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Fall 2018

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)

September 6 (Thursday)
Christine Amsler, Michigan State University
Separating Different Individual Effects In A Panel Data Model
September 13 (Thursday)
Stefan Hoderlein, Boston College
The Triangular Model with Random Coefficients
September 21 (Friday)
100 Berkey Hall
Simon Lee, Columbia
Factor-Driven Two-Regime Regression
September 27 (Thursday)
Yingyao Hu, Johns Hopkins
October 4 (Thursday)
Alyssa Carlson, Michigan State University
Relaxing Conditional Independence In An Endogenous Binary Response Model
October 25 (Thursday)
Otavio Bartalotti, Iowa State
A Correction for Regression Discontinuity Designs with Group-Specific Mismeasurement of the Running Variable
November 1 (Thursday)
Michal Kolesar, Princeton
Sensitivity Analysis using Approximate Moment Condition Models
November 15 (Thursday)
Hiroaki Kaido, Boston University
Robust Likelihood-Ratio Tests for Incomplete Economic Models

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