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Department of Economics Seminar Series

The UC San Diego Department of Economics hosts several seminars. These seminars bring renowned experts from around the world to present top research in Applied Microeconomics, Econometrics, International and Development economics (joint seminars w/ School of International Relations and Pacific Studies), Macroeconomics and Microeconomic Theory.

There are also two series specifically designed for our graduate students: Lunch Seminars and Graduate Student Research Seminars. Lunch Seminars allow graduate students and faculty to share research on Applied Microeconomics, Environmental Economics, Macroeconomics, and Microeconomic Theory with the local academic community. Graduate Student Research Seminars are initated, designed, and organized by our graduate students as a forum to present research to their peers in an effort to receive constructive feedback and suggestions.

In addition, the Department hosts an Environmental and Resource Economics Lunch Seminar occasionally each quarter. Invited speakers in the areas of environmental and resource economics present current work.

Most seminar series are held weekly during each quarter. Speakers and topics will be added to each event scheduled below as information becomes available.