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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.






Feb 7 Min Ouyang Tsinghua University “Corruption as Collateral”
Feb 21 Aarti Singh University of Sydney “Did Marginal Propensities to Consume Change with the Housing Boom and Bust?”
Feb 28 Andrew Fieldhouse Mays Business School, Texas A&M University “The Returns to Government R&D: Evidence from U.S. Appropriations Shocks”
Mar 7 Josh York Department of Economics, Texas A&M University “How do Household Inflation Expectations Respond to Macroeconomic Releases?”
Mar 28 Alexander Chudik Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas “Revisiting the Great Ratios Hypothesis”
Apr 4 Stephen J. Terry Boston University “Real Credit Cycles”
Apr 11 Francesco D’Acunto Georgetown University “Memory and Beliefs: Evidence from the Field”
Apr 18 Geumbi Park Department of Economics, Texas A&M University “Product Market Dynamics over the Business Cycle: Market Structure and Shock Propagation”
Apr 25 Yeon Jik Lee Department of Economics, Texas A&M University “Uncertainty News Shocks and Business Cycles”

*virtual seminar; contact Yoon Jo for information on how to join