Online seminars

Caltech Econ Theory on Twitch

I’ve been noting dates and planning to attend numerous online Economics seminars. They’re hosted by different organizations, so I’ve compiled a list (available below, with links). This is maybe one of the better things to have come out of this virus.

On a side note, I’ve penciled in some time to study for my Industrial Organization and Behavioral Public Policy finals, and probably will be posting notes on the papers covered in the syllabus or related papers so I can revise and prepare. Excited for my exams to end so I can focus entirely on reading more new papers!

(Update: I’ve been told that the formatting for this table is a bit wonky on mobile platforms. It’s best viewed on desktop!)

DateTime (UTC+8)PaperHost
14 April23:30Elizabeth Tipton (Northwestern University). “Will this Intervention Work in this Population? Designing Randomized Trials for Generalization”.Online Causal Inference Seminar
15 April03:00Brad Shapiro (Chicago Booth). “Generalizable and Robust TV Advertising Effects” (with Gunter Hitsch and Anna Tuchman).(IO)2 Seminar
15 April22:00John Van Reenen (MIT). “Do tax incentives increase firm innovation?  An RD Design for R&D” (joint with Antoine Dechezleprêtre, Elias Einiö, Ralf Martin, and Kieu-Trang Nguyen).Virtual IO Seminar Series
16 April03:00Scott Kominers (Harvard University). “Redistribution through Markets” (with Piotr Dworczak and Mohammad Akbarpour).Caltech Econ Theory
16 April21:00Nageeb Ali (Penn State University) “Voluntary Disclosure and Personalized Pricing”.MaCCI EPoS Virtual IO Seminar
18 April02:00Benny Moldovanu (University of Bonn). “Extreme Points and Majorization: Economic Applications” (with Andreas Kleiner and Philipp Strack).Penntheon
22 April03:00Daniel Ershov (TSE), “Consumer Product Discovery Costs, Entry, Quality and Congestion in Online Markets”.(IO)2 Seminar
23 April21:00Carlo Reggiani (University of Manchester). “Exclusive Data, Price Manipulation and Market Leadership”.MaCCI EPoS Virtual IO Seminar
29 April03:00Adam Dearing (Ohio State), “Efficient and Convergent Sequential Pseudo-Likelihood Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Games” (with Jason Blevins).(IO)2 Seminar
29 April22:00Leslie Marx (Fuqua School of Business). “Countervailing Power” (with Simon Loertscher).Virtual IO Seminar Series
30 April03:00Cesar Martinelli (George Mason University). “Assignment Markets: Theory and Experiments” (with Arthur Dolgopolov, Daniel Houser and Thomas Stratmann).Caltech Econ Theory
2 May00:00John Asker (UCLA), “A Computational Framework for Analyzing Dynamic Auctions: The Market Impact of Information Sharing” (with Chaim Fershtman, Jihye Jeon, and Ariel Pakes).(IO)2 Seminar
6 May03:00Jason Abaluck (Yale). “A Method to Estimate Discrete Choice Models that is Robust to Consumer Search” (with Giovanni Compiani).(IO)2 Seminar
6 May22:00Lorenzo Magnolfi (Wisconsin). “The Competitive Conduct of Consumer Cooperatives” (with Marco Duarte and Camilla Roncoroni).Virtual IO Seminar Series
7 May03:00Mira Frick (Yale University). “Stability and Robustness in Misspecified Learning Models” (with Ryota Iijima and Yuhta Ishii).Caltech Econ Theory
7 May21:00Michael Kummer (University of East Anglia). “Competition and Privacy in Online Markets: Evidence from the Mobile App Industry”.MaCCI EPoS Virtual IO Seminar
12 May03:00Alex MacKay (Harvard University). “Competition in Pricing Algorithms” (with Zach Brown).(IO)2 Seminar
14 May21:00Tobias Salz (MIT). “The Economic Consequences of Data Privacy Regulation: Empirical Evidence from GDPR”.MaCCI EPoS Virtual IO Seminar
16 May00:00Elisabeth Honka (UCLA). “Consumer Search in the U.S. Auto Industry: The Value of Dealership Visits” (with Dan Yavorsky).(IO)2 Seminar
20 May03:00Steve Berry (Yale). “Jobs as Differentiated Products”.(IO)2 Seminar
21 May21:00Leonardo Madio (TSE). “Data Brokers Co-Opetition”.MaCCI EPoS Virtual IO Seminar
23 May00:00Matthijs Wildenbeest (Indiana University). “Agency Pricing and Bargaining: Evidence from the E-Book Market” (with Babur De los Santos and Daniel O’Brien).(IO)2 Seminar
29 May00:00Ali Yurukoglu (Stanford GSB). “Quantitative Analysis of Multi-Party Tariff Negotiations” (with Kyle Bagwell and Robert Staiger).(IO)2 Seminar

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