Public Lab Seminar Series - Spring 2019

Usual time and place: 11:45am - 1:00pm on Monday in 327 Social Sciences .
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Peter Christensen and Chris Timmins  
Housing Discrimination and the Pollution Exposure Gap in the United States
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Matthew Johnson  (Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy)
Improving Regulatory Effectiveness Through Better Targeting: Evidence from OSHA
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Chuhang Yin  
Long Term Neighborhood Effects of Exposure to Religious Diversity: Evidence from Scotland
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Sarah Komisarow  (Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy)
Community Monitoring and Crime: Evidence from Chicago’s Safe Passage Program
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Ranae Jabri  (Duke University)
The Effects of Predictive Policing Patrol
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Xian Jiang  (Duke University)
Multi-unit firms and knowledge diffusion
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Wen Wang  (Duke University)
Gentrification and Residential Sorting: Reasons for Displacement and Environmental Injustice in Los Angeles
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Daniel Garrett  (Duke University)
Tax Incidence in the Market for Medical Devices
Chelsea Garber "Do Bank Assessment Areas Matter"
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Jonathan Moreno  (Duke University)
Crime News and Housing Markets
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Triangle Applied Micro Conference  
Joint with Labor and Development, Labor Lunch, International Population, Health and Development, Public/IO Lunch, Development Reading Group, Public and IO, Special Events & Conferences.
Note: Seminar will be in Room 04 (Sanford) at 9:00am on Friday.

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