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CENTER for the Study of Diversity and Social Interactions

NES Research Seminars / Научные семинары РЭШ

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2017 - 2018

Sep-1 Glenn Magerman, Université libre de Bruxelles
"The Origins of Firm Heterogeneity: A Production Network Approach” 
Sep-8 Francisco Gomez, London Business School "The Cross-Section of Household Preferences"
Sep-19 Carlo Favero, Bocconi University

"Is it the "How" or the "When" that Matters in Fiscal Adjustments?"

Sep-22 Hongda Zhong, LSE "A Theory of Multi-Period Debt Structure
Sep-29 Aaron Flaaen, Federal Reserve Board "Multinationals, Offshoring, and the Decline of U.S. Manufacturing
Oct-6 Ricard Gil,  Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore "What Do News Aggregators Do? Evidence from Google News in Spain and Germany"
Oct-17 Carles Boix, Princeton

"Endogenous Parliaments: Urban Agglomeration, Technological Accumulation, and the Deep Roots of Executive Constraints in Europe"

Oct-17 Alicia AdseraPrinceton “The Impact of transition on Wellbeing” joint with Francesca Dalla Pozza, Sergei Guriev, Lukas Kleine-Rueschkamp and Elena Nikolova
Oct-20 Julian HinzKiel Institute for the World Economy "Friendly Fire: The Trade Impact of the Russia Sanctions and Counter-Sanctions"
Nov-3 Galina Zudenkova, Mannheim "Incumbents' Performance and Political Polarization"
Nov-9 Timothy Van-Zandt, INSEAD "Trading Off Flexibility in Health Insurance Choice"
Nov-10 Arthur FishmanBar Ilan University "Collective Brands
Nov-24 Stephen HansenUniversity of Oxford “The Long-Run Information Effect of Central Bank Text” join with Michael McMahon and Matthew Tong
Dec-1 Kirill Borusyak, Harvard University  "The Distributional Effects of Trade: Theory and Evidence from the United States"
Jan-18* Rumstadjan Hakimov, WZB Berlin
"Iterative Versus Standard Deferred Acceptance: Experimental Evidence" (with Inacio Bo)
Jan-24* Jascisens Vitalijs, Toulouse School of Economics "Can Entry Mitigate the Effect of Inflated Reserve Prices in Public Procurement?"
Jan-25* Filatov Alexey, Autonoma de Barcelona "Why Are Older Americans Working More Nowadays?"
Jan-29* Gonzales-Torres Ada, European University Institute "Epidemics and Conflict: Evidence from the Ebola outbreak in Western Africa" (with Elena Esposito)
Jan-30* Vasily Korovkin, UCLA, MAE'2012 "Detecting Auctioneer Corruption: Evidence from Russian Procurement Auctions"
Feb-1* Valasek Justin, WZV/CESinfo "The Value of Consensus: Information Aggregation in Committees with Vote-Contingent Payoffs" (with Yves Breitmoser)
Feb-2* Tolga DemirStockholm School of Economics "Utilizing Management Technology Advantages in Cross-Border Acquisitions"
Feb-6* Sergey Mityakov, Clemson University, MAE'2002 "Information Acquisition by Institutional Depositors during Bank Panic"
Feb-7* Sergey Zhuk, University of Vienna, MAE'2007 "Rational Inattention and Counter-Cyclical Lending Standards"
Feb-8* Konstantin EgorovPenn State, MAE'2012 "The Effect of Trade on Workers’ Earnings: Role of Unemployment"
Feb-9* Nicola PierriStanford "Credit Supply and Productivity Growth"
Feb-12* Portnykh MargaritaCarnegie Mellon University "Toxic Truth: Lead and Fertility"
Feb-13* Porcellacchia Davide, LSE "Optimal Negative Interest on Reserves: The Maturity-Transformation Channel of Monetary Policy Transmission"
Feb-14* Ekaterina SmetaninaCambridge "Forecast Evaluation Tests - a New Approach"
Feb-21* Ivan Korolev, Stanford, MAE'2012 "Consistent Lagrange Multiplier Type Specification Tests for Semiparametric Models"
Feb-22* Solovyeva AlexandraUniversity of Minnesota "Unemployment Insurance Reform: the Origin of the German Labor Market Miracle"
Mar-02* Daria DzyaburaStern, NYU
"Visual Listening In: Extracting Brand Image Portrayed on Social Media"
Mar-05* Weija LiBerkeley "Rotation, Performance Rewards, and Property Rights"
Mar-14* Gerhard Toews, The University of Oxford  "Resource discoveries and FDI bonanzas: an illustration from Mozambique"
Mar-16 Dmitry ArkhangelskyStanford GSB "Dealing with a Technological Bias: The Difference-in-Difference Approach"
Mar-19 Melanie Meng XueNorthwestern University


Mar-23 Margaret Meyer, Oxford University  "Gaming and Strategic Opacity in Incentive Provision:  Theory and Experimental Evidence”
Mar-30 Jonathan Chapman, NYU Abu Dhabi  
Apr-6 Alexander Wagner, University of Zurich  
Apr-20 Dean Yang, Michigan  
Apr-27 Dominic Rohner, University of Lausanne  
May-11 David Dillenberger, University of Pennsylvania  
May-18 Vikrant Vig, London Business School  
May-25 Giancarlo SpagnoloSITE-Stockholm School of Economics  
May-28 Laura Alfaro, Harvard  
Jun-1 Marek WaretkaWisconsin  
Jun-8  David WeissTel Aviv University  
Jun-15 Natalia KovrijnykhArizona State University  
Jun-29 Samuel Bazzi, Boston University  

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