Colloquium Series for 2014-2015
Dr. Sebastian Roelands served as colloquium coordinator and invited a variety of speakers to BGSU. Below is a list of our colloquia for 2014/15.
November 14, 2014: Jonathan Wolff, Assistant Professor of Economics, Miami University, presented “State-Dependent Output and Welfare Effects of Tax Shocks.”
December 5, 2014: Rachel Childers, Ph.D. candidate, The University of Kansas, presented “Tort Reform Laws: Do the Details Matter?” Rachel is a BGSU alum who graduated in 2009 with her BA in Economics and in 2010 with a MA in Economics. She has returned to her alma mater as an instructor of economics for 2015/16.
December 10, 2014: Ihsan Saracgil, Ph.D. candidate, University of Michigan, presented, “Real Effects of Bank Capital Structure.”
April 20, 2015: Sebastian Roelands, Assistant Professor of Economics, BGSU, presented, “Does ‘Too Big To Fail’ Reduce Competitiveness?”
We enjoy having alumni visit BGSU and speak to our department. If you are interested in giving a colloquium, please contact Dr. Sebastian Roelands at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Updated: 12/02/2017 12:49AM