Theory, History, and Development Seminar Series Tentative Schedule
Robbie Akerlof, Warwick University
Monday, April 10th
|"Persuasion for the Long Run"
James Best, University of Oxford
Monday, April 17th
|"Information Transmission under the Shadow of the Future (An Experiment on Reputation,
Rents and Deception)"
Emanuel Vespa, UCSB
Monday, April 24th
|"Altruism and strategic giving in children and adolescents"
Isabelle Brocas, USC
Monday, May 1st
|"Competition for Attention, Information Supply, and Coordination"
Isabel Trevino, UCSD
Monday, May 8th
|"Autocratic Rule and Social Capital: Evidence from Imperial China"
Melanie Xue, UCLA
Monday, June 5th
|"Fertility and Modernity"
Romain Wacziarg, UCLA
Monday, January 9th
|"A Theory of Colonial Governance"
Julius Agbor, Vanguard University
Monday, January 23rd
|"All Along the Watchtower: Linear Defenses and the Introduction of Serfdom in Russia"
Andrea Matranga, New Economic School
Monday, January 30th
Chris Chambers, UCSD
Monday, February 6th
|"A Neuroeconomic Model of Consumer Habit"
Colin Camerer, Caltech
Monday, February 13th
|"Planning for the Long Run: Programming with Patient Pareto Responsive Preferences"
Urmee Khan, UCR
Monday, February 27th
|"Repeated Games with General Time Preference"
Ichiro Obara, UCLA (Paper is available via hard copy per request)
Monday, March 6th
|"On multiple discount rates"
Federico Eichenique, Caltech
Monday, March 13th
|"Information and learning in strategic interactions: theory and evidence"
Heinrich Nax, ETH Zurich
Monday, March 20th
|"The Long-Term Effects of Management and Technology Transfer"
Michela Giorcelli, UCLA
Monday, September 26th
|"Persistent Social Networks: Civil War Veterans who Fought Together Co-Locate in Later
Dora Costa, UCLA
Monday, October 3rd
|"Elite Identity and Political Accountability: A Tale of Ten Islands"
Jean-Paul Carvalho, UC Irvine
Monday, October 10th
|"Nonlinear Pricing with Competition and Complete Information"
Guofu Tan, USC
Monday, November 7th
"Framing in Expected Utility and Multiple Priors Models"
|"Lone Wolf or Herd Animal? An Experiment on Choice of Information and Social Learning"
John Duffy, UC Irvine
Monday, November 21st
|"Political Language in Economics"
Suresh Naidu, Columbia
Monday, November 28th
|"General Equilibrium Effects of (Improving) Public Employment Programs: Experimental
Evidence from India"
Karthik Muralidharan, UCSD
Monday, December 5th
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