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Spring 2019

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)

February 21 (Thursday)
Steven Haider, Michigan State University
Correcting for misclassified binary regressors using instrumental variables
February 26 (Tuesday)
Abhimanyu Gupta, Essex
Consistent specification testing under network dependence
March 14 (Thursday)
Ruonan Xu, Michigan State University
Potential Outcomes and Finite Population Inference for M-estimators
March 28 (Thursday)
Marco Del Negro, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
A Bayesian Approach for Inference on Probabilistic Surveys
April 11 (Thursday)
Kyoo il Kim, Michigan State University
Comment on identification properties of recent production function estimators

Note: Canceled
April 18 (Thursday)
Akanksha Negi, Michigan State University
Inverse probability weighting with nonrandom treatment assignment and missing data
April 25 (Thursday)
Jaemin Ryu, Michigan State University
Estimation of allocative and technical inefficiencies in the banking industry
April 26 (Friday)
Yunni Deng, Michigan State University
Measuring technical efficiency in property assessments

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