Seminars at RIEB

Seminars at RIEB

Seminar Schedule

arrowContact Information
Office of Promoting Research Collaboration
RIEB, Kobe University
Phone:078-803-7036 FAX:078-803-7059
E-mail: kenjo@rieb.kobe-u.ac.jp

(Last Updated: May 24, 2018)

Date & Time Place Seminar Type Topic Speaker Details
Monday, June 11
3:00pm-
Meeting room at Graduate School of Economics, Kobe University Monetary Economics Seminar of Kobe University (Jointly supported by RIEB Seminar / Rokko Forum / Kobe University Center for Social Systems Innovation) Does State-Dependent Wage Setting Generate Multiple Equilibria? Shuhei TAKAHASHI
(Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University)
詳細
Structural Transformation in an Open Economy: a Quantitative Analysis for the U.S. Satoshi TANAKA
(School of Economics, The University of Queensland [Australia])
Saturday, June 16
3:00pm-
K Monetary Economics Seminar of Kobe University (Jointly supported by RIEB Seminar) TBA Sadaaki SUWAZONO
(Director, Kinki-Chugoku-Shikoku Office, Japan Fair Trade Commission)
詳細
Friday, June 22
9:00am-
C RIEB Seminar Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Global Mining, Financial Regulation and Corporate Social Responsibility Travis SELMIER
(Department of Political Science, Indiana University Bloomington [U.S.A])
詳細
Wednesday, June 27
3:00pm-
Mid-sized Meeting Room, Faculty Offices Building RIEB Seminar (Jointly supported by: Rokko Forum / Kobe University Center for Social Systems Innovation / KUMiC Seminar) Stata Processing Programs for Anonymized Data Atsushi MORIMOTO
(Graduate School of Economics, Kobe University)
詳細

* Place:
C: Seminar Room at RIEB (Kanematsu Memorial Hall, 1st Floor)
K: Meeting Room at RIEB (Annex, 2nd Floor)
S: Small Meeting Room at RIEB (Kanematsu Memorial Hall, 1st Floor)
R: Research Room at RIEB (Building No.4, 2nd Floor)

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