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Seminars ordinarily take place on Mondays from 17:00 to 18:30 in Room W317 (3rd floor), Queens' Building, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS. Nearby tube stations are Mile End and Stepney Green. (Here are directions and a map.)

For further information, please contact Christopher Tyson or Marcelo Fernandes.

   
October 2 Gianni De Fraja [ Leicester ]
The origin of utility
October 9 Rachel Ngai [ LSE ]
Trends in hours and economic growth
October 16 Amil Dasgupta [ LSE ]
The price of conformism
October 23 René Garcia [ Montréal ]
Assessing and valuing the non-linear structure of hedge fund returns
November 15
Harrison Hong [ Princeton ]
Do arbitrageurs amplify economic shocks?
November 20 Myrna Wooders [ Vanderbilt and Warwick ]
Strategic basins of attraction, the path dominance core, and network formation games
November 27 Thierry Magnac [ IDEI and Université Toulouse 1 Sciences Sociales ]
Partial identification in monotone binary models: Discrete regressors and interval data
December 4 Olivier Scaillet [ HEC Genève ]
Tikhonov regularization for functional minimum distance estimators
December 5
Emek Basker [ Missouri ]
Putting a smiley face on the dragon: Wal-Mart as catalyst to U.S.-China trade
January 15 Yongcheol Shin [ Leeds Business School ]
Optimal test for Markov switching GARCH models
January 22 Karim Abadir [ Tanaka Business School, Imperial College London ]
Distilling co-movements from persistent macro and financial series
January 29 David P. Myatt [ Oxford ]
The qualities of leadership: Direction, communication, and obfuscation
February 5 Kjetil Storesletten [ Oslo ]
Consumption and labor supply with partial insurance: An analytical framework
February 26 Adam Rosen [ UCL ]
Confidence sets for partially identified parameters that satisfy a finite number of moment inequalities
March 5 Martin Cripps [ UCL ]
Common learning
March 12 Clive Fraser [ Leicester ]
The company you keep: Qualitative uncertainty in the provision of club goods
March 19 Imran Rasul [ UCL ]
How to Make Friends and Influence Them: Social Networks and Peer Effects in the Workplace
March 26 Simon Lee [ UCL ]
Semiparametric estimation of a binary response model with a change-point due to a covariate threshold
April 16 Donatas Surgailis [ Institute of Mathematics and Informatics, Vilnius ]
The increment ratio statistic
June 25 Harry Paarsch [ Iowa ]
Semiparametric estimation in models of first-price, sealed-bid auctions with affiliation
 
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