Monday January 26, Filip Rozsypal, University of Cambridge.
Title: "Schumpeterian Business Cycles"

Wednesday January 28, Andreas Steinmayr, University of Chicago.
Title: "When a Random Sample is Not Random. Bounds on the Effect of Migration on Household Members Left Behind"

Thursday January 29, Erika Deserranno, LSE.
Title: "Financial Incentives as Signals:Experimental Evidence from the Recruitment of Health Workers"

Monday February 2, Hedvig Horváth, University of California, Berkeley.
Title: "Classroom Assignment Policies and Implications for Teacher Value-Added Estimation"

Monday February 9, Thomas Le Barbanchon, CREST.
Title: "Optimal Partial Unemployment Insurance: Evidence from Bunching in the U.S."

Tuesday February 10, Hans-Joachim Voth, University of Zurich.
Title: "Bowling for Fascism: Social Capital and the Rise of the Nazi Party"

Wednesday February 11, Sebastian Dyrda, University of Minnesota.
Title: "Fluctuations in Uncertainty, Efficient Borrowing Constraints and Firm Dynamics"

Friday February 13, Benjamin Schoefer, Harvard University.
Title: "The Financial Channel of Wage Rigidity"