Roc Armenter, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia - Macroeconomic Theory
A Model of the Federal Funds Market: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
02:50pm - 04:20pm | NJ Hall 105 | Coordinator: Diego Anzoategui
Anne Hanley, Northern Illinois University - Money, History and Finance
"Standardizing the Brazilian Nation in the Nineteenth Century"
02:30pm - 04:00pm | NJ Hall 101 | Coordinator: Hugh Rockoff
Conversations with Distinguished Alumni: Morris Goldstein - Special Event Seminar
Former Deputy Director of Research at the IMF and former Senior Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics Morris Goldstein recently retired from the the Peterson Institute for International Economics where for many years he held the Dennis Weatherstone Chair. Prior to joining Peterson in 1994, Dr. Goldstein spent twenty five years on the IMF staff, the last eight as Deputy Director of the IMF’s Research Department. In 1999, he was the Project Director for the Council on Foreign Relations’ blue-ribbon task force on the international financial architecture.
03:00pm - 04:00pm | Murray Hall, Room 111 (CAC) | Coordinator: Thomas Prusa
Kali Rath, University of Notre Dame - Micro Theory/Experimental Seminar
03:45pm - 05:15pm | NJ Hall room 105 | Coordinator: Tomas Sjostrom
Enrique Mendoza, University of Pennsylvania - Macroeconomic Theory
"Liability Dollarization, Sudden Stops & Optimal Financial Policy"
02:00pm - 04:00pm | NJ Hall 3r Floor Library | Coordinator: Diego Anzoategui
Francis Vella, Georgetown University - Econometrics
"Nonseparable sample selection models with censored selection rules: Decomposing US wage growth for 1976-2016"
04:00pm - 05:30pm | NJ Hall 3rd Floor Library | Coordinator: Yuan Liao
Yutian Yang, and Michael Cassidy Rutgers University (Graduate Students) - Empirical Microeconomics
"Does Economic Prosperity Induce Unhealthy Behaviors?--Evidence From China"
and “A Home Away from (or Nearby) Home: Homeless Family Responses to Exogenous Benefit Variation in New York City”
02:00pm - 03:30pm | NJ Hall 3rd Floor Library | Coordinator: Rosanne Altshuler
Lisa Cook, Michigan State University - Money, History and Finance
"A New National Lynching Data Set and New Explanations for Lynching Behavior in the United States, 1684-1983"
Paper "Violence and Economic Activity: Evidence from African American Patents, 1870 to 1940"
02:30pm - 04:00pm | NJ Hall 3rd Floor Library | Coordinator: Hugh Rockoff
Filippo Pavesi, University of Verona - Micro Theory/Experimental Seminar
03:45pm - 05:15pm | | Coordinator:
High Frequency Financial Econometrics - Special Event Seminar
08:30am - 06:00pm | Academic Building, Room 1180, (CAC), 15 Seminary Place, New Brunswick, NJ | Coordinator: Xiye Yang, Mingmian Cheng, Jungjun Choi
Matthew Weinberg, Drexel University - Empirical Microeconomics
02:00pm - 03:30pm | NJ Hall 3rd Floor Library | Coordinator: Rosanne Altshuler, Anne Morrison Piehl
Gianluca Benigno, LSE (visiting the IMF) - Macroeconomic Theory
02:50pm - 04:20pm | NJ Hall 3rd Floor Library | Coordinator: Roberto Chang
Seminar Speaker, Yilin Wu, Rutgers University (Graduate Student) - Empirical Microeconomics
“Concentration or Dispersion: Ethnic Spatial and Occupational Pattern of Asian and Hispanic American and Its Labor Market Impact”
02:00pm - 02:45pm | NJ Hall 3rd Floor Library | Coordinator: Rosanne Altshuler