The Review of Economic Studies May 2010 meetings are to be held in S0.21, ground floor of the Social Sciences building at the University of Warwick, on 24th and 25th May 2010.
The draft programme is:
MONDAY 24th May
Professor Abhinay Muthoo
1.45pm Kirill EVDOKIMOV (Yale)
"Identification and Estimation of a Nonparametric Panel Data Model with Unobserved Heterogeneity"
Session chaired by Professor Valentina Corradi
3.00pm Benjamin HANDEL (Northwestern)
"Adverse Selection and Switching Costs in Health Insurance Markets: When Nudging Hurts"
Session chaired by Professor Gregory Crawford
4.15pm TEA / COFFEE BREAK
4.30pm Andrew SHEPHARD (UCL)
"Equilibrium Search and Tax Credit Reform"
Session chaired by Professor Mark Harrison
5.15pm Cynthia KINNAN (MIT)
"Distinguishing barriers to insurance in Thai villages"
Session chaired by Professor Chris Woodruff
6.30pm BREAK / Check-in at Scarman House
7.00pm Drinks in Scarman House Lounge bar
7.30pm Evening dinner in Courtyard, Scarman House
TUESDAY 25th May
9.30am Alp SIMSEK (MIT)
"When Optimists Need Credit: Asymmetric Filtering of Optimism and Implications for Asset Prices"
Session chaired by Professor Bhaskar Dutta
10.15am Florian SCHEUER (MIT)
"Entrepreneurial Taxation, Occupational Choice, and Credit Market Frictions"
Session chaired by Professor Robin Naylor
11.30am TEA / COFFEE BREAK
11.45am Pablo KURLAT (MIT)
"Lemons, Market Shutdowns and Learnings"
Session chaired by Dr Michael McMahon