Econometrics Seminars Spring 2018

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

Questions? Contact Gloria Gonzalez-Rivera.

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

04/06/2018 Todd Clark, Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank Endogenous Uncertainty
04/13/2018* Lee Ohanian, UC Los Angeles

*NOTE: (Please note that this will be an ECONOMIC THEORY seminar)

How the U.S. Lost The Rust Belt: Labor Market Conflict And Inefficient Rent Sharing
04/20/2018 Yehua Li, UCR Statistics Department Functional Principle Component Analysis Of Spatiotemporal Point Processes With Applications In Disease Surveillance
04/27/2018 Christian Shelton, UCR Computer Science Department Machine Learning: An Overview
05/04/2018 Dimitris Politis, UC San Diego Predictive Inference For Locally Stationary Time Series
05/11/2018* Oscar Jorda, UC Davis & the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank

*NOTE: (Please note that this will be a joint Econometrics & Macroeconomics Seminar)

Direct, Indirect, and Composition Effects Of Monetary Policy Interventions
05/18/2018 Yulong Wang, Syracuse University Nonparametric Spatial Threshold And Two-Dimensional Sample Splitting
05/25/2018 Ruoyao Shi, UCR Economics An Averaging Estimator Robust To Misspecification In Linear Panel Data Model
06/01/2018 Xun Tang, Rice University Identification And Estimation Of Large Network Games With Private Link Information
06/08/2018 Yun Luo, UCR PhD Candidate in Economics A Truncated Mixture Transition Model For Interval-valued Time Series