Seminars, Proseminars and Lunches for the Week of Nov 15th 2020


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11/16/2020
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Dacheng Xiu  (University of Chicago)
“Inference on Risk Premia in Continuous-Time Asset Pricing Models"
Financial Econometrics Lunch Group Seminar will be in https://sofie.stern.nyu.edu/seminar at 11:00am on Monday.
11/16/2020
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Dirk Bergemann  (Yale University)
The Economics of Social Data
Microeconomic Theory Seminar will be in Zoom at 3:30pm on Monday.
11/16/2020
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Yuxuan He and Anna Ziff  
Public Lab Seminar will be in Zoom link: https://duke.zoom.us/j/91397427863 at 11:45am on Monday.
11/17/2020
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Paul Diegert  
Labor Lunch Seminar will be in Social Sciences 111 at 11:45am on Tuesday.
11/17/2020
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Pascual Restrepo  (Boston University)
Uneven Growth: Automation’s Impact on Income and Wealth Inequality
Macro Seminar will be in Zoom at 1:30pm on Tuesday.
11/18/2020
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Kelly Yang  (Duke)
Public/IO Lunch Seminar will be in Online - link distributed through the IO lunch mailing list at 11:45am on Wednesday.
11/18/2020
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[POSTPONED] Edwin Leuven  (University of Oslo)
College Admission Criteria (with Mikkel Gandil)
Labor and Development Seminar will be in Zoom seminar at 1:30pm on Wednesday.
Online (Zoom) seminar
11/19/2020
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Katherine von Graevenitz  (ZEW)
Triangle Resource and Environmental Economics Seminar will be in Virtual--click name for registration details at 3:00pm on Thursday.
11/19/2020
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Bob Hummer  (UNC)
Enduring Inequities: Racial/Ethnic Health Disparities among US Adults (With a Lagniappe on Add Health Data Availability and Future Plans)
Duke University Population Research Institute Seminar will be in ZOOM: https://duke.zoom.us/j/94628212228 at 3:30pm on Thursday.
11/20/2020
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Xinyue Bei  (Duke)
TBA
Microeconometrics Breakfast Seminar will be in Zoom (email matt.masten@duke.edu for link) at 10:00am on Friday.
11/20/2020
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Catherine Herfeld  (University of Zurich)
"How Academic Opinion Leaders Shape the Adoption of Scientific Ideas: Early Engagement with the ‘Theory of Games and Economic Behavior’ at the Cowles Commission, 1944-1955"
History of Political Economy Lunch Seminar will be in Online only at 12:00pm on Friday.