University of California, Riverside


Seminars & Colloquia

Economic Theory Winter 2014

Fridays, 4:10-5:30 pm (unless otherwise specified)
Sproul Hall 2206

Questions? Contact Marcelle Chauvet

When available, the papers may be downloaded as pdf files, which can be read or printed using the Acrobat Reader.

01/03/2014 No Seminar No Seminar
01/10/2014 No Seminar No Seminar
01/17/2014 Insu Kim, UCR Economics Visiting Scholar Microfoundation Of Inflation Persistence In The New Keynesian Phillips Curve
01/24/2014  TBA  TBA

01/31/2014 Marcos de Almeida Rangel, Princeton University Discrimination Goes To School
2/04/2014 (Please note that this date is a TUESDAY, and the time will be 5:10-6:30pm in Sproul 2206) Federico Mantovanelli, Boston College The Protestant Legacy: Missions And Literacy In India
02/05/2014(Please note, this is a Wednesday rather than a Friday, and will be held from 2:20-3:30, Location is Sproul 2206 Robert Sugden, University of East Anglia, U.K. Characterising Competitive Equilibrium In Terms Of Opportunity
02/07/2014 No Seminar No Seminar (Was Wednesday, 2/5/14 by Dr. Sugden)
02/14/2014 Antonio Bento, Cornell University The Effects of The Clean Air Vehicle Stickers Program In California
02/21/2014 Albert Saiz, Massachussets Institute of Technology Immigrant Locations And Native Residential Preferences In Spain: New Ghettos?"
02/28/2014 Joon Young Hur, Cal State Northridge No News Is Good News
03/07/2014 Manisha Goel, Pomona College Does Offshoring Lift All Boats? The Role Of Induced Technology Adoption And Innovation
03/14/2014 (Please note that this seminar will be held in the CHASS Interdisciplinary Bldg Screening room, INTS 1128 from 3:40-5pm) Barry Eichengreen, University of California, Berkeley The Eurozone Crisis: The Theory Of Optimum Currency Areas Bites Back
03/21/2014 Winter Finals Week, No Seminar No Seminar

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Department of Economics
4128 Sproul Hall

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