Recruiting Seminar Series - Spring 2022

Usual time and place: 11:30am - 1:00pm on Weekdays in Social Sciences 113.
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01/10/2022
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Michael Pollmann  (Stanford)
Causal Inference for Spatial Treatments
01/11/2022
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Kirill Ponomarev  (UCLA)
Efficient Estimation of Directionally Differentiable Functionals
01/13/2022
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Jamie Fogel  (Michigan)
What is a Labor Market? Classifying Workers and Jobs Using Network Theory
01/14/2022
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Anna Bykhovskaya  (Wisconsin)
Cointegration In Large Vars
01/18/2022
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Pauline Corblet  (Sciences Po)
Education Expansion, Sorting, and the Decreasing Education Wage Premium
01/19/2022
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Adam Lee  (Pompeu Fabra)
Robust and Efficient Inference for Non-regular Semiparametric Models
01/20/2022
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Mayara Felix  (MIT)
Trade, Labor Market Concentration, and Wages
01/21/2022
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Max Cytrynbaum  (MIT)
Designing Representative and Balanced Experiments by Local Randomization
01/24/2022
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Federico Huneeus  (Princeton)
Earnings Inequality in Production Networks
01/25/2022
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Ben Vatter  (Northwestern)
Quality Disclosure and Regulation: Scoring Design in Medicare Advantage
01/28/2022
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Fernanda Rojas-Ampuero  (UCLA)
Sent Away: The Long-Term Effects of Slum Clearance on Children and Families
01/31/2022
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Arkadev Ghosh  (UBC)
Religious Divisions and Production Technology: Experimental Evidence from India
02/02/2022
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Hao Ma  (Lugano)
Conditional Latent Factor Models Via Econometrics-Based Neural Networks
02/03/2022
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Chukwuma Dim  (Frankfurt)
Should Retail Investors Listen to Social Media Analysts? Evidence from Text-Implied Beliefs
02/04/2022
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Kristy Jansen  (Tilburg)
Long-term Investors, Demand Shifts, and Yields
02/11/2022
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Modibo Camara  (Northwestern)
Computationally Tractable Choice


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