As education moves to the internet, so are research seminars. Some of these seminars are regular and others appear to be temporary due to the covid-19 and the lockdown.

Here are some examples from the American Economic Association

  1. Regular seminar(s)

    • The Chamberlain Seminar - A regular open online international
      inter-institutional econometrics seminar in honor of Gary Chamberlain (1948–2020)
  2. Temporary Seminars

And also,

Beyond the AEA list and the Princeton webseminar, I am looking for links to find conferences, workshops, and talks hosted by economic research institutions from all over the world. One requirement is that registration be open to all, as some of the online seminars are reserved for faculty only.


Virtual Economics stores various online seminars with a super useful calendar.


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I have two here to add to your list.

Brookings Insitute


St. Louis Fed Economic lowdown (FREE)


There is also the National Association of Business Economics (NABE) But to get access to their webinar resources you have to register on their site. I know this won't qualify as it is not free but they are a good source of up-to-date information. I felt that this would be a good share.


Others that I just found: Peterson Institute for international Economics


National Bureau of Economic Research (www.nber.org - click on videos) or


Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)


World Bank https://www.worldbank.org/en/about/archives/past-events

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    $\begingroup$ you're welcome friend. If I find anymore I will update my post. $\endgroup$
    – Mike J
    Commented Apr 5, 2020 at 12:43

In a few days, the Royal Economic Society in the UK is hosting

Economic approaches for analysing the short, medium term and long run impact of the COVID-19 crisis

featuring Daron Acemoglu and Jean Tirole.

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    $\begingroup$ Thanks that's great and also a little sad that the advent of webinars comes from a very bad outcome... But it wouldn't be the first time... $\endgroup$
    – emeryville
    Commented Apr 5, 2020 at 17:48

There is a nice overview table with 33 econ webinar series (by April 10th) available here:


Difficult for me to find out who is behind this great initiative.


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