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Contact: Salvador Ortigueira

Spring 2021
DateNameAffiliationSeminar TitleTime & Place
January 22Soonwoo KwonYale UniversityOptimal Shrinkage Estimation of Fixed Effects in Linear Panel Data Models3:10-4:30
ZOOM
January 25Pierre NguimkeuGeorgia State UniversityRegression with a Misclassied Binary Regressor:
Correcting for the Hidden Bias
3:10-4:30
ZOOM
January 26Jianfei CaoUniversity of ChicagoRobust IV Inference with Clustering Dependence3:10-4:30
ZOOM
January 27Subha ManiFordham UniversityExperimental Evidence from an Integrated Early Childhood Parenting Program in Sierra Leone3:10-4:30
ZOOM
February 19Justin LerouxHEC MontrealAssessing Inequality Assessments:
A General Representation of Inequality Indices
3:10-4:30
ZOOM
February 22Leonard GoffColumbia UniversityTreatment Effects in Bunching Designs: The Impact
of the Federal Overtime Rule on Hours
3:10-4:30
ZOOM
February 26Kelly JonesAmerican UniversityTargeted Regulations on Abortion Providers: Impacts on
Women's Education and Future Income
12:00-1:20
ZOOM
March 5Victoria ProwsePurdue UniversityCognitive skills, strategic sophistication, and life outcomes.3:10-4:30
ZOOM
March 16Jeonghwan David KimUniversity of California, Los AngelesSemi-Parametric Estimation under Monotonicity3:10-4:30
ZOOM
March 17Xin LiuUniversity of MissouriPanel Quantile Regression with Time-Invariant Rank3:10-4:30
ZOOM
March 18Conner MullallyUniversity of FloridaUsing Machine Learning to Estimate the Heterogeneous Effects of Livestock Transfers3:10-4:30
ZOOM
March 19Jesse RothsteinUniversity of California, BerkeleyCan Nudges Increase Take-up of the EITC?: Evidence from Multiple Field Experiments3:10-4:30
ZOOM
March 26Diana Van PattenPrinceton UniversityMultinationals, Monopsony, and Local Development: Evidence from the United Fruit Company3:10-4:30
ZOOM
April 9Sebastian CalonicoColumbia UniversityOn the Spread of Nebulized Ibuprofen as a Treatment for COVID-19 in Argentina3:10-4:30
ZOOM
April 16John DuffyUniversity of California, IrvineRational Inattention in a Repeated Prisoner's Dilemma Experiment
Abstract
3:10-4:30
ZOOM
April 30Salvador OrtigueiraWashington State UniversityAn Assessment of Senator Romney’s Family Security Act: Would it Really Reduce Poverty?3:10-4:30
ZOOM
Fall 2020
DateNameAffiliationSeminar TitleTime & Place
September 11Jim BerryLerner College U. DelawareNot Playing Favorites: An Experiment on Parental Fairness Preferences3:10-4:30
ZOOM
September 25Amrita RaychaudhuriUniversity of WinnipegInternational Trade, Imperfect Competition, and the Stability of Global Environmental Agreements3:10-4:30
ZOOM
October 2Jake WagnerWSU PhD StudentCommuters' mode and parking decisions.

3:10-4:30
ZOOM
October 9Christos Makridis ASU & MIT SloanLearning from Friends in a Pandemic: Social Networks and the Macroeconomic Response of Consumption3:10-4:30
ZOOM
October 16 Joseph PattenWSU PhD StudentImpacts of Public 2-year College Spending and Tuition on For-Profit 2-year Colleges3:10-4:30
ZOOM
October 23 Joshua TibbittsWSU PhD StudentThe Opioid Safety Initiative and Veteran Suicides3:10-4:30
ZOOM
October 30Jikhan JeongWSU PhD StudentIdentifying Consumer Preferences from User- and Crowd- Generated Digital Footprints on Amazon.com by Leveraging Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing

3:10-4:30
ZOOM
November 6Simone Schaner USCInformation, Intermediaries, and International Migration:
Evidence from a Quality Disclosure Experiment
3:10-4:30
ZOOM
November 13Matt LoweUniversity of British ColumbiaReligious Revival and Social Order3:10-4:30
ZOOM
November 20Chelsea PardiniWSU PhD StudentViolence, Coercion, and Settler Colonialism3:10-4:30
ZOOM
December 4Ashutosh KumarWSU PhD StudentMoving to Better Healthcare? Estimating the Causal Impact of Medicaid Expansion on
Homeless Individuals
3:10-4:30
ZOOM
December 11Christopher AmbroseWSU PhD StudentLocal Access to Recreational Marijuana and Youth Substance Use3:10-4:30
ZOOM
Spring 2020
DateNameAffiliationSeminar TitleTime & Place
January 9Ruonan XuMichigan State UniversityAsymptotic Properties of M-estimators with Finite Populations under Cluster Sampling and Cluster Assignment3:10-4:30
PACCAR 202
January 10 Wesley BlundellCalifornia State University, East BayEscalation of Scrutiny: The Gains from Dynamic Enforcement of Environmental Regulations3:10-4:30
PACCAR 202
January 14Matthew GammansUniversity of California at DavisDouble cropping as an adaptation to climate change in the United States3:10-4:30
PACCAR 202
January 16Seolah KimUniversity of California RiversideA Consistent Nonparametric Test for Endogeneity3:10-4:30
PACCAR 202
January 21Tor TolhurstUniversity of California at DavisModal-Free Detection of a Speculative Asset Bubble: Evidence From the World Market for Superstar Wines.3:10-4:30
PACCAR 202
January 23Jared HutchinsUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonMilked for All They Are Worth: Livestock Replacement in a Dynamic Discrete Choice Model
3:10-4:30
PACCAR 202
February 14Dr. Robert AxtellGeorge Mason UniversityDynamics of Firms: Data, Theories, and Models3:10 - 4:30
Hulbert 27
February 21Ph.D. Student Moses LuriWashington State UniversityWater Storage and Economic Resilience in a Managed Hydrologic System3:10 - 4:30
Hulbert 27
February 28Dr. Jacques P LawarreeUniversity of WashingtonLearning from Failures: Optimal Contracts for Experimentation and Production3:10 - 4:30
Hulbert 27
March 13Dr. Jeff LucksteadUniversity of Arkansas



Taste Renaissance, Tax Reform, and Industrial Organization of the Beer Industry3:10 - 4:30
PACCAR 202
March 27Dr. Maggie apRoberts-WarrenEastern Washington UniversityCANCELLED3:10 - 4:30
Hulbert 27
April 3Dr. Sebastian CalonicoColumbia UniversityCANCELLED3:10 - 4:30
Hulbert 27
April 10Dr. Hilary Hoynes
Leigh Lecture Speaker
University of California BerkeleyCANCELLED1:30 - 4:30
PACCAR 202
April 17Dr. Sebastian Tello-TrilloUniversity of VirginiaCANCELLED3:10 - 4:30
Hulbert 27
April 24Dr. Mary HirschfieldVillanova UniversityCANCELLED3:10 - 4:30
Hulbert 27
May 1Dr. Joel SandonisCurrently on sabbatical at University of British ColumbiaCANCELLED3:10 - 4:30
Hulbert 27
May 1Dr. Alex HorensteinUniversity of MiamiA Mobile Experiment on Perception in Dynamic Games.3:10-4:30
ZOOM
MAY 15Abu S. ShonchoyFlorida International University, MiamiSchool Drop-out and Seasonality: Ramadan School Holidays as a Natural Experiment” (joint work with Seiro Ito)1:30-3:00
ZOOM
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