Applied Economics Seminars Spring 2017

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

Questions? Contact Joseph Cummins or Yang Xie.

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

3/29/2017  No Seminar- Spring Break  No Seminar
4/05/2017  Michael Callen, UCSD Mobile-izing Savings With Automatic Contributions: Experimental Evidence On Present Bias And The Default Effect In Afghanistan
4/12/2017  Darin Christensen, UC Los Angeles Concession Stands: How Foreign Investments In Mining Incites Protest In Africa
4/19/2017  Christian Dippel, UC Los Angeles Outside Options, Coercion, And Wages: Removing The Sugar Coating
4/26/2017 Elaina Rose, The University of Washington Most Likely To Succeed: Personality And Long-Run Achievement
5/03/2017 Maya Rossin-Slater, UC Santa Barbara What Is The Added Value Of Pre-School? Long Term Impacts And Interactions With A Health Intervention
5/10/2017 Fred Finan, UC Berkeley Money And Politics: Estimating The Effects Of Campaign Spending Limits On Political Entry And Selection
5/17/2017 Karthik Muralidharan, UC San Diego  General Equilibrium Effects Of (Improving) Public Employment Programs: Experimental Evidence From India
5/24/2017 Bryan Leonard, Arizona State University  Creating Anticommons: Historical Land Privatization And Modern Natural Resource Use
5/31/2017 No Seminar No Seminar
6/07/2017 Xiaohan Zhang, California State University, Los Angeles  Housing Market Responses To The California Top X% Policy
6/14/2017  No Seminar- Finals Week No Seminar