Permanent Seminar on Efficiency and Productivity

 

The OEG and the Department of Economics of the University of Oviedo organizes since 1997 a Permanent Seminar on Efficiency and Productivity. The aim of the Seminar is to discuss recent papers, both theoretical and empirical, on production theory, productive efficiency and productivity. The Seminar, which has been going since 1998, meets every two Fridays. The aim of the Seminar is to discuss recent papers on production theory, productive efficiency and productivity either by members of the group or invited speakers. The list of seminar speakers over the last 15 years includes leading researches in the field, such as Kristiaan Kerstens, Kevin Fox, Chris O’Donnell or Boris Bravo-Ureta.

 

Any person interested in presenting a paper, please get in touch with the Seminar coordinator: Alan Wall (awalluniovi.es). The Seminar is a good opportunity for young researchers, working on their PhD thesis, to present their work in a friendly environment (Presentation Guidelines).

 

Types of seminars:

          STANDARD:  one-hour seminar with comments from the audience.

          DISCUSS:  one-hour seminar with comments from a designated discussant.

          EXPRESS:  short presentation (10 min) plus comments from the audience (15 min).  Ideal for Ph.D. students or researchers who have crucial doubts about a specific issue that is delaying or blocking the development of an on-going paper.

 

Second semester, 2017-2018

 

Feb, 16            Estimating Maximum Likelihood Models with Gauss I

Luis Orea (University of Oviedo)

Session type: STANDARD

 

Mar,  2              Estimating Maximum Likelihood Models with Gauss II

Luis Orea (University of Oviedo)

Session type: STANDARD

 

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