Each academic year, the Economics Department at Suffolk University hosts several seminars featuring the work of faculty, students and visiting scholars. The seminars usually take place in the large conference room on the sixth floor of 1 Bowdoin Square in Boston and typically run from 1:05 p.m. to 2:20 p.m.
The schedule, which is expected to expand over the course of the semester, lines up as follows:
Thursday, Jan 22
"Fiscal Policies in DSGE Models"
Thursday, Feb 19
Randall Holcombe (Florida State University)
Topic: Public Choice
Tuesday, Feb 24 C
"A Double Hurdle Model: Workplace Restriction, Prices,
Income Level and the Demand for Cigarettes"
For samples of past seminar topics visit the Economics Department's news page.