Applied Economics Workshop 2016-2017

Meetings take place on Monday ,14:15-15:30, Berglas Building, room 101 

Workshop CoordinatorsEran Yashiv Fall Semester; Dan Zeltzer Spring Semester

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  F A L L   S E M E S T E R 

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​►31.10.16

Oren Danieli, Harvard

Decomposing Wage Polarization in the US

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►7.11.16

Alex Cukierman, TAU an IDC

REFLECTIONS ON THE NATURAL RATE OF INTEREST, ITS MEASUREMENT, MONETARY POLICY AND THE ZERO LOWER BOUND

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►14.11.16

Ori Katz, TAU

The Effect of Industrialization on Fertility and Human Capital: Evidence From 19th Century US

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►21.11.16

Assaf Sarid, Haifa University

"The Geographical Origins and Economic Consequences of Language Structures", joint with Oded Galor (Brown) and Omer Ozak (SMU)

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►28.11.16

Scott Baker, Northwestern

Shopping for Lower Sales Tax Rates

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►5.12.16

Applied Micro Workshop conference 

 

►12.12.16   -   no seminar

 

►19.12.16

Simcha Barkai , University of Chicago

Declining Labor and Capital Shares

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►26.12.16

Gadi Barlevy, Chicago Fed

On Interest Rate Policy and Asset Bubbles (joint with Franklin Allen and Douglas Gale)

►2.01.17

Nadav Ben Zeev, Ben Gurion

Household Debt, Adjustable-Rate Mortgages, and the Shock-Absorbing Capacity of Monetary Policy

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►9.01.17

Tomer Blumkin, BGU

 Anti-discrimination Legislation and the Efficiency-Enhancing Role of Mandatory Parenta Leave  (joint with Spencer Bastani and Luca Micheletto)

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►16.01.17

Francesco Decarolis, Boston University and EIEF

Marketing Agencies and Collusive Bidding in Sponsored Search Auctions  (joint with Maris Goldmanis, Antonio Penta)
 

 

►23.01.17

Alex Mas,Princeton

Valuing Alternative Work Arrangements (joint with Amanda Pallais)

 

 

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►13.03.17

Hannes Schwandt ,Zurich 

The Lasting Legacy of Seasona lInfluenza: In-utero Exposureand Labor Market Outcomes

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►20.03.17

 Revital Bar / Asaf Zussman ,Hebrew U

Identity and Bias: Insights from Driving Tests

 

►27.03.17

Amanda Starc ,Northwestern

Ask Your Doctor? Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Pharmaceuticals (joint with Michael Sinkinson The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and NBER)

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►3.04.17

​Marla Ripoll, University of Pittsburgh

The Elasticity of Intergenerational Substitution, Parental Altruism and Fertility Choice

 

►10.04.17 -Passover - no seminar

 

►17.04.17 -Passover - no seminar

 

►24.04.17

Paul Beaudry, UBC

Putting the Cycle Back into Business Cycle Analysis, joint with  Dana Galizia and Franck Portier

 

►1.05.17-Remembrance Day - no seminar

 

►8.05.17

Dan Zeltzer, TAU

Horizon Effects and Adverse Selection in Health Insurance Markets (joint with Olivier Darmouni

Economic Theory Workshop  2016-2017

 

►15.05.17

Stefania Albanesi, University of Pittsburg

Slowing Women's Labor Force Participation: The Role of Rising Income Inequality.

 

►22.05.17

Daniel Shoag, Harvad Kennedy

The Causal Effect of Place: Evidence from Japanese-American Internment  (joint with Nicholas Carollo,University of California) 

 

►29.05.17

TBA

 

►5.06.17 

 
Daniel Gross, Harvard Business School 
 
The Ties that Bind: Railroad Gauge Standards, Collusion, and Internal Trade in the 19th Century U.S
 

 

►12.06.17

Naomi Hausman , Hebrew University

Small Establishments and City Growth

Economic Theory Workshop  2016-2017

 

►19.06.17

Ariell Zimran, Vanderbilt 

Explaining the Antebellum Puzzle: Market Access, Food Prices, and Stature in the United States, 1820-1847

 

►26.06.17

Jessica Goldberg, UMD

Results from two papers from Malawi: Economic Theory Workshop  2016-2017

 

1. Savings Defaults and Payment Delays for Cash Transfers: Field Experimental Evidence from Malawi", joint with Lasse Brune, Xavier Giné, and Dean Yang

2. Endowment Effects and Usage of Financial Products: Evidence from Malawi", joint with Xavier Giné

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