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Department of Economics
Seminar Series Schedule
Spring 2014


Week of 04/14/14 - 04/18/14



MACRO/INTERNATIONAL MACRO SEMINAR
Monday, April 14, 2014
2:40-4:10 pm
200 Fisher Hall

Daron Acemoglu, MIT
with Ufuk Akcigit and Murat Alp Celik



LABOR ECONOMICS SEMINAR/INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS WORKSHOP
Monday, April 14, 2014
4:15pm

200 Fisher Hall
 
No Seminar


POLITICAL ECONOMY SEMINAR
Monday, April 14, 2014
4:30 pm
127 Corwin Hall

Roland Benabou, Princeton University
"Forbidden Fruits: The Political Economy of Science, Religion, and Growth"



OFFICE OF POPULATION RESEARCH SEMINAR
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
12:00pm
300 Wallace Hall

Kerstin Gentsch, Princeton University
"Contextual Factors in Selective College Admission"

BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS SEMINAR
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
12:30-2:00 pm
023 Robertson Hall

Valentin Haddad, Princeton University
"Information Aversion"


THE GREGORY C. CHOW ECONOMETRIC RESEARCH PROGRAM/
OSKAR MORGENSTERN MEMORIAL SEMINAR
Tuesday, April 15
, 2014
2:40-4:00 pm
200 Fisher Hall

Guido Imbens, Stanford University
"Finite Population Causal Standard Errors"
with Alberto Abadie, Susan Athey, and Jeffrey Woolridge



CENTER FOR HEALTH AND WELLBEING/
RESEARCH PROGRAM IN DEVELOPMENT STUDIES SEMINAR
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
12:15-1:45pm
300 Wallace Hall
 
 
Geoffrey Heal, Columbia Business School
"Feeling the Heat: Temperature, Physiology, and the Wealth of Nations"
 

APPLIED MICROECONOMICS SEMINAR
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
2:40-4:00pm
200 Fisher Hall
 
 

No Seminar



CIVITAS FOUNDATION FINANCE
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
2:50-4:00pm
Bendheim Center for Finance, Room 103
 
Maureen O'Hara, Cornell University

MICROECONOMIC THEORY SEMINAR
Thursday, April 17, 2014
2:45-4:00pm
200 Fisher Hall


Lones Smith, University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Implicit Markets via Pairwise Matching in Economics"


INTERNATIONAL TRADE SEMINAR
Thursday, April 17, 2014
4:15-5:45pm
200 Fisher Hall
 
Andrés Rodríguez-Clare, University of California, Berkeley
"International Trade and External Economies: Multiplicity of Equilibria, Gains From Trade, and Industrial Policy"