Economic Theory Seminars Fall 2018

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

Questions? Contact Jang-Ting Guo.

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

10/1/2018 Saki Bigio, UC Los Angeles A Model Of Credit, Money, Interests and Prices
10/8/2018 Taghi Farzad, UCR PhD Candidate in Economics Maturity Structure And Debt Renegotiation In Sovereign Bonds
10/15/2018 Hien Nguyen, UCR PhD Candidate in Economics Firm Equity Risk, Bank Lending Standards, And The Macroeconomy
10/22/2018 Kevin Lansing, The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco Endogenous Regime Switching Near The Zero Lower Bound
10/29/2018 David Zeke, The University of Southern California Misallocation Costs of Digging Deeper Into The Central Bank Toolkit
11/5/2018 Mingyuan Jia, UCR PhD Candidate in Economics Real-Time Tracking Of Inflation With A Mixed-Frequency Unobserved Component Model With Stochastic Volatility
11/12/2018 No Seminar-Veteran’s Day Holiday & campus is closed. No Seminar
11/19/2018* George Evans, The University of Oregon

*NOTE: 10:10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. – Distinguished Visitor Lecture to Graduate Students in Sproul 2206

Adaptive Learning And Monetary Policy
11/19/2018* George Evans, The University of Oregon

*NOTE: 4:00 p.m. – 5:20 p.m., Sproul 2206

Learning To Optimize
11/26/2018 Shiyun Zhang, UCR PhD Candidate in Economics Why People Move Between The U.S. And Mexico:  Self-Selection And Migration
11/30/2018* John Zhu, The University of Pennsylvania

*NOTE: This is a Friday

Better Monitoring…Worse Productivity?
12/3/2018 Michael Choi, UC Irvine Money Mining And Price Dynamics
12/5/2018 Roee Teper, The University of Pittsburgh Exploration And Correlation
12/7/2018* David Lagakos, UC San Diego

*NOTE: This is a FRIDAY from 3-4:20pm

The Aggregate Effects Of “Free” Schooling In The Developing World