Econometrics Seminars Spring 2019

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

Questions? Contact Tae-Hwy Lee.

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

4/3/2019 Yu-Wei Hsieh, The University of Southern California  “A Semiparametric Discrete-Choice Aggregate Demand Model” &

“Prediction And Congestion In Two-Sided Markets: Economist Versus Machine Matchmakers”

4/10/2019 Yanqin Fan, The University of Washington Uniform Inference In A Generalized Interval-Arithmetic Center And Range Model
4/17/2019 Samet Oymak, UCR Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering Overparameterization Without Overfitting: From Compressed Sensing to Deep Learning
4/23/2019 Colin Cameron, The University of California, Davis (Seminar to Graduate Students – 4:10-5:30 pm in CHASS Humanities 1500) Machine Learning Methods: An Overview
4/24/2019 Colin Cameron, The University of California, Davis (General Seminar to Faculty, Graduate Students and Campus seminar Guests – 4:10-5:30 pm in Sproul Hall 2206) Machine Learning Methods in Economics
5/1/2019 Geert Ridder, The University of Southern California Closing The Teacher Quality Gap? An Empirical Analysis Of Teacher To Classroom Assignment Problems
5/8/2019 Yi Xin, The California Institute of Technology Asymmetric Information, Reputation, and Welfare in Online Credit Markets
5/15/2019 Simon Smith, The University of Southern California Noncommon Breaks

Forecasting  Panel Data With Structural Breaks And Regime-Specific Grouped Heterogeneity

5/22/2019 Xiaoting Sun, The University of California Los Angeles (This will be a joint seminar with the Economics Graduate Student Association) Identification And Estimation Of Many-to-One Matching With An Application To The U.S. College Admissions
5/29/2019 Sarojini Hirshleifer, UCR Economics Testing For Attrition Bias In Field Experiments
6/5/2019 James Mitchell, The University of Warwick (U.K.) & Visiting Scholar – University of Southern California The Copula Opinion Pool: Modeling Expert Dependence