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Econometrics

Fall 2017

All seminars are on Thursdays at 3:30 in the Koo Room of Marshall-Adams Hall, unless otherwise noted.

Organizer: Peter Schmidt (schmidtp@msu.edu)

DatePresenter
September 14 (Thursday)
3:30
Peter Schmidt, Michigan State University
An Econometric Approach To The Estimation Of Multi-Level Models
September 21 (Thursday)
3:30
Michael Owyang, St. Louis Fed
Regional Beveridge Curves
September 28 (Thursday)
3:30
Seung Hyun Hong, Illinois
Quantifying conflicts of interest between principal and agent: evidence from dual agency in housing search
October 6 (Friday)
3:30
107 Berkey Hall
Stephane Bonhomme, Chicago
Recovering latent variables by matching
October 12 (Thursday)
3:30
Riju Joshi, Michigan State University
Control Function Estimation of Spatial Error Models with Endogeneity
October 26 (Thursday)
3:30
Lynda Khalaf, Carleton
Weak Beta, Strong Beta: Multi-Factor Pricing And Rank Restrictions
November 9 (Thursday)
3:30
Yimin Yang, Michigan State University
TBA
November 16 (Thursday)
3:30
Marc Henry, Penn State
Single Market NonParametric Identification Of Multi-Attribute Hedonic Equilibrium Models
November 30 (Thursday)
3:30
Ying Zhu, Michigan State University
TBA
December 7 (Thursday)
3:30
Tim Vogelsang, Michigan State University
Pitfalls of Interpolating/Imputing Regressors in Time Series Regression

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