We were specifically excited to host a guest from Edinburgh in this event. Sering Touray from Heriot-Watt University and local Seemanti Ghosh gave talks on socially and behaviourally motivated economics of development.
We were happy to welcome Emel Ozturk, Ph.D., and Matthew Robinson as speakers. Their talks touched on the issues of inequality and signalling, respectively.
Our two speakers Bram Driesen, Ph.D., and Li Nie shed light on peculiarities in economic interactions.
We are happy to announce that the Glasgow Brown Bag Seminars in Microeconomics are now officially affiliated to the Glasgow University Student Representative Council.
The topics of the presentations by Chizoba and Putthi spanned a wide range, reaching from sovereign debt negotiations to disease mitigation.
This session was all about inattention. Josué Ortega and Moritz Mosenhauer presented their work. Josué talked about "Rational Inattention in Online Dating". Moritz gave his thoughts on "Optimal Tunnelling".