Empirical Microeconomics Seminar Series

 


 

Spring 2021

Fri 2/12 @ 10am

Olivier Marie (Erasmus School of Economics)

"Pill or Gatekeeper Power? Birth Control Access, Religious Beliefs, and Women's Outcomes"

Tues 3/2 @ 4pm

Orazio Attanasio (Yale University)

"Child Development in the Early Years: Parental Investment and the Changing Dynamics of Different Domains"

Tues 3/9 @ 4pm

Mike Keane (University of New South Wales)--CANCELED, TO BE RESCHEDULED

Fri 3/26 @ 10am

Tim Besley (London School of Economics)--CANCELED, TO BE RESCHEDULED

*Part of Political Economy Speaker Series co-hosted by Center for Public Policy (Hobby School) and Department of Economics (CLASS)*

Tues 4/6 @ 4pm

Simon Quinn (Oxford University)

"Asset-Based Microfinance for Microenterprises: Evidence from Pakistan"

Fri 4/16 @ 10am

Eliana La Ferrara (Bocconi University)

*Part of Political Economy Speaker Series co-hosted by Center for Public Policy (Hobby School) and Department of Economics (CLASS)*

"Apart but Connected: Online Tutoring and Student Outcomes Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic"

Fri 4/23 @ 10am

Daniel Sturm (London School of Economics)

"Applying the Quantitative Urban Model to Cities in Developing Countries" [click here for abstract] [click here for slides]

Tues 4/27 @ 4pm

Eleonora Patacchini (Cornell University)

*Part of Political Economy Speaker Series co-hosted by Center for Public Policy (Hobby School) and Department of Economics (CLASS)*

"Tax Professionals and Tax Evasion"


Previous Semesters' Workshops:

2020-21: Fall 2020 Schedule
2019-20: Fall 2019 Schedule Spring 2020 Schedule
2018-19: Fall 2018 Schedule Spring 2019 Schedule
2017-18: Fall 2017 Schedule Spring 2018 Schedule
2016-17: Fall 2016 Schedule Spring 2017 Schedule
2015-16: Fall 2015 Schedule Spring 2016 Schedule
2014-15: Fall 2014 Schedule Spring 2015 Schedule
2013-14: Fall 2013 Schedule Spring 2014 Schedule
2012-13: Fall 2012 Schedule Spring 2013 Schedule
2011-12: Fall 2011 Schedule Spring 2012 Schedule


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