As part of its commitment to academic excellence, the Department of Economics sponsors numerous workshops and seminars each semester. Speakers for our workshop series are a mix of faculty and graduate students, in addition to leading scholars from other universities.
Mark C. Berger Workshop Series
All Mark C. Berger Seminars are Friday afternoons at 3:00 PM in Gatton 199 unless otherwise noted. All are welcome to attend. Papers (when available) can be downloaded using the link on the paper title.
|February 10||Melissa Kearney (Maryland)||
“Male Earnings, Marriageable Men, and Non-Marital Fertility: Evidence from the Fracking Boom.”
|February 24 & 25||Cleveland Federal Reserve / UK Joint Workshop||TBA|
|March 10||Nathan Miller (Georgetown)||"Finding Mr. Schumpeter: An Empirical Study of Competition and Technology Adoption"|
|March 24||Dennis Yang (Virginia)|
|April 14||John Morgan (UC-Berkeley)||"Persuasion"|
|April 21||Katherine Erickson (UC-Davis)||"Death in the Promised Land: The Great Migration and Black Infant Mortality"|
|April 28||Nuno Limao (Maryland)||TBA|
|May 5||Dan Phaneuf (Wisconsin-Madison)||TBA|
Workshops are held on Mondays 12:30 – 1:30 PM in Gatton 230 unless otherwise noted. Papers (when available) can be downloaded using the link on the paper title.
|February 13||Drew Hanks (Ohio State)||"From Paper to Plastic: Understanding the Impact of EBT on WIC Recipient Behavior”|
|March 20||Trevor Gallen (Purdue)||TBA|
|Wednesday, March 29||4th Year Graduate Student Presentations||See schedule|
|April 3||Ian Schmutte (Georgia)||TBA|
|Wednesday, April 5||4th Year Graduate Student Presentations||See schedule|
|April 10||Chad Curtis (Richmond)||TBA|
|April 17||Mostafa Beshkar (Indiana)||"Interdependence of Trade Policies in General Equilibrium"|
|April 24||Breno Braga (Urban Institute||TBA|