Applied Economics Seminars Fall 2017

Mondays, 4:10-5:30 pm (unless otherwise specified)
Sproul 2206

Questions? Contact   Carolyn Sloane & Sarojini Hirshleifer.

When available, the papers may be downloaded as pdf files, which can be read or printed using the Acrobat Reader.

10/02/2017 Neha Agarwal, UCR PhD Candidate To Work Or Not To Work? Male Earnings And Female Labor Force Participation In India
10/09/2017 Evan Wigton-Jones, UCR PhD Candidate Legacies Of Inequality: The Case Of Brazil
10/16/2017 Matt Freedman, UC Irvine Is Your Lawyer A Lemon? Incentives And Selection In The Public Provision Of Criminal Defense
10/23/2017 Peter Hinrichs, Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank Affirmative Action And Racial Segregation
10/30/2017 Rodrigo Soares, Columbia University Does Universalization Of Health Care Work? Evidence From Health Systems Restructuring And Maternal And Child Health In Brazil
11/06/2017 Jonathan Kurzfeld, UCR PhD Candidate Prison Crowding And Violent Misconduct
11/13/2017 Vittorio Bassi, The University of Southern California Information Frictions in the Labor Market: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Uganda
11/20/2017 Jordan Matsudaira, Cornell University Not So Simple? Financial Aid Simplification and the Impact of Pell Grants on College Enrollment
11/27/2017 No Seminar No Seminar
11/28/2017* Juan Pantano, University of Chicago

*NOTE: (Seminar will be from 4:40-6:00 p.m. in Humanities 1500)

Healthcare Access, Costs, and Treatment Dynamics: Evidence From In Vitro Fertilization
12/04/2017 Ozkan Eren, Louisiana State University Performance Pay, Teachers And Student Outcomes
12/11/2017 TBA TBA