Fall Seminars 2015

Seminars Series - Fall 2015

The seminars will be held in the Seminary Hall at Santa Teresa Campus at 12:00hrs.


August 21

(16 hrs, Sala Isoptica A, Sta. Teresa)

Soohyung Lee

Maryland U"All or Nothing? The Impact of School and Classroom Gender Composition on Effort and Academic Achievement"

August 28

Daniel Friedman   

UC at Santa Cruz"Emergence of Market Institutions in a Large Virtual Economy"

September 4

Fuhito KojimaStanford University"Stability Concepts in Matching Under Distributional Constraints"

September 11

Uktu UnverBoston College"Lung Exchange"
 September 18Marina AgranovCaltech"Collusion through Communication in Auctions"

September 25

Lei Fang Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

“Expenditure vs. Time Across Households and Across Decades”


October 2

Benjamin Feigenberg

University of Illinois at Chicago

"Priced Out: Aggregate Income Shocks and School Pricing in the Chilean Voucher Market"

 October 9

Thibault Fally

UC at Berkeley

"Firm Heterogeneity in Consumption Baskets: Evidence from Home and Store Scanner Data".


October 16

P.J. HealyOhio State University"Epistemic Foundations for the Failure of Nash Equilibrium"

October 23

Attila Ambrus

Duke University"Social Investments, Informal Risk Sharing, and Inequality""

October 30

Szilvia Papai

Concordia University

"Circulation under Responsive Preferences"

November 6

Collin Raymond

Amherst College

"Group-Shift and the Consensus Effect"


November 10

(5pm, Sala Isoptica A, Sta Teresa)

Sanjeev Goyal

 "Networks, Markets and Inequality"

November 20

Daniel Yi Xu

Duke University"Two Sided Search and International Buyer-Seller Matches" 

November 27



December 4

Rahul DebUniversity of Toronto"Optimal Adaptive Testing: Informativeness and Incentives"



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