Seminars – Academic Year 2018


Contact:  Bidisha Mandal

Travel InstructionsItinerary Form

DateNameAffiliationSeminar TitleTime & Place
January 19 Rui LuoWashington State UniversityCorporate Investment, Financial Policies and Managerial Inconsistent Time Preference3:05 - 4:10
Hulbert 27
January 26 Yeon HongWashington State UniversityThe Effect of Religion on Meat Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions3:00 - 4:10
Hulbert 27
February 2Zhigang FengUniversity of Nebraska-OmahaImperfectly-Tradable Health and the Provision of mployment-based Health Insurance3:00 - 4:10
Hulbert 27
February 9Alex MaasUniversity of IdahoDistributing Wealth to the Wealthy: A Parking Story3:00 - 4:10
Hulbert 27
February 16 Joe CookWashington State UniversityHappy collecting water? Measuring time use and affect among water carriers in rural Kenya using the Experience Sampling Method3:00 - 4:10
Hulbert 27
February 23Shanthi ManianWashington State UniversityDiscrimination from Below: Experimental Evidence on Female Leadership in Ethiopia3:00 - 4:10
Hulbert 27
March 1Chih Ming Tan

University of North DakotaThe Effects of Prenatal Exposure to Temperature Extremes on Birth Outcomes: The Case of China2:00-3:15
BLS 402
March 9 Tim Kohler and Laura EllysonWashington State University, Department of AnthropologyDeriving Wealth Inequality from House-Size Distributions: Exploratory Applications from Archaeology3:00 - 4:10
Hulbert 27
March 30Anton BekkermanMontana State UniversityThe Role of Spatial Density and Technological Investment on Optimal Pricing Strategies
in the Grain Handling Industry
3:00 - 4:10
Hulbert 27
April 6Sharon ShewmakeWestern Washington UniversityThe Impact of High Occupancy Vehicle Lanes on Vehicle Miles Traveled3:00 - 4:10
Hulbert 27
April 11Catherine KlingIowa State UniversityUniversity of Idaho, UI CALS Dean’s Excellence Seminar
April 13Dr. Eric MaskinHarvard UniversityElections and Strategic Voting:Condorcet and Borda

How to Improve Presidential Elections
Dept. Talk
11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Leigh Lecture
4:10 - 5:30 CUE 203
April 20 Akira SasaharaUniversity of IdahoThe 'China Shock', Exports and U.S. Employment: A Global Input-Output Analysis
3:00 - 4:10
Hulbert 27
April 27Thomas ReardonMichigan State University; Agricultural, Food, Resource EconomicsSudden Food Systems Transformation in Africa and Asia3:30-4:30
AgSci 62, University of Idaho
Past Seminars
Alumni Event & Colloquium
April 13, 2018 Leigh Lecture – Pending
Washington State University