2019/2020 Academic year seminar series

Tuesday 08 October – Morten Saethre (NHH Norwegian School of Economics)

Seminar title: Quality Regulation and Competition: Evidence from Pharmaceutical Markets

Tuesday 15 October – Maija Halonen-Akatwijuka (Bristol)

Coordination of Public Good Provision

Tuesday 22 October – Rema Hanna (Harvard)

The Challenges of Universal Health Insurance in Developing Countries: Evidence from a Large-scale Randomized Experiment in Indonesia

Tuesday 29 October – Dan Zeltzer (Tel Aviv University School of Economics)

Drug Diffusion Through Peer Networks: The Influence of Industry Payments

Tuesday 12 November – Jan De Loecker (KU Leuven, NBER and CEPR)

Capital deepening or productivity growth

Thursday 14 November – Larry Kotlikoff (Boston University)

Making Carbon Taxation a Generational Win Win

Tuesday 03 December – Swati Dhingra (LSE)

Trade and Worker Deskilling

Tuesday 10 December – Paola Giuliano (UCLA, Anderson School of Management)

Diversity in Schools: Immigrants and the Educational Performance of Natives

VIA ZOOM:

Tuesday 31 March 2020 - Natalia Fabra (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)

Price Exposure and Market Power: Learning from Changes in Renewables Regulation

Tuesday 07 April 2020 - Sebastian Fleitas (KU Leuven)

Selection, Subsidies, and Welfare in Health Insurance: Employer Sponsored Health Insurance Versus the ACA Marketplaces

Tuesday 21 April 2020 - Patrick Coen (London School of Economics)

A structural model of interbank network formation and contagion

Tuesday 28 April 2020 - Francisco Ruiz (DeepMind)

Shopper: A Probabilistic Model of Consumer Choice with Substitutes and Complements

Tuesday 12 May 2020 - Jonathan Colmer (University of Virginia)

The Grandkids Aren't Alright: The Intergenerational Effects of Prenatal Pollution Exposure

Tuesday 19 May 2020 - Carlo Schwartz (Warwick)

Social Media and Election Outcomes: Evidence from the United States

Tuesday 26 May 2020 - Mark Shepard (Harvard University)

Automatic Enrollment in Health Insurance: Evidence and Policy Tradeoffs

Tuesday 02 June 2020 - Magne Mogstad (University of Chicago)

Inference for Ranks with Applications to Mobility across Neighborhoods and Academic Achievement across Countries