Microeconomic Theory Seminars Winter 2021

Fridays, 2:30-3:50 pm
Zoom meeting ID’s will be emailed out before each seminar.

Questions? Contact Hiroki Nishimura

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

1/08/2021 No Seminar
1/15/2021 Christopher P. Chambers (Georgetown University) Preference Identification
1/22/2021 Yusufcan Masatlioglu (University of Maryland) Progressive Random Choice


Workshop : Ethics Presentation

Organizer: Carolyn Sloane

1/29/2021 Matthew Kovach (Virginia Tech) Minimum Distance Belief Updating with General Information
2/05/2021 Pietro Ortoleva (Princeton University) Caution and Reference Effects
2/12/2021 Yoram Halevy (University of Toronto) Randomize at your own risk: on the observability of ambiguity aversion
2/19/2021 Jawwad Noor (Boston University) Intuitive Priors
2/26/2021 Efe A. Ok (New York University) Inferential Choice Theory
3/05/2021 David Dillenberger (University of Pennsylvania) Allocation Mechanisms Without Reduction
3/12/2021 John K.-H. Quah (Johns Hopkins University) Comparative statics with linear objectives: normal demand, monotone marginal costs, and ranking multi-prior beliefs