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All seminars take place from 3:00 – 4:30 pm CST in Room 144 of the Liberal Arts Social Sciences Building (LASB 144) unless otherwise noted.





Mar 2 Jing Tao University of Washington “Flexible Estimation of Differentiated Product Demand Models Using Aggregate Data”
Mar 23 Takuya Ura University of California- Davis “Slower Movers in Panel Data”
Mar 30 Yi Xin Cal Tech “Does Harold Zuercher Have Time-Separable Preferences?”
Apr 13 Eric Mbakop University of Calgary “Identification in Some Discrete Choice Models: A Computational Approach”
Apr 20 Marinho Bertanha Notre Dame “Causal Effects in Matching Mechanisms with Strategically Reported Preferences”
Apr 27 Gaurab Aryal Washington University in St. Louis “Auctioning Annuities”
May 4 Lixiong Li Johns Hopkins University “Finite Sample Inference in Incomplete Models”