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Macro/International Macro Seminar 
Spring  2012
 
Mondays: 2:40-4:10 p.m.
Location: 200 Fisher Hall
Visitor Office: B14
 
February 20 Pete Klenow, Stanford University,"The Allocation of Talent"
   
February 27 Fabrizio Zilibotti, University of Zurich, 
"A Theory of Cross-Country Government Debt Distribution"
   
March 5 Guillermo Ordoñez, Yale University, 
“Collateral Crises” (joint with Gary Gorton)
   
March 12 John Moore, Edinburgh University and LSE,
“Leverage Stacks and the Financial System”
   
March 19 Spring Break
   
March 26 Nicholas Bloom, Stanford University,
"Really Uncertain Business Cycles"
   
March 29 Paul Romer, NYU, "Charter Cities and the Startup Dynamics"**
   
April 2 Brent Neiman, Chicago Booth School of Business,
"Declining Labor Shares and the Global Rise of Corporate Savings”
   
April 9 Aleh Tsyvinski, Yale University,
 "A Theory of Asset Prices Based on Heterogeneous Information"
   
April 16 Martin Schneider, Stanford University,
"Ambiguous Business Cycles"
   
April 23 Jing Zhang, University of Michigan,
"The Global Welfare Impact of China: Trade Integration and
Technological Change"
   
April 30 Francesco Caselli, London School of Economics,
"The Geography of Inter-State Resource Wars"
   
   **Sponsored by The Julis Rabinowitz Center, Robertson Hall-Bowl 002, 4:30pm**
   
  For Faculty: Please sign-up for a meeting with seminar guest here
   
 Previous Seminars  If you have questions please contact: Kim Hrynko