Seminar Series 2021–22

All seminars below are held 3–4:30 p.m. in Seminar Room 5 unless otherwise noted. Email the seminar contact for the Zoom url if the seminar is noted as virtual. Seminar Series 2022–23

Date

Sponsor

Speaker

Title

Contact

Friday,
9/17/21
VIRTUAL

 

 Daniel Hamermesh, 
University of Texas at Austin

How Does the Economics Profession Work?

Flores

Friday,
10/08/21

CEA

Gillian Brunet,
Wesleyan University

War, Pandemic, and Household Saving: the COVID-19 Pandemic through the Lens of WWII

Jaworski

Friday,
10/15/21

CEA

Daniela Vidart,
University of Connecticut

How do Workers Learn? Theory and Evidence on the Roots of Life-Cycle Human Capital Accumulation

Jaworski

Friday,
10/22/21

CEA

Feng Yao,
West Virginia University

A flexible stochastic production frontier model with panel data

Martins-Filho

Friday,
10/29/21

CEA

Soonwoo Kwon,
Brown University

Optimal Shrinkage Estimation of Fixed Effects in Linear Panel Data Models

McCloskey

Friday,
11/12/21

 

Ashley Langer,
University of Arizona

Quantifying Environmental Policy Uncertainty: The Case of Air Toxics Standards

Jaworski

Friday,
11/19/21

CEA

Amanda Michaud,  
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Dynamics of Deterrence: A Macroeconomic Perspective on Punitive Justice Policy

Boileau

Friday,
12/03/21

CEA

Tim Christensen,
NYU

Optimal Discrete Decisions under Model Uncertainty

McCloskey

Friday,
1/28/22
VIRTUAL

CEA

George Bulman, University of California – Santa Cruz

The Effect of Wealth on Homeownership, Marriage, and Fertility: Evidence from State Lotteries

Mansfield

Friday,
2/04/22

CEA

Chris Vickers,
Auburn University

The Effects of the National War Labor Board on Labor Income Inequality

Jaworski

Friday,
2/11/22
VIRTUAL

CEA

Rebecca Lessem,
Carnegie Mellon

The effects of family structure on children's outcomes

Cadena

Friday,
2/18/22
CANCELLED

CEA

 Ivan Rudik,
Cornell University

The economic effects of climate change in dynamic spatial equilibrium
CANCELLED

Jaworski

Friday,
2/25/22

CEA

Max Farrell,
University of Chicago,
Booth School of Business

Deep Learning for Individual Heterogeneity: An Automatic Inference Framework

McCloskey

Friday,
3/04/22

CEA

Kyle Herkenhoff,
University of Minnesota

Changing Income Risk Across the US Skill Distribution: Evidence From
a Generalized Kalman Filter

Peri

Friday,
3/11/22

CEA

Xun Tang,
Rice University

Social Networks with Unobserved Links

Liu

Thursday,
3/17/22

CEA

Yulong Wang,
Syracuse University
Testing Limited Overlap Martins-Filho

Friday,
3/18/22
VIRTUAL

CEA

Rafael Dix-Carneiro,
Duke University

Globalization, Trade
Imbalances, and Labor Market Adjustment

Carballo

Friday,
4/01/22 

Grad Recruitment

 

Friday,
4/08/22

CEA

 Sukjin Han,
University of Bristol

Optimal Dynamic Treatment Regimes and Partial Welfare Ordering

McCloskey

Friday,
4/15/22
CANCELLED

McGuire

Esteban Rossi-Hansberg, University of Chicago

The Economic Geography of Global Warming
CANCELLED

Keller

Friday,
4/22/22

CEA

Olga Malkova,
University of Kentucky

Time to Grow Up? Adult Children as Determinants of Parental Labor Supply

McKinnish

Friday,
4/29/22

 

CEA

Abhimanyu Gupta,
University of Essex

Robust Inference on infinite and growing dimensional time series regression

Liu

Seminar Series 2022–23