Monday 13 January at 10:00 

Dita Eckardt, London School of Economics
Title: Are Chemists Good Bankers? Returns to the Match between Training and Occupation.

Wednesday 15 January at 13:30 

Bruno Pellegrino, University of California, Los Angeles
Title: Product Differentiation, Oligopoly, and Resource Allocation.

Friday 17 January at 10:00 

Pengpeng Xiao, Yale University
Title: Wage and Employment Discrimination by Gender in Labor Market Equilibrium.

Monday 20 January at 10:00 

Juliette Thibaud, University of Zurich
Title: Aiming Higher: Spillover Effects of Affirmative Action in Higher Education.

Friday 24 January at 10:00 

Laia Navarro-Sola, Northwestern University
Title: Secondary School Expansion through Televised Lessons: The Labor Market Returns of the Mexican Telesecundaria.

Monday 27 January at 15:00 

Joshua Weiss, New York University
Title: Intangible Investment and Market Concentration.

Wednesday 29 January at 13:30 

Nick Sander, University of California, Berkeley
Title: Causal Effects of Capital Inflows.

Thursday 30 January at 10:00 

Yoko Okuyama, Yale University
Title: Toward Better Informed Decision-Making: The Impacts of a Mass Media Campaign on Women's Outcomes in Occupied Japan.

Friday 31 January at 10:00 

Maarten de Ridder, Cambridge University
Title: Market Power and Innovation in the Intangible Economy.

Monday 3 February at 10:00 

Susanna Berkouwer, University of California, Berkeley
Title: Credit and Attention in the Adoption of Porfitable Energy Efficient Technologies in Kenya. (with Joshua T. Dean)

Tuesday 4 February at 13:00 

Katarina Jensen, University of California, Berkeley
Title: The Political Consequences of Immigration: Evidence from Refugee Shocks in Denmark.