Econometrics and Statistics Colloquium
Paper and titles will be posted on this page when they become available. If you have any questions about the schedule, please email Melissa Johnsen or phone her at (773) 702-7099.
Please see the individual dates for meeting times and places.
Spring Quarter 2009
April 2, 1:20-2:50 pm, HC C05
"Endogeneity in Semiparametric Binary Random Coefficient Models"
Stefan Hoderlein, Brown University
April 9, 1:20-2:50 pm, HC C05
"Are Stocks Really Less Volatile in the Long Run?"
Lubos Pastor, Chicago Booth
April 14, 1:20-2:50 pm, HC C05 (TUESDAY)
"Time-Dependent Stick-Breaking Processes"
Mark Steel, University of Warwick
April 23, 1:20-2:50 pm, HC C05
"Particle Learning and Smoothing"
Hedibert Lopes, Chicago Booth
April 30, 1:20-2:50 pm, HC C05
"Should Macroeconomic Forecasters Look at High-Frequency Financial Data?"
Eric Ghysels, University of North Carolina
May 7, 1:20-2:50 pm, HC C05
"Some Recent Developments in Sufficient Dimension Reduction"
Lexin Li, North Carolina State University
May 14, 1:20-2:50 pm, HC C05
"Robustness, Infinitesimal Neighborhoods and Moment Restrictions" (with Taisuke Otsu and Kirill Evdokimov)
Yuichi Kitamura, Yale University
May 21, 1:20-2:50 pm, HC C05
"The Step and Wait (SAW) Model for Predicting Technological Evolution"
Gareth James, University of Southern California
May 28, 1:20-2:50 pm, HC C05
"Put Option Implied Risk-Premia in General Equilibrium under Recursive Preferences" (with Hedibert Lopes & Robert McCulloch)
Satadru Hore, University of Iowa
June 4, 1:20-2:50 pm, HC C05
"Existence of Singularity Bifurcation in an Euler-Equations Model of the United States Economy: Grandmont was Right"
"Empirical Assessment of Bifurcation Regions within New Keynesian Models"
Bill Barnett, University of Kansas
June 11, 1:20-2:50 pm, HC C05
"Hierarchical Modeling of Longitudinal Trade Networks"
Peter Hoff, University of Washington