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march 2017

27mar2:40 pm- 4:10 pmKurt Mitman, Institute for International Economic StudiesMacro/International Macro

16mar4:15 pm- 5:45 pmMarc Melitz, Harvard University "The Impact of Exports on Innovation: Theory and Evidence"

16mar2:45 pm- 4:00 pmTommaso Denti, M.I.T."Network Effects in Information Acquisition"

16mar1:30 pm- 2:50 pmAllan Collard-Wexler, Duke UniversityTBA

15mar12:30 pm- 1:20 pmDenis Shishkin"Bayesian Persuasion with Limited Commitment"

14mar12:45 pm- 2:00 pmGilat Levy, London School of EconomicsCombining Forecasts: Why Decision Makers Neglect Correlation

13mar2:40 pm- 4:10 pmJohn Haltiwanger, University of MarylandMacro/International Macro

13mar12:15 pm- 1:15 pmGiulia Brancaccio

9mar4:15 pm- 5:45 pmJavier Cravino, University of Michigan (IES Kenen Fellow 2016-2017)"Trade-Induced Structual Change and the Skill Premium"

9mar2:45 pm- 4:00 pmMarina Halac, Columbia University"Commitment vs. Flexibility with Costly Verification" (with Pierre Yared)

9mar1:30 pm- 2:50 pmSusan Athey, Stanford Graduate School of BusinessThe Impact of Aggregators on Internet News Consumption

6mar2:40 pm- 4:10 pmMark Bils, University of RochesterMacro/International Macro / CHW/RPDS

2mar4:15 pm- 5:45 pmPablo Fajgelbaum, University of California, Los AngelesOptimal Transport Networks in Spatial Equilibrium

1mar12:30 pm- 1:20 pmEvgenii Safonov"Random Choice with Framing Effects"

february 2017

27feb2:40 pm- 4:10 pmJan Eeckhout, Pompeu Fabra and University College LondonMacro/International Macro

27feb12:15 pm- 1:15 pmGiulia Brancaccio

23feb1:30 pm- 2:50 pmFrancesco Decarolis, Boston University

22feb12:30 pm- 1:20 pmLasse Mononen"State Dependent MaxMin: Now with Less Wrong Results!"

21feb12:45 pm- 2:00 pmDavid Dillenberger, University of PennsylvaniaGroup-Shift and the Consensus Effect

20feb2:40 pm- 4:10 pmCharles Engel, University of WisconsinMacro/International Macro

16feb4:15 pm- 5:45 pmJorge Balat, Johns Hopkins UniversityHeterogenous Firms: Skilled-Labor Productivity and the Destination of Experts

16feb1:30 pm- 2:50 pmGaston Illanes, Northwestern University"Switching Costs in Pension Plan Choice"

13feb2:40 pm- 4:10 pmDiego Comin, DartmouthEndogenous Technology Adoption and R&D as Sources of Business Cycle Persistence

10feb4:30 pm- 6:00 pmNatalie CoxPricing, Selection, and Welfare in the Student Loan Market: Evidence from Borrower Repayment Decisions

9feb4:30 pm- 6:00 pmYunzhi HuRecovery Dynamics: An Explanation from Bank Screening and Entrepreneur Entry

9feb2:30 pm- 4:00 pmNatalia Ramondo, University of California, San DiegoExporters' and Multinational Firms' Life-Cycle Dynamics

8feb4:30 pm- 6:00 pmCan UrgunContract Manufacturing Relationships

7feb4:30 pm- 6:00 pmPascal NoelThe Effect of Debt on Default and Consumption: Evidence from Housing Policy in the Great Recession

6feb4:30 pm- 6:00 pmJacopo PeregoSearching For Information and the Diffusion of Knowledge

january 2017

27jan10:30 am- 12:00 pmMaria Micaela SviatschiMaking a Narco: Childhood Exposure to Illegal Labor Markets and Criminal Life Paths

26jan10:30 am- 12:00 pmElisa GiannoneSkilled-Biased Technical Change and Regional Convergence

25jan10:30 am- 12:00 pmJohn Eric HumphriesThe Causes and Consequences of Self-Employment over the Life Cycle

24jan10:30 am- 12:00 pmMichelle MarcusGoing Beneath the Surface: Petroleum Pollution, Regulation, and Health

23jan10:30 am- 12:00 pmJack WillisTime vs. State in Insurance: Experimental Evidence from Contract Farming in Kenya

20jan10:30 am- 12:00 pmPeter HullEstimating Hospital Quality with Quasi-experimental Data

18jan10:30 am- 12:00 pmAdam KaporHeterogeneous Beliefs and School Choice Mechanisms

17jan10:30 am- 12:00 pmPiotr DworczakMechanism Design with Aftermarkets:Cutoff Mechanisms

13jan10:30 am- 12:00 pmGregory CoxWeak Identification in a Class of Generically Identified Models with an Application to Factor Models

12jan10:30 am- 12:00 pmOwen Zidar, University of Chicago-Booth"State Taxes and Spatial Misallocation"

11jan10:30 am- 12:00 pmMoritz Lenel, Stanford UniversitySafe Assets, Collateralized Lending and Monetary Policy

10jan10:30 am- 12:00 pmGregor Jarosch, Stanford University"Statistical Discrimination and Duration Dependence in the Job Finding Rate"

december 2016

14dec6:00 pm- 7:00 pmPaul Ho"Factor and Idiosyncratic Volatility"

14dec12:30 pm- 1:20 pmKorhan Kocak"Sequential Updating"

13dec2:40 pm- 4:00 pmTong Li, Vanderbilt UniversityA Partial Identication Subnetwork Approach to Discrete Games in Large Networks: An Application to Quantifying Peer Effects

13dec12:15 pm- 1:15 pmKazushige MatsudaThe Stagnation of Collegiate Attainment

12dec4:15 pm- 5:45 pmNeale Mahoney, Chicago Booth School of BusinessIndustrial Organization

12dec12:15 pm- 1:30 pmMolly SchnellIO Student Workshop

8dec2:45 pm- 4:00 pmChen Zhao, Princeton University PhD Candidate"Pseudo-Bayesian Updating"

8dec1:30 pm- 2:50 pmAli Yurukoglu, Stanford Graduate School of EconomicsIndustrial Organization

7dec6:00 pm- 7:00 pmIoannis Branikas"Location Choice, Portfolio Choice"

7dec2:50 pm- 4:10 pmArvind Krishnamurthy, Stanford UniversityMacro/International Macro / Finance

7dec12:30 pm- 1:20 pmLeonardo Pejsachowicz, Ecole Polytechnic"Choice Deferral, Indecisiveness and Preference for Flexibility" joint with Severine Toussaert (LSE Policy)

5dec12:15 pm- 1:30 pmMingyu ChenIO Student Workshop

1dec2:45 pm- 4:00 pmPhilipp Strack, UC Berkeley"On the Speed of Social Learning" (with Matan Harel, Elchanan Mossel & Omer Tamuz)

1dec1:30 pm- 2:50 pmLiran Einav, Stanford UniversityIndustrial Organization

november 2016

30nov6:00 pm- 7:00 pmAndrei Zeleneev

30nov12:30 pm- 1:20 pmJosue Figueroa"Incentives for Information Acquisition"

29nov12:45 pm- 2:00 pmPhilipp Strack, U.C. BerkeleyBehavioral Economics

29nov12:15 pm- 1:15 pmNikhil GuptaDoes Limited Contraceptive Access Slow Fertility Decline in Africa?

28nov12:15 pm- 1:30 pmGiulia BrancaccioIO Student Workshop

22nov12:45 pm- 2:00 pmTristan Gagnon-Bartsch, Harvard UniversityBehavioral Economics