MEPS (Micro-Economic Policy Seminar) has upcoming research seminars – all are welcome!
Spring 2019 Seminars will be, unless otherwise indicated, every Tuesday at 11-12:15, in Founders Hall 479.
January 22: Carlos Ramirez (George Mason University, Economics) “The Real Effects of Liquidity: Evidence from a Quasi-Natural Experiment in Puerto Rico”
January 29: Sebastian Galiani (University of Maryland) “Persuasion by Populist Propaganda: Individual Level Evidence from the 2015 Argentine Ballotage”
February 5: Ritam Chaurey (Johns Hopkins University, SAIS) “Creditor Rights, Threat or Liquidation, and the Labor-Capital Choice of Firms”
February 12: Chris J. Kennedy (George Mason University, Environmental Science and Policy) “Natural resources and environmental change: interactions with management institutions drive alternative stable equilibria”
February 19: Tom DeLeire (Georgetown University) “How Do Low-Income Enrollees in the Affordable Care Act Exchanges Respond to Cost-Sharing?”
March 5: Jessica Leight (American University) “Exporting out of Agriculture: The Impact of WTO Accession on Structural Transformation in China”
March 12: Spring Break
March 19: Filipe Campante (Johns Hopkins University, Economics) “Mobile Phones, Social Media, and the Behavior of Politicians: Evidence from Brazil”
April 9: Dan Ringo (Federal Reserve Board) “The Propagation of Demand Shocks Through Housing Markets”
April 16: John Sabelhaus (Federal Reserve Board) “Lifecycle Dynamics of Saving and Wealth Accumulation”
April 23: Dan Cao (Georgetown University) “Firm Growth through New Establishments”
April 30: Natalia Radchenko (American University) “Title – TBD”
April 30: Yoonha Kim (Georgetown University) “Preference vs Constraints: the Generational Transmission of Immigrant Entrepreneurship”
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