Economic Theory Seminars Spring 2016

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

Questions? Contact Victor Ortego Marti or DongWon Lee.

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

3/28/2016*  Peter Rupert, UC Santa Barbara

*NOTE: (This will be held from 4:10-5:30 in CHASS 1500) 

On The Mechanics Of New-Keynesian Models
4/4/2016 TBA TBA
4/6/2016* Alwyn Young, London School of Economics

*NOTE: (This is a joint Economic Theory/Econometrics seminar, and will be held on a Wednesday)

Channeling Fisher: Randomization Tests And The Statistical Insignificance Of Seemingly Significant Experimental Results
4/11/2016 Sung Je Byun, Federal Reserve Dallas Speculation In Commodity Futures Markets, Inventories And The Price Of Crude Oil
4/18/2016 Nicolas Petrosky-Nadeau, Federal Reserve San Francisco Asymmetric And State Dependent Dynamics In Credit And Labor Markets
4/25/2016 Marc-Andreas Muendler, UC San Diego The Dynamics Of Comparative Advantage
5/2/2016 Pierre-Olivier Weill, UC Los Angeles Heterogeneity In Decentralized Asset Markets
5/6/2016* Chris Tonetti, Stanford University

*NOTE: (Please note that this is a Friday instead of a Monday, but still a Theory Seminar)

The Growth Dynamics Of Innovation, Diffusion, And The Technology Frontier
5/9/2016 No Seminar No Seminar
5/16/2016 Domenico Ferraro, Arizona State University Aging Of The Baby Boomers: Demographics And Propagation Of Tax Shocks
5/23/2016 Galina Borisona Hale, Federal Reserve San Francisco The Rise In Home Currency Issuance
5/30/2016 Memorial Day Holiday, Campus Closed – No Seminar No Seminar