Each week, the Economics Departments hosts several academic seminars for students and faculty. Browse the full seminar calendar below.
Why Did Gender Wage Convergence Stall in the 1990s
"An empirical framework for matching with Imperfect Competition"
Alexander Todorov, Professor of Behavioral Science
"Centralized Matching with Incomplete Information"
"Sequential Mechanisms for Evidence Acquisition"
Eduardo Morales, Assistant Professor of Economics and International Affairs
New-Keynesian Trade: Understanding the Employment and Welfare Effects of Trade Shocks
"The Aggregate and Distributional Effects of Spatial Frictions"
Availability of the Gig Economy and Long Run Labor Supply Effects for the Unemployed
"(When) should you adjust inferences for multiple hypothesis testing?"
Lise Vesterlund, Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Economics
Diana Van Patten