Economic Theory Seminars Winter 2017

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

Questions? Contact Marcelle Chauvet or Dave Malueg.

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

1/13/2017  Rafaella Giacomini, University College of London Uncertain Identification
1/20/2017  Esfandiar Maasoumi, Emory University Identifying The Distribution Of The Gender Gap
1/27/2017* Fei Jia, Michigan State University

*NOTE: (Please note that this seminar will be held from 2-3:30pm in INTS 1111)

Exploring Additional Moment Conditions In Non-separable Minimum Distance Estimation With An Application To Pseudo Panels
01/30/2017* Yulia Pavlova, LUKE Natural Resources Institute, Helsinki Finland

*NOTE: (Please note that this is a Monday)

International Environmental Cooperation And Dynamic Stock Effects
2/03/2017 Walmir Silva, University of Brasilia & Visiting Scholar-UCR An Analysis Of The Literature On Systemic Financial Risk: A Survey
2/10/2017 Angela Vossmeyer, Claremont McKenna College Analysis Of Stigma And Bank Behavior
2/17/2017* Ruoyao Shi, UC Los Angeles

*NOTE: (from 10:00 am – 11:30 am (Please note, this in an Econometrics seminar to be held in INTS 1113)

Identification And Estimation Of Nonparametric Hedonic Equilibrium Model With Unobserved Quality
2/17/2017 Ricardo Fernholz, Claremont McKenna College Empirical Methods For Dynamic Power Law Distributions In The Social Sciences
2/24/2017 Joseph McMurray, Brigham Young University  Polarization And Pandering In Common-Value Elections
3/03/2017 Eric Swanson, UC Irvine Measuring The Effects Of Federal Reserve Forward Guidance And Asset Purchases On Financial Markets
3/08/2017* SungJun Huh, UCR PhD Candidate

*NOTE: (Please note that this is a Wednesday, but is an Economic Theory Seminar)

The Equity Premium And The Financial Accelerator
3/10/2017* Martin Ravallion, Georgetown University

*NOTE: (Please note that this is a Friday, but is an Applied Economics Seminar)

Informational Constraints On Antipoverty Programs: Evidence For Africa
3/10/2017* Martin Ravallion, Georgetown University

*NOTE: (Please see line just above)

Paper #2 for the seminar listed above
3/17/2017 Zeynep Senyuz, Board of the Governors of the Federal Reserve System Effects Of Changing Monetary And Regulatory Policy On Overnight Money Markets