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When possible, links to the workshop papers are posted to this page for printing. Occassionally, speakers opt not to circulate their papers and the link is unavailable.
|January 10 3B
||Evan Sadler, Harvard
|January 11 3SW
||"Community Colleges and Upward Mobility"
||Jack Mountjoy, UChicago Economics
|January 16 3A
||"Daily Labor Supply and Adaptive Reference Points"
||Neil Thakral, Harvard
|January 17 3B
||"Optimal Discovery and Influence Through Selective Sampling"
|| Arjada Bardhi, Northwestern
|January 18 3SW
||To Be Announced
||To Be Announced
|January 22 3B
||"Do Marginal Products Differ from User Costs? Micro-Level Evidence from Italian Firms"
||Simone Lenzu, UChicago Economics
|January 23 3A
||"Experimentation and Approval Mechanisms"
||Andrew McClellan, NYU
|January 24 3B
||"Productivity Dispersion, Import Competition, and Specialization in Multi-product Plants"
||Scott Orr, Toronto
|January 25 3SW
||"Targeting High Ability Entrepreneurs Using Community Information: Mechanism Design in the Field"
||Natalia Rigol, MIT
|January 26 3SW
||"Types of Contact: A Field Experiment on Collaborative and Adversarial Caste Integration"
||Matt Lowe, MIT
|January 29 3B
||"Physician Behavior in the Presence of a Secondary Market: The Case of Prescription Opioids"
||Molly Schnell, Princeton
|January 30 3A
||"Optimal Estimation When Researcher and Social Preferences are Misaligned"
||Jann Spiess, Harvard
|January 31 3B
||"The Impact of Media Censorship: Evidence from a Field Experiment in China"
||David Yang, Stanford
|February 1 3SW
||"Persuasion for the Long Run"
||James Best, Oxford
|February 5 3B
||"Interpreting Signals in the Labor Market: Evidence from Medical Referrals"
||Heather Sarsons, Harvard
|February 6 3A
||"Evidence and Skepticism in Verifiable Disclosure Games"
||Daniel Rappaport, Columbia
|February 7 3B
||"Can Displaced Labor Be Retrained? Evidence from Quasi-Random Assignment to Trade Adjustment Assistance"
||Ben Hyman, Wharton
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