Microeconomic Theory Seminars Spring 2021
Fridays, 2:30-3:50 pm
Zoom meeting ID’s will be emailed out before each seminar.
Questions? Contact Yang Xie
When available, the papers may be downloaded as pdf files, which can be read or printed using the Acrobat Reader.
|DATE||NAME||TITLE OF PRESENTATION|
|4/02/2021||Patrick Francois (University of British Columbia)||A theory of elite-initiated democratization, illustrated with the case of Myanmar|
|4/09/2021||James Fearon (Stanford University)||Armed Conflict Bargaining|
|4/16/2021||Steve Callander (Stanford University)||Market Competition and Political Influence: An Integrated Approach|
|4/23/2021||Murat Iyigun (University of Colorado, Boulder)||A Theory of Cultural Revivals|
|Tuan-Hwee Sng (National University of Singapore)||The Fractured-Land Hypothesis|
|5/07/2021||Matthew O. Jackson (Stanford University)||The Role of Referrals in Immobility, Inequality, and Inefficiency in Labor Markets|
|5/14/2021||Weijia Li (Monash University)||Targeted Media, Voter Suppression, and the Rise of Populism.|
|5/21/2021||Georgy Egorov (Northwestern University)||Social Media and Xenophobia: Evidence from Russia|
|5/28/2021||Konstantin Sonin (University of Chicago)||Networks and Limits on Authoritarian Propaganda|
|6/04/2021||Chris Bidner (Simon Fraser University)||The Allocation of Political Authority when Power Corrupts|