Past Economic Seminars
Sarah Quintanar, Midwestern State Univ - Texas
"Uncovering Data: How Ordinary Police Work Can Provide Insights on Critical Influences and Bias"
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Chen Cheng, Johns Hopkins University
"A Theory of Multiplexity: Sustaining Cooperation with Multiple Relations"
Luca Merlino, University of Antwerp
"Debunking Rumors in Networks"
Noel Johnson, George Mason University
"The Impact of the Black Death on Printing Press Adoption"
Victor Aguiar, Western University
"Dynamic Stochastic Revealed Preference"
Sumit Agarwal, National University of Singapore
"Do sanitary pads alleviate period poverty and improve girls’ educational outcomes?"
Bo Zhou, Durham University, UK
"A general semiparametric approach when distribution is considered a nuisance parameter"
Kwok Ping Tsang, Virginia Tech
"What Does Data Quality Tell Us? Learning Local Cultural Traits from Qing China Grain Prices"
All Spring 2021 Seminars will be held via Zoom. Click here to attend!
Friederike Mengel, Univeristy of Essex
"Irrational Statistical Discrimination"
Tim Hubbard, Colby College
"Bid-Separation in Asymmetric Auctions"
All Fall 2020 Seminars will be held via Zoom.
Jorge M. Aguero, University of Connecticut
"Human Capital, Internal Migration and Structural Transformation in Africa"
Jan Hausfeld, University of Amsterdam
"Redistribution beyond equality and status quo"
Asen Kochov, University of Rochester
"Sequential Trading with Coarse Contingencies"
Bart Lipman, Boston University
“Acquisition of/Stochastic Evidence”
Celeste Carruthers, University of Tennessee
“'Free College' Promises, High School Achievement, and College Enrollment”
The remaining seminars were cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19
Nancy Lutz, National Science Foundation
Dongrul Lee, University of Alabama
Marco Battaglini, Cornell University
Mehmet Caner, North Carolina State University
Hendrik Rommeswinkel, National Taiwan University
Efe Ok, New York University
David Ahn, University of California - Berkeley
David Gill, Purdue University
Fabrizio Zilibotti, Yale University
Alireza Tahbaz-Salehi, Northwestern University
Miaojie Yu, Peking University
Pawel Dziewulski, University of Sussex
Donna Ginther, University of Kansas
Do State TANF Policies Affect Child Abuse and Neglect?
Jeff Kline, University of Queensland
Perfecting Correlated Equilibria with Mediator Mistakes
License Complementarity and Package Bidding: U.S. Spectrum Auctions
Djavad Salehi-Isfahani, Virginia Tech
The Effect of Single-Sex Education on Educational Attainment of Men and Women: Evidence from Iran
Sean Horan, University of Montreal
Agenda in Legislative Decision-Making
Kaushik Basu, Cornell University
Technological Advance and the Changing Nature of Work
Eric Bahel, Virgnia Tech
Strategyproof Choice of Social Acts: Bilaterality, Dictatorship and Consensuality
Jane Ryngaert, Wake Forest University
Do You Know That I Know That You Know?: Higher Order Beliefs in Survey Data
J. Isaac Miller, University of Missouri
Testing Cointegrating Relationships Using Irregular and Non-Contemporaneous Series with an Application to Paleoclimate Data
Justin Marion, University of California Santa Cruz
Why did firms practice segregation? Evidence from movie theaters during Jim Crow
Liza Charroin, University of Heidelberg
Homophily, peer effects and dishonesty
Ryan Webb, University of Toronto
Pairwise Normalization: A Neuroeconomic Theory of Multi-Attribute Choice
Emel Filiz Ozbay, University of Maryland
The Relevance of Irrelevant Information
Timothy Cason, Purdue University
Social Dilemmas with Agency Risk
Lung-fei Lee, Ohio State University
The Search for Best Linear and Quadratic Moment Conditions of the SAR Model
Mira Frick, Yale University
Misinterpreting Others and the Fragility of Social Learning
Chandan Kumar Jha, Le Moyne College
The Role of Historical Resource Scarcity in Modern Gender Inequality
Simon Alder, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Political Distortions and Infrastructure Networks in China: A Quantitative Spatial Equilibrium Analysis
Katherine A. Eriksson, University of California Davis
The Rise and Fall of the Know-Nothing Party
Xing Xia, Yale - NUS
Selective mortality and the long-term effects of early-life exposure to natural disasters
Rabah Amir, University of Iowa
Oliopoly with network effects: On the private and social incentives for interconnection
Brian McCaig, Wilfrid Lauier University
Export markets and household business performance: Evidence from Vietnam
Indrajit Ray, Cardiff University
Truthful Cheap Talk: Theory and Experiment
Myrna Wooders, Vanderbilt University
Non-Cooperative Team Formation and a Team Formation Mechanism
Todd Sarver, Duke University
An Evolutionary Perspective on Ambiguity
Alexander Persaud, University of Richmond
A (Paid) Passage to India: Migration and revealed willingness to pay for upper-caste status
John Quah, Johns Hopkins University
Revealed Price Preference: Theory and Empirical Analysis
Bernard Fortin, Laval University
Gender and Peer Effects on Performance in Social Networks
Tarun Jain, Indian School of Business
Respaping adolescents' gender attitudes: Evidence from a school-based experiment in India
John Rehbeck, Ohio State University
Assessing Misspecification and Aggregation for Structured Preferences
Aris Spanos, Virginia Tech
The Replication Crises and the Trustworthiness of Empirical Evidence
Vijay Krishna, Florida State University
Insurance and Inequality with Persisten Private Information
Peter Duersch, University of Heidelberg
Price Competition in an Inflationary Environment
Mackenzie Alston, Texas A&M University
The (Perceived) Cost of Being Female: An Experimental Investigation of Strategic Responses to Discrimination
P.J. Healy, Ohio State University
Belief-Free Strategies in Repeated Games with Stochastically-Perfect Monitoring: An Experimental Test
Roee Teper, Pittsburgh University
Exploration and Correlation
Alan Miller, University of Haifa
Voting in Corporations
Enghin Atalay, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Shing-Yi Wang, University of Pennsylvania-Wharton School
Property Rights, Land Misallocation and Agricultural Efficiency in China
Daniel Martin, Northwestern University
Virginia Tech Workshop on Advances in Decision Theory 2018
Pierre-Daniel Sarte, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Fahad Khalil, University of Washington
Competitive Procurement with Ex Post Moral Hazard
Colin Xu, World Bank
The War Origin of Property Rights and State Capacity: The Lasting Impact of the Taiping Rebellion
Howard Bodenhorn, Clemson University