Microeconomic Theory Lunch Seminar
Wednesdays: 12:20 - 1:20 p.m.
Location: Robertson 005
Please note new location this semester
Thesis Writers' Workshop in Theory
and Applied Theory
|September 19||Doron Ravid, "Focus then Compare: Stochastic Binary Comparisons and Context Effects"|
|September 26||Gonzalo Cisternas, "Two-sided learning and moral hazard"|
|October 3||Leandro Gorno, "Choice of new experience goods under continuous idiosyncratic learning"|
|October 10||Vadim Iaralov, "Protest Dynamics in a Police State"|
October 17 - two presentations
|Ben Brooks, "Solving stochastic games two players and perfect monitoring"
Nemanja Antic, "Approximate Design of Optimal Mechanisms"
|October 24||No Seminar - Midterm & Dept. Wide Seminar week|
|October 31||No Seminar - Fall Recess|
|November 7||Giri Parameswaran, "Psychological Belief Distortions and Debt"|
|November 14||Brian So, "Optimal Targeting"|
|November 21||Thanksgiving Recess|
|November 28||Jay Lu, "Signal Persistence and Behavioral Biases"|
|December 5||Kai Steverson, "Electoral and Economic Implications of Dynamic Policy Learning "|
|December 12||Olivier Darmouni, "Optimal Public Intervention in the Market for Lemons"|