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Department of Economics

Department seminar schedule

Spring 2019:

*All seminars will be held at 3:45 to 5:00 PM unless otherwise specified*

Wednesday, January 16 in Waters 329 at 10:30-11:45am: Chen Huang - University of Arizona
Title: 
Why Are U.S. Women Decreasing Their Labor Force Participation If Their Wages Are Rising?

Tuesday, January 22 in Waters 329: Clint Harris - Purdue University
Title: Estimating the Perceived Returns to College

Monday, January 28 in Waters 329: Jessie CoeUniversity of Texas at Austin
Title: Estimation of fixed effects models with missing covariate data, with an application to valuing local water quality

 

Fall 2018:

*All seminars will be held at 3:45 to 5:00 PM unless otherwise specified*

Friday, September 28 in Waters 328: Peter Morrow - University of Toronto
Title: Is Processing Good?: Theory and Evidence from China

Friday, October 19 in Waters 328: Daniel Herbst - University of Arizona
Title: Liquidity and Insurance in Student Loan Contracts: Estimating the Effects of Income-Driven Repayment on Default and Consumption

Friday, October 26 in Waters 350: Sang-Wook (Stanley) Cho - UNSW Sydney
Title: The Causal Effect of FTAs on the Trade Margins: Evidence from Geographically Distant Partners

Friday, November 2 in Waters 328: Morris Kleiner - University of Minnesota
Title: Analyzing the Influence of Occupational Licensing Duration and Grandfathering on Labor Market Outcomes

Friday, November 9 in Waters 328: Nathan Balke - Southern Methodist University
Title: The Shale Revolution and the Dynamics of the Oil Market