Microeconometrics Breakfast Seminar Series - Fall 2017

Usual time and place: 10:00am - 11:00am on Friday in Soc Sci 113.
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Beginning of the year orientation meeting  
Note: Seminar will be in Soc Sci 111 at 10:00am on Friday.
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Microeconometrics class of 2017 conference  
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Joint with Econometrics, Special Events & Conferences.
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences room 113 at 9:00am on Friday.
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Federico Bugni  (Duke)
On the sequential estimation of dynamic discrete games (joint with J. Bunting)
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Takuya Ura  (UC Davis)
Inference for moments of ratios with robustness against large trimming bias and unknown convergence rate
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Yanyou Chen  (Duke)
Mullainathan and Spiess (2017) "Machine learning: An applied econometric approach'', The Journal of Economic Perspectives
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Andrii Babii  (UNC)
Is completeness necessary? Estimation in non-identified linear models
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Adam Rosen  (Duke)
Hartford et al (2017) "Deep IV: A flexible approach for counterfactual prediction", Proceedings of the 34th International Conference on Machine Learning
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Zhao Liu  (Duke)
Wager and Athey (2017) "Estimation and inference of heterogeneous treatment effects using random forests'', The Journal of the American Statistical Association
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Yingying Li  (HKUST, ERID Visitor)
Approaching Mean-Variance Efficiency for Large Portfolios
Joint with ERID.
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Ben Heebsh  (Duke)
Bonhomme, Lamadon, and Manresa (2017) "Discretizing unobserved heterogeneity''
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Triangle Econometrics Conference  
Conference Program
Joint with Econometrics.
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences room 113 at 8:30am on Friday.

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