Seminars, Proseminars and Lunches for the Week of Oct 14th 2018


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10/15/2018
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Laurel Wheeler  (Practice JMT)
Property Rights, Place-Based Policies, and Economic Development
Financial Econometrics Lunch Group, Practice Job Talk Seminar will be in Social Sciences 111 at 11:30am on Monday.
10/15/2018
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Bruno Julien  (TSE)
Privacy Protection and Consumer Retention
Microeconomic Theory Seminar will be in Gardner 211 (UNC) at 3:30pm on Monday.
10/15/2018
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Daniel Garrett  
Labor Market Effects of Capital Investment Incentives
Public Lab Seminar will be in Languages 207 at 3:00pm on Monday.
10/16/2018
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Mark Watson  (Princeton University)
International Long-run Growth Dynamics (work in progress) with Ulrich Müller and Jim Stock
Macro Seminar will be in Social Sciences 113 at 1:15pm on Tuesday.
10/16/2018
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Mengke Wang  (Practice JMT)
Altruism and Self-similarity: The role of beliefs in games of incomplete information with strategic substitutes
Economics Theory Lunch, Practice Job Talk Seminar will be in Social Sciences 113 at 11:30am on Tuesday.
10/17/2018
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Kate Maxwell Koegel  (Practice JMT)
Motherhood, Self-Employment, and the Cost of Flexibility
Practice Job Talk Seminar will be in Social Sciences 111 at 11:30am on Wednesday.
10/17/2018
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Mike Keane  (University of New South Wales)
"The Impact of Climate Change on U.S. Agriculture: The Roles of Adaptation Techniques and Emissions Reductions" and "Comparing Deep Neural Network and Econometric Approaches to Predicting the Impact of Climate Change on Agricultural Yield"
Labor and Development, Public and IO Seminar will be in Social Sciences 111 at 3:15pm on Wednesday.
10/18/2018
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Bentley Coffey  (University of South Carolina)
Triangle Resource and Environmental Economics Seminar will be in RTI International (room TBD) at 3:15pm on Thursday.
10/18/2018
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EunYi Chung  (UIUC)
Permutation Tests for Heterogeneous Treatment Effects
Econometrics Seminar will be in Social Sciences room 113 at 3:30pm on Thursday.
10/18/2018
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Owen Ozier  (World Bank, DECRG)
Gendered Language
Duke University Population Research Institute, Labor and Development Seminar will be in Gross Hall 270 at 3:30pm on Thursday.
10/19/2018
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Christina Laskaridis  (SOAS University of London)
'The IMF’s Debt Sustainability Assessment template and the making of a public tool'
History of Political Economy Lunch, History of Political Economy Workshop Seminar will be in Social Sciences 327 at 12:00pm on Friday.
10/19/2018
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Gabriel Cunha  (Duke University)
How do politicians get rich? Evidence from Brazil
International Population, Health and Development Seminar will be in Social Sciences 111 at 12:00pm on Friday.
10/19/2018
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Jackson Bunting  
Deriving Locally Robust Moment Conditions
Microeconometrics Breakfast Seminar will be in Soc Sci 113 at 10:00am on Friday.