Departmental Seminar

Emilia Del Bono (Essex), "Skill Accumulation with Malleable Ability: A Randomized Control Trial"

5Feb202111:00
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Emilia Del Bono (Essex) Host: Fernando Saltiel Field: Labour Economics https://sites.google.com/site/edelbono//economicsCategory: Dept. of Economics

Todd Schoellman (Federal Reserve Minneapolis), "The Missing Middle Managers: Labor Costs, Firm Structure, and Development."

4Dec202015:30
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Todd Schoellman (Federal Reserve Minneapolis) Host: Markus Poschke Field: Macroeconomics https://sites.google.com/view/toddschoellman//economicsCategory: Dept. of Economics

Ran Spiegler (Tel Aviv University and UCL), “Cheating with (Recursive) Models”

18Sep202010:00
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Ran Spiegler (Tel Aviv University and UCL) Host: Leonie Baumann Field: Theory https://www.tau.ac.il/~rani/ Date: September 18, 2020   /economicsCategory: Dept. of Economics

Jose Apesteguia (Pompeu Fabra University), "Random Utility Models with Ordered Types and Domains"

27Nov202015:30
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Jose Apesteguia (Pompeu Fabra University) Host: Rohan Dutta Field: Theory http://www.econ.upf.edu/~apesteguia//economicsCategory: Dept. of Economics

Martin Huber (University of Fribourg), Title TBA

20Nov202013:00
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Martin Huber (University of Fribourg) Host: Saraswata Chaudhuri Field: Econometrics https://www3.unifr.ch/appecon/en/chair/team/prof//economicsCategory: Dept. of Economics

Francesco Agostinelli (University of Pennsylvania), “It Takes a Village: The Economics of Parenting with Neighborhood and Peer Effects"

2Oct202015:30
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Francesco Agostinelli (University of Pennsylvania) Host: Fernando Saltiel Field: Labour Economics https://www.francesco-agostinelli.com/economicsCategory: Dept. of Economics

Gabriel Ulyssea (Oxford), "Informality and the Economic Effects of Mass Migration: Evidence from Syrian Refugees in Turkey"

29Jan202110:30
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Gabriel Ulyssea (Oxford) Host: Francesco Amodio Field: Development Economics https://sites.google.com/view/gabriel-ulyssea/economicsCategory: Dept. of Economics

Ashley Swanson (Columbia), "No Free Lunch? Welfare Analysis of Firms Selling Through Expert Intermediaries"

11Dec202015:30
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Ashley Swanson (Columbia)  Host: Laura Lasio Field: IO Economics https://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/cbs-directory/detail/ats2180/economicsCategory: Dept. of Economics

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