2019

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Department seminar. Andrew Bernard is a Professor at Dartmouth. He will present a paper entitled "Heterogeneous Globalization: Offshoring and Reorganization", co-authored by Teresa Fort, Valerie Smeets, and Frederic Warzynski.

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Department seminar. Anne Gielen is an Associate Professor at Erasmus School of Economics, Rotterdam. She will present a paper entitled "Intergenerational Spillovers in Disability Insurance", co-authored by Gordon B. Dahl.

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Department seminar. Asher Wolinsky is a Professor at Northwestern University. He will present a paper entitled "Auctions with bidder recruitment"

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Department seminar. Christopher Walters is an Associate Professor at University of California, Berkeley. He will present a paper entitled "Monitoring discrimination with experimental audits: some possibility results" co-authored with Patrick Kline.

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Department seminar. Francesco Trebbi is a Professor of Economics at the University of British Columbia. He will present a paper entitled "Making policies matter: Voter responses to campaign promises" co-authored with Cesi Cruz, Philip Keefer, and Julien Labonne.

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Department seminar. Frikk Nesje is a PhD student at UiO and Research fellow at the University of Heidelberg. He will present a paper entitled "Cross-dynastic Intergenerational Altruism".

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Department seminar. Gabriel Carroll is an Assistant Professor in Department of Economics, Stanford University. He will present a paper entitled "Information Games and Robust Trading Mechanisms".

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Department seminar. Gaurab Aryal is an assistant Professor at the University of Virginia. He will present a paper entitled "Coordinated Capacity Reductions and Public Communication in the Airline Industry", co-authored by Federico Cilibertoz and Benjamin T. Leyden.

Last modified June 6, 2019 3:16 PM by Leiva Vernengo

Department seminar. Herman Kruse is a PhD student at Department of Economics, UiO. He will present a paper entitled "Joint Retirement in Couples Evidence of Asymmetric Complementarity in Leisure"

Last modified June 11, 2019 1:41 PM by Leiva Vernengo

Department seminar. Jeremy McCauley recently finished his PhD in Economics at University College London and he will be joining the University of Bristol as a lecturer . He will present a paper entitled "The Role of Information in Explaining the Lack of Welfare-Induced Migration".

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Department seminar. Juan Carlos Suárez Serrato is an Assistant Professor at Duke University. He will present a paper entitled "Tax Policy and Lumpy Investment Behavior: Evidence from China's VAT Reform", co-authored by Zhao Chen, Xian Jiang, Zhikuo Liu, and Daniel Yi Xu.

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Department seminar. Larry Karp is a Professor at University of California, Berkeley. He will present a paper entitled "Sober optimism and the formation of international environmental agreements", co-authored by Hiroaki Sakamoto.

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Department seminar. Leeat Yariv is a Professor at Princeton University. She will present a paper entitled "Optimal Dynamic Matching" co-authored by Mariagiovanna Baccara and  SangMok Lee.

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Department seminar. Ludwig Straub is a post-doctoral fellow in economics at Harvard. He will present a paper entitled "Investment, heterogeneity, inattention".

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Department seminar. Marc-Andreas Muendler is a Professor at University of California, San Diego (UC San Diego). He will present a paper entitled "Tasks, Occupations, and Wage Inequality in an Open Economy", co-authored by S. Becker, H. Egger and M. Koch.

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Department seminar. María Sáez Martí is senior lecturer at Yale. She will present a paper entitled "Give me a break".

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Department seminar. Martin E. Andresen is a research economist at Statistics Norway. He will present a paper entitled "What Causes the Child Penalty? Evidence from Same Sex Couples and Policy Reforms", co-authored by Emily Nix.

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Department seminar. Mikkel Høst Gandil is a PhD student in economics at University of Copenhagen. He will present a paper entitled "Defying Attendance Boundary Policies and the Limits to Combating School Segregation"

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Department seminar. Ole-Andreas Elvik Næss is a PhD Candidate at NHH. He will present a paper entitled "Unbiased Treatment Effects with Interference: Theory and Evidence from a Large-Scale Voting Experiment".

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Department seminar. Paula Bustos is an Associate Professor at CEMFI. She will present a paper entitled "Structural Transformation, Industrial Specialization, and Endogenous Growth", co-authored by Juan Manuel Castro Vincenzi, Joan Monras, and Jacopo Ponticelli.

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Department seminar. Pete Klenow is a Professor at Stanford University. He will present a paper entitled "A Theory of Falling Growthand Rising Rents" co-authored by Philippe Aghion, Antonin Bergeaud, Timo Boppart, and Huiyu Li.

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Department seminar. Stefania Garetto is an Assistant Professor at Boston University. She will present a paper entitled "Multinational Expansion in Time and Space".

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Department seminar. Thierry Mayer is a Professor at Sciences Po. He will present a paper entitled "Poor Substitutes? Counterfactual methods in IO and Trade compared", co-authored by Keith Head.