Seminars

Fall 2017 Guest Speakers
All Seminars held in 120 Snow at 3:30 pm unless noted otherwise.

* indicates "Oswald Distinguished Speaker"

Date Speaker Seminar Title Faculty Host
8/25/17 Lee Smith (KC Fed) Forward Guidance, Monetary Policy Uncertainty, and the Term Premium Keating
9/1/17 No Seminar Labor Day Weekend  
9/6/2017
Wednesday
4 pm 120 Snow
Jason Lindo (Texas A&M)
 

"How Far Is Too Far? New Evidence on Abortion Clinic Closures, Access, and Abortions"

Slusky
9/8/17      
9/13/17
Wednesday
4062 Wescoe
Lucie Schmidt (Williams College)

Supplemental Security Income and Child Outcomes: Evidence from Birth Weight Eligibility Cutoffs

Ginther
9/15/17 Brad Hershbein (Upjohn Inst.) Do Recessions Accelerate Routine-Biased Technological Change? Evidence from Vacancy Postings Slusky
9/22/17 No Seminar

Department Retreat

 
9/29/17 Myrna Wooders (Vanderbilt) Monopolists of Scarce Information and Small Group Effectiveness in Large Quasilinear Economies Cornet
10/6/17      
10/13/17      
10/20/17 Manuel Pulido Velasquez

 

Department PhD Candidate
10/27/17
3:00-4:30
Sasha Skiba (Wyoming)

International trade, internal geography, and non-homothetic consumption patterns 

Ginther
11/3/17 Lutz Kilian (Michigan)
"Lower oil prices and the U.S. economy: Is this time different?"
Keating
11/10/17
1:30-3:00
358 Snow
Morris Kleiner (Minnesota) Is Occupational Licensing a Barrier to Interstate Migration? Ginther
11/17/17 Farah Quazi (K-State) Investment Brings Change: Implications for News-Driven Business Cycles Slusky
11/24/17 No Seminar Thanksgiving Break  
11/28/17
12:45-2:15
452 Snow Hall
Michael Richards (Vanderbilt)   Slusky
11/29/2017
4:30 120 Snow
Adeel Faheem (KState)   Slusky
12/1/17
1:30-3:00
358 Snow
Russell Weinstein (Illinois) Local Labor Markets and Human Capital Investments Ginther
12/8/17 No Seminar Stop Day  

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