Seminars and Workshops for Department of Economics

Seminars and Workshops

We are organizing research seminars to various topics. Most of them are jointly organized with the Graduate School Business and Economics (GSBE) and with other research programmes at the School of Business and Economics.

  • GSBE-ETBC seminar series
    The Graduate School of Business and Economics (GSBE) seminar covers the topics Theory, Behavior, Experiments and Computation. From September to December and February to June it takes place once per week (usually Thursday at 16:00). Renowned speakers are invited from all over the world. 
  • MLSE seminar series
    MLSE is a (mostly) bi-weekly event jointly organized by the Department of Economics and the Department of Quantitative Economics. It aims to give researchers the opportunity to present their ongoing work and to facilitate cooperation among them. 
  • ROA seminar series
    The Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) organizes a weekly workshop around labour markets.
  • Neuroeconomics Meetings 
    The biweekly meetings are organized jointly by the Department of Economics (AE1) and Department of Cognitive Neuroscience. Participants present overviews of recent research in Neuroeconomics.
  • M-BEES 2017 
    Maastricht Behavioral and Experimental Economics Symposium is organized each year in early June by Department of Economics (AE1). The broad topic of the Symposium is Theory and Experiments and centers around the question if and how economic experiments can inform economic theory and vice versa. 
  • M-BEPS 2017
    The Maastricht Behavioral Economic Policy Symposium aims to bring together behavioural and experimental researchers from different disciplines as well as policy makers and practitioners interested in human behavior in economic environments. The Symposium is meant to encourage the discussion of current relevant topics and the exchange among European policy makers, international researchers, and practitioners.