Seminar Series 2019–20

All seminars are held in ECON 5 from 3:00–4:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted. 
Seminar Series 2020-21 

Date

Sponsor

Speaker

Title

Contact

Friday,
9/6/19

CEA

Chao Fu,
University of Wisconsin

Government Expenditure on the
Public Education System

Mansfield

Friday,
9/13/19

CEA

Angelo Mele,
Johns Hopkins University

A Structural Model of Homophily
and Clustering in Social Networks

Liu

Friday,
9/20/19

CEA

Yuya Sasaki,
Vanderbilt University

Multiway Cluster Robust Double/
Debiased Machine Learning

McCloskey

Friday,
9/27/19

CEA

Angela Vossmeyer,
Claremont McKenna College

Systemic Risk and the Great Depression

Jaworski

Friday,
10/4/19

CEA

Randall Walsh,
University of Pittsburgh

Racial Segregation in Housing Markets
and the Erosion of Black Wealth

Flores

Friday,
10/11/19

CEA

Brendan Epstein,
University of Massachusetts

Taxes and Dual Labor Margins:
A Macroeconomic Perspective

Kimball

Friday,
10/18/19

CEA

Matias Cattaneo,
Princeton University

On Binscatter

McCloskey

Friday,
10/25/19

CEA

Walker Hanlon,
New York University–Stern

Censorship, Family Planning,
and the Historical Fertility Transition

Jaworski

CANCELLED: 
Friday, 
11/8/19

CEA

Wolfram Schlenker,
Columbia University

CANCELLED: 
Coase, Hotelling and Pigou: The Incidence of a Carbon Tax and CO2 Emissions

Zhang

Friday,
11/15/19

CEA

Jeffrey Wooldridge,
Michigan State

Robust and Efficient Estimation of Potential Outcome
Means Under Random Assignment

Flores

Friday,
12/6/19

CEA

Leah Boustan,
Princeton University

The Effects of Immigration on the Economy:
Lessons from the 1920s Border Closure

Jaworski

1/22/20 - 2/14/20

Faculty Recruitment

 

Friday,
2/21/20

CEA

 Alessandra Voena,
University of Chicago

Maternal Mortality and Spousal Differences
in the Demand for Children in Zambia

Antman

Friday,
2/28/20

CEA

 Heather Sarsons,
University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Stereotypes, Memory, and Updating

McKinnish

CANCELLED:
Thursday
,
3/5/20

CEA

Kyle Herkenhoff,
University of Minnesota

CANCELLED: 
Who bears the welfare costs of monopoly? The case of the credit card industry

Peri

CANCELLED:
Friday,
3/6/20

 

Esteban Rossi-Hansberg,
Princeton University

CANCELLED:
The Industrial Revolution in Services

Keller

CANCELLED:
Friday
3/13/20

McGuire

Katharina Erhardt,
ETH Zurich

CANCELLED:
The Cultural Roots of Firm Entry, Exit, and Growth

Nigai

CANCELLED:
Friday,
4/3/20

CANCELLED:
Grad Recruitment

 

CANCELLED:
Friday,
4/10/20

CEA

Arlene Wong,
Princeton University

CANCELLED

Boileau

CANCELLED:
Friday,
4/17/20

CEA

Douglas Almond,
Columbia University

CANCELLED

Zhang

CANCELLED:
Friday,
4/24/20

CEA

 Imke Reimers,
Northeastern University

CANCELLED: Digitization and Pre-Purchase Information: The Causal and Welfare Effects of Reviews and Crowd Ratings

Kim

CANCELLED:
Friday,
5/1/20

CEA

Feng Yao,
West Virginia University

CANCELLED

Martins-Filho

Seminar Series 2020-21