Applied Economics Seminars Winter 2019

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

Questions? Contact Michael Bates or Yang Xie.

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

1/11/2019 Yanhui Wu, University of Southern California Competition, Contracts, And Worker Efforts In Creative Production
1/18/2019 Weijia Li, Monash University/UCR Visiting Scholar Rotation, Performance Rewards, And Property Rights
1/25/2019 Scott Carrell, UC Davis My Professor Cares: Experimental Evidence On The Role Of Faculty Engagement
2/1/2019* Whitney Newey, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

*NOTE: This is a Friday and will be the first seminar related to the Econometrics Conference on Saturday 2/2/19 in INTS 1113, 11:30 am – 5:10 pm.  Dr. Newey is our keynote speaker.  If you wish to view the title of Saturday’s Keynote presentation, please go to the Econometrics seminars listing.

Debiased/Double Machine Learning Of Treatment And Structural Parameters
2/8/2019 Andrea Matranga, Chapman University All Along The Watchtower: Linear Defenses And The Introduction Of Serfdom In Russia
2/15/2019 Moshe Buchinsky, UC Los Angeles The Role Of Women And Men In Choices Of Residential And Work Locations In Israel
2/22/2019 Seema Jayachandran, Northwestern University The Impact Of Early Childhood Education On Child Development In Rural India
3/1/2019 Ed Kosack, Xavier University The Bracero Program And Entreprenurial Investment In Mexico
3/8/2019 David Bjerk, Claremont McKenna Colleges What Can DNA Exonerations Tell us About Racial Differences In Wrongful Conviction Rates?
3/15/2019 Paola Giuliano, UC Los Angeles Diversity In Schools: Immigrants And The Educational Performance of Natives