Spring 2019

Date Speaker Title Time & Place
February 15, 2019 Djavad Salehi-Isfahani
Virginia Tech
The Effect of Single-Sex Education on Educational Attainment of Men and Women: Evidence from Iran 4:00 PM
Pamplin 1003
February 22, 2019 Sean Horan
University of Montreal
Agendas in Legislative Decision-Making 4:00 PM
Pamplin 1003
March 4, 2019 Kaushik Basu
Cornell University
Technological Advance and the Changing Nature of Work 5:30
Holden Auditorium (Room 112)
March 6, 2019 Eric Bahel
Virginia Tech
Strategyproof Choice of Social Acts: Bilaterality, Dictatorship and Consensuality
4:00 PM
Derring 1084
March 18, 2019 Jane Ryngaert
Wake Forest University
"Do You Know That I Know That You Know?:  Higher Order Beliefs in Survey Data" 4:00 PM
Derring 1084
March 22, 2019 J. Isaac Miller
University of Missouri
Testing Cointegrating Relationships Using Irregular and Non-Contemporaneous Series with an Application to Paleoclimate Data 4:00 PM
Pamplin 1003
March 25, 2019 Justin Marion
University of California Santa Cruz
Why did firms practice segregation?   Evidence from movie theaters during Jim Crow
4:00 PM
Derring 1084
March 29, 2019 Liza Charroin
University of Heidelberg
Homophily, peer effects and dishonesty 4:00 PM
Pamplin 1003
April 1, 2019 Ryan Webb
University of Toronto
Pairwise Normalization:  A Neuroeconomic Theory of Multi-Attribute Choice 4:00 PM
Pamplin 1045
April 5, 2019 Emel Filiz Ozbay
University of Maryland
The Relevance of Irrelevant Information 4:00 PM
Pamplin 1003
April 8, 2019 Timothy Cason
Purdue University
Social Dilemmas with Agency Risk 4:00 PM
Derring 1084
April 12, 2019 Lung-fei Lee
Ohio State University
The Search for Best Linear and Quadratic Moment Conditions of the SAR Model 4:00 PM
Pamplin 1003
April 19, 2019 Mira Frick
Yale University
Misinterpreting Others and the Fragility of Social Learning 4:00 PM
Pamplin 1003
April 22, 2019 Chandan Kumar Jha
Le Moyne College
The Role of Historical Resource Scarcity in Modern Gender Inequality 4:00 PM
Derring 1084
April 26, 2019 Simon Alder
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Political Distortions and Infrastructure Networks in China: A Quantitative Spatial Equilibrium Analysis 4:00 PM
Pamplin 1003
April 29, 2019 Katherine A. Eriksson
University of California Davis
The Rise and Fall of the Know-Nothing Party 4:00 PM
Derring 1084
 
May 1, 2019 Xing Xia
Yale-NUS
Selective mortality and the long-term effects of early-life exposure to natural disasters 4:00 PM
Derring 1084
May 6, 2019 Rabah Amir
University of Iowa
Oligopoly with network effects: On the private and social incentives for interconnection
Slides
4:00 PM
Derring 1084