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Past Seminars

5/3/2013
Olena Mykhaylova

Olena Mykhaylova (University of Richmond)
Kenyon Hall 131
10:30 am

4/10/2013
Some Effects of Unconventional Monetary Policy

Jane Ihrig (Federal Reserve Board of Governors)
Kenyon Hall 132
3pm

3/29/2013
Cycling to School: Increasing High School Enrollment for Girls in India

Nishith Prakask (University of Connecticutt)
Kenyon Hall 131
10:30 am

11/30/2012
Ariel Ben Yishay

Ariel Ben Yishay (University of New South Wales)
Kenyon Hall 132
10:30 am

11/2/2012
Chen Zhao

Chen Zhao (Cornell)
Kenyon Hall 132
10:30 am

10/26/2012
Victor Matheson

Victor Matheson (College of the Holy Cross)
Kenyon Hall 132
noon

4/23/2012
Title: tba

Emily Connover (Hamilton College)
Kenyon 131
3:30pm

4/16/2012
Rubble Women: The Long-Term Effects of Postwar Reconstruction on Female Labor Market Outcomes

Melanie Khamis (Wesleyan University)
Kenyon 131
3:30pm

4/2/2012
Current Account Reversals and Structural Change in Developing and Industrialized Countries

Bill Craighead (Wesleyan University)
Kenyon 131
3:30pm

3/26/2012
School Segregation and the Identification of Tipping Points

Gregorio Caetano (Rochester University)
Kenyon 131
3:30pm

2/27/2012
Temporary Performance Pay and Worker Motivation: Evidence from a Natural Field Experiment

David Huffman (Swarthmore College)
Kenyon 132
3:30pm

2/13/2012
Economics of Crime (Violence and Prohibition)

Emily Owens (Cornell University)
Kenyon 132
3:30pm

12/5/2011
Descent of Economics Within the American Liberal Education

Hamid Azari (SUNY New Paltz)
KH132
4:30pm

11/9/2011
Challenges in identifying the causes of rapidly rising health care spending

Ana Aizcorba (U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis)
Taylor Hall 203
7:30pm

10/24/2011
Immigrant Networks and the Take-up of Disability Programs: Evidence from U.S. Census Data

Delia Furtado (University of Connecticut)
4:30pm

10/10/2011
Cherry-Picking Winners or Aiding the Distressed? Anatomy of a fiscal crisis intervention

Suparna Chakraborty (Baruch College)
4:30pm

9/19/2011
The Interplay Between Student Loans and Credit Cards and Amplification of Consumer Default

Felicia Ionescu (Colgate University)
4:30pm

4/29/2011
Selection into Skill Accumulation: Evidence using Observational and Experimental Data

Subha Mani (Fordham University)

4/11/2011
What's In A Name? First Estimates of Trademark Value Using Renewal Data

Alan Marco (Washington & Lee University)

3/28/2011
The Interplay Between Different Types of Unsecured Credit and Amplification of Consumer Default

Felicia Ionescu (Colgate University)

2/17/2011
The Debt Crisis in the European Union

Roisin O'Sullivan (Smith College)
Sanders Auditorium (campus wide)

11/22/2010
Workup: How Privately Informed Traders (Should) Negotiate over Quantity

Romans Pancs (University of Rochester)
KH132

11/12/2010
Better Living Through Economics

John Siegfried (Vanderbilt University)
Blodgett Auditorium (campus wide)

10/25/2010
Are all Trade Protection Policies Created Equal? Empirical Evidence for Nonequivalent Market Power Effects of Tariffs and Quitas

Justin Pierce (U.S. Census Bureau’s Center for Economic Studies)
KH132

10/11/2010
Why do Institutions of Higher Learning Reward Research while Selling Education?

Dahlia Remler (Baruch College)
KH132

5/3/2010
Katherine Schmeiser (Mt. Holyoke)

Kenyon, 132

4/26/2010
Tsu-Yu Tsao (Bard College)

Kenyon, 132
4:30-6:00pm

4/19/2010
Liliana Sousa (Cornell University)

Kenyon, 132
4:30-6:00pm

4/7/2010
Claude Henry (Columbia University)

Kenyon, 132

3/26/2010
Sami Alpanda (Amherst College)

Kenyon, 132
10:30am-12:00pm

2/22/2010
Robert Rebelein (Vassar College)

Kenyon, 132
4:30-6:30pm