Thursday 21st of February at 15.00, Heather Sarsons, Chicago Booth.
Title: Interpreting Signals in the Labor Market: Evidence from Medical Referrals.

Tuesday 5 March at 13.00, Barbara Petrongolo, Queen Mary University of London.
Professor Petrongolo in a seminar at the SNS in collaboration with the IIES on the 6th of March

Thursday 7 March at 15.00, Guy Michaels, London School of Economics.
Title: Individual Consequences of Occupational Decline, with Per Anders Edin, Tiernan Evans, Georg Graetz and Sofia Hernnäs.

Tuesday 12 March at 13.00, Ludwig Straub, Harvard University.
Title: Investment, heterogeneity, inattention.

Thursday 14 March at 15.00, Kalina Manova, UCL.
Title: Productivity, (Mis)allocation and Trade, with Antoine Berthou, Charlotte Sandoz Dit Bragard and John Jong-Hyun Chung.

Tuesday 19 March at 13.00, Fabian Waldinger, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich.
Title: Discrimination, Managers, and Firm Performance: Evidence from “Aryanizations” in Nazi Germany, with Kilian Huber & Volker Lindenthal.

Tuesday 26 March at 13.00, Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln, Goethe University Frankfurt.
Title: Explaining Hours Worked Across and Within Countries: Income Effects vs. Taxes and Transfers.

Tuesday 2 April at 13.00, Paula Bustos, CEMFI.
Title: Capital Accumulation and Structural Transformation, with Jacopo Ponticelli and Gabriel Garber

Thursday 4 April at 15.00, Joan Llull, Autonoma.
Title: Title: Selective Immigration Policies and the U.S. Labor Market

Thursday 11 April at 15.00, Adam Szeidl, CEU.

Title: Direct and Indirect Effects of Financial Access on SMEs, with Jing Cai.

Tuesday 16 April at 13.00, Heather Schofield, Perelman School of Medicine and The Wharton School.
Title: Sleepless in Chennai: The Consequences of Improving Sleep among the Urban Poor.

Tuesday 30 April at 13.00, Ludo Visschers, University of Edinburgh.
Title: Unemployment and Endogenous Reallocation over the Business Cycle, with Carlos Carrillo-Tudela, Essex

Tuesday 7 Maj at 13.00, Martin Beraja, MIT Economics.
Title: Skill-biased Technological Transitions

Tuesday 14 May at 13.00, Gianluca Violante, Princeton University.
Title: Firm and Worker Dynamics in a Frictional Labor Market

Tuesday 21 May at 13.00, Hunt Alcott, New York University.
Title: Payday Lending, Behavioral Bias, and Consumer Protection, with Joshua Kim, Dmitry Taubinsky, and Jonathan Zinman.

Thursday 23 May at 15.00, Rema Hanna, Harvard Kennedy School.
Title: The challenges of universal health insurance in developing countries: Evidence from a large-scale randomized experiment in Indonesia, with Abhijit Banerjee, Amy Finkelstein, Benjamin Olken, Arianna Ornaghi and Sudarno Sumarto.

Tuesday 28 May at 13.00, Susanto Basu, Boston College.
Title: Should Central Banks Target Investment Prices? with Pierre De Leo.

Wednesday 19th of June at ca 15.00, Petra Persson, Stanford University.
Title: Hur kan ojämlikheter i hälsa och livslängd minskas? Seminar in Swedish.

Job Talks

Tuesday 15 January at 14:00, Laura Castillo-Martinez, LSE.
Title: Sudden Stops, Productivity and the Exchange Rate.

Wednesday 16 January at 14:00, Alessandra Peter, Stanford University.
Title: Owning Up: Closely Held Firms and Wealth Inequality.

Monday 21 January at 10:00, Francesca Parodi, UCL.
Title: Taxation o Durables, Non-durables and Earnings with Heterogeneous Preferences.

Wednesday 23 January at 14:00, Siddharth George, Harvard University.
Title: Like Father, Like Son? The Effect of Political Dynasties on Economic Development.

Wednesday 30 January at 14:30, Kieran Larkin, UCL.
Title: Job Risk, Separation Shocks and Household Asset Allocation.

Friday 1 February at 10:00, Travis Baseler, Stanford University.
Title: Hidden Income and the Perceived Returns to Migration: Experimental Evidence from Kenya.

Monday 4 February at 10:00, Andreas Stegmann, CEMFI.
Title: The Effects of Cross-Regime Interpersonal Contact on the Support for Authoritarian Regimes.

Tuesday 5 February at 10:00, Julia Salmi, Aalto University.
Title: Endogenous Learning from Incremental Actions.

Wednesday 6 February at 10:00, Xuan Li, Columbia.
Title: The Costs of Workplace Favoritism: Evidence from Promotions in Chinese High Schools.

Monday 11 February at 10.00, Fabian Eckert, Yale University.
Title: Growing Apart: Tradable Services and the Fragmentation of the U.S Economy.

Tuesday 12 February at 10.00, Tatjana Kleineberg, Yale University.
Title: Can We Save the American Dream: A Dynamic General Equilibrium Analysis
of the Effects of School Financing
(co-authored with Fabian Eckert).