Applied Microeconomics Seminars (usually on Thursdays)

1/24/2019

Kareem Haggag-Carnegie Mellon University

Attribution Bias in Major Decisions:Evidence from the United States Military Academy 

1/31/2019

Brigham Frandsen- Brigham Young University

Partial Identification of the Distribution ofTreatment Effects with an Application to theKnowledge Is Power Program (KIPP)


2/07/2019

Rebecca Diamond - Stanford University 

The Effects of Rent Control Expansion on Tenants, Landlords, and Inequality: Evidence from San Francisco

2/14/2019

Juan Carlos Suarez Serrato-Duke University 

Tax Policy and Lumpy Investment Behavior:Evidence from China’s VAT Reform

2/21/2019

Nick Tsivanidis-Dartmouth College

The Aggregate and Distributional Effects of Urban TransitInfrastructure: Evidence from Bogotá’s TransMilenio

2/28/2019

David Yang-Harvard University 

TBD

3/05/2019

*Tuesday*

Conrad Miller-Haas School of Business 

Big Push Policies and Firm-Level Barriers to Employing Women: Evidence from Saudi Arabia

3/07/2019

Josh Blumenstock- UC Berkeley 

Migration and the Value of Social Networks

3/14/2019

David Schonholzer-Yale University 

Valuing Local Public Goods using Municipal Annexations

3/21/2019

Heather Sarsons-Harvard University 

TBD

3/28/2019

No Seminar-Spring Recess 

4/04/2019

Giulia Brancaccio-Cornell University 

Learning by Trading: The Case of the U.S. Market for Municipal Bonds∗

4/11/2019  

Natalie Bau-University of Toronto 

Affirmative Action and Student Effort∗

4/18/2019

Molly Schnell- Stanford University 

Physician Behavior in the Presence of a Secondary Market: The Case of Prescription Opioids

4/25/2019

 

Jan Spiess-Harvard University 

Optimal Estimation when Researcher and Social Preferences are Misaligned

5/02/2019

Panle Jia-Cornell University 

China's Industrial Policy, Excess Capacity, and Fragmentation


Faculty and Graduate Students interested in attending seminars may sign up here.