NYU Law Faculty Workshops
Law & Economics Workshop
New York University School of Law hosts a Faculty Workshop where NYU faculty from across the University present their research papers to each other. Participating departments include the Law School, Politics Department, Stern School of Business, Economics Department, and Wagner School of Public Policy.
External Law & Economics Workshop
This lunchtime faculty workshop features recent scholarship in law and economics.
Other NYU Workshops
Stern Law and Finance Seminar
Center hosts its Law and Finance Seminars, which assemble a prestigious group of scholars to the Stern School of Business who discuss their recent academic works relating to the fields of law and business. These seminars are open to business school and law school students and faculty.
Applied Microeconomics Workshop
The Applied Microeconomics Workshop, run by the Department of Economics and the C.V. Starr Center for Applied Economics, hosts leading scholars who present their cutting-edge research in applied microeconomics.
Experimental Economics Lunchtime Seminar
The Experimental Economics Lunchtime Seminar, run by the Center for Experimental Social Science, hosts leading scholars who present their cutting-edge research in experimental economics.
The NeuroEconomics Colloquium, run by the Departments of Economics and Neural Science, hosts leading scholars who present their cutting-edge research in neuroeconomics.