Departmental Seminar

David Ahn (UC Berkeley), TBA

10May201915:30
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Leacock 424 David Ahn (UC Berkeley)

Regis Barnichon (San Francisco Fed), "A Sufficient Statistic Approach for Optimal Monetary Policy"

14May201912:00
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Leacock 429 Regis Barnichon (San Francisco Fed) "A Sufficient Statistic Approach for Optimal Monetary Policy" (with G. Mesters) Organizer: Francisco Ruge-Murcia

Alexander Bick (Arizona State University, “Hours and Wages”

3May201915:30
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Leacock 429 Alexander Bick (Arizona State University) “Hours and Wages” Organizer: Markus Poschke

Makoto Nakajima (Phildelphia Fed), "Optimal Unemployment Insurance with Unsecured Consumer Credit"

12Apr201915:30
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Leacock 429 Makoto Nakajima (Phildelphia Fed) "Optimal Unemployment Insurance with Unsecured Consumer Credit""Optimal Unemployment Insurance with Unsecured Consumer Credit"

Dominic Rohner (University of Lausanne), “Clashes over Culture or Cattle? Mixed Settlement and Ethno-Economic Conflict in Africa”

5Apr201915:30
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Leacock 429 Dominic Rohner (University of Lausanne) “Clashes over Culture or Cattle? Mixed Settlement and Ethno-Economic Conflict in Africa” (joint with Ulrich Eberle and Mathias Thoenig).

Ben Moll (Princeton University), "Uneven Growth: Automation's Impact on Income and Wealth Inequality"

29Mar201915:30
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Leacock 429 Ben Moll (Princeton University) Joined by: Lukasz Rachel and Pascual Restrepo. "Uneven Growth: Automation's Impact on Income and Wealth Inequality"

Adam McCloskey (University of Colorado), "Inference on Winners"

22Mar201915:30
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Leacock 429 Adam McCloskey (University of Colorado) "Inference on Winners"

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