Fall 2017 - Norman Swanson and Roger Klein
Spring 2018
- Yuan Liao and Xiye Yang

  • All seminars will be held in the New Jersey Hall 3rd Floor Library on Thursdays at 4:00 p.m., unless otherwise noted.
  • Papers can be downloaded from the Department's website when available in advance.
  • Schedule of Dates and Speakers may change.

See all Econometrics Workshops in the calendar

Spring 2018

March 22
Frank Schorfheide, University of Pennsylvania

April 12
Francis Vella, Georgetown University

Fall 2018

September 20
Adam Rosen, Duke University

November 1
Federico Bandi, Johns Hopkins University

 Fall 2017

September 14
Yixiao (Ethan) Jiang, Rutgers University (Graduate Studen)
"The Profits and Perils of Rapport: Pass-throughs and Conflicts of Interest in Credit Ratings"

October 5
Hiroaki Kaido, Boston University

Friday, November 3 (*Note change in day)
Simon Lee, Columbia University

Abstract: In this paper, we set up an econometric model of persuasion, point out the key parameters of interest, and study identification of these parameters. We employ the potential outcome framework to define the persuasion rate and characterize identification of the impacts of persuasion under various data scenarios. We illustrate our findings by applying them to two strands of the literature: the effects of media on voting and door-to-door fund raising. Our empirical results show that the heterogeneous effect of persuasion is ubiquitous among all of our applications and that the estimates of the persuasive effects can be compared across different studies under weak conditions on underlying economic and econometric models.

November 9 - CANCELLED
Weiqi Xiong, Rutgers University (Graduate Student)

November 16
Mingmian Cheng, Rutgers University (Graduate Student)

November 30
Bruce Hansen, University of Wisconsin
“The Exact Distribution of the t-Ratio with Robust and Clustered Standard Errors”

Abstract: This paper derives a computable form for the exact distribution of the White and cluster-robust t-ratio in the linear regression model, under the assumption of i.i.d. normal errors. The exact distribution can be quite different from the conventional normal and t approximations when the regression design is highly leveraged. The exact distribution eliminates this distortion.

December 6 - (Note day and time change Wednesday,  4:15 - 5:45pm)
Sungkyung Lee, Rutgers University (Graduate Student)

December 13 (Note change in day and time Wednesday, 1:00 - 2:30pm)
Mingmian Cheng


Upcoming Events

Fri Sep 18 @ 3:00PM - 04:00PM
Empirical Microeconomics
Jacob Bastian, Rutgers University
Mon Sep 21 @ 2:30PM - 04:00PM
Money, History and Finance
Simon Hinrichsen, London School of Economics
Fri Sep 25 @ 3:00PM - 04:00PM
Empirical Microeconomics
Maria Rosales, Rutgers University - Newark
Mon Sep 28 @ 2:30PM - 04:00PM
Money, History and Finance
Angela Vossmeyer, Claremont College
Wed Sep 30 @ 2:45PM - 04:15PM
Micro Theory/Experimental Seminar
Xuesong Huang, Rutgers University Graduate Student
Thu Oct 01 @ 1:30PM - 03:00PM
Xu Han, Temple University
Fri Oct 02 @ 3:00PM - 04:00PM
Empirical Microeconomics
Amanda Agan, Rutgers University
Mon Oct 05 @ 2:30PM - 04:00PM
Money, History and Finance
John Landon-Lane, Rutgers University
Thu Oct 08 @ 1:30PM - 03:00PM
Michael Leung, University of Southern California
Fri Oct 09 @ 2:00PM - 03:00PM
Empirical Microeconomics
Yeonbin Yang, Rutgers University Graduate Student
Mon Oct 12 @ 2:30PM - 04:00PM
Money, History and Finance
Peter Veru, University of Colorado
Fri Oct 16 @ 3:00PM - 04:00PM
Empirical Microeconomics
Jennifer Hunt, Rutgers University
Wed Oct 21 @ 2:45PM - 04:15PM
Micro Theory/Experimental Seminar
R. Vijay Krishna, Rutgers University Graduate Student
Fri Oct 23 @ 3:00PM - 04:00PM
Empirical Microeconomics
Suwei Luo, Rutgers University Graduate Student
Mon Oct 26 @ 2:30PM - 04:00PM
Money, History and Finance
Nathan Sussman, Geneva