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Monday, 1 October 2001 16:10–17:30
Industrial organization/Urban and real estate economics
Diego Puga (University of Toronto)
From sectoral to functional urban specialisation
Coach House Conference Room Organizer: Nadia Soboleva
 
Tuesday, 30 October 2001 16:10–17:30
International trade/Urban and real estate economics
Angela No (University of Toronto)
Technology uptake: The role of agglomeration
Front Conference Room Organizer: Daniel Trefler
 
Thursday, 7 February 2002 16:10–17:30
Macroeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Esteban Rossi-Hansberg (Chicago)
Optimal Urban Land Use and Zoning
Coach House Conference Room Organizer: Diego Puga
 
Friday, 1 March 2002 16:10–17:30
International trade/Urban and real estate economics
Edward L. Glaeser (Harvard)
The Rise of the Regulatory State
(joint with Andrei Shleifer)
Coach House Conference Room Organizer: Diego Puga
 
Wednesday, 6 March 2002 16:10–17:30
International trade/Urban and real estate economics
Meric Gertler (University of Toronto)
Tacit Knowledge and the Economic Geography of Context
Coach House Conference Room Organizer: Daniel Trefler
 
Monday, 25 March 2002 16:10–17:30
Industrial organization/Urban and real estate economics
Patrick Bayer (Yale University)
Exploring the Causes of Residential Segregation: an Equilibrium Analysis of Neighborhood Sorting
Coach House Conference Room Organizer: Robert McMillan
 
Wednesday, 3 April 2002 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics/Labour economics
Pierre-Philippe Combes (Boston University)
Wage differences across French local labour markets: Endowments, skills, and interactions
Coach House Conference Room Organizer: Diego Puga
 
Monday, 7 October 2002 16:10–17:30
Business economics/Urban and real estate economics
Tom Holmes (Minnesota)
The Role of Cities: Evidence from the Placement of Sales Offices
Rotman, room 133 Organizer: Ignatius Horstmann
 
Friday, 1 November 2002 16:10–17:30
Labour economics/Urban and real estate economics
Randal Walsh (University of Colorado)
Analyzing Open Space Policies in a Location Model with Endogenous Landscape Amenities
Coach House Conference Room Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Monday, 4 November 2002 16:00–17:30
Business economics/Urban and real estate economics
Will Strange (University of Toronto)
The Urban Rat Race
Rotman, room 147 Organizer: Ignatius Horstmann
 
Monday, 17 March 2003 13:00–14:30
International trade/Urban and real estate economics
Diego Puga (University of Toronto)
Sprawl: A portrait from space
(joint with Marcy Burchfield, Henry G. Overman, and Matthew A. Turner)
Coach House Conference Room Organizer: Diego Puga
 
Thursday, 18 September 2008 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Anthony Briant (UC Berkeley)
DOTS TO BOXES: DO THE SIZE AND SHAPE OF SPATIAL UNITS JEOPARDIZE ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY ESTIMATIONS?
(joint with Pierre-Philippe Combes and Miren Lafourcade)
Rotman, room 133 Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Thursday, 23 October 2008 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Tom Davidoff (UC Berkeley)
Home Prices Grow Where Location Matters
Rotman, room 145 Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Thursday, 30 October 2008 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Maria M Ferreyra (Carnegie Melllon)
An Empirical Framework for Large-Scale Policy Analysis, with an Application to School Finance Reform in Michigan
Rotman, room 133 Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Monday, 10 November 2008 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics/Business economics
Albert Saiz (Wharton)
City Beautiful
Rotman, room 133 Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Monday, 17 November 2008 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Tomoya Mori (University of Kyoto)
On the new empirical regularities among industrial location behavior, industrial diversity and population sizes of cities in Japan
Sidney Smith, room 5017A Organizer: Gilles Duranton
 
Thursday, 4 December 2008 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Dan McMillen (University of Illinois at Chicago)
Reforms, Tax Limits, and the Distribution of School Expenditures: A Quantile Approach
(joint with Larry D. Singell, Jr.)
Rotman, room 133 Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Monday, 8 December 2008 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Pat Bayer (Duke)
cancelled
Rotman, room 133 Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Thursday, 1 October 2009 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Guy Michaels (LSE)
Do Oil Windfalls Improve Living Standards? Evidence from Brazil
(joint with Francesco Caselli)
Max Gluskin House, room 168 Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Thursday, 5 November 2009 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Chris Timmins (Duke)
A Theory-Based Approach to Hedonic Price Regressions with Time-Varying Unobserved Product Attributes: The Price of Pollution
(joint with Patrick Bajari, Jane Cooley, Kyoo il Kim)
Rotman, room 134 Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Friday, 13 November 2009 13:00–14:00
Urban and real estate economics
Victor Couture (University of Toronto)
A mechanism for knowledge transfers in cities
Max Gluskin House, room 100 Organizer: Gilles Duranton
 
Friday, 13 November 2009 14:00–15:00
Urban and real estate economics
Lu Han (University of Toronto)
Search and Matching in the Housing Markets
(joint with David Genesove)
Max Gluskin House, room 100 Organizer: Gilles Duranton
 
Friday, 13 November 2009 15:30–16:30
Urban and real estate economics
Marcello Pagnini (Bank of Italy (visiting UoT))
Agglomeration and selection effects in local markets
Max Gluskin House, room 100 Organizer: Gilles Duranton
 
Friday, 13 November 2009 16:30–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Stephan Heblich (Max Plank Institute of Economics (visiting UoT))
From Russia with Love: The Impact of Re-Located Firms on Incumbent Survival
Max Gluskin House, room 100 Organizer: Gilles Duranton
 
Thursday, 10 December 2009 15:30–17:00
Urban and real estate economics
Alex Pfaff (Duke)
REDD Roads? spatial frontier dynamics & spatial variation in causal impacts
(joint with Juan Robalino)
Max Gluskin House, room 168 Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Thursday, 21 January 2010 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Nathan Wozny (Princeton University)
Gasoline Prices, Fuel Economy, and the Energy Paradox
(joint with Hunt Alcott)
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Thursday, 25 March 2010 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics/Empirical microeconomics
Enrico Moretti (U.C. Berkeley)
Real Wage Inequality
Rotman, room 127 Organizers: Gustavo Bobonis and Matthew Turner
 
Thursday, 23 September 2010 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics/International trade
Gilles Duranton (University of Toronto)
California Dreamin’: The feeble case for cluster policies
Rotman, room 157 Organizer: Gilles Duranton
 
Thursday, 21 October 2010 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Abdullah Yavas (University of Wisconsin)
Adverse Selection in Mortgage Securitization
(joint with Sumit Agarwal and Yan Chang)
Rotman, room 134 Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Thursday, 9 December 2010 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
David Albouy (University of Michigan)
Metropolitan Land Values and Housing Productivity
(joint with Gabriel Ehrlich)
Rotman, room 134 Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Thursday, 17 March 2011 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Morris Davis (University of Wisconsin)
Macroeconomic Implications of Agglomeration
(joint with Jonas D.M. Fisher, Toni M. Whited)
Max Gluskin House, room 100 Organizer: Matthew Turner
 
Thursday, 12 April 2012 13:00–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Urban and Real Estate Day (with presentations by P. Morrow, J. Jofre-Monseny, V. Couture, and W. Strange)
Lunch will be provided
Max Gluskin House, room 100 Organizer: Gilles Duranton
 
Monday, 30 September 2013 14:30–16:00
Urban and real estate economics
Dave Donaldson (MIT)
Railroads and American Economic Growth: A "Market Access" Approach
(joint with Richard Hornbeck)
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Marco Gonzalez-Navarro and Matthew Turner
 
Monday, 18 November 2013 14:40–16:00
Urban and real estate economics
Erik Hurst (University of Chicago Booth)
Regional Risk Sharing Through the U.S. Mortgage Market
(joint with Ben Keys, Amit Seru and Joe Vavra)
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Marco Gonzalez-Navarro and William Strange
 
Monday, 25 November 2013 14:40–16:00
Urban and real estate economics
Nathaniel Baum-Snow (Brown)
Urban Transport Expansions, Employment Decentralization, and the Spatial Scope of Agglomeration Economies
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Marco Gonzalez-Navarro and Matthew Turner
 
Monday, 2 December 2013 14:40–16:00
Urban and real estate economics
Alvin Murphy (Arizona State University)
Incorporating Dynamic Behavior into the Hedonic Model
(joint with Kelly Bishop)
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Marco Gonzalez-Navarro and William Strange
 
Tuesday, 28 January 2014 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Jonathan Daines Hall (Northwestern University)
Lexus Lanes and Pareto Improvements: The case for value pricing on heavily congested highways
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Michel Serafinelli and Matthew Turner
 
Wednesday, 5 February 2014 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Joan Monras (Columbia University)
Immigration and Wage Dynamics: Evidence from the Mexican Peso Crisis
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Michel Serafinelli and Matthew Turner
 
Wednesday, 18 March 2015 16:30–17:50
Urban and real estate economics/International trade
Melanie Morten (Stanford)
Economic Development and the Spatial Allocation of Labor
(joint with Gharad Bryan (LSE))
Rotman, room 151 Organizers: Marco Gonzalez-Navarro and Jonathan Hall
 
Friday, 10 April 2015 15:40–17:00
Urban and real estate economics/Empirical microeconomics
Antonio Bento (Cornell)   Cancelled
The Value of Urgency: Evidence from Congestion Pricing Experiments
(joint with Kevin Roth and Andrew Waxman)
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Marco Gonzalez-Navarro and Jonathan Hall
 
Friday, 17 April 2015 15:40–17:00
Empirical microeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Antonio Bento (Cornell)
The Value of Urgency: Evidence from Congestion Pricing Experiments
(joint with Kevin Roth and Andrew Waxman)
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Marco Gonzalez-Navarro and Jonathan Hall
 
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics/International trade
Jonathan Dingel (University of Chicago (Booth))
Spatial and Social Frictions in the City: Evidence from Yelp
Rotman, room 151 Organizers: Marco Gonzalez-Navarro and Jonathan Hall
 
Wednesday, 30 March 2016 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics/International trade
Ferdinand Rauch (University of Oxford)
The Benefits of Forced Experimentation: Striking Evidence from the London Underground Network
(joint with Shaun Larcom and Tim Willems)
Rotman, room 147 Organizers: Marco Gonzalez-Navarro and Jonathan Hall
 
Saturday, 30 April 2016 9:00–18:00
Urban and real estate economics/Empirical microeconomics
Michel Serafinelli (Toronto)
UTM Workshop "Cities, Trade and Regional Development" Speakers: D. Atkin, J. Dittmar, C. Gaubert, J. Handbury, M. Harari, B. Javorcik
Kaneff, room L1230, UTM Organizers: Nicholas Li and Michel Serafinelli
 
Friday, 28 October 2016 15:40–17:00
Empirical microeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Benjamin Iverson (Kellogg)
The Externalities of Bankruptcy
(joint with Shai Bernstein, Emanuele Colonnelli, and Xavier Giroud)
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Elizabeth Dhuey and Jonathan Hall
 
Wednesday, 2 November 2016 16:10–17:30
International trade/Urban and real estate economics
Camilo Andres Acosta Mejia (University of Toronto)
The Impact of Zoning Policies on the Welfare and Sorting of High and Low Skill Workers
Rotman, room 151 Organizer: Kunal Dasgupta
 
Friday, 18 November 2016 15:40–17:00
Empirical microeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Benjamin Keys (Wharton)
Minimum Payments and Debt Paydown in Consumer Credit Cards
(joint with Jialan Wang)
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Nathaniel Baum-Snow, Elizabeth Dhuey, and Jonathan Hall
 
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 16:10–17:30
International trade/Urban and real estate economics
Walker Hanlon (UCLA)
Estimating the Recession-Mortality Relationship when Migration Matters
(joint with Vellore Arthiy, Brian Beach)
Rotman, room 151 Organizers: Kunal Dasgupta and Marco Gonzalez-Navarro
 
Friday, 24 March 2017 15:40–17:00
Empirical microeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Jos van Ommeren (VU Amsterdam)
Road congestion and public transit
(joint with Martin W. Adler , Federica Liberini , Antonio Russo)
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Elizabeth Dhuey and Jonathan Hall
 
Wednesday, 29 March 2017 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics/International trade
Thierry Mayer (Sciences Po)
From Micro to Macro: Demand, Supply, and Heterogeneity in the Trade Elasticity
Rotman, room 157 Organizers: Kunal Dasgupta, Marco Gonzalez-Navarro, and Michel Serafinelli
 
Monday, 24 April 2017 16:10–17:30
Business economics/Urban and real estate economics
Hanming Fang (University of Pennsylvania)
The Dynamics of Adjustable-Rate Subprime Mortgage Default: A Structural Estimation
(joint with You S. Kim, Wenli Li)
Rotman, room 127 Organizers: Ambarish Chandra and Lu Han
 
Wednesday, 25 October 2017 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Morris Davis (Rutgers)   Cancelled
Neighborhood Choices, Neighborhood Effects and Housing Vouchers
(joint with Jesse Gregory, Daniel A. Harley, and Kegon T.K. Tan)
Rotman, room 147 Organizer: Jonathan Hall
 
Wednesday, 22 November 2017 16:10–17:30
Empirical microeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Amine Ouazad (HEC Montreal)
City Equilibrium with Borrowing Constraints: Structural Estimation and General Equilibrium Effects
(joint with Romain Rancière)
Rotman, room 147 Organizer: Jonathan Hall
 
Wednesday, 29 November 2017 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Jan Brueckner (University of California, Irvine)
Employer-Paid Parking, Mode Choice, and Suburbanization
(joint with Sofia F. Franco)
Rotman, room LL1025 Organizer: Jonathan Hall
 
Wednesday, 21 February 2018 16:00–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Richard Arnott (University of California, Riverside)
Modeling Downtown Traffic Congestion: An Economic Perspective
Rotman, room 147 Organizers: Jonathan Hall and William Strange
 
Wednesday, 25 April 2018 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Morris A. Davis (Rutgers University)
Neighborhood Choices, Neighborhood Effects and Housing Vouchers
(joint with Gregory (Wisconsin), Hartley (Chicago Fed), and Tan (Rochester))
Rotman, room 147 Organizer: Jonathan Hall
 
Thursday, 27 September 2018 15:00–16:30
Urban and real estate economics
Joshua Gottlieb (University of British Columbia)
The Spillover Effects of Top Income Inequality
(joint with Jeffrey Clemens, David Hemous)
Rotman, room 151 Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Jonathan Hall
 
Monday, 29 October 2018 12:00–13:30
Urban and real estate economics
Stephan Heblich (University of Bristol)
Industrial clusters in the long run: Evidence from Million-Rouble plants in China
(joint with Marlon Seror, Hao Xu, Yanos Zylberberg)
Rotman, room 8024 Organizer: Jonathan Hall
 
Tuesday, 30 October 2018 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Alejandro Molnar (Vanderbilt)
The marginal congestion of a taxi in New York City
(joint with Daniel Mangrum)
Rotman, room 374C Organizer: Jonathan Hall
 
Monday, 12 November 2018 16:10–17:30
Industrial organization/Urban and real estate economics
Nick Kuminoff (Arizona State University)
Hazed and Confused
(joint with Kelly Bishop and Jonathan Ketcham)
Rotman, room 157 Organizers: Karen Bernhardt-Walther, Jonathan Hall, Yao Luo, Robert McMillan, and Eduardo Souza-Rodrigues
 
Friday, 8 March 2019 15:40–17:00
Empirical microeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Jeffrey Lin (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia)
Freeway Revolts!
(joint with Jeffrey Brinkman)
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Jonathan P. Beauchamp and Jonathan Hall
 
Friday, 22 March 2019 12:10–13:30
Empirical microeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Jessie Handbury (Wharton, UPenn)
Income Growth and the Distributional Effects of Urban Spatial Sorting
(joint with Victor Couture, Cecile Gaubert, Erik Hurst)
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Jonathan P. Beauchamp and Jonathan Hall
 
Tuesday, 26 March 2019 16:00–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Rebecca Diamond (Stanford University)
The Effects of Rent Control Expansion on Tenants, Landlords, and Inequality: Evidence from San Francisco
(joint with Tim McQuade and Franklin Qian)
Rotman, room 151 Organizer: Jonathan Hall
 
Wednesday, 2 October 2019 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics/International trade
Camilo Acosta (Rotman School of Management)
Spatial Wage Differentials, Geographic Frictions and the Organization of Labor within Firms (Practice Job Talk)
(joint with Ditte H. Lyngemark (University of Copenhagen))
Rotman, room 157 Organizers: Nathaniel Baum-Snow and Peter Morrow
 
Tuesday, 15 October 2019 10:40–12:00
Urban and real estate economics
Sophia (Sonia) Gilbukh (CUNY Baruch College, Zicklin School of Business)
Heterogeneous Real Estate Agents and the Housing Cycle
(joint with Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham)
Rotman, room LL1065 Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Jonathan Hall
 
Wednesday, 13 November 2019 16:10–17:30
International trade/Urban and real estate economics
Natalia Ramondo (UCSD-School of Global Policy and Strategy)
Trade With Correlation
(joint with Nelson Lind (Emory))
Rotman, room 147 Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Peter Morrow
 
Tuesday, 19 November 2019 15:40–17:00
Urban and real estate economics
Jason Allen (Bank of Canada)
Dynamic competition in negotiated price markets
Rotman, room 133 Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Jonathan Hall
 
Monday, 20 January 2020 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Katherine R.H. Wagner (Yale University)
Adaptation and Adverse Selection in Markets for Natural Disaster Insurance
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizer: Michael Smart
 
Tuesday, 28 January 2020 10:40–12:00
Business economics/Urban and real estate economics
Angela Zheng (New York University)
Residential Sorting, School Choice, and Inequality
Rotman, room 151 Organizers: Ambarish Chandra and Elizabeth Dhuey
 
Friday, 31 January 2020 10:40–12:00
Business economics/Urban and real estate economics
Aradhya Sood (University of Minnesota)
Land Market Frictions in Developing Countries: Evidence from Manufacturing Firms in India
Rotman, room 151 Organizers: Ambarish Chandra and Elizabeth Dhuey
 
Monday, 3 February 2020 10:40–12:00
Business economics/Urban and real estate economics
Ana Varela Varela (Columbia University)
Surge of Inequality: How Different Neighborhoods React to Flooding
Rotman, room 147 Organizers: Ambarish Chandra and Elizabeth Dhuey
 
Tuesday, 4 February 2020 2:40– 4:00
Business economics/Urban and real estate economics
Yue Yu (Columbia University)
Land-Use Regulation and Economic Development: Evidence from the Farmland Red Line Policy in China
Rotman, room LL1065 Organizers: Ambarish Chandra and Elizabeth Dhuey
 
Friday, 6 March 2020 15:40–17:00
Empirical microeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Matthew E. Kahn (Johns Hopkins University)   Cancelled
TBA
Max Gluskin House, room 106 Organizers: Yosh Halberstam, Jonathan Hall, and David Price
 
Friday, 27 March 2020 15:40–17:00
Empirical microeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Enrico Moretti (University of California, Berkeley)   Cancelled
TBA
Rotman, room LL1010 Organizers: Ruben Gaetani, Yosh Halberstam, and David Price
 
Friday, 24 April 2020 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics
Diego Puga (Center for Monetary and Financial Studies (CEMFI))
Urban growth and its aggregate implications
(joint with Gilles Duranton)
Rotman, room 157 Organizer: Jonathan Hall
 
Wednesday, 30 September 2020 16:10–17:30
Urban and real estate economics/International trade
Ian Herzog (University of Toronto)
The City-Wide Effects of Tolling Downtown Drivers: Evidence from London’s Congestion Charge
Online Organizers: Nathaniel Baum-Snow, Nathaniel Baum-Snow, and Peter Morrow
 
Wednesday, 21 October 2020 16:10–17:30
International trade/Urban and real estate economics
Adrien Bilal (Harvard University)
The Geography of Unemployment
Online Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Peter Morrow
 
Tuesday, 27 October 2020 14:30–16:00
Urban and real estate economics
Cailin Slattery (Columbia Business School)
Bidding for Firms: Subsidy Competition in the U.S.
Online Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Jonathan Hall
 
Wednesday, 11 November 2020 13:00–14:00
International trade/Urban and real estate economics
Guangbin Hong (University of Toronto)
Sorting, Matching and Urban Inequality
Online Organizers: Kevin Lim and Peter Morrow
 
Tuesday, 17 November 2020 9:40–11:00
Urban and real estate economics
Winnie van Dijk (Harvard)
Eviction and Poverty in American Cities: Evidence from Chicago and New York
Online Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Jonathan Hall
 
Friday, 20 November 2020 15:40–17:00
Empirical microeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Matthew E. Kahn (Johns Hopkins University)
Adapting to Climate Change
Online Organizers: Carolina Arteaga, Jonathan Hall, David Price, and Clementine Van Effenterre
 
Monday, 30 November 2020 16:10–17:30
Industrial organization/Urban and real estate economics
Edward Kung (California State University, Northridge)
Housing Market Regulation and Labor Market Dynamism
(joint with Christos A. Makridis)
Online Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Eduardo Souza-Rodrigues
 
Friday, 26 March 2021 11:10–12:30
Empirical microeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Nick Tsivanidis (University of California at Berkeley)
Spatial Spillovers from Urban Redevelopments: Evidence from Mumbai's Textile Mills
(joint with Mike Gechter)
Online Organizers: Carolina Arteaga, Jonathan Hall, David Price, and Clementine Van Effenterre
 
Friday, 23 April 2021 11:10–12:30
Empirical microeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Enrico Moretti (University of California, Berkeley)
Where is Standard of Living the Highest? Local Prices and the Geography of Consumption
(joint with Rebecca Diamond)
Online Organizers: Carolina Arteaga, Ruben Gaetani, David Price, and Clementine Van Effenterre
 
Tuesday, 21 September 2021 14:10–15:30
Urban and real estate economics
Maisy Wong (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania)
Estimating Preferences for Neighborhood Amenities Under Imperfect Information
Online Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Yue Yu
 
Tuesday, 2 November 2021 9:40–11:00
Urban and real estate economics
Gabriel Ahlfeldt (London School of Economics)
Prime Locations
Online Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Yue Yu
 
Friday, 12 November 2021 11:10–12:30
Empirical microeconomics/Urban and real estate economics
Leah Boustan (Princeton University)
Political Speech about Immigration to the US is More Positive but More Polarized Than Any Time in the Past 150 Years
Online Organizers: Carolina Arteaga, Ruben Gaetani, Clementine Van Effenterre, and Roman Zarate
 
Tuesday, 16 November 2021 14:10–15:30
Urban and real estate economics
Patrick Bayer (Duke University)
Police Officer Assignment and Neighborhood Crime
(joint with Bocar Ba, Nayoung Rim, Roman Rivera, and Modibo Sidibé)
Online Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Yue Yu
 
Monday, 7 February 2022 11:10–12:30
Urban and real estate economics
Joan Monras (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
Immigration and Spatial Equilibrium: the Role of Expenditures in the Country of Origin
(joint with Christoph Albert)
Online Organizers: Gueorgui Kambourov and Robert McMillan
 
Tuesday, 1 March 2022 14:10–15:30
Urban and real estate economics
Chris Severen (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia)
The problem has existed over endless years: Racialized difference in commuting, 1980–2019
(joint with devin michelle bunten, Ellen Fu, and Lyndsey Rolheiser)
Online Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Yue Yu
 
Tuesday, 15 March 2022 14:10–15:30
Urban and real estate economics
Kate Pennington (US Census)
Reproductive Risk Aversion and Contraceptive Choice
(joint with Joanna Venator)
Rotman, room LL1025 Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Yue Yu
 
Wednesday, 30 March 2022 11:00–12:30
International trade/Urban and real estate economics
Marta Santamaria (University of Warwick)
Border Effects in Public procurement: the Aggregate Effects of Governments’ Home Bias
(joint with Manuel García-Santana)
Online Organizers: Ruben Gaetani, Peter Morrow, and Yue Yu
 
Tuesday, 5 April 2022 14:10–15:30
Urban and real estate economics
Charly Porcher (McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University)
A Revealed-Preference Approach to Measuring Information Frictions in Migration Decisions
(joint with Eduardo Morales and Thomas Fujiwara)
Online Organizers: Ruben Gaetani and Yue Yu
 
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