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February
2020

Reading Club: Markets – Superstar Firms and Concentration


Event Date: 19-02-2020

Event Time: 14:30-16:00

Location: SW10th Floor, Aston University

Topic
The next theme in the LBGCBP Reading Club series will be 'Markets: Superstar Firms and Concentration'. The papers to be discussed, which will include presentations, are: Do Increasing Markups Matter? Lessons from Empirical Industrial Organization. Steven Berry, Martin Gaynor & Fiona Scott M

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February
2020

Introduction to GIS for Social Science Applications


Event Date: 13-02-2020

Event Time: 10:00-16:00

Location: ABS 6.4/6.5

Topic
LBGCBP will be hosting a two day training course, Introduction to GIS for Social Science Applications' by Dr Enrico Vanino, University of Sheffield. Course Description: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) refers to tools and techniques for handling, analysing, and presenting spatial data. GIS

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February
2020

Guest Speaker: Agelos Delis, Aston University


Event Date: 12-02-2020

Event Time: 13:00-14:00

Location: SW1109

Topic
As part of the LBGCBP Seminar Series, a presentation by Dr Agelos Delis, Aston University, 'Reshoring: The Case of Swedish Manufacturing.

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February
2020

Reading Club: Global Firms & Implications


Event Date: 05-02-2020

Event Time: 14:30-16:00

Location: SW10th Floor, Aston University

Topic
The next theme in the LBGCBP Reading Club series will be 'Global Firms and Implications'. The papers to be discussed, which will include presentations, are: Tax Compliance and Enforcement, Joel Slemrod. (Journal of Economic Literature 2019, 57(4), 904–954). Presented by Prof Chris Jones Ro

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January
2020

Reading Club: UK Regions from an Economic Perspective


Event Date: 22-01-2020

Event Time: 14:30-16:00

Location: SW10th Floor, Aston University

Topic
The second theme in the LBGCBP Reading Club series will be 'UK Regions from an Economic Perspective'. The papers to be discussed, which will include presentations, are: The effect of entrepreneurship on economic development—an empirical analysis using regional entrepreneurship culture Michae

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