Seminars Archive

Spring ’10

Feb
22
The Effect of Health Insurance Coverage on the Use of Medical Services
Labor Lunch
Carlos Dobkin, University of California, Santa Cruz
Mar
04
International Trade and Labor Income Risk in the United States
Labor Lunch
Pravin Krishna, Johns Hopkins University
Mar
10
Traffic Congestion and Infant Health: Evidence from E-Z Pass
Labor Lunch
Janet Currie, Columbia University and Princeton University
Mar
22
Structural Estimation and Policy Evaluation in Developing Countries
Labor Lunch
Petra Todd, University of Pennsylvania
Apr
01
DEPARTMENT WIDE SEMINAR
Labor Lunch
Patrick Kehoe
Apr
05

Fall ’11

Sep
26
Find a Job Now, Start Working Later Does Unemployment Insurance Subsidize Leisure?
Labor Economics Seminar
Marjolaine Gauthier-Loiselle, Princeton University
Sep
29
Financing Human Capital
Labor Lunch
Martin Schmalz
Oct
03
Economic Conditions and Earnings over the Lifecycle
Labor Economics Seminar
Xiaotong Niu
Oct
06
(Not) Just Another Pretty Face - Experimental Evidence for Discrimination in Recruitment
Labor Lunch
Philipp Kraft, (CERGE) Charles University Prague
Oct
17
Oct
20
Geographical Mobility in the Labour Market
Labor Lunch
Nikolaj Harmon
Nov
28
Dec
01
Dec
07
Trickle-Down Consumption
Labor Economics Seminar
Marianne Bertrand
Dec
08
The FDZ at UM: Access to German Labor Market Data at the University of Michigan
Labor Lunch
Stefan Bender, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)
Dec
15
Suit, Settlement, and False Patent Marking
Labor Lunch
Neel Sukhatme
Oct
31
Fall Break
Labor Economics Seminar

Spring ’12

Feb
09
Mar
07
Robert Willis, University of Michigan (joint with The Center for Health and Wellbeing and The Research Program in Development Studies Weekly Seminar Series), "The Implications of Alzheimer's Risk for Household Financial Decision-Making"
Labor Economics Seminar
Robert Willis, University of Michigan (joint with The Center for Health and Wellbeing and The Research Program in Development Studies Weekly Seminar Series)
Mar
14
Ulrich Müller, Princeton University (Department-wide Seminar), "Low Frequency Econometrics"
Labor Economics Seminar
Ulrich Müller, Princeton University
Mar
28
Hilary Hoynes, University of California, Davis (joint with The Center for Health and Wellbeing and The Research Program in Development Studies Weekly Seminar Series), “Childhood Exposure to the Food Stamp Program: Long-Run Health and Economic Outcomes”
Labor Economics Seminar
Hilary Hoynes, University of California, Davis (joint with The Center for Health and Wellbeing and The Research Program in Development Studies Weekly Seminar Series)
Apr
16
Apr
23
Betsey Stevenson & Justin Wolfers, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (joint with The Center for Health and Wellbeing and The Research Program in Development Studies Weekly Seminar Series),“Growth in Income and Subjective Well‐Being Over Time"
Labor Economics Seminar
Betsey Stevenson & Justin Wolfers, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania (joint with The Center for Health and Wellbeing and The Research Program in Development Studies Weekly Seminar Series)
Apr
30
Robert Valletta, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, “House Lock and Structural Unemployment”
Labor Economics Seminar
Robert Valletta, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco

Summer ’12

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