Applied Economics Seminars Spring 2015

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

Questions? Contact Richard Arnott.

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

3/30/2015 TBA TBA
4/6/2015 TBA TBA
4/13/2015 TBA TBA
4/20/2015* Gaurab Aryal, University of Chicago

*NOTE: (This is an Economic Theory Seminar)

5/1/2015* Travis Lybbert, University of California, Davis

*NOTE: (Please note, this is a Friday)

Experimental Markets for Micronutrient Supplements to Prevent Undernutrition: Estimating Household Demand Persistence in Rural Burkina Faso
5/4/2015 Anaka Aiyar, UCR The impact of health insurance in developing countries: A study of Vietnam’s child health insurance program
5/11/2015 Alex Anas from the University at Buffalo, New York with Debarshi Indra, UCR Rationality and exuberance in land prices and the supply of new housing
5/18/2015 Stephen D. O’Connell, Graduate Center – CUNY Political Inclusivity and the Aspirations of Young Constituents: Identifying the Effects of a National Empowerment Policy
5/25/2015 No Seminar Memorial Day Holiday, no seminar
5/29/2015* Sofia Franco, Nova School of Business and Economics, Portugal

*NOTE: (Please note, this is a Friday)

Downtown Parking Supply, Work Trip Mode Choice And Urban spatial Structure
6/1/2015 Steve Raphael, Goldman School at UC Berkeley Incarceration And Crime: Evidence From California’s Realignment Sentencing Reform
6/2/2015* Steve Raphael, Goldman School at UC Berkeley

*NOTE:  (This is the graduate student seminar, from 12:45-2:00pm in Sproul Hall, room 2206)

Why Are So Many Americans In Prison?
6/5/2015* Agne Suziedelyte, Monash University

*NOTE: (Please note, this is a Friday from 2-3:30pm in Sproul 2206)

Mental Health Stigma
6/8/2015 No Seminar Spring finals week, no seminar