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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.
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.
ESOP seminar. Trond Vigtel is a PhD student at UiO and Ragnar Frisch Centre. He will present a paper entitled "Flexible Pensions and Labor Force Withdrawal".
Department seminar. Asher Wolinsky is a Professor at Northwestern University. He will present a paper entitled "Auctions with bidder recruitment"
ESOP seminar. Debraj Ray is a Professor of Economics at New York University. He will present a paper entitled "Games of love and hate", co-authored by Rajiv Vohra.
OFS seminar. Michael Lovenheim is a Professor of Economics, Industrial and Labor Relations, and Policy Analysis and Management and is Chair of the Economics Department at Cornell University. He will present a paper entitled "The Effect of State Funding for Postsecondary Education on Long-Run Student Outcomes", co-authored by Rajashri Chakrabarti and Nicole Gorton.
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.
Joint OFS and SSB seminar. Jarkko Harju is a senior researcher at the VATT Institute for Economic Research. Harju’s research is focused on empirical public economics with a particular focus on behavioral responses to income taxes and value added taxes. He will present “Do Payroll Taxes Turn Workers Into Machines?”
ESOP seminar. Peter Arcidiacono is a Professor of Economics at Duke University. He will present a paper entitled "Equilibrium Grade Inflation with Implications for Female Interest in STEM Majors", co-authored by Thomas Ahn, Amy Hopson and James Thomas.
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.
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.
M.Phil in Economics Nicolai Ellingsen at Department of Economics will defend the thesis "Distorted Like China. Theory and evidence on how distortions affect aggregate output" for the PhD-degree.
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.
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.
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.
ESOP seminar. Alessandro Sforza is an Assistant Professor at University of Bologna. He will present a paper entitled "Shocks and the organisation of the firm: who pays the bill?".
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.
ESOP seminar. Tommaso Valletti is the Chief Competition Economist at the European Commission. He will present a paper entitled "Trends in market concentration and market power".
OFS seminar. Benjamin B. Lockwood is an Assistant Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy at Wharton, University of Pennsylvania. He will present a paper entitled "Regressive Sin Taxes, with an Application to the Optimal Soda Tax" co-authored with Hunt Allcott, and Dmitry Taubinsky.
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.
ESOP seminar. Gerard Roland is a Morris Cox Professor of Economics at the University of California Berkeley. He will present a paper entitled "The deep historical roots of modern culture: a comparative perspective".
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.
Professor at Yale University, Fabrizio Zilibotti, will give a lecture based on his book "Love, Money, and Parenting: How Economics Explains the Way We Raise Our Kids", co-authored by Matthias Doepke.