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This Week's Seminars

All seminars are in the Koo Room (Rm. 5A Marshall-Adams Hall; annex behind the main building) unless otherwise noted.

Monday, April 16
3:30 - 4:50
John Rogers, Federal Reserve Board
Monetary Policy Uncertainty
Tuesday, April 17
12:00 - 1:00
Alyssa Carlson, Michigan State University
Wednesday, April 18
12:00 - 1:00
75 Ag Hall
Emilia Tjernström, UW-Madison
Media and Motivation: The effect of performance pay on writers and content
Thursday, April 19
12:00 - 1:00
Michael Olabisi, Michigan State University
Thursday, April 19
Jinyong Hahn, UCLA
Estimation with Aggregate Shocks
Friday, April 20
1:30 - 3:00
Phil Oreopoulos, University of Toronto
The Remarkable Unresponsiveness to Nudging College Students: Evidence from 10 experiments over 4 years
Friday, April 20
110 Old Botany
Matthew Schaffer, Michigan State University
Three Essays on Monetary Policy

Note: Raoul Minetti (Chair), Aeimit Lakdawala, Tony Doblas Madrid, Hao Jiang (Finance)
Friday, April 20
3:30 - 4:50
Behzad Diba, Georgetown
Pegging the Interest Rate on Bank Reserves: A Resolution of New Keynesian Puzzles and Paradoxes

Michigan State University Department of Economics