Micro-Economic Policy Seminar (MEPS)

April 13th: Jonathan Schulz (George Mason University) “Recombination Potential and Innovation”

Tuesday, April 13, 2021 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM

The Micro-Economic Policy Seminar (MEPS) is a weekly series of paper presentations on economic policy topics organized by the Center for Micro-Economic Policy Research (CMEPR). See details on the plans for this semester below.  All are welcome to attend and participate.

Other seminar schedules, as well as links to the speakers’ websites and papers, can be found on the CMEPR website (cmepr.gmu.edu).

MEPS (Micro-Economic Policy Seminar) has upcoming research seminars – all are welcome!

Spring 2021 Seminars will be, unless otherwise indicated, held every Tuesday from 11:00 am-12:00 pm EST on the Zoom meeting platform (link)

March 9th: Suresh Naidu (Columbia University) “Labor Market Power and Dignity at America’s Largest Employer”

March 16th: Jim Alm (Tulane University) “Opportunity Zones and Local Economic Development”

March 23rd: Oyebola M. Okunogbe (World Bank)

March 30th: Nada Eissa (Georgetown, McCourt School)

April 6th: Adam Leive (University of Virginia) “Overpaying and Undersaving: Correlated Mistakes in Retirement Saving and Health Insurance Choices”

April 13th: Jonathan Schulz (George Mason University) “Recombination Potential and Innovation”

April 20th: David Deming (Harvard, Kennedy School)

April 27th: Juliana Londono (University of California, Los Angeles)