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Seminar Series

Seminar Series
 
The SMU School of Economics Seminars are usually held on Wednesdays and Fridays,
4:00pm - 5:30pm unless otherwise indicated.
Microeconomics Seminars are usually held on Thursdays, 4:00pm - 5:30pm.
 
Seminars are held at School of Economics Meeting Room 5.1 unless otherwise stated.
(Level 5, SMU School of Economics, 90 Stamford Road, Singapore 178903)
 
The seminar schedule is subjected to changes.
 
If you would like to present a seminar, please email Seminar Chairs, Associate Professor Wen-Tai HSU or Professor Sainan JIN.
 
Term 2, 2017/2018
 
Date
Title
Speaker
Feb 2 (Fri)
2-3:30pm
SOE SR 5-1 
Bard Harstad
University of Oslo
Mar 1 (Thu)
River Sharing: Implementation of Efficient Water Sharing
Jens Leth Hougaard
University of Copenhagen
Mar 2 (Fri)
Early Marriage, Social Networks and the Transmission of Norms
Niaz Asadullah
University of Malaya
Mar 7 (Wed)
The Geography of Consumption
Ferdinando Monte
Georgetown University
Mar 8 (Thu)
Updating Ambiguous Beliefs in a Social Learning Experiment
Toru Kitagawa
University College London
Mar 9 (Fri)
On the Iterated Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Choice Games
Federico Bugni
Duke University
Mar 12 (Mon)
Firm Boundaries and Financing with Opportunistic Stakeholder Behaviour
Sanjay Banerji
University of Nottingham
Mar 14 (Wed) Pricing When Customers Care about Fairness but Misinfer Markups
Pascal Michaillat
Brown University
Mar 15 (Thu) Coherently Efficient Preference Aggregation
Takashi Ui
Hitotsubashi University
Mar 19 (Mon)
(Cancelled) Dynamic Quantile Models of Rational Behavior
Antonio Galvao
University of Arizona
Mar 21 (Wed)
Econographics: Towards a Refined Representation of Behavioral Economics
Erik Snowberg
University of British Columbia
Mar 22 (Thu)
2-3:30pm 
Do Single-Sex School Advantages Exist? Evidence from a School Choice Lottery Program in Seoul
Jungmin Lee
Seoul National University
Mar 22 (Thu)
4-5:30pm 
Absolute and Relative Ambiguity Aversion: A Preferential Approach
Simone Cerreia Vioglio
Bocconi University
Mar 26 (Mon) Optimal Debt-Maturity Management
Saki Bigio
UCLA
Mar 29 (Thu) Another Look at Returns to Birthweight
Shiko Maruyama
University of Technology Sydney
Apr 4 (Wed) Inference on Risk Premia in the Presence of Omitted Factors
Dacheng Xiu
University of Chicago
Apr 5 (Thu)
Representativeness and Similiarity
Chen Zhao
The University of Hong Kong
Apr 6 (Fri)
A Factor Structure of Disagreement
Fabian Winkler
Federal Reserve Board (US)
Apr 13 (Fri)
David Nagy
CREI & Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Apr 20 (Fri)
The Power of Social Pensions
Wei Huang
NUS
Apr 26 (Thu)
Revenue Sharing on Hierarchies
Biung-Ghi Ju
Seoul National University
May 2 (Wed)
2-3:30pm
Chloe Le Coq
Stockholm School of Economics
May 4 (Fri)
2-3:30pm
Int Learning Space
Barriers to Labor Migration for the Rural Poor: Experimental Evidence from a Vocational Training Program in Bangladesh
Abu Shonchoy
New York University
May 4 (Fri)
4-5:30pm
Skill-Biased Structural Change
Joseph Kaboski
University of Notre Dame
May 18 (Fri)
TBA
Guojun He
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
May 21 (Mon)
Banking Dynamics and Capital Regulation
Tamon Takamura
Bank of Canada
May 23 (Wed)
TBA
Yongsung Chang
University of Rochester
May 25 (Fri)
TBA
Alexander Monge-Naranjo
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
May 30 (Wed) TBA
David de la Croix
Université Catholique De Louvain

 

 

 

Last updated on 20 Apr 2018 .