past-seminars-academic-year-2016-2017

DateNameAffiliationSeminar TitleTime & Place
August 26Casey BoltWSUUncertainty Attitudes of Firms and the Efficiency of Ex Post Liability vs. Ex Ante Regulation3:10 - 4:30
HUL 27
September 2Matthew Birch
WSU
Campus Visitation Scholarships: Do They Work?3:10 - 4:30
HUL 27
September 9Jayson LuskOklahoma State UniversityAm I Getting a Good Deal? Reference-Dependent Decision Making when the Reference Price is Uncertain3:10 - 4:30
University of Idaho
Ag Science 62
September 16Ziying YangWSUThe Effect of Beijing Vehicle Lottery Policy on Demand and Environment3:10 - 4:30
HUL 27
September 23Erik Kimbrough
Simon Fraser University
Kinship, Fractionalization, and Corruption3:10 - 4:30
HUL 27
September 30Xiangrui WangWSUDivestiture May Fail as a Merger Remedy: A Case Study from the Beer Industry3:10 - 4:30
HUL 27
October 7Brett DevineWSUNonlinear Pricing with Costly Information Acquisition3:10 - 4:30
HUL 27
October 21Joseph CookUniversity of Washington The Economics of Water Collection in Rural Kenya3:10 - 4:30
HUL 27
October 28Xin ZhaoWSUEndogenous Cartel Formation with Free Market Entry and Firm Heterogeneity3:10 - 4:30
HUL 27
November 4Stephen PolaskyUniversity of Minnesota Cooperation on Climate-Change Mitigation3:10 - 4:30
HUL 27
November 16Brett HauberRTI-Health SolutionsPatients’ Benefit-Risk Preferences in Regulatory Decision Making3:30 - 5:00
HUL 27
November 18Daegoon LeeWSU3:10 - 4:30
HUL 27
December 2Pak Sing ChoiWSUOptimal Monitoring Mechanism in Procurement Auctions3:10 - 4:30
HUL 27
December 8Joseph CookEvans School of Public Policy & GovernanceAre Behavioral Nudges Moral Taxes? Evidence from a
Field Experiment on Water Conservation
3:10 - 4:30
HUL 27
December 9John StrandholmWSUSpillover Effects of Green Technology Investment in the Face of Entry3:10 - 4:30
HUL 27
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DateNameAffiliationSeminar TitleTime & Place
January 13Salma KhalidUniversity of MichiganImage Motivation and the Willingness to Pay for Preventative Health Care Products: The Impact of Conformity and Status Seeking3:30–5:00
Allen 301
January 17K. Aleks SchaeferUniversity of California–DavisAnti-Malarial Biotechnology, Drug Resistance, and the Dynamics of Disease Management3:30–5:00
Allen 301
January 19Shanthi ManianUniversity of California–San DiegoHealth Certification in the Market for Sex Work: A Field Experiment in Dakar, Senegal3:30–5:00
Allen 301
January 23Khushbu MishraOhio State UniversityYou are Approved! Insured Loans Improve Credit Access and Technology Adoption of Ghanaian Farmers3:30–5:00
Allen 301
February 3Ethan SpanglerWashington State UniversityAllies with Benefits: US Effect on European Demand for Military Expenditures3:10–4:30
HUL 27
February 17Bryan Leonard Arizona State UniversityCollective Action by Contract: Prior Appropriation and the Development of Irrigation in the Western United States3:10–4:30
HUL 27
February 24 Jukwan LeeWashington State UniversityModeling Inattentive Consumer’s Behavior under Nonlinear Pricing in Residential Water3:10–4:30
HUL 27
March 3Mike McCulloughCal PolyBeer and the US Dietary Guidelines: What is Healthful Consumption?3:10–4:30
HUL 27
March 10Kiana YektansaniWashington State UniversityWelfare Implications of Environmental Policy; when consumers are Environmentally Conscious and have Future Considerations3:10–4:30
HUL 27
March 232017 Leigh Lecture

Edward Prescott

2004 Nobel Laureate
Arizona State UniversityCurrent State of the U.S. Economy7:30–9:30
CUE 203
March 24Edward PrescottArizona State UniversityFiat Value in the Theory of Value3:10–4:30
BLS 402
March 31Boris HouenouWashington State UniversityHealth-Income Gradient: A New Evidence from Kenya3:10–4:30
HUL 27
April 7Joshua MillerBocconi UniversitySurprised by the Hot Hand Fallacy? A Truth in the Law of Small Numbers3:10–4:30
HUL 27
April 14Camelia BejanUniversity of Washington - BothellOn the Shareholder vs Stakeholder Debate3:10–4:30
HUL 27
April 21 Research Symposium in honor of Richard ShumwayGeorge Davis

Virginia Tech UniversityEstimating Dual-Headed Time in Food Production with Implications for SNAP Benefits9:00–10:10
PACCAR 201
Lilyan Fulginiti

University of NebraskaHicks Marginal Valuations and Inverse Supplies10:10–11:10
PACCAR 201
Chris McIntoshUniversity of Idaho On the Economics of Tuber-Necrotic Potato Diseases, Challenges for Production, and Seed Certification11:20–12:20
PACCAR 201
Spiro Stefanou
University of Florida
The Good, the Bad, and the Socially Responsible: A Production Analytic Framework1:30–2:30
PACCAR 201
Tristan Skolrud
University of SaskatchewanThe Canadian Carbon Tax: Assessing the Potential for Efficient GHG Regulation in Agriculture2:30–3:30
PACCAR 201
Tom Marsh

Washington State UniversityTrade Costs of Pests and Pathogens: FMD & Livestock Exports3:45–4:45
PACCAR 201
April 28Hanming Fang University of PennsylvaniaMothers' Employment, Parental Absence and Children's Educational Gender Gap3:10–4:30
HUL 27
Washington State University