Presentation Title


December 8 (Virtual)

John List

The Voltage Effect: How to Make Good Ideas Great and Great Ideas Scale

University of Chicago

December 1 (Hybrid)

Vincent Pons

Electoral Turnovers and Country Performance: Evidence from 2,500 National Elections

Harvard University

November 17 (Hybrid)

Nathan Miller

Rising Markups and the Role of Consumer Preferences

Georgetown University

November 10 (Virtual)

Claudio Ferraz

Internet, Social Media, and the Behavior of Politicians: Evidence from Facebook in Brazil

The University of British Columbia

November 1


Treb Allen

Volatility and the Gains from Trade

Dartmouth University

October 27 (Virtual)

Karen Clay

Industrial Lead Emissions and Infant Mortality

Carnegie Mellon University

October 20 (Hybrid)

Billy Pizer

Advances in the Social Cost of Carbon, with an emphasis on discounting

Resources for the Future

October 13

Mushfiq Mobarak

The Productivity Consequences of Pollution-Induced Migration in China

Yale University

October 6 (Hybrid)

Yan Chen

Virtual Teams in a Gig Economy

University of Michigan

September 29 (Virtual)

Christian Vossler

Revisiting the gap between the willingness to pay and willingness to accept for public goods

The University of Tennessee

Thursday, September 23 (Virtual)

Jim Stock

Policies for Decarbonizing Light Duty Vehicles

Harvard University

September 15 (Hybrid)

Shoumitro Chatterje

Market Power and Spatial Competition in Rural India

Penn State University

September 1 (3:30pm) (Hybrid)

Jhacova Williams

Historical Lynchings and the Contemporary Voting Behavior of Blacks


April 21

Chris Woodruff

The Long-Run Effects of Cash Grants: The Sri Lanka Microenterprise Project after 10 years

Oxford University

April 14

Rich Sweeney

Winds of Change: Technical Progress and Learning in Wind Power

Boston College

April 7

Namrata Kala

Environmental Regulation, Regulatory Capacity, and Firm Size

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

March 31

Marina Agranov

Information Aggregation on Networks: an Experimental Study

California Institute of Technology

March 24

Mar Reguant

The Distributional Implications of Real-Time Pricing

Northwestern University

March 10

Ragan Petrie

Optimal Incentives to Give

Texas A & M

March 3

Bertil Tungodden

Fairness Across the World: Preferences and Beliefs

NHH Norwegian School of Economics

February 24

Kelsey Jack

Budget Neglect in Consumption Smoothing: A Field Experiment on Seasonal Hunger

U. C. Santa Barbara

February 10

Reed Walker

Is Air Pollution Regulation Too Stringent?

U. C. Berkeley

February 3 (3:30pm)

David Cooper

Managerial Leadership, Truth-Telling and Efficient Coordination

Florida State University & University of East Anglia

January 27

Dean Yang

Abundance from Abroad: Migrant Income and Long-Run Economic Development 

University of Michigan