Labor and Development Seminar Series - Fall 2022

Usual time and place: 3:15pm - 4:45pm on Wednesday in Social Sciences 111.
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Sean Higgins  (Northwestern University)
Why are small businesses slow to adopt profitable opportunities?
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Mitch Hoffman  (Toronto Rotman)
Increasing the Demand for Workers with a Criminal Record (joint with Z. Cullen and W. Dobbie)
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Linh Tô  (Boston University)
Wage Differentials and the Price of Workplace Flexibility (with Marshall Drake and Neil Thakral)
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Jeremy Lise  (University of Minnesota)
Production, Amenities and Search Frictions with Two Sided Heterogeneity (with Thibaut Lamadon, Costas Meghir and Jean-Marc Robin)
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Chris Flinn  (NYU)
Firms' Choices of Wage-Setting Protocols (with Jo Mullins)
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Yifan Gong  (UNL)
The Consumption Value of College (joint with L. Lochner, T. Stinebrickner and R. Stinebrickner)
Dinner will take place the day before the seminar (Tuesday Oct. 11)
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RESTUD 2022 North American Tour
Joint with Special Events & Conferences, International Trade, Microeconomic Theory, Public and IO, Econometrics, Macro, ERID Seminars and Workshops.
Note: Seminar will be in Rubenstein 153 at 8:30am on Monday.
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Sebastian Otero  (Columbia)
Affirmative Action in Centralized College Admission Systems: Evidence from Brazil
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Matthew Lilley  (ANU and Duke)
The Long Run Effects of Right to Work Laws
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Shaoda Wang  (Chicago Harris)
Judicial Independence, Local Protectionism, and Economic Integration: Evidence from China
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Suphanit Piyapromdee  (UCL)
The Minimum Wage Effects on Earnings and Sorting: A Wage-Mobility Discrete Type Approach (joint with T. Tawichsri and N. Wasi)
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Tomas Larroucau  (Arizona State)
Dynamic College Admissions
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Ronni Pavan  (Rochester)
College Majors and Wage Growth (with W. Choi, J. Kinsler, and A. Orellana)
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Ted Miguel  (Berkeley)
Donor contracting conditions and public procurement: Causal evidence from Kenyan electrification

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