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HART Seminar: “A multidisciplinary approach to the analysis of early social complexity: the KRASP project 2017-2021”, Dr. Michele Massa, 4:30PM October 20 (EN)

Dear Colleagues and Students, You are cordially invited to the Seminar of Archaeology about “A multidisciplinary approach to the analysis of early social complexity: the KRASP project 2017-2021.” The speaker is Dr. Michele Massa Postdoctoral Research Scholar, Mansueto Institute & Oriental Institute, University of Chicago www.krasp.net/en Zoom meeting on Wednesday […]

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ECON Seminar: “Yeşil Mutabakat”, Güven Sak, 4:30PM October 20 (TR)

İktisat Bölümü Sunar HERKES İÇİN TÜRKİYE EKONOMİSİ SEMİNERLERİ* “Yeşil Mutabakat” Güven Sak (TOBB-ETU, TEPAV) 20 Ekim 2021 Çarşamba Saat 16.30 YouTube Canlı Yayın Linki: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9MrbzBCOLdHhTjKpPFxAJg *Ekonomi bilgisi olsun olmasın içinde yaşadığı ülke ile ilgili düşünmek, konuşmak isteyen herkes için.

BTLSC Seminar: “The effect of gamified in-class activities in Flipped-Classroom settings in Higher Education”, Prof. Dr. Maximilian Sailer, 12:30PM October 20 (EN)

Dear Colleagues, You are cordially invited to seminar organized by the Bilkent Teaching and Learning Support Center (BTLSC). Title: The effect of gamified in-class activities in Flipped-Classroom settings in Higher Education – in general and specific! Presenter: Prof. Dr. Maximilian Sailer, University of Passau Date: 20 October 2021, Wednesday Time: […]

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CCI Seminar: “Enlightenment Relativism: A Reassessment”, Dr Roger Maioli, 7:30PM October 21 (EN)

Dr Roger Maioli (University of Florida): “Enlightenment Relativism: A Reassessment” ABSTRACT: Combining literary studies and intellectual history, “The Enlightenment Crisis of Values” is the first full-length study of Enlightenment relativism — of its features, origins, and consequences. I argue that eighteenth-century reflections on relativism help to explain an intriguing feature […]

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MAN Seminar: “Why do firms with recent initial public offerings end up delisting? Role of acquisitions and capital investments”, Aslı Arıkan, 2:30PM October 22 (EN)

Date: 22 October 2021, Friday Time: 14:30-15:30 ‘Why do firms with recent initial public offerings end up delisting? Role of acquisitions and capital investments’ by Aslı Arıkan Kent State University Abstract: One of the strategic concerns for newly public firms is to balance its internal investments and mergers and acquisitions […]

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IE Seminar: “Does Transportation Mean Transplantation? Impact of New Airline Routes on Sharing of Cadaveric Kidneys”, Tinglong Dai, Johns Hopkins University, 4PM October 22 (EN)

Speaker: Tinglong Dai, Johns Hopkins University Date & Time: October 22, 2021, Friday, 16:00 Title: Does Transportation Mean Transplantation? Impact of New Airline Routes on Sharing of Cadaveric Kidneys Abstract: Every year, nearly 5,000 patients die while waiting for kidney transplants, and yet an estimated 3,500 procured kidneys are discarded. […]

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IE Seminar: “Risk-averse Allocation Indices for Multi-armed Bandit Problem”, Milad Maleki Pirbazari, EE-01 1:30PM October 8 (EN)

Speaker: Milad Maleki Pirbazari, Bilkent University Date & Time: October 8, 2021, Friday, 13:30. Place: EE-01 Title: Risk-averse Allocation Indices for Multi-armed Bandit Problem Abstract: In classical multi-armed bandit problem, the aim is to find a policy maximizing the expected total reward, implicitly assuming that the decision-maker is risk-neutral. On […]

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