Empirical Industrial Organisation and Microeconometrics Seminar (Empirical IO)

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The Empirical IO / Microeconometrics Seminar was added to the Department's seminar series during the Winter/Spring Semester in 2020.

It focuses on research that combines methodological and empirical components, with topics in industrial organisation and applied microeconomics. It invites leading international scholars in these fields to present their recent work and creates a forum to promote and exchange ideas. Faculty and students from all fields are welcome to the seminar. Individual meetings scheduled during the day provide further opportunity to engage with the speaker.

The seminar is organised by Marleen MARRA and Junnan HE.

Upcoming Empirical IO Seminar

FALL SEMESTER 2021

September 14th - Kei KAWAI (Berkeley)
Using Bid Rotation and Incumbency to Detect Collusion: A Regression Discontinuity Approach

September 28th - Frank VERBOVEN (Leuven University)
Private Monopoly and Restricted Entry: Evidence from the Notary Profession

October 12th - Stéphane BONHOMME (Chicago)
Production and Collaboration in Networks: An Empirical Framework

November 9th - Jeremy FOX (Rice University)
Measuring the Welfare Gains from Cardinal-Preference Pseudomarkets in School Choice

November 23rd - Federico CILIBERTO (University of Virginia)
An Event Study Approach to Valuing Pharmaceutical Drugs

*FRIDAY* December 10th - Isabelle PERRIGNE (Rice University) and Quang VUONG (NYU)
Multidimensional Auctions of Contracts: An Empirical Analysis
*exceptional scheduling*

Winter-Spring Semester 2022

March 15th - Nikhil AGARWAL (MIT)
Demand Analysis under Latent Choice Constraints

March 29th - Nicholas PAPAGEORGE (John's Hopkins University)
Genetic Endowments, Income Dynamics, and Wealth Accumulation Over the Lifecycle

April 12th - Kevin WILLIAMS (Yale School of Management)
Organizational Structure and Pricing: Evidence from a Large U.S. Airline

May 10th - Suphanit PIYAPROMDEE (University College London) 
The Minimum Wage Effects on Earnings and Sorting: A Wage-Mobility Discrete Type Approach

May 24th - Vishal KAMAT (Visiting Faculty on leave from Toulouse School of Economics) 
Estimating Welfare Effects in a Nonparametric Choice Model: The Case of School Vouchers

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