Monday 25 January

Nitya Pandalai-Nayar, University of Austin Texas
The Long and Short (Run) of Trade Elasticities (with Christoph E. Boehm and Anderi A. Levchencko)

Wednesday 27 January

Sebastian Ottinger, UCLA
Immigrants, Industries, and Path Dependence

Friday 29 January

Elisa Macchi, University of Zurich
Worth Your Weight: Experimental Evidence on the Benefits of Obesity in Low-Income Countries

Tuesday 2 February

Masao Fukui, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
A Theory of Wage Rigidity and Unemployment Fluctuations with On-the-Job Search

Wednesday 3 February

Maxwell Kellogg, University of Chicago
Household Self-Insurance and the Value of Disability Insurande in the United States

Thursday 4 February

Bence Bardoczy, Northwestern University
Spousal Insurance and the Amplification of Business Cycles

Monday 8 February

Lukasz Rachel, London School of Economics (LSE)
Leisure-Enhancing Technological Change

Wednesday 10 February

Jane Olmstead-Rumsey, Northwestern University
Market Concentration and the Productivity Slowdown

Thursday 11 February

Allan Hsiao, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Coordination and Commitment in International Climate Action: Evidence from Palm Oil

Monday 22 February

Gustavo de Souza, University of Chicago
The Labor Market Consequences of Appropriate Technology