Upcoming Seminars

All Seminars in the Department of Economics

Hanno Lustig (Stanford)

"Exorbitant Privilege Gained and Lost: Fiscal Implications"

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Kota Saito (Caltech)

"Approximating Choice Data by Discrete Choice Models"

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Diego Kaenzig (Northwestern)

“The unequal economic consequences of carbon pricing"

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Pol Antras (Harvard)

"Global Sourcing and Multinational Activity: A Unified Approach"

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Nobuyuki Hanaki (Osaka University)

"An Experiment on the Nash Program: Comparing Two Strategic Mechanisms Implementing the Shapley Value"

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David Molitor (University of Illinois)

"A Causal Concentration-Response Function for Air Pollution: Evidence from Wildfire Smoke"

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Christian Wolf (MIT)

"What Can Time-Series Regressions Tell Us About Policy Counterfactuals?"

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Stephie Fried (SF Fed)

"Construction and Climate Damage in the US Economy"

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Jason Cook (University of Utah)

"Caseworker Subjectivity, SNAP Benefit Receipt, and Labor Supply"

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Thomas Gehrig (Viena)

"Scope and Limits of Bank Liquidity Creation"

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