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3/8Catalina Amuedo-DorantesSan Diego State University"Immigration Enforcement, Police Trust and Domestic Violence"
3/15Jie ShuaiZhongnan University"Upstream Market Structure and Downstream Cross Holding"
3/22No SeminarSpring Break 
3/29Ronni PavanUniversity of Rochester"Parental Skills and Child Development"
4/5Luis CabralNYU"Price Matching Guarantees and Collusion: Theory and Evidence from Germany"
4/19Manisha ShahUCLA"Including Males: Improving Sexual and Reproductive Health for Female Adolescents"
4/26Silke ForbesTufts Universityseminar cancelled
5/3Qingqing CaoMichigan State UniversityTBA

Seminar Series - Spring 2018

2/2Carlos Lamarche

University of Kentucky

*Will be held in Dale Hall Tower, Room 906 at 1:00pm

"Common Correlated Effects Estimation of Heterogeneous Dynamic Panel Quantile Regression Models"
2/16Michael R. RansomBrigham Young University"Meritocracy in Academic Labor Markets:  A Comparison of Three Fields"
2/23Ariel WeinbergerUniversity of Oklahoma"Credit and the Labor Share:  Evidence from U.S. States"
3/2Kevin StangeUniversity of Michigan"Price Regulation, Price Discrimination, and Equality of Opportunity in Higher Education:  Evidence from Texas"
3/9Robert FairlieUniversity of California, Santa Cruz"Job Creation and Survival Among Entrepreneurs:  Evidence from the Universe of U.S. Startups"
3/16Delia FurtadoUniversity of Connecticut"Do Immigrant Inflows Improve Quality of Care in Nursing Homes?"
3/23No SeminarSpring Break 
3/30Jiawei ChenUniversity of California, Irvine"Reimbursing Consumers' Switching Costs in Network Industries."
4/6Laura RazzoliniUniversity of Alabama"Best-of-five Contest:  An Experiment on Gender Differences."
4/13Kristian BehrensUniversity of Quebec, Montreal"Are Clusters Resilient?  Evidence from Canadian Textile Industries."
4/18Dakshina De SilvaLancaster University

*Will be held in Cate Center 1, Room 326 from 12:00pm-1:00pm
"Winner's Curse in Bond Markets"
4/20Christopher NeelyFederal Reserve of St. Louis"A Survey of the Empirical Literature on U.S. Unconventional Monetary Policy"
4/27Daniele TavaniColorado State University"Consumption Externalities and Growth:  Theory and Evidence for the United States"
5/4Jidong Zhou*seminar cancelled
Yale University
"Multiproduct Intermediaries and Optimal Product Range"

Seminar Series - Spring 2017

3/03Asli LeblebiciogluUniversity of Texas, Dallas"Trade Liberalization and Investment in Foreign Capital Goods:  Evidence from India."
3/17No Seminar Spring Break
3/24Olivier DeschenesUniversity of California, Santa Barbara"Weather and Death in India:  Implications for Climate Change"
3/29Daniel ReckUniversity of California, Berkeley"Do Minimum Wages for Young Workers Raise Their Employment?  Evidence from a Danish Discontinuity."
3/31John PattyUniversity of Chicago 
Joint with Carl Albert Center
"How the Legislative Agenda Can Drive Polarization"
4/07Drew CrealUniversity of Chicago Seminar Cancelled 
4/14Jeffrey WooldridgeMichigan State University"Testing and Correcting Endogeneity in Nonlinear Unobserved Effects Models"
4/21Nancy QianYale UniversitySeminar Cancelled
4/28Ozkan ErenLouisiana State University"The Effects of Teacher Incentives on Student Outcomes:  Evidence from Louisiana Teacher Advancement Program"
5/5Joaquin BlaumBrown University"Importing, Exporting and Aggregate Productivity in Large Devaluations"