internal Speaker (at 11.15 am): Alessia Russo (University of Padua)

Paper presented: “TBA” 


Zoom link (for both talks)


Past seminars

Location: Ca' Foscari, University of Venice, Dept. of Economics.
Date and time: Friday October 8th, 2021 12.15 and 2.45pm (Central European time)
1st Speaker: Helios Herrera (Warwick University)
Paper presented: "Echo Chamber Elections"

2nd Speaker: Valerio Dotti (Ca’ Foscari)

Paper presented: "Consistent Flexibility: Enforcement of Fiscal Rules Through Political Incentives"

Date and time: Friday September 24th 2021, 5.30pm (Central European time)

Speaker: Roberto Serrano (Brown University)
Paper presented: "A Rationalization of the Weak Axiom of Revealed Preference"

 

Date and time: Friday May 7th 2021, 5.30pm (Central European time)
Speaker: Faruk Gul (Princeton)
Paper presented: "Lindahl equilibrium as a collective choice rule"

Date and time: Friday April 23rd 2021, 5.30pm (Central European time)
Speaker: Alessandro Bonatti (MIT)
Paper presented: "The economics of social data" 

Date and time: Friday April 9th 2021, 5.30pm (Central European time)
Speaker: Yusufcan Masatlioglu (Maryland)
Paper presented: "Progressive random choice" 

Date and time: Friday March 12th 2021, 5.30pm (Central European time)
Speaker: Nageeb Ali (Penn state)
Paper presented: "Voluntary disclosure and personalized pricing"  

Date and time: Friday March 5th 2021, 5.30pm (Central European time)
Speaker: Navin Kartik (Columbia)
Paper presented: "Improving information from manipulable data”

Date and time: Friday February 26th 2021, 5.30pm (Central European time)
Speaker: Guillaume Frechette (NYU)
Paper presented: "Beliefs in repeated games"

Date and time: Friday February 5th 2021, 12.30pm (Central European time)
Speaker: Jonathan Newton (Kyoto University)
Paper presented: "Deep and shallow thinking in the long run" 

Date and time: Friday December 11th 2020, 12.30pm (Central European time)
Speaker: Philippe Jehiel (UCL and PSE)
Paper presented: "Analogy-Based Expectation Equilibrium: Theory, Applications, and Beyond" 

Date and time: Friday November 27th 2020, 12.30pm (Central European time)
Speaker: Piero Gottardi (University of Oslo)
Paper presented: "Mediation design” 

Date and time: Friday November 6th 2020, 12.30pm (Central European time)
Speaker: Bard Harstad (University of Oslo)
Paper presented: "A Theory of Pledge-and-Review Bargaining” 

Date and time: Friday October 23rd 2020, 12.30pm (Central European time)
Speaker: David Levine (European University Institute)
Paper presented: "The Whip and the Bible: Punishment Versus Internalization" (with Rohan Dutta and Salvatore Modica) 

Date and time: Tuesday October 6th 2020, 1pm (Central European time)
Speaker: Alberto Bennardo (University of Salerno)
Paper presented: Acquisition and communication of hard information in a multitask principal-agent relationship"


Events

Workshop "Economic choices under partial representations"

Venice, (new date to be announced)

(Tentative) Program

Invited speakers:

  • Vessela Daskalova (Toulouse School of Economics)
  • Andrew Ellis (London School of Economics)
  • Jeanne Hagenbach (SciencesPo Paris)
  • Paul Heidhues (University Düsseldorf )
  • Willemien Kets (Oxford University)
  • Paola Manzini (University of Sussex) or Marco Mariotti (Queen Mary University London)
  • Stefania Minardi (HEC Paris)
  • Heidi Thysen (London School of Economics) 

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