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Seminar Series 2017–18
2018-19 Seminars

All seminars are held in ECON 5 from 3:00–4:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted.

Date Sponsor
Speaker
Title
Contact
Friday,
9/8/17
CEA Eli Berman,
University of California, San Diego
Community Monitors vs. Leakage: Experimental Evidence from Afghanistan Iyigun
Monday,
9/11/17
Faculty Recruitment  
Friday,
9/15/17
CEA Dean Corbae,
University of Wisconsin
Employer Credit Checks: Poverty Traps versus Matching Efficiency Boileau
Friday,
9/22/17
CEA Denis Nekipelov,
University of Virginia
On Uniform Inference in Nonlinear Models with Endogeneity Kim
Monday,
9/25/17
CEA James Kung,
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Long Live Keju! The Persistent Effects of China's Imperial Examination System Shiue
Friday,
10/13/17
CEA Zhongjian Lin,
Emory University
Multiplex Interdependent Durations Liu
Friday,
10/20/17
CEA Lint Barrage,
Brown University
Flood Risk Belief Heterogeneity and Coastal Home Price Dynamics: Going Under Water? Hughes
Friday,
10/27/17
CEA Marcella Alsan,
Stanford University
The Spillover Effects of Deportation Fear: Evidence from Secure Communities Jaworski
Monday,
10/30/17
CEA Ellen McGrattan,
University of Minnesota
Sweat Equity in U.S. Private Business Flores
Friday,
11/3/17
McGuire  Fernando Parro,
John Hopkins University
Goods and Factor Market Integration: A Quantitative Assessment of the EU Enlargement Nagai
Thursday,
11/16/17
3:30-5:00 p.m.
CEA Dean Karlan,
Northwestern University
Credit Building or Credit Crumbling? Selection and Treatment Effects of a Credit Builder Loan Barham
Friday,
12/1/17
CEA Sofia Berto Villas-Boas,
University of California Berkeley
Random Utility Structural Demand Models to Infer the Value of Quality Information Burr
Friday,
12/8/17
CEA Steven Durlauf,
University of Chicago
Understanding the Great Gatsby Curve
Cancelled
Zax
1/20/18–
2/8/18
Faculty Recruitment  
Friday,
2/9/18
EW Maximo Torero,
World Bank
Agricultural Extension through Information Technologies in Schools: Do the Cobbler's Parents go Barefoot? Martins-Filho
Friday,
2/16/18
Faculty Recruitment  
Friday,
2/23/18
CEA Jesse Gregory,
University of Wisconsin - Madison
The Equilibrium Effects of Housing Vouchers on Neighborhood Composition Mansfield
Friday,
3/2/18
CEA Justin Gallagher,
Case Western Reserve University
Criminal Deterrence when there are Offsetting Risks:
Traffic Cameras, Vehicular Accidents, and Public Safety
Hughes

Tuesday,
3/6/18

Faculty Recruitment - CIRES  
Friday,
3/9/18
McGuire Keith Head,
University of British Columbia
Brands in Motion:
How frictions shape multinational production
Keller
Monday,
3/12/18
CEA Mark Koyama,
George Mason University
Autocratic Rule and Social Capital:
Evidence from Imperial China
Iyigun
Friday,
3/16/18
CEA Petra Moser,
New York University, Stern School Business
Effects of Copyright on Science:
Evidence from the US Book Republication Program
CANCELLED
Jaworski
Friday,
3/23/18
CEA Jeffrey Smith,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Consequences of Academic Match between Students and Colleges McKinnish
Monday,
4/2/18
CEA Rema Hanna,
Harvard University
Achieving Universal Health coverage without an Enforceable Mandate: Evidence from a large-scale randomized experiment in Indonesia Zhang
Friday,
4/6/18
Grad Recruitment  
Friday,
4/13/18
CEA Andrei Hagiu,
MIT
Platforms and the exploration of new products Kim
Friday,
4/20/18
CEA Nese Yildiz,
University of Rochester
Testing Exogeneity Conditions Using Discontinuously Distributed Covariaties Martins-Filho
Friday,
4/27/18
CEA  Thayer Morrill,
North Carolina State University
(Il)legal Assignments in School Choice Baranov
Monday,
4/30/18
CEA Alex Rees-Jones,
University of Pennsylvania - Wharton
Measuring “Schmeduling” Kimball