Department seminar. Takuro Yamashita is an Assistant Professor at Toulouse School of Economics. He will present the paper: "Large mechanism design with moment-based allocation externality".
Department seminar. Water Bossert is a Professor of Economics, University of Montréal. He will present the paper: "Daunou’s voting rule and the lexicographic assignment of priorities". Co-authored by Salvador Barbera and Kotaro Suzumura.
Department seminar. Valerie Smeets is a professor at Aarhus University, Department of Economics and Business in Denmark. She will present the paper: "Multi-Product Firms, Import Competition, and the Evolution of Firm-product Technical Efficiencies". Co-authored by Emmanuel Dhyne, Amil Petrin and Frederic Warzynski.
Department seminar. Winnie van Dijk is a postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Chicago Becker Friedman Institute. She will present the paper: "The socio-economic consequences of housing assistance".
Department seminar. Hessel Oosterbeek is Professor of Economics at the University of Amsterdam. He will present the paper: "Elite schools harm marginal students and benefit high achievers: Evidence from admission lotteries". Co-authored by Nienke Ruijs and Inge de Wolf.
Department seminar. Christian Moser is an Assistant Professor within the Economics Division at Columbia Business School. He will present the paper: "The Gender Gap: Micro Sources and Macro Consequences". Co-authored by Iacopo Morchio.
Department seminar. David Weinstein is a Professor at Columbia University. He will present the paper: "The Impact of E-Commerce on Relative Prices and Consumer Welfare". Co-authored by Yoon J. Jo and Misaki Matsumura.
Department seminar. Mary Amiti is an Assistant Vice President at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. She will present the paper: "Dominant Currencies: How firms choose currency invoicing and why it matters?". Co-authored by Oleg Itskhoki and Jozef Konings.
Department seminar. Nicolas Coeurdacier is an Associate Professor of Economics at SciencesPo. He will present the paper: "Capital Flows in an Aging World". Co-authored by Z. Barany and S. Guibaud.
Department seminar. Eric Nævdal is a Senior Research Fellow at the Frisch Centre. He will present the paper: "The Effect Of Increased Productivity In The Management Of Renewable Resources – And Some Stuff You Didn't Know About The Ramsey–Cass–Koopmans Model"
Department seminar. Bas Jacobs is a Full Professor at Erasmus School of Economics. He will present his paper: "The Public Finance Approach to Optimal Stabilization Policy".
Department seminar. Martin Schmalz is an Associate Professor of Finance, Saïd Business School, at University of Oxford. He will present his paper: "Common-Ownership Concentration and Corporate Conduct".
Department seminar. Adrien Auclert is an Assistant Professor in the Stanford Economics Department. He will present the paper: "Demographics, Wealth and Interest Rates in the 21st Century". Co-authored by Hannes Malmberg, Frederic Martenet, and Matt Rognlie.
Department seminar. Abhijeet Singh is an Assistant Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics. He will present his paper: The Myths of Official Measurement: "Auditing and Improving Education Data in Developing Countries"
Department seminar. Luigi Bocola is an an Assistant Professor in the Stanford Economics Department. He will present the paper: "Imperfect Risk-Sharing And The Business Cycle", co-authored by David Berger and Alessandro Dovis.
Department seminar. Hanne Marit Dalen is a PhD candidate at the University of Oslo. She will present her thesis: "Is it the environmentalist talking?"
Department seminar. Hans Hvide is a Professor at the University of Bergen (UiB). He will present his paper: "Do Temporary Demand Shocks have Long-Term Effects for Startups?", which is co-authored by Tom G. Meling.
Department seminar. Esteban Rossi-Hansberg is a Professor in the Princeton Economics Department. He will present a paper entitled "Cognitive Hubs and Spatial Redistribution", co-authored by Pierre-Daniel Sarte and Felipe Schwartzman.
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"
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.
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".
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".
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".
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".
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.