Applied Economics Seminars Spring 2022

Fridays, 2:00-3:20 pm
In-Person Seminars will be held in Sproul 2206.
Zoom meeting ID’s will be emailed out before each seminar.

Questions? Contact Steven Helfand and Sarojini Hirshleifer

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

No Seminar

DATE NAME TITLE OF PRESENTATION
4/01/2022
*Sproul 2206
Ketki Sheth (UC Merced) Discrimination and Access to Capital: Experimental Evidence from Ethiopia
4/08/2022
*Zoom
Solomon Hsiang (UC Berkeley) Estimating a Social Cost of Carbon for Global Energy Consumption
and
Valuing the Global Mortality Consequences of Climate Change
4/15/2022
*Sproul 2206
Jeff Smith (University of Wisconsin, Madison) Learning More about Teachers:Estimating Teacher Value-Added and Treatment Effects on Teacher Value-Added in Northern Uganda
4/22/2022
*Sproul 2206
Radhika Jain (Stanford) Women left behind: Gender disparities in utilization of government health insurance in India
4/29/2022
*Zoom
Kyle Emerick (Tufts University) Targeted Subsidies for Water Conservation in Smallholder Agriculture
5/06/2022
*Sproul 2206
Jonah Rockoff (Columbia) Pension Reform and Teacher Labor Supply
5/13/2022
*Zoom
Jacopo Ponticelli (Northwestern University) The Effects of Climate Change on Labor and Capital Reallocation
5/20/2022
*Zoom
Rob Garlick (Duke) Aspirations, Assets and Anti-Poverty Policies
5/27/2022
*Zoom
Mike Kuhn (University of Oregon) Too Fast, Too Furious? Digital Credit Delivery Speed and Repayment Rates