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december 2017

14dec4:15 pm5:45 pmMatthew Grant, Stanford University, IES Fellow 2017-2018Why Special Economic Zones? Using Trade Policy to Discriminate Across Importers

14dec1:30 pm2:50 pmNikhil Agarwal, MIT

13dec4:30 pm6:00 pmLiyu Dou

13dec12:15 pm1:30 pmMarianne Bertrand, University of ChicagoJoint with CHW/RPDS - **Will be held during CHW/RPDS regular seminar slot**

12dec12:45 pm2:00 pmNicholas Christakis, Yale UniversitySocial Network Experiments

11dec2:40 pm4:10 pmMike Elsby, The University of Edinburgh“Vacancy Chains”

11dec12:15 pm1:15 pmCharis Katsiardis

07dec4:15 pm5:45 pmShoumitro Chatterjee, Princeton UniversityMarket Power and Spatial Competition in Rural India

07dec2:45 pm4:00 pmMike Powell, Northwestern"Policies in Relational Contracts" (with Dan Barron)

07dec1:30 pm2:50 pmBrad Larsen, Stanford UniversityA Mechanism Design Approach to Identification and Estimation

06dec4:30 pm6:00 pmAndrei Zeleneev

06dec12:30 pm1:15 pmElia Sartori"Provision of Durable Goods with Endogenous Secondary Markets"

05dec12:45 pm2:00 pmGeoffroy de Clippel, Brown UniversityBounded Rationality and Limited Datasets

04dec4:15 pm6:00 pmStefanie Stantcheva, Harvard UniversityTax Simplicity and Heterogeneous Learning

04dec2:40 pm4:10 pmAdam Guren, Boston University“Mortgage Design in an Equilibrium Model of the Housing Market” (with Arvind Krishnamurthy and Tim McQuade)

november 2017

30nov4:15 pm5:45 pmKyle Bagwell, Stanford UniversityQuantitative Analysis of Multi-Party Tariff Negotiations

30nov2:45 pm4:00 pmLones Smith, University of Wisconsin"The Comparative Statics of Sorting" joint with Axel Anderson (Georgetown)

30nov1:30 pm2:50 pmGeorge-Levi Gayle, Washington UniversityOptimal Taxation, Marriage, Home Production, and Family Labour Supply

29nov2:50 pm4:00 pmDaniel Greenwald, MITThe Mortgage Credit Channel of Macroeconomic Transmission

29nov12:30 pm1:15 pmEvgenii Safonov"Random Choice with Framing Effects: a Bayesian Model"

28nov12:45 pm2:00 pmYoram Halevy, University of TorontoBehavioral Bargaining

28nov12:15 pm1:15 pmJonathan GaoNetwork Breadth and Accessibility of Health Care in Medi-Cal

27nov4:15 pm6:00 pmClaudia Olivetti, Boston CollegeSocial Norms, Labor Market Opportunities, and the Marriage Gap for Skilled Women

27nov2:40 pm4:10 pmPer Krusell, IIES“Labor Supply in the Past, Present, and Future: Who and How Much?”

27nov12:15 pm1:15 pmFederico Huneeus

20nov4:15 pm6:00 pmDanny Yagan, University of California, BerkeleyCapitalists in the Twenty-First Century

20nov2:40 pm4:10 pmNik Engbom, Princeton University PhD Candidate“Firm and Worker Dynamics in an Aging Labor Market”

16nov4:15 pm5:45 pmClara Santamaria, Princeton UniversitySmall Teams in Big Cities: Inequality, City Size, and the Organization of Production

16nov2:45 pm4:00 pmTakuo Sugaya, Stanford University"Revelation Principles in Multistage Games"

16nov1:30 pm2:50 pmRobert Clark, HEC MontréalThe Geographic Flow of Bank Funding and Access to Credit: Branch Networks and Local-Market Competition

15nov2:50 pm4:00 pmEffi Benmelech, Northwestern University“Migration and Consumption Insurance in Bangladesh”

15nov12:30 pm1:15 pmSimon Lazarus"Matching with Spatial Considerations"

14nov12:45 pm2:00 pmBenjamin Young, PhD Candidate, Princeton UniversityFraming and Cognition in Contract Design

13nov4:15 pm6:00 pmLawrence Katz, Harvard UniversityThe Fall of the Labor Share and the Rise of Superstar Firms

13nov2:40 pm4:10 pmMelanie Morten, Stanford University“Migration and Consumption Insurance in Bangladesh”

09nov2:45 pm4:00 pmKemal Yildiz, Bilkent University"Prudential Choice"

08nov4:30 pm6:00 pmChristian Wolf

08nov12:30 pm1:15 pmDenis Shishkin"Credibility in Communication" (joint with Elliot Lipnowski and Doron Ravid)

07nov4:30 pm6:00 pmHenrik KlevenDepartment Wide Seminar - "Wealth Taxation and Wealth Accumulation: Theory and Evidence"

06nov2:40 pm4:10 pmDmitry Mukhin, Princeton University PhD Candidate"An Equilibrium Model of the International Price System"

october 2017

26oct4:15 pm5:45 pmGiovanni Maggi, Yale UniversityChoked by Red Tape? The Political Economy of Wasteful Trade Barriers

26oct2:45 pm4:00 pmAlex Wolitzky, MIT"Learning From Others' Outcomes"

26oct1:30 pm2:50 pmGiulia Brancaccio, PhD Candidate, Princeton University

25oct4:30 pm6:00 pmIoannis Branikas"Product Market Advertising and Investor Portfolios"

25oct12:15 pm1:45 pmMolly Schnell, PhD Candidate, Princeton University***JOINT WITH CHW/RPDS; DURING THEIR REGULARLY SCHEDULED SEMINAR SLOT***

24oct12:15 pm1:15 pmVivek SampathkumarCongressional Candidate Campaigns and Constituency Change

23oct2:40 pm4:10 pmCosmin Ilut, Duke University“Uncertainty Aversion and Heterogeneous Beliefs in Linear Models”

23oct12:15 pm1:15 pmIoannis Branikas

19oct4:15 pm5:45 pmGilles Duranton, The Wharton School, University of PennsylvaniaUrban Growth and Its Aggregate Implications

19oct2:45 pm4:00 pmEvent CancelledGabriel Buchbinder, Princeton University PhD Candidate

19oct1:30 pm2:50 pmKei Kawai, U.C. Berkeley

18oct12:30 pm1:15 pmFranz Ostrizek"Hidden Prices: (Anti-)competitive Effects and Transparency"

17oct12:45 pm2:00 pmArun Chandrasekhar, Stanford UniversitySignaling, Stigma, and Silence in Social Learning

16oct3:30 pm4:45 pm2017 Simpson Lecture - Robert E. Hall"The Pervasive Importance of Labor-Market Tightness in Macroeconomic Volatility"

12oct4:15 pm5:45 pmJonathan Eaton, Penn State UniversityThe Gravity of Unit Values

12oct2:45 pm4:00 pmSylvain Chassang, NYU"Missing Bids" (joint with Kei Kawai, Jun Nakabyashi, and Juan Ortner)

11oct4:30 pm6:00 pmPaul Ho"Dissecting DSGEs with Prior Sensitivity Analysis"

11oct12:30 pm1:15 pmSvetlana Kosterina"Persuasion with Unknown Beliefs"

10oct12:45 pm2:00 pmSimone Galperti, U.C. San DiegoCoordination Motives and Competition for Attention in Information Markets

09oct2:40 pm4:10 pmAlex Monge-Naranjo, St. Louis Fed"Of Cities and Slums"

05oct4:30 pm6:00 pmGriswold Center for Economic Policy Studies EventStrategies for Success: Women in High Tech, Academia, Finance, and the Arts

05oct4:15 pm5:45 pmMeredith Startz, Stanford University, IES Fellow 2017-2018The Value of Face-to-Face: Search and Contracting Problems in Nigerian Trade

05oct2:45 pm4:00 pmAislinn Bohren, University of Pennsylvania"Bounded Rationality and Learning: a Framework and a Robustness Result" (joint with Daniel Hauser)

05oct1:30 pm2:50 pmSebastian Fleitas, KU LeuvenDynamic Competition and Price Regulation When Consumers Have Inertia: Evidence from Medicare Part D

04oct12:30 pm1:15 pmParth Parihar"Loss-Averse, Suspense-Loving Bidders: Explaining Revenue Discrepancies in First-Price and Dutch Auctions"