IHEHBD lunch seminar

Policy Analysis and Management Seminar Series

Fall 2017 Seminars

Seminar poster pdf.

Location: Mann Library Rm 102 unless otherwise noted.

Fall 2017 Seminar titles will be added as they become available.

If you require special accommodation to attend this event, please contact: the seminar assistant.

Other Programs and Departments' Seminars of Interest

Aug 30
1:15
Mann Rm 102
Andrew Fieldhouse
Ph.D. Candidate
with Public Economics

 

The Macroeconomic Effects of Government Asset Purchases: Evidence from Postwar US Housing Credit Policy
Sept 7
11:40
401 Warren Hall
Michael Kremer

Dept. of Economics, Harvard University
with Development Economics and Dyson


TBA
Sept 13
1:15
Mann Rm 102
Eric Chyn
Dept. Economics, University of Virginia
with Public Economics, Labor Economics & Cornell Population Center

 

Moved to Opportunity: The Effect of Public Housing Demolition on Labor Market Outcomes of Children
Sept 20
1:15
Mann Rm 102
Alex Willen
Ph.D. Candidate
TBA
Sept 25
11:40
Ives 115
Max Kiniria
Ph.D. Candidate
with Labor Economics

 

TBA
Sept 27
1:15
Mann Rm 102
Barton Willage
Ph.D. Candidate
with Health Economics

 

Ex Ante and Ex Post Moral Hazard: Lessons from the ACA and Risky Sex
Oct 4
1:15
Mann Rm 102
Corbin Miller
Ph.D. Candidate
TBA
Oct 11
1:15
Mann Rm 102
Xing "Sherry" Zhang
Ph.D. Candidate
TBA
Oct 18
1:15
Mann Rm 102
Kathleen Mullen
RAND Graduate School
with Health Economics

 

TBA
Oct 25
1:15
Mann Rm 102
Lawrence Jin
Ph.D. Candidate
with Health Economics

 

TBA
Oct 30
11:40
Ives 115
Sarah Prenovitz
Ph.D. Candidate
with Labor Economics

 

TBA
Nov 8
11:40
Uris Hall 498
David Chan
Dept. Medicine, Stanford University
with Industrial Organization & Health Economics

 

TBA
Nov 6
11:40
Ives 115
Na'ama Shenhav
Dept. Economics, Dartmouth College
with Labor Economics

 

TBA
Nov 17
12:00
MVR 3308
Tyson Brown
Dept. Sociology, Duke University
with Cornell Population Center, Institute for Social the Sciences & Cornell Health Economics Institute

 

TBA
Dec 1
12:00
MVR 3308
Bridget Goosby
Dept. Sociology, University of Nebraska
with Cornell Population Center, Institute for Social the Sciences & Cornell Health Economics Institute
Discrimination, Dynamic Stress Processes, and Health Risk across the Life Course