Seminars, Proseminars and Lunches for the Week of Oct 16th 2022


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10/17/2022
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Yi Chen  (Cornell - Johnson)
Strategic Experimentation, Enforcement Transparency, and Reputation
Microeconomic Theory Seminar is on Monday at 3:30pm.
10/17/2022
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RESTUD 2022 North American Tour  
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Special Events & Conferences, Public and IO, Econometrics, International Trade, Labor and Development, Macro, Microeconomic Theory, ERID Seminars and Workshops Seminar is on Monday at 8:30am.
10/18/2022
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David Shin  
Macro Breakfast Seminar is on Tuesday at 8:45am.
10/18/2022
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Alison Pei  
Labor Lunch, Public Lab Seminar is on Tuesday at 11:45am.
10/18/2022
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Loukas Karabarbounis  (University of Minnesota)
Minimum Wages and Labor Markets in the Twin Cities
Macro Seminar is on Tuesday at 1:25pm.
10/18/2022
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Steve Mello  (Dartmouth)
Title: Should the punishment fit the crime? Discretion and deterrence in law enforcement
Public and IO Seminar is on Tuesday at 3:30pm.
10/19/2022
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Sebastian Otero  (Columbia)
Affirmative Action in Centralized College Admission Systems: Evidence from Brazil
Labor and Development Seminar is on Wednesday at 3:15pm.
10/20/2022
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Brielle Bryan  (Rice University)
Maternal Wealth Implications of Child Incarceration
Duke University Population Research Institute Seminar is on Thursday at 3:30pm.
10/20/2022
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Michelle Marcus  (Vanderbilt)
Uncharted Waters: Effects of Maritime Emission Regulation
Triangle Resources and Environmental Economics Seminar is on Thursday at 3:00pm.
10/20/2022
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Ashesh Rambachan  (Microsoft Research)
Identifying Prediction Mistakes in Observational Data
Econometrics Seminar is on Thursday at 3:30pm.
10/21/2022
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Mini-Trade Day: Esteban Rossi-Hansburg/Adrien Bilal  (Chicago/Harvard)
International Trade Seminar is on Friday at 3:15pm.
10/21/2022
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Sung-Ju Wu  (Duke)
Investigating heterogeneous policy effects using causal forests
Microeconometrics Breakfast Seminar is on Friday at 10:00am.
10/21/2022
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Luke Fesko  
First Lead, Now No Bed? The Unintended Impacts of Lead Abatement Laws on Eviction
International Population, Health and Development, Practice Job Talk Seminar is on Friday at 12:00pm.
Howdy everybody! I'm switching up my JMP and using a more complete paper instead, so if you want to see my job talk round 2 it'll be at this time!