Past Economic Seminars


2/15/19

Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Virginia Tech
The Effect of Single-Sex Education on Educational Attainment of Men and Women:  Evidence from Iran

2/22/19

Sean Horan, University of Montreal
Agenda in Legislative Decision-Making

3/4/19

Kaushik Basu, Cornell University
Technological Advance and the Changing Nature of Work

3/6/19

Eric Bahel, Virgnia Tech
Strategyproof Choice of Social Acts:  Bilaterality, Dictatorship and Consensuality

3/18/19

Jane Ryngaert, Wake Forest University
Do You Know That I Know That You Know?:  Higher Order Beliefs in Survey Data

3/22/19

J. Isaac Miller, University of Missouri
Testing Cointegrating Relationships Using Irregular and Non-Contemporaneous Series with an Application to Paleoclimate Data

3/25/19

Justin Marion, University of California Santa Cruz
Why did firms practice segregation?  Evidence from movie theaters during Jim Crow

3/29/19

Liza Charroin, University of Heidelberg
Homophily, peer effects and dishonesty

4/1/19

Ryan Webb, University of Toronto
Pairwise Normalization:  A Neuroeconomic Theory of Multi-Attribute Choice

4/5/19

Emel Filiz Ozbay, University of Maryland
The Relevance of Irrelevant Information

4/8/19

Timothy Cason, Purdue University
Social Dilemmas with Agency Risk

4/12/19

Lung-fei Lee, Ohio State University
The Search for Best Linear and Quadratic Moment Conditions of the SAR Model

4/19/19

Mira Frick, Yale University
Misinterpreting Others and the Fragility of Social Learning

4/22/19

Chandan Kumar Jha, Le Moyne College
The Role of Historical Resource Scarcity in Modern Gender Inequality

4/26/19

Simon Alder, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Political Distortions and Infrastructure Networks in China:  A Quantitative Spatial Equilibrium Analysis

4/29/19

Katherine A. Eriksson, University of California Davis
The Rise and Fall of the Know-Nothing Party

5/1/19

Xing Xia, Yale - NUS
Selective mortality and the long-term effects of early-life exposure to natural disasters

5/6/19

Rabah Amir, University of Iowa
Oliopoly with network effects:  On the private and social incentives for interconnection


8/24/18

Brian McCaig, Wilfrid Lauier University
Export markets and household business performance:  Evidence from Vietnam

8/27/18

Indrajit Ray, Cardiff University
Truthful Cheap Talk:  Theory and Experiment

8/31/18

Myrna Wooders, Vanderbilt University
Non-Cooperative Team Formation and a Team Formation Mechanism

9/10/18

Todd Sarver, Duke University
An Evolutionary Perspective on Ambiguity

9/21/18

Alexander Persaud, University of Richmond
A (Paid) Passage to India:  Migration and revealed willingness to pay for upper-caste status

9/28/18

John Quah, Johns Hopkins University
Revealed Price Preference:  Theory and Empirical Analysis

10/8/18

Bernard Fortin, Laval University
Gender and Peer Effects on Performance in Social Networks

10/15/18

Tarun Jain, Indian School of Business
Respaping adolescents' gender attitudes:  Evidence from a school-based experiment in India

10/29/18

John Rehbeck, Ohio State University
Assessing Misspecification and Aggregation for Structured Preferences

11/5/18

Aris Spanos, Virginia Tech
The Replication Crises and the Trustworthiness of Empirical Evidence

11/9/18

Vijay Krishna, Florida State University
Insurance and Inequality with Persisten Private Information

11/12/18

Peter Duersch, University of Heidelberg
Price Competition in an Inflationary Environment

11/29/18

Mackenzie Alston, Texas A&M University
The (Perceived) Cost of Being Female:  An Experimental Investigation of Strategic Responses to Discrimination

11/30/18

P.J. Healy, Ohio State University
Belief-Free Strategies in Repeated Games with Stochastically-Perfect Monitoring:  An Experimental Test

12/3/18

Roee Teper, Pittsburgh University
Exploration and Correlation


2/19/18

Alan Miller, University of Haifa
Voting in Corporations

2/23/18

Enghin Atalay, University of Wisconsin-Madison

3/23/18

Shing-Yi Wang, University of Pennsylvania-Wharton School
Property Rights, Land Misallocation and Agricultural Efficiency in China

3/30/18

Daniel Martin, Northwestern University

4/6-7/18

Virginia Tech Workshop on Advances in Decision Theory 2018

4/13/18

Pierre-Daniel Sarte, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Rethinking Detroit

4/16/18

Fahad Khalil, University of Washington
Competitive Procurement with Ex Post Moral Hazard

4/20/18

Colin Xu, World Bank
The War Origin of Property Rights and State Capacity:  The Lasting Impact of the Taiping Rebellion

4/27/18

Howard Bodenhorn, Clemson University
Silverback Bankers