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Seminar Series

Seminar Series

Past Seminar Series

Spring 2024
February 23 2024
Brittany Street, University of Missouri

Paper: TBA

March 22 2024
Kai (Jackie) Zhao, University of Connecticut

Paper: TBA

March 29 2024
Mallika Thomas, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

Paper: TBA

April 5 2024
Robert (Bob) Millard, Stony Brook University

Paper: TBA

April 19 2024
Jorge De la Roca, University of Southern California

Paper: TBA

Fall 2023
August 25 2023
Juan Pantano, University of Arizona

Paper: TBA

September 8 2023
Andrew Johnston, University of California Merced

Paper: TBA

September 18 2023
Jack Mountjoy, University of Chicago

Paper: TBA

September 25 2023
Kwok Hao Lee, National University of Singapore

Paper: TBA

October 20 2023
Ingrid Haegele, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich

Paper: TBA

November 13 2023
Joseph Mullins, University of Minnesota

Paper: TBA

December 1 2023
Sarah Miller, University of Michigan

Paper: TBA

December 8 2023
Danila Serra, Texas A&M

Paper: TBA

Spring 2023
February 27 2023
John Friedman, Brown University

Paper: "The Economic Impacts of COVID-19: Evidence from a New Public Database Built Using Private Sector Data"

March 3 2023
Alessandra Voena, Stanford University

Paper: "Traditional Institutions in Modern Times: Dowries as Pensions When Sons Migrate"

March 31 2023
Esteban Aucejo, Arizona State University

Paper: “Assessing the Costs of Balancing College and Work Activities: The Gig Economy Meets Online Education” (with Spencer Perry and Basit Zafar)

April 28 2023
Eric Chyn, University of Texas - Austin

Paper: The Long-Run Effects of Residential Racial Desegregation Programs: Evidence from Gautreaux

Fall 2022
September 12 2022
Vadim Elenev, Johns Hopkins University

Paper: Can Monetary Policy Create Fiscal Capacity?

October 7 2022
Na’ama Shenhav, Dartmouth College

Paper: "The Impact of Education on Jobs: A New Channel For Intergenerational Effects."

November 4 2022
Melissa Kearney, University of Maryland

Paper: Not Available

November 11 2022
Francesca Molinari, Cornell University

Paper: Not Available

November 18 2022
Marta Golin, University of Zurich

Paper: Not Available

December 2 2022
Raffaele Saggio, University of British Columbia

Paper: Not Available

Spring 2022
February 25 2022
Manisha Padi, Berkeley Law

Paper: "Fiduciary Duty and the Market for Financial Advice"

March 25 2022
Conrad Miller, Berkeley

Paper: "The Dynamics of Referral Hiring and Racial Inequality: Evidence from Brazil"

April 1 2022
Janet Currie, Princeton

Paper: "The Effects of Legal Representation on Tenant Outcomes in Housing Court: Evidence from New York City's Universal Access Program"

April 15 2022
Heather Sarsons, University of Chicago

Paper: "National Wages"

April 22 2022
David Novgorodsky, University of Chicago

Paper: "How Americans Respond to Idiosyncratic and Exogenous Changes in Household Wealth and Unearned Income"

April 25 2022
Heather Royer, UCSB

Paper: "Is Parental Leave Costly for Firms and Coworkers?"

Fall 2021
September 10 2021
Arnaud Maurel, Duke University

Paper: "Conditional Choice Probability Estimation of Continuous-Time Job Search Models” (joint with P. Arcidiacono, A. Gyetvai and E. Jardim)

September 24 2021
Thomas Prusa, Rutgers University

Paper: "The Impact of PTAs on the Duration of Antidumping Protection"

October 15 2021
Donna Ginther, University of Kansas

Paper: Not Available

October 28 2021
Matthew Gentry, Florida State University

Paper: Not Available

November 5 2021
Daniel Greenwald, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Paper: Not Available

November 19 2021
Andrii Parkhomenko, University of Southern California

Paper: Not Available

Spring 2021
February 12 2021
David Deming, Harvard Kennedy School

Paper: Decision-Making as Human Capital

February 19 2021
Pengpeng Xiao, Duke University

Paper: Wage and Employment Discrimination by Gender in Labor Market Equilibrium

March 5 2021
Basit Zafar, University of Michigan

Paper: Gender Differences in Job Search and the Earnings Gap

March 12 2021
Uta Schoenberg, University College London

Paper: Wind of Change? Cultural Determinants of Maternal Labor Supply*

April 2 2021
Melanie Wasserman, UCLA

Paper: Informed Choices: Gender Gaps in Career Advice∗

April 9 2021
Elizabeth Cascio, Dartmouth

Paper: Opening the Door: Migration and Self-Selection in a Restrictive Legal Immigration Regime

Fall 2020
August 28 2020
Nathalie Gimenes, Pontifical Catholic University (PUC)

Paper: Semiparametric Quantile Models for Ascending Auctions with Asymmetric Bidders

September 18 2020
Mike Zabek, Federal Reserve Board

Paper: Local Ties in Spatial Equilibrium

September 25 2020
Hannes Schwandt, Northwestern University

Paper: Socioeconomic Decline and Death: Midlife Impacts of Graduating in a Recession

October 2 2020
Carol Caetano, University of Georgia

Paper: Correcting Endogeneity in Models with Bunching

October 9 2020
Manasi Deshpande, University of Chicago

Paper: Beyond Health: Non-Health Risk and the Value of Disability Insurance

October 23 2020
Chloe East, UC-Denver

Paper: Income Around Job Loss: Efficacy of the Public and Private Safety Nets

November 13 2020
Sarah Bana, Standford Digital Economy Lab

Paper: job2vec: Learning the Representation of Jobs

Spring 2020
March 5 2020
Pat Bayer, Duke

Paper: Speculative Fever: Investor Contagion in the Housing Bubble

Spring Cancelled 2020
Heather Royer, UCSB

Paper: Is Parental Leave Costly for Firms and Coworkers?

Spring Cancelled 2020
Conrad Miller, Berkeley

Paper: Profiling in Motor Vehicle Searches: Is There An Equity-Efficiency Tradeoff?

Spring Cancelled 2020
Jonathan Davis, U Oregon

Paper: Not Available

Fall 2019
September 26 2019
Peter Blair, Harvard Graduate School of Education

Paper: Is Spending on Schools Efficient? A National Study of the Capitalization of School Spending and Local Taxes

October 10 2019
Maya Rossin-Slater, Stanford

Paper: When Dad Can Stay Home: Fathers' Workplace Flexibility and Maternal Health

November 1 2019
Julie Cullen, UCSD

Paper: Performance Information and Personnel Decisions in the Public Sector: The Case of School Principals

November 8 2019
Lisa Kahn, Rochester

Paper: Dropouts Need Not Apply? The Minimum Wage and Skill Upgrading

November 15 2019
Mike Belsky, UChicago Harris

Paper: An Overview of the Municipal Bond Market and Some Contemporary Issues

Spring 2019
January 9 2019
Philip I. Levy, Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management

Paper: Pressing Trade Questions and the Research Disconnect

January 18 2019
Russell H. Hillberry, Department of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University

Paper: Trade Effects of Customs Reform: Evidence from Albania

March 1 2019
Tilman Börgers, University of Michigan

Paper: Strategically Simple Mechanisms

April 18 2019
Jeffrey Ely, Northwestern University

Presentation: Coordinated Equilibrium

April 26 2019
Sukjin Han, University of Texas-Austin

Paper: Optimal Dynamic Treatment Regimes with Imperfect Compliance

Fall 2018
September 28 2018
Jesse Shapiro, Brown University

Paper: The Effect of SNAP on the Composition of Purchased Foods: Evidence and Implications

October 5 2018
Karam Kang, Carnegie Mellon University Tepper School of Business

Paper: Understanding Disparities in Punishment: Regulator Preferences and Expertise

October 12 2018
Damon Jones, University of Chicago Harris School

Paper: What Do Workplace Wellness Programs Do? Evidence from the Illinois Workplace Wellness Study

October 26 2018
Jeffrey Grogger, University of Chicago Harris School

Paper: The Wage Penalty of Regional Accents

November 2 2018
Byung-Cheol Kim, University of Alabama

Paper: The Impact of Uber and Lyft on Taxi Service Quality: Evidence from New York City

November 30 2018
Sandeep Baliga, Northwestern University Kellogg School

Paper: The Strategy and Technology of Conflict

Spring 2018
February 23 2018
William N. Evans, University of Notre Dame

Paper: Guns and Violence: The Enduring Legacy of Crack Cocaine Markets

March 2 2018
Kristy Buzard, Syracuse University

Paper: Endogenous Politics and the Design of Trade Institutions

April 6 2018
Lars A. Stole, University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Paper: Menu Auctions and Influence Games with Private Information

April 13 2018
Stefano Carattini, Yale University

Paper: Social Interactions and the Adoption of Solar PV: Evidence from Cultural Borders

April 20 2018
Bernhard Ganglmair, University of Texas at Dallas

Paper: Learning When to Quit: An Empirical Model of Experimentation

Fall 2017
August 25 2017
Alexander Frankel, University of Chicago

Paper: Selecting Applicants

September 15 2017
Dean Karlan, Yale University

Paper: Randomizing Religion

September 21 2017
Wolfgang Keller, University of Colorado at Boulder

Paper: Globalization and Executive Compensation

September 29 2017
Hugh Macartney, Duke University

Paper: Incentive Design in Education: An Empirical Approach

October 5 2017
Carol Shiue, University of Colorado Boulder

Paper: Social Mobility in the Long-Run: An Analysis with Five Linked Generations in China, 1300-1900

October 20 2017
Bruce Meyer, University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy

Paper: Using Linked Survey and Administrative Data to Better Measure Income: Implications for Poverty, Program Effectiveness and Holes in the Safety Net

October 27 2017
Richard van Weelden, University of Pittsburgh

Paper: Crashing the Party? Elites, Outsiders, and Elections

November 10 2017
Sally Hudson, University of Virginia

Paper: Evaluating Post-Secondary Aid: Enrollment, Persistence, and Projected Completion Effects

December 12 2017
Georg Schaur, University of Tennessee

Paper: Border Processing, Trade Costs and New Trade Policy

Spring 2017
February 9 2017
Sebastian Sotelo, University of Michigan

Paper: Trade-Induced Structural Change and the Skill Premium (joint with Javier Cravino)

March 2 2017
Hanzhe Zhang, Michigan State University

Paper: Pre-Matching Gambles

March 30 2017
Shafiun Shimul, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Paper: Uneven Obstacles for the Mid-Size Firms and the Missing Middles in the Developing Countries: Can Corruption and Tax Regulation explain it?

April 13 2017
Richard van Weelden, University of Chicago

Paper: Crashing the Party? Elites, Outsiders, and Elections (joint with Peter Buisseret)

April 27 2017
Jeffrey Lin, Philadelphia Federal Reserve

Paper: Freeway Revolts!