Except where otherwise indicated, seminars will be held from 11:30 am - 1 pm in Symons Hall, room 3121



Presentation Title


February 5 *Wednesday

Maddie McKelway

Vicious and Virtuous Cycles: Self-Efficacy and Employment of Women in India


February 4 *Tuesday

Cory Smith

Land Concentration and Long-Run Development: Evidence from the Frontier United States


February 3 *Monday

Apoorv Gupta

Firm Heterogeneity, Demand for Quality and Prices: Evidence from India

Northwestern University

January 31 *Friday

Gianmarco Leon

How Effective Are Monetary Incentives to Vote? Evidence from a Nationwide Policy

U. Pompeu Fabra, Spain

January 27 * Monday

Eric Bahel


Virginia Tech

January 24 *Friday

Tor Tolhurst

Model-free Detection of a Speculative Asset Bubble: Evidence from the World Market for Superstar Wines


January 23


Steve Cicala

Imperfect Markets versus Imperfect Regulation in U.S.Electricity Generation

University of Chicago

January 21 *Tuesday

Rebecca Epanchin-Niell 

Bioeconomic modeling for decision-support: optimizing early detection and control of invasive pests

Resource for Future

January 17 *Friday

Suanna Oh

Does Identity Affect Labor Supply?

Columbia University

January 16 *Thursday

Patrick Behrer

Earth, Wind, and Fire: The impact of anti-poverty efforts on Indian agriculture and air pollution

Harvard University

January 15 *Wednesday

Sharan Mamidipudi

Something To Complain About: How Minority Representatives Overcome Ethnic Differences

Harvard University

January 13



John Spray

Search Externalities in Firm-to-Firm Trade

U. of Cambridge

January 10 


Casey Wichman Do behavioral nudges interact with prevailing economic incentives? Pairing experimental and quasi-experimental evidence from water consumption Univ. of Chicago + RFF
January 9
Leah Palm

Experimental Evidence on Policy Approaches That Link Agricultural Subsidies to Water Quality Outcomes

Univ. of Delaware

To nominate or invite a speaker, please contact Neslihan Uler at or call 301-405-1273.