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Econometrics Seminar

Spring 2021

All seminars are on Thursdays at 3:30 via Zoom, unless otherwise noted. Please contact Tim Vogelsang (tjv@msu.edu) for any questions and Zoom meeting information.

Organizer: Tim Vogelsang (tjv@msu.edu)

January 21 (Thursday)
Silvia Goncalves, McGill
Bootstrap Inference Under Cross Sectional Dependence
January 28 (Thursday)
Kyoo il Kim, Michigan State University
Under-Identification of Structural Models Based on Timing and Information Set Assumptions
February 4 (Thursday)
Ed Vytlacil, Yale
Eliciting Willingness-to-Pay to Analyze Individual Determinants of Selection into Competitive Compensation Schemes: Evidence from a Lab Experiment
February 11 (Thursday)
Harold Chiang, Wisconsin
Inference for High-Dimensional Exchangeable Arrays
February 18 (Thursday)
Brant Callaway, Georgia
Treatment Effects in Interactive Fixed Effects Models
February 25 (Thursday)
Xinwei Ma, UCSD
Local Regression Distribution Estimators
March 11 (Thursday)
Nick Brown, Michigan State University
Efficient estimation of fixed-T linear panels with factor-augmented errors
March 18 (Thursday)
Hashem Pesaran, USC
Matching Theory and Evidence on Covid-19 using a Stochastic Network SIR Model
March 25 (Thursday)
Mert Demirer, Microsoft/MIT
Production Function Estimation with Factor-Augmenting Technology: An Application to Markups
April 1 (Thursday)
Irene Botosaru, McMaster
A Panel Model with Heteroskedasticity, with an Application to Earnings Risk
April 8 (Thursday)
Taeyoon Hwang, Michigan State University
A Fixed-b Perspective on Inference for High Frequency Financial Data
April 15 (Thursday)
Azeem Shaikh, Chicago
Inference for Ranks with Applications to Mobility across Neighborhoods and Academic Achievement across Countries

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