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September 2019

Anastasia V. Kartasheva (Wharton Alternative Investments Initiative)

18 September 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"Structure and complexity of global insurers"

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October 2019

Andrew Ellul (Indiana University Kelley School of Business)

1 October 2019 @ 14:30 - 15:45

"Insurers as Asset managers and Systemic Risk"

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Bertil Tungodden (Norwegian School of Economics)

9 October 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"Fairness Across the World: Preferences and Beliefs"

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Santiago Oliveros (University of Essex)

15 October 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"Sequential Learning"

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Sohnke Bartram (Warwick Business School)

16 October 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"Real Effects of Climate Policy: Financial Constraints and Spillovers"

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Virginia Sanchez Marcos (Universidad de Cantabria)

22 October 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"Labor Market Frictions and Lowest Low Fertility"

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Samuel Bazzi (Boston University)

24 October 2019 @ 14:00 - 15:30

"Deterring Illegal Entry: Migrant Sanctions and Recidivism in Border Apprehensions"
jointly organised by Centro Studi Luca d’Agliano and Collegio Carlo Alberto within the Migration Observatory

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Jaromir Nosal (Boston College)

30 October 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"Market Power and Price Informativeness"

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November 2019

Paul Heidhues (University of Dusseldorf)

5 November 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"Identifying Present-Bias from the Timing of Choices"

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Jan Zapal (CERGE-EI)

6 November 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"Sequential Vote Buying"

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Marco Ottaviani (Università Bocconi)

13 November 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"Resource Allocation across Fields: Proportionality, Demand Relativity, and Benchmarking"

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Harry J. Paarsch (University of Central Florida)

19 November 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"Hui: A Case Study of a Sequential Double Auction of Capital"

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Giovanni Maggi (Yale University)

20 November 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"Are Trade Agreements Good For You?"

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Fabio Michelucci (Ca’ Foscari, Venice and CERGE-EI, Prague)

27 November 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

How to Pick a Winner

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Joseph-Simon Goerlach (Università Bocconi)

29 November 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

Borrowing Constraints, Migrant Selection, and the Dynamics of Return and Repeat Migration

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December 2019

Lucio Sarno (Cass Business School)

17 December 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:15

“Foreign Exchange Volume”

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February 2020

Roberto Galbiati (Sciences Po)

February 18 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"J’Accuse...! Antisemitism and Financial Markets in 19th Century France"

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March 2020

POSTPONED: Konrad Mierendorff (UCL)

March 3 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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POSTPONED: Josef Zechner (WU Wien)

March 4 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Omer Tamuz (Caltech)

March 9 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Andrea Berardi (University of Venice)

March 17 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"Convexity dominates risk premia in long-term forward rates"

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Yingni Guo (Northwestern)

March 18 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"Robust Monopoly Regulation" Abstract: We study the regulation of a monopolistic firm using a non-Bayesian approach. We derive the policy that minimizes the regulator’s worst-case regret, where regret is the difference between the regulator’s complete-information payoff and his realized payoff. When the regulator’s payoff is consumers’ surplus, he imposes a price cap. When his payoff is the total surplus of both consumers and the firm, he offers a capped piece rate subsidy. For intermediate cases, the regulator uses both a…

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CANCELLED: Yeon Koo Che (Columbia)

March 20 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Stephan Lauermann (Bonn)

March 24 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Claire Lim (QMUL)

March 25 @ 12:00 - 13:15

"The Political Economy of Medicaid: Partisanship, Eligibility, and the Consequences of Cost-Saving Measures" Abstract: We explore the linkages between government ideology in U.S. states and geographic variation in Medicaid program design and operations. Medicaid eligibility criteria tend to be more generous in liberal states. Simultaneously, fee-for-service reimbursement rates for physician services have been notably lower in liberal states. These two patterns lead to the following question: to what extent does the partisan composition of the government drive eligibility and reimbursement…

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Andrea Ichino (EUI)

March 31 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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April 2020

Kjell Salvanes (NHH)

April 1 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Sohnke Bartram (Warwick)

April 14 @ 12:00 - 13:15

LTI seminar

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Qingmin Liu (Columbia)

April 15 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Christian Traxler (Hertie School)

April 21 @ 12:00 - 15:15
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Eric French (UCL)

April 22 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Fabio Moneta

April 29 @ 12:00

LTI seminar

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May 2020

Moritz Meyer-ter-Vehn (UCLA)

May 5 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Maria Petrova (UPF)

May 6 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Joseph Hotz (Duke)

May 12 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Xiaosheng Mu (Columbia)

May 13 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Ted Miguel (Berkeley)

May 20 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Sir Richard Blundell (UCL)

May 26 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Greg DeAngelo (Claremont)

May 27 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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June 2020

Diane Whitmore Schanzenbach (Northwestern)

June 3 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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Mark Duggan (Stanford)

June 10 @ 12:00 - 13:15
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