Tuesday, March 19, 2019 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Van Metre Hall (formerly Founders Hall), #479
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 2019 Seminars will be, unless otherwise indicated, every Tuesday at 11-12:15, in Founders Hall 479.
January 22: Carlos Ramirez (George Mason University, Economics) “The Real Effects of Liquidity: Evidence from a Quasi-Natural Experiment in Puerto Rico”
January 29: Sebastian Galiani (University of Maryland) “Persuasion by Populist Propaganda: Individual Level Evidence from the 2015 Argentine Ballotage”
February 5: Filipe Campante (Johns Hopkins University, Economics) “Title – TBD”
February 12: Chris J. Kennedy (George Mason University, Environmental Science and Policy) “Natural resources and environmental change: interactions with management institutions drive alternative stable equilibria”
February 19: Tom DeLeire (Georgetown University) “Title – TBD”
February 26: Katharine Abraham (University of Maryland) “Title – TBD”
March 5: Jessica Leight (American University) “Exporting out of Agriculture: The Impact of WTO Accession on Structural Transformation in China”
March 12: Spring Break
March 19: Ritam Chaurey (Johns Hopkins University, SAIS) “Title – TBD”
April 2: Heiwai Tang (Johns Hopkins University, SAIS) “Title – TBD”
April 9: Dan Ringo (Federal Reserve Board) “Title – TBD”
April 16: Donna Feir (Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis) “Title – TBD”
April 23: Dan Cao (Georgetown University) “Title – TBD”
April 30: Natalia Radchenko (American University) “Title – TBD”
May 7: John Sabelhaus (Federal Reserve Board) “Lifecycle Dynamics of US Saving and Wealth Accumulation”