Seminars, Proseminars and Lunches for the Week of Oct 17th 2021


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10/18/2021
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Jianqing Fan  (Princeton / SoFiE seminar)
"How and When are High-Frequency Prices Predictable?"
Financial Econometrics Lunch Group Seminar is on Monday at 11:00am.
10/18/2021
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Anna Ziff/Riley League  
Public Lab Seminar is on Monday at 11:45am.
10/18/2021
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Faruk Gul  (Princeton)
Lindahl Equilibrium as a Collective Choice Rule
Microeconomic Theory Seminar is on Monday at 3:30pm.
10/19/2021
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Taishi Sassano  (Duke)
Optimal Stopping under Capacity Constrained Information Acquisition
Economics Theory Lunch Seminar is on Tuesday at 11:45am.
10/19/2021
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Damien Kim  
The Effects of Conflict Termination on Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from Aceh Insurgency 1999-2005
Labor Lunch Seminar is on Tuesday at 11:45am.
10/19/2021
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Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan  (University of Maryland)
Risk-Taking and Monetary Policy Transmission: Evidence from Loans to SMEs and Large Firms
Macro, International Trade Seminar is on Tuesday at 1:25pm.
10/20/2021
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Kelly Yang  (Duke University)
Public/IO Lunch Seminar is on Wednesday at 11:45am.
10/20/2021
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Limor Golan  (WUSTL)
Estimating a Life-Cycle Generalized Roy Model of Pay and Task Assignment: Compensating Differentials, Discrimination, and Racial Gaps (joint with J. James and C. Sanders)
Labor and Development Seminar is on Wednesday at 3:15pm.
10/21/2021
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Ellis Monk  (Harvard University)
Inequality without Groups
Duke University Population Research Institute Seminar is on Thursday at 3:30pm.
10/21/2021
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Vasilis Gkatzelis  
Deterministic Budget-Feasible Clock Auctions
CS-ECON Seminar is on Thursday at 12:00pm.
Contact Jennifer Schmidt (jschmidt at cs.duke.edu) to request Zoom link.
10/22/2021
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Luke Fesko  (Duke #GoBucks)
Something I've Been Working On - TBD
International Population, Health and Development Seminar is on Friday at 12:00pm.
10/22/2021
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Muyang Ren  
Testing the homogeneity of the marginal state distribution in dynamic discrete games
Microeconometrics Breakfast Seminar is on Friday at 10:00am.
10/22/2021
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Keith Jakee  (HOPE Center Fellow and Florida Atlantic University)
"Anticipating 'The Limits of Liberty': Social (Dis)Order in James Buchanan’s Analysis of Academia"
History of Political Economy Lunch Seminar is on Friday at 12:00pm.