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Seminars

The Center for Economic Studies hosts seminars throughout the year on a variety of topics. See below for our Fall 2014 seminar schedule. Note, the schedule is subject to change.


Center for Economic Studies Fall 2014 Seminar Schedule

Date1 Speaker Title Location2
09/18
Erhan Artuc
(The World Bank)
Trade Policy and Wage Inequality: A Structural Analysis with Occupational and Sectoral Mobility
T-8
09/25
T. Kirk White
(US Census Bureau)
Recovering the Item-level Edit and Imputation Flags in the 1977-1997 Censuses of Manufactures
T-8
09/30
Thais Paiva
(Duke University)
Using Imputation Techniques to Evaluate Stopping Rules in Adaptive Survey Designs
2J250
10/02
Daniel Bernhofen
(American University)
Exotic Trade and Trade in Exotics: The Impact of Containerization on New Trade
T-5
10/16
Jae Song
(Social Security Administration)
New Evidence on the Earnings Growth of Foreign-born Workers in the United States, 1978-2012
T-5
10/23
Ufuk Akcigit
(University of Pennsylvania)
TBA
2J250
10/30
Luca Flabbi
(Georgetown University & IADB)
Do Female Executives Make a Difference? The Impact of Female Leadership on Gender Gaps and Firm Performance
T-5
11/06
Matthew Sveum
(University of Missouri)
Effects of Organizational Structure and Governance on Restaurant Productivity: The Case of Franchising
T-5
11/13
CANCELLED
Nicholas Turner
(Department of Treasury)
Nudges and Learning Effects from Informational Interventions: Evidence from Notifications for Low-Income Taxpayers
T-5
11/20
11:00 AM–12:30 PM
Gabriel Mathy
(American University)
Persistent Long-term Unemployment and Hysteresis: Lessons from the Great Depression and World War II
T-3
12/04
Waverly Ding
(University of Maryland)
TBA
CR-4
12/11
Changkeun Lee
(University of Michigan)
Was the Great Depression Cleansing? Industry Dynamics of the Automobile Industry, 1929-1935
T-5

1 Seminars are held from 10:30 AM to noon unless otherwise noted.

2 Seminars are located at the U.S. Census Bureau headquarters in Suitland, MD.


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