Public and IO Seminar Series - Spring 2019

Usual time and place: 3:15pm - 4:45pm on Tuesday in Social Sciences 111.
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01/11/2019
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Winnie van Dijk  (University of Chicago)
The socio-economic consequences of housing assistance
Joint with Recruiting.
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 113 at 11:30am on Friday.
01/25/2019
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Shoshana Vasserman  (Harvard)
Scaling Auctions as Insurance: A Case Study in Infrastructure Procurement
Joint with Recruiting.
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 111 at 11:30am on Friday.
02/06/2019
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Claudia Robles-Garcia  (LSE)
Competition and Incentives in Mortgage Markets: The Role of Brokers
Joint with Recruiting.
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 111 at 11:30am on Wednesday.
02/19/2019
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Robert Moffitt  (Johns Hopkins University)
The Marginal Labor Supply Disincentives of Welfare Reforms
Joint with Labor and Development, ERID Seminars and Workshops.
All meetings with Dr. Moffitt during his February 5 to March 22 visit to Duke should be arranged directly with him, via email.
02/26/2019
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Sandy Black  (UT Austin)
Poor Little Rich Kids? The Determinants of the Intergenerational Transmission of Wealth” (Joint work with Paul Devereux, Petter Lundborg, and Kaveh Majlesi)
02/28/2019
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Matt Shum  (Caltech)
Dynamic Labor Supply of Taxicab Drivers: a Semiparametric Optimal Stopping Model (joint with N. Buchholz and H. Xu)
Joint with Econometrics.
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences room 113 at 3:30pm on Thursday.
03/20/2019
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Magne Mogstad  (Chicago)
Imperfect Competition, Compensating Differentials and Rent Sharing in the U.S. Labor Market (joint with T. Lamadon and B. Setzler)
Joint with Labor and Development, ERID Seminars and Workshops.
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 111 at 3:15pm on Wednesday.
04/02/2019
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Joana Naritomi  (LSE)
Welfare Programs and Formal Labor Markets in Middle-Income Countries: Evidence from Conditional Cash Transfer in Brazil (with François Gerard and Joana Silva)
04/03/2019
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Leemore Dafny  (Harvard Business School)
Note: Seminar will be in UNC (with meetings at Duke on April 2nd) at 3:15pm on Wednesday.
04/05/2019
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Duke/UNC IO Conference - April 5-6  
Ben Handel (Berkeley) John Asker (UCLA) Robin Lee (Harvard) JP Dube (Chicago) Natalie Cox (Princeton) Simon Board (UCLA) Alessandro Pavan (Northwestern) Jidong Zhou (Yale, SOM) Marina Halac (Yale, Econ) Laura Doval (Cal Tech)
Note: Seminar will be in Kenan Flagler at 3:15pm on Friday.
04/16/2019
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John Van Reenen  (MIT)
The Fall of the Labor Share and the Rise of Superstar Firms
Joint with Labor and Development, All Applied Micro.
04/24/2019
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Brad Shapiro @ UNC (Re-scheduled from Fall 2018)  
Note: Seminar will be in UNC at 3:30pm on Wednesday.
04/26/2019
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Triangle Applied Micro Conference  
Joint with Labor and Development, Public Lab, Public/IO Lunch, Labor Lunch, International Population, Health and Development, Development Reading Group, Special Events & Conferences.
Note: Seminar will be in Room 04 (Sanford) at 9:00am on Friday.
04/30/2019
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Leah Boustan  (Princeton)
The Intergenerational Effects of a Large Wealth Shock: White Southerners After the Civil War
Joint with Labor and Development.
05/01/2019
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Dave Donaldson  (MIT)
The Bigger the Better? Using Lotteries to Identify the Allocative Efficiency Effects of Firm Size (with Paul Carrillo (GWU), Dina Pomeranz (Zurich), and Monica Singhal (UC Davis))
Joint with Labor and Development.
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 111 at 3:15pm on Wednesday.
05/03/2019
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ERID mini-conference of Firm, Industry, Trade Dynamics  
Program
Joint with ERID Seminars and Workshops, Macro.
Note: Seminar will be in 218 Perkins Library at 8:15am on Friday.


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