Seminar by – Bhaskar Dutta, Ashoka University and University of Warwick, 14th September, 2017 (Thursday) at 3:00 PM

  Coalition Formation and History Dependence. by Bhaskar Dutta Ashoka University and University of Warwick On 14th September 2017 (Thursday) at 3:00 PM Venue : Seminar Room (First Floor) Department of Economics, Delhi School of Economics All are cordially invited Abstract Farsighted formulations of coalitional formation, for instance by Harsanyi (1974) and Ray and Vohra(2015), have typically been based on the von Neumann- Morgenstern (1944) stable set. These farsighted stable sets use a notion of indirect dominance in which an outcome can be dominated by a chain of coalitional moves in which each coalition that is involved in the sequence

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Seminar by – Dr Federico Lupo-Pasini Lecturer, International Business and Finance Law School of Law Queen’s University, Belfast 24th August, 2017 (Thursday) at 3:00 PM

  Is Financial Nationalism on the Rise? A discussion on the logic of cooperation in international finance  by Dr Federico Lupo-Pasini Lecturer, International Business and Finance Law School of Law Queen’s University, Belfast  On 24th August, 2017 (Thursday) at 3:00 PM Venue : Seminar Room (First Floor) Department of Economics, Delhi School of Economics All are cordially invited Abstract Since the creation of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision in 1975, regulatory and supervisory cooperation in finance has become the norm for OECD countries, and it is increasingly pursued by most emerging economies. Yet, the recent political developments following Brexit,

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Seminar by – Ashwini Deshpande, Department of Economics, Delhi School of Economics, 31st August, 2017 (Thursday) at 3:00 PM

   Do Livelihood Programmes Empower Women? Evidence from Self-Help Groups in Rural India by Ashwini Deshpande Department of Economics, Delhi School of Economics On 31st August, 2017 (Thursday) at 3:00 PM Venue : Seminar Room (First Floor) Department of Economics, Delhi School of Economics All are cordially invited Abstract Based on primary data from a  large-scale rural survey of the ten poorest districts in Maharashtra, this paper examines the impact of participation in self-help groups on livelihoods and various other dimensions of women’s lives, e.g. political participation, awareness of administrative positions, financial literacy and autonomy, decision-making and mobility, access to information

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