Econometrics Seminars (Tuesdays)

3/6/2018

Eric Gautier - Toulouse School of Economics

Adaptive estimation in the linear random coefficients model when regressors have limited variation

3/13/2018

Elie Tamer - Harvard

Inference on Auctions with Weak Assumptions on Information∗

3/20/2018

TBD

TBD

3/27/2018

Spring Recess

4/6/2018

*Note: Friday, Lunch Seminar

Neil Shepard - Harvard

TBD 

4/10/2018

Roland Rathelo - University of Warwick - UK

"Speech Polarisation: Identification and Estimation"

4/17/2018

Gustavo Schwenkler - Boston University

  Estimating the Dynamics of Consumption Growth 

4/24/2018

TBD

TBD

5/1/2018

Matt Shum - Caltech 

DYNAMIC LABOR SUPPLY OF TAXICAB DRIVERS: A SEMIPARAMETRIC OPTIMAL STOPPING MODEL 

5/8/2018

John Geweke - University of Washington

Sequentially Adaptive Bayesian Learning Algorithms for Inference and Optimization 

5/11/2018

*Note: Friday, Lunch Seminar

Daniel Wilhelm - University College London

Testing for the Presence of Measurement Error