Job Market Workshop

Second term

17 January 2018:
Julian Kozlowski (NYU), Long-Term Finance and Investment with Frictional Asset Markets.
18 January 2018:
Lorenzo Bretscher (LSE), From Local to Global: Offshoring and Asset Prices.
22 January 2018:
Dmitry Arkhangelsky (Stanford University), Dealing with a Technological Bias: The Difference-in-Difference Approach.
23 January 2018:
Felix Ward (University of Bonn), Global Risk-Taking, Exchange Rates, and Monetary Policy.
24 January 2018:
Pau Roldan (NYU), Firm Dynamics and Pricing under Customer Capital Accumulation.
25 January 2018:
Javier Turen (UCL), Rational Inattention-driven Dispersion Over the Business Cycle.
26 January 2018:
Diego Daruich (NYU), Macroeconomic Consequences of Early Childhood Development Policies.
29 January 2018:
Joseba Martinez (NYU), Automation, Growth and Factor Shares.
30 January 2018:
Jakob Schlockermann (Princeton University), Do Provider Incentives Always Affect Health Care Costs? New Evidence From Germany.
31 January 2018:
Davide Melcangi (UCL), The Marginal Propensity to Hire.
2 February 2018:
Désiré Kédagni (Penn State University), Identifying Treatment Effects in the Presence of Confounded Types.
7 February 2018:
Abdoulaye Ndiaye (Northwestern University), Flexible Retirement and Optimal Taxation.
8 February 2018:
Kerstin Holzheu (University of Chicago), Separations on the Job Ladder.
12 February 2018:
Francesco Agostinelli (Arizona State University), Investing in Children’s Skills: An Equilibrium Analysis of Social Interactions and Parental Investments.
13 February 2018:
Matteo Benetton (LSE), Leverage Regulation and Market Structure: An Empirical Model of the UK Mortgage Market.
16 February 2018:
Kilian Huber (LSE), Disentangling the Effects of a Banking Crisis: Evidence from German Firms and Counties.


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