University of California, Riverside


Seminars & Colloquia

Applied Economics Spring 2016

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

Questions? Contact Richard Arnott & Joseph Cummins.

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

04/01/2016  TBA  TBA 
04/08/2016 Prakarsh Singh, Amherst College Impact of Caregiver Incentives On Child Health: Evidence From An Experiment With Anganwadi Workers in India
04/15/2016 TBA TBA
04/22/2016 Paul Zak, Claremont Graduate University Neuroscience Of Persuasion: Applications To Marketing And Consumer Experiences
04/29/2016 Brad Larsen, Stanford University A Theory Of Bidding Dynamics And Deadlines In Online Retail
05/06/2016 (Please  note-this is an Economic Theory seminar) Chris Tonetti, Stanford University Please See Econ Theory seminar list
05/13/2016 Arpita Bhattacherjee & Evan Wigton-Jones, UCR PhD Candidates in Economics

Arpita= Cast Into Castes: Can Affirmative Action Dismantle The Caste Hierarchy In India? 

Evan= Legacies Of Inequality: The Case Of Brazil

05/20/2016 Steven Helfand, UCR Economics The Inverse Relationship Between Farm Size And Productivity: Refocusing The Debate
05/24/2016 (Please note that this is a Tuesday, and the seminar will be at 5:00pm.  The location is currently TBA.) Ted Miguel, UC Berkeley Promoting Transparencies In Economics: Prospects For Pre-Specifying Research Hypotheses
05/25/2016 (Please note this is a Wednesday rather than a Friday, and the seminar will be at 12noon.  The location is currently TBA.) Ted Miguel, UC Berkeley Experimental Evidence On The Demand For And Costs Of Rural Electrification
05/27/2016 Doug Miller, UC Davis Head Start's Impact: Long Run Puzzles In Head Start Research
06/03/2016 John Clithero, Pomona College Improving Out-of-Sample Predictions Using Response Times and a Model of the Decision Process

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Riverside, CA 92521
Tel: (951) 827-1012

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Department of Economics
4128 Sproul Hall

Tel: (951) 827-3266
Fax: (951) 827-5685