The Department of Economics has announced details for the spring 2022 Seminar Series, featuring economists from across the globe presenting cutting edge research in a wide range of subfields.
The following virtual seminars will be hosted on Zoom:
- Friday, February 11, 1-2 PM: Jayati Ghosh (University of Massachusetts Amherst), “Climate Responsibility and Industrialization: A New Asian Dilemma?” moderated by CSU Professor of Economics Ramaa Vasudevan
- Friday, February 18, 12-1 PM: Marc Fleurbaey (Princeton University), “The Green Liberal Dilemma in Climate Policy” co-hosted by the CSU Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics
- Wednesday, April 13, 12-1 PM: Christian Gollier (Toulouse School of Economics), “The Welfare Cost of Ignoring the Beta” co-hosted by the CSU Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics
- Friday, April 22, 12-1 PM: Armon Rezai (Vienna University)
Additionally, the department is pleased to bring the following speakers to campus for in-person seminars:
- Friday, February 25, 3-4 PM: Stephen Marglin (Harvard University)
- Thursday, March 10, 4-5 PM: Edward Barbier, CSU University Distinguished Professor
- Friday, March 25, 3-4 PM: Jessica Hoel (Colorado College)
- Friday, April 1, 3-4 PM: David Kelly (University of Miami)
- Friday, April 8, 3-4 PM: Dietrich Vollrath (University of Houston)
- Friday, April 29, 3-4 PM: Larry Chavis (University of North Carolina Chapel Hill)
Editor’s note, 2/18/22: Some dates have been changed to reflect schedule changes since the first publication of this article on 2/3/22. We apologize for any confusion or inconvenience.