Public and IO Seminar Series - Fall 2019

Usual time and place: 3:30pm - 5:00pm on Tuesday in Social Sciences 113.
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Stephen Ryan (at UNC - not Duke IO Talk)  (Wash U)
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Kei Kawai  (UC Berkeley)
Using Bid Rotation and Incumbency Patterns to Detect Collusion
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Isaac Sorkin  (Stanford University)
"Granular Search, Market Structure, and Wages" (joint with Gregor Jarosch and Jan Sebastian Nimczik)
Joint with Labor and Development.
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences 111 at 3:15pm on Wednesday.
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Emily Nix  (USC)
What Causes the Child Penalty and How Can It Be Reduced? Evidence from Same-Sex Couples and Policy Reforms
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Karam Kang  (Carnegie Mellon University)
Please note this seminar will take place at UNC
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John Kolstad (at UNC - not Duke IO Talk)  (Berkeley)
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Mike Sinkinson  (Yale University)
"Common Ownership in America: 1980-2017; and Testing for Common Ownership (joint with Matthew Backus and Christopher Conlon)"
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Mark Pauly (at UNC - not Duke IO Talk)  (Penn)
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Jorge Balat  (U Texas)
Heterogeneous Firms: Skilled-Labor Productivity and Export Destinations
Joint with International Trade.
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Ashley Swanson  (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania)
Please note seminar will take place at UNC
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Lee Lockwood  
Anti Insurance: The Perverse Targeting of Health Insurance
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Pietro Tebaldi [RESCHEDULED FOR APRIL 15, 2020]  (University of Chicago)
Please note this seminar will take place at UNC
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Terry Moon  (University of British Columbia)
Capital Gains Taxes and Real Corporate Investment
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Isaac Mbiti  (University of Virginia)
The Apprenticeship-to-Work Transition: Experimental Evidence from Ghana
Joint with Public Policy.
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Jeremy Fox  (Rice)
Heterogenous Production Functions, Panel Data, and Productivity Dispersion (with V. Hadad, S. Hoderlein, A. Petrin and R. Sherman)
Joint with Econometrics.
Note: Seminar will be in Social Sciences room 113 at 3:30pm on Thursday.

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