Department of Economics

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2013 Asia Summer Institute in Behavioral Economics
Asian Meeting of the Econometric Society 2013
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The Department of Economics Seminars Series is usually held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 4 - 5.30 pm.

All seminars are held at the Lim Tay Boh Seminar Room, AS2/03-12, unless mentioned otherwise. Upcoming seminars are subject to change.

If you are interested to present a seminar, please email Assoc Prof Satoru Takahashi & Assoc Prof Martin Bodenstein.

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Semester 2, 2014/2015


Date
Topic
Speaker
Jan 14
WED2pm
Intermediatioin in Networks Mihai Manea
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jan 14
WED
Resource Allocation in a Network Ruben Juarez
University of Hawaii

Feb 06
FRI

10.30am

Would you pay for transparently useless advice? A test of boundaries of beliefs in the folly of predictions

Venue: SJR
Nattavudh (Nick) Powdthavee
University of Melbourne and London School of Economics & Political Science
Feb 26
Thu

-tba-

 

Lorenz Goette
University of Lausanne
Mar 03
Tue
-tba- Tilman Borgers
University of Michigan
Mar 05
Thu

Dynamic Indeterminacy and Welfare in Credit Economies

Guillaume Rocheteau
University of California, Irvine
Mar 06
FRI

Unobserved Heterogeneity in Matching Games with an Application to Venture Capital Investments

Venue: @ SJR if LTB has GRS

Jeremy Fox
University of Michigan
Mar 10
Tue
Does Competition Promote Disclosure? Wing Chuen Suen
University of Hong Kong
Mar 12
Thu
A population-level study of the effects of early intervention for autism spectrum disorders David N. Figlio
Northwestern University
Mar 12
Thu

-tba-

Venue: SJR

Jae Won Lee
Seoul National University
Mar 13
FRI

Product Variety, Across Market Demand Heterogeneity, and the Value of Online Retail

Venue: @ SJR if LTB has GRS

Kevin R. Williams
Yale University
Mar 17
Tue

Stochastic stability in social choice problems with a q-majority rule

Ryoji Sawa
University of Aizu
Mar 18
WED

-tba-

Venue: BIZ

Michael Waldman
Cornell University
Mar 19
Thu
How Much Energy Do Building Energy Codes Really Save?
Evidence from California
Arik Levinson
Georgetown University
Mar 19
Thu

-tba-

Venue: SJR

Mark M. Spiegel
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Mar 26
Thu
Patrilocality and Missing Women Avi Ebenstein
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Mar 26
Thu

Time-consistent institutional design

Venue: SJR

Martin Ellison
University of Oxford
Mar 31
Tue
-tba- Rakesh Vohra
University of Pennsylvania
Mar 31
Tue

Dynamic discrete choice models with proxies for unobserved technologies

Venue: SJR

Yingyao Hu
John Hopkins University
Apr 01
WED

-tba-

Venue: SJR

Jonathan Heathcote
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Apr 02
Thu 2.30pm
-tba- Jose Luis Peydro Alcalde
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Apr 02
Thu
-tba- Thomas Sampson
London School of Economics
Apr 09
Thu
-tba- Zheng Michael Song
University of Chicago
Apr 14
Tue
-tba- Peter Eso
University of Oxford
Apr 21
Tue
-tba- Christoph Mueller
University of Queensland
Apr 21
Tue

-tba-

Venue: SJR

Yanqin Fan
University of Washington
Apr 23
Thu
-tba- John Romalis
University of Sydney
Apr 28
Tue
-tba- Hidehiko Ichimura
University of Tokyo
May 12
Tue
-tba- Eugenio J. Miravete
University of Texas at Austin
May

-tba-

Venue: BIZ

Olivier Deschenes
University of California, Santa Barbara

May 19
Tue
-tba- Daniel F. Garret
Toulouse School of Economics

May 27
WED

-tba-

Venue: BIZ

Jaap Abbring
Tilburg University
May 28
Thu
-tba- Jeffrey R. Campbell
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Jun16
Tue
-tba- Yingni Guo
Northwestern University