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Monday, 10 December 2001 16:10–17:30
Macroeconomics/Public economics
Martin Gervais (Queen's University)
On the Optimality of Age-Dependent Taxes and the Progressive U.S. Tax System
Coach House Conference Room Organizer: Diego Restuccia
 
Tuesday, 12 March 2002 2:00– 3:30
Industrial organization/Public economics
Eduardo Engel (Yale University)
Highway Franchising and Real Estate Values (joint with R. Fisher and A. Galetovich)
Coach House Conference Room Organizer: Nadia Soboleva
 
Wednesday, 17 April 2002 2:00– 3:30
Business economics/Public economics
Dennis Epple (Carnegie-Mellon University)
Admission and Financial Aid Policies in the Market for Higher Education in Equilibrium
Woodsworth, room 119 Organizer: Ignatius Horstmann
 
Thursday, 3 February 2005 11:10–12:30
Public economics
Eric D Werker (Harvard University)
How Much is a Seat on the Security Council Worth? Foreign Aid and Bribery at the United Nations
Sidney Smith, room 3130 Organizer: Michael Smart
 
Monday, 7 February 2005 14:10–15:30
Public economics
Ethan D Kaplan (University of California)
Political Threats and Patterns of Campaign Contributions: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis
Sidney Smith, room 3130 Organizer: Robert McMillan
 
Wednesday, 9 February 2005 14:10–15:30
Public economics
Ozge Kemahlioglu (Columbia University)
'When the Agent Becomes the Boss: The Politics of Public Employment'
Coach House Conference Room Organizer: Melvyn A. Fuss
 
Monday, 23 January 2006 16:10–17:30
Public economics
Insun Kang (University of Rochester)
Strategic Challengers and the Incumbency Advantage
Sidney Smith, room 5017A Organizer: Joanne K. Roberts
 
Thursday, 2 February 2006 16:10–17:30
Public economics
William Minozzi (Stanford University)
Ideas For Sale
Sidney Smith, room 5017A Organizer: Robert McMillan
 
Wednesday, 8 February 2006 16:10–17:30
Public economics
Rebecca L. Thornton (Harvard University)
The Demand for and Impact of Learning HIV Status: Evidence from a Field Experiment
Sidney Smith, room 3130 Organizer: Loren Brandt
 
Thursday, 9 February 2006 16:10–17:30
Public economics
Frederico S Finan (University of California)
Exposing Corrupt Politicians:The Effect of Brazil's Publicly Released Audits on Electoral Outcomes
(joint with Claudio Ferraz (UC Berkeley and IPEA, Brazil))
Sidney Smith, room 3130 Organizer: Gustavo Bobonis
 
Tuesday, 28 February 2006 12:00–13:30
Public economics
Joshua B Fischman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Collegial Decision Making in the Courts of Appeals: An Empirical Analysis
Flavelle Building, Law School, Faculty Lounge Organizer: Joanne K. Roberts
 
Tuesday, 28 March 2006 16:10–17:30
Public economics
James Robinson (Harvard)
The Persistence of Power, Elites and Institutions
Sidney Smith, room 1072 Organizer: Joanne K. Roberts
 
Wednesday, 17 January 2007 16:10–17:30
Public economics
Daniela Iorio (University of Southern California)
Electoral Uncertainty and the Stability of Coalition Governments
Sidney Smith, room 5017A Organizer: Carlos Serrano
 
Wednesday, 3 December 2008 16:10–17:30
Public economics
Branko Boskovic (University of Toronto)
Optimal Income Taxation, Redistribution and Heterogeneous Preferences
Sidney Smith, room 5017A Organizer: Robert McMillan
 
Tuesday, 21 September 2010 16:10–17:30
Economic theory/Public economics
Stephen Coate (Cornell University)
Property Taxation, Zoning and Efficiency: A Dynamic Analysis
Max Gluskin House, room 100 Organizer: Martin J. Osborne
 
Thursday, 2 February 2012 16:10–17:30
Public economics
David R. Agrawal (University of Michigan)
The Tax Gradient: Do Local Sales Taxes Reduce Tax Differentials at State Borders?
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizer: Robert McMillan
 
Friday, 17 February 2012 16:10–17:30
Public economics
Lorenz Kueng (UC Berkeley)
Tax News: Identifying the Household Consumption Response to Tax Expectations using Bond Prices
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizer: Nicholas Li
 
Wednesday, 30 January 2013 16:10–17:30
Public economics
David Seim (Institute for International Econ)
"Real or Evasion Responses to the Wealth Tax? Theory and Evidence from Sweden"
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizer: Robert McMillan
 
Friday, 8 February 2013 16:10–17:30
Public economics
David B Cashin (University of Michigan)
Characterizing INtertemporal Substitution via Pre-Accounced VAT Increase: Evidence from Japan
Max Gluskin House, room 100 Organizer: Philip Oreopoulos
 
Monday, 23 February 2015 16:10–17:30
Public economics
Itzik Fadlon (Harvard University)
Household Responses to Severe Health Shocks and the Design of Social Insurance
(joint with Torben Nielsen)
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizer: Robert McMillan
 
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 13:00–14:00
Public economics
Peter Bergman (Teachers College Columbia University)
Parent-Child Information Frictions and Human Capital Investment: Evidence from a Field Experiment
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizer: Robert McMillan
 
Monday, 23 January 2017 16:10–17:30
Public economics
Michael Carlos Best (Stanford University)
Individuals and Organizations as Sources of State Effectiveness, and Consequences for Policy Design
(joint with Jonas Hjort and David Szakonyi)
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizer: Robert McMillan
 
Monday, 27 January 2020 16:10–17:30
Public economics
Clara Martínez-Toledano (École d'Économie de Paris (Paris School of Economics))
House Price Cycles, Wealth Inequality and Portfolio Reshuffling
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizer: Clementine Van Effenterre
 
Tuesday, 11 January 2022 11:10–12:30
Public economics/Industrial organization
Jaehee Song (Yale University)
The Effects of Residential Zoning in U.S. housing Markets
Online Organizer: Yao Luo
 
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