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Department ofEconomics

Seminar Series

The economics department organizes and sponsors a seminar series where scholars present and discuss their research with the LSB community.

Direct any questions to Marianne Farag - mfarag@scu.edu.

 

Fall 2020

Date Speaker/Affiliation Paper Title Time / Place
Wednesday,
Sept. 23

Antoine Camous
University of Mannheim

The Central Bank Strikes Back!  Credibility of Monetary Policy under Fiscal Influence  11:45 am

Wednesday,
Sept.30

Ben Handel
UC Berkeley

The Social Determinants of Choice Quality: Evidence from Health Insurance in the Netherlands 11:45 am

Wednesday,
Oct. 21

Alejandro Van der Ghote
European Central Bank

  11:45 am

Wednesday,
Oct. 28

Lisa Kahn
University of Rochester

  11:45 am

Wednesday,
Nov. 4

Huseyin Yildirim
Duke University

  11:45 am

Wednesday,
Nov. 11
Sheetal Sekhri
University of Virginia

  11:45 am
Wednesday,
Nov. 18
Konstantinos Serfes
Drexel University

  11:45 am
Wednesday,
Dec. 2
Victoria Xie
Santa Clara University
  11:45 am

 

 

Fall 2019

Date Speaker/Affiliation Paper Title Time / Place
Wednesday,
Oct. 9
Christian Peukert
Católica-Lisbon School of Business and Economics

The Editor vs. the Algorithm - Targeting, Data and Externalities in Online News

11:45 am
Lucas 301
Wednesday,
Oct. 16

CJ Gabbe, Michael Kevane, Bill Sundstrom
SCU

The effects of “urban village” upzoning strategy in San Jose, California 11:45 am
Lucas 201
Wednesday,
Oct. 30

Adam Sanjurjo
Universidad de Alicante

The Role of Memory in Search and Choice 11:45 am
Lucas 201
Wednesday,
Nov. 6

Amanda Agan
Rutgers (visiting SIEPR)

Salary Disclosure and Hiring: Field Experimental Evidence from a Two-Sided Audit Study 11:45 am
Lucas 201
Wednesday,
Nov. 13

Jean-Paul L'hullier
Brandeis University

Raising the Inflation Target: How Much Extra Room Does It Really Give? 11:45 am
Lucas 201 

 

Spring 2019

Date Speaker / Affiliation Paper Title Time / Place
Wednesday,
April 3
Daniel Fetter
Wellesley College

Efficiency and incidence of government old age support in the presence of intergenerational ties: Evidence from the early years of Social Security

11:45 am / Lucas 201
Wednesday,
April 10
Philipp Strack
University of California, Berkeley

The Cost of Information

11:45 am / Lucas 201
Wednesday,
April 17
Chirantan Chatterjee
Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad

Intellectual Property Regimes and Wage Inequality

11:45 am / Lucas 201
Wednesday,
April 24
Alexander Field
Santa Clara University

Mobilization for War and its Impact on Patenting in the United States: 1941-48

11:45 am / Lucas 201
Wednesday,
May 1
Robert Eberhart
Santa Clara University

Reciprocal Community Benefits: Community Engagement, Employment, and New Firm Outcomes

11:45 am / Lucas 201
Wednesday,
May 8
Dmitry Lubensky
Amazon.com

Learning Match Quality

11:45 am / Lucas 201

Wednesday,
May 15

Yuhei Miyauchi
Boston University

Matching and Agglomeration: Theory and Evidence from Japanese Firm-to-Firm Trade

11:45 am / Lucas 201
Wednesday,
May 22
Christian Helmers
Santa Clara University

 Intellectual Property Use and Firm Performance: The Case of Chile

11:45 am / Lucas 201
Wednesday,
May 29
Serguei Maliar
Santa Clara University

Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Computational Economists Any Time Soon?

11:45 am / Lucas 201

  

Fall 2018

Date Speaker/Affiliation Paper Title Time / Place
Wednesday,
Sept. 19

Lan Nguyen
SCU

International Linkages and the Changing Nature of International Business Cycles  11:45 am
Lucas 201
Wednesday,
Oct. 3

Desmond Lo
SCU 

Coordination and Organization Design: Theory and Micro-evidence  11:45 am
Lucas 301
Wednesday,
Oct. 10

Marcella Alsan
Stanford University

Does Diversity Matter for Health? Experimental Evidence from Oakland 11:45 am
Lucas 201
Wednesday,
Oct. 17

Regis Barnichon
SF Fed

Identifying the Phillips Curve from Shifts in Demand 11:45 am
Lucas 201
Wednesday,
Oct. 24

Aaron Bodoh-Creed
UC Berkekey, Haas

Using Machine Learning to Explain Violations of the "Law of One Price" 11:45 am
Lucas 201 
Wednesday,
Oct. 31

Daniela Puzzello/Volodymyr Lugovskyy
Indiana University

On Cooperation in Repeated Prisoner’s Dilemma Games: A Stress Test of the Basin of Attraction of Always Defect 11:45 am
Lucas 201
Wednesday,
Nov. 7

Ariel Weinberger
University of Oklahoma

Credit and the Labor Share: Evidence from US States 11:45 am
Lucas 201
Wednesday,
Nov. 14

Elira Kuka
Southern Methodist University

Do Human Capital Decisions Respond to the Returns to Education? Evidence from DACA  11:45 am
Lucas 201