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Events Calendar

14 - 20 April, 2019
April 15
  • 02:30pm - 04:00pm  Jared Rubin, Chapman University - Money, History and Finance

    “Political Legitimacy and the Institutional Foundations of Constitutional Government: The Case of England”

    02:30pm - 04:00pm | NJ Hall 101 | Coordinator: Michael Bordo

April 16
  • 02:50pm - 04:10pm  Diego Anzoategui, Rutgers University -  Macroeconomic Theory

    "(In)efficient Credit Booms in Frictional Credit Markets"

    02:50pm - 04:10pm | NJ Hall 105 | Coordinator: Roberto Chang

April 18
  • 04:00pm - 05:30pm  Yulong Wang, Syracuse University -  Econometrics

    “Nonparametric Sample Splitting”

    Abstract: This article develops a threshold regression model, where the threshold is determined by an unknown relation between two variables. The threshold function is estimated fully nonparametrically. Since the observations are allowed to be cross-sectionally dependent, our model can be applied to determine an unknown spatial border for sample splitting over a random field. The uniform rate of convergence and the nonstandard limiting distribution of the nonparametric threshold estimator are derived. The root-n consistency and the asymptotic normality of the regression coefficients are also derived. Empirical relevance is illustrated by estimating an economic border induced by the housing price difference between Queens and Brooklyn in New York City, where the economic border deviates substantially from the administrative one.

    04:00pm - 05:30pm | NJ Hall 3rd Floor Library | Coordinator: Yual Liao

Upcoming Events

Mon Nov 30 @ 2:30PM - 04:00PM
Money, History and Finance
Andrew Bossie, New Jersey City University
Tue Dec 01 @ 3:00PM - 04:30PM
Macroeconomic Theory
Agnese Leonello, European Central Bank
Thu Dec 03 @ 4:15PM - 05:30PM
Econometrics
Peng Ding, University of California, Berkeley
Fri Dec 04 @ 2:00PM - 03:00PM
Empirical Microeconomics
Bingxiao Wu, Rutgers University
Mon Dec 07 @ 2:00PM - 04:30PM
Money, History and Finance
Matthew Botsch, Bowdoin College