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Mon 25 Jan, '21
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Econometrics Seminar - Maximilian Kasy (Oxford)
via Zoom

This Econometrics seminar is hosted by Bristol.

Title: The social impact of algorithmic decision making: Economic perspectives

The meeting will be in Zoom, here is the link:

https://bristol-ac-uk.zoom.us/j/98457729407?pwd=TFZFRjdZaENkcWRJWUt5SGVhTGRkUT09

Passcode: 635925

If you want to sign up with the speaker, this is the link.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19yAXbaJWko_UNrgwuktv3INE3rSueMLWviHEcgHYicM/edit#gid=0

Tue 26 Jan, '21
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Teaching lunchtime seminar
via Microsoft Teams

Organised by Caroline Elliott

The seminar speakers will be:

Andrew Harkins and Daniel Sgroi EC132 The Industrial Economy

Costas Cavounidis EC220 Mathematical Economics 1A

Atisha Ghosh EC320 Atisha Ghosh Economics of Public Policy

Pedro Souza EC338 Microeconometrics

Tue 26 Jan, '21
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CWIP Workshop - James Fenske
via Microsoft Teams

Title Environmental Regulation and Firm Size

Tue 26 Jan, '21
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Applied Economics, Econometrics and Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar - Rohini Pande
via Microsoft Teams
Wed 27 Jan, '21
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CAGE-AMES - Antonio Schiavone (PGR)
via Microsoft Teams

Antonio is presenting his paper co-authored with Yatish Arya. Title and Abstract:

Title: Is closure of local newspapers always bad for democracy? Evidence from US (joint with Yatish Arya)

Abstract: Over the last two decades, US voters have become more and more polarised and the share of voters splitting their tickets has seen a sharp decrease. Evidence suggests that people split their tickets more when they have more information about candidates and thus when accountability is higher. We study how the closure of local newspapers in US counties is affecting voters’ polarization. On the extensive margin, using an event-study approach for the even election years between 2006-2018, we find that the probability of splitting a voting ticket significantly decreases in counties that become a news desert (one or zero local newspapers). On the other hand, instrumenting the number of newspapers by the presence of Craigslist in a county, we find that over the same time period, split tickets increase when local newspapers close down. The combination of these results suggests the existence of a non-monotonic relation between information and polarization.

Wed 27 Jan, '21
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Seminar in Economic Theory - Suraj Malladi (Stanford)
via Zoom

Not the 2021 Theory Job Market (NT2021TM)

Title of paper is Delegated Screening and Robustness

Wed 27 Jan, '21
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#EconTEAching chat: Engaging Large Classes Online

Speakers: James Tierney (Penn State) and Michela Tincani (UCL)
Chair: Parama Chaudhury (UCL)

Register by Monday 25 Jan to attend the Zoom chat.
The event will be live-streamed on the CTaLE YouTube Channel.

Organiser: Stefania Paredes Fuentes

Thu 28 Jan, '21
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Macro and International Economics Reading Group - Anshumaan Tuteja (PGR)
via Microsoft Teams
Fri 29 Jan, '21
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Warwick Macro & International Economics Group – Christine Braun (Warwick)
via Microsoft Teams

Title to be advised.

Fri 29 Jan, '21
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Seminar in Economic Theory - Florian Brandl (Princeton)
via Zoom

Not the 2021 Theory Job Market (NT2021TM)

Title of paper: Belief-Averaged Relative Utilitarianism

Mon 1 Feb, '21
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Economic History Seminar - Chris Colvin (Queen's University, Belfast)
via Microsoft Teams
Tue 2 Feb, '21
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Applied Economics, Econometrics and Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar - Michele Tertilt
via Microsoft Teams
Wed 3 Feb, '21
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Seminar in Economic Theory - Paula Onuchic (New York)
via Zoom

Not the 2021 Theory Job Market (NT2021TM)

Title of paper: Advisors with Hidden Motives

Fri 5 Feb, '21
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Seminar in Economic Theory - Krishna Dasaratha (Harvard)
via Zoom

Not the 2021 Theory Job Market (NT2021TM)

Paper to be advised

Mon 8 Feb, '21
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Econometrics Seminar - Kenichi Shimizu (Glasgow/Brown)
via Microsoft Teams
Wed 10 Feb, '21
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Seminar in Economic Theory - Heidi Thysen (London School of Economics)
via Zoom

Not the 2021 Theory Job Market (NT2021TM)

Title of paper to be advised.

Fri 12 Feb, '21
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Seminar in Economic Theory - Duarte Goncalves (Columbia)
via Zoom

Not the 2021 Theory Job Market (NT2021TM)

Title of paper to be advised.

Mon 15 Feb, '21
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Economic History Seminar - Ellora Derenoncourt (Berkeley)
via Microsoft Teams
Tue 16 Feb, '21
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Applied Economics, Econometrics and Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar - Patricia Cortes
via Microsoft Teams
Wed 17 Feb, '21
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Seminar in Economic Theory - Satoru Takahashi (National University of Singapore)
via Zoom

Title of paper to be advised.

Thu 18 Feb, '21
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Macro/International Seminar - Adrian Bilal (Chicago)
via Microsoft Teams

Fuller details to be advised.

Mon 22 Feb, '21
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Econometrics Seminar - Florian Gunsilius (Michigan)

This Econometrics seminar is hosted by Bristol.

Tue 23 Feb, '21
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Applied Economics, Econometrics and Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar - Rachel Kranton
via Microsoft Teams
Wed 24 Feb, '21
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Seminar in Economic Theory - Nikhil Vellodi (Paris School of Economics)
via Zoom

Paper to be advised

Mon 1 Mar, '21
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Economic History Seminar - Felipe Valencia (UBC)
via Microsoft Teams
Wed 3 Mar, '21
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Seminar in Economic Theory - Todd Sarver (Duke)
via Zoom

Paper to be advised.

Mon 8 Mar, '21
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Econometrics Seminar - Shakeeb Khan (Boston College)
via Microsoft Teams
Wed 10 Mar, '21
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Seminar in Economic Theory - Kareen Rozen (Brown)
via Zoom

Paper to be advised.

Tue 16 Mar, '21
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Applied Economics, Econometrics and Public Policy (CAGE) Seminar - Seema Jayachandran
via Microsoft Teams
Wed 17 Mar, '21
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Seminar in Economic Theory - Lones Smith (Wisconsin-Madison)
via Zoom

Paper to be advised.