In this workshop, new applied economics research and applied economics research papers, as well as related topics, are presented by Booth faculty and PhD students, as well as by invited speakers.

The workshop will be held in-person (in HC 3B), with no virtual options.

Please contact Kerry Thomas or Megan Jennings Quist if you would like to be added to the listserv for weekly updates.

When possible, links to the workshop papers are posted to this page for printing. Occasionally, speakers opt not to circulate their papers. Therefore, the link will be unavailable.

Autumn 2022

 

Date Time  Location Topic Speaker Institution
Wednesday, September 28, 2022
1:20–2:50 p.m. Harper 3B
 "Growth Through Creation and Destruction of Supply Chains"
 David Baqaee
 UCLA
Wednesday, October 5, 2022
1:20–2:50 p.m. Harper 3B

 "Learning From Others" (Relevant papers:

Learning in the Household

Not Learning from Others

 Gautam Rao
 Harvard
Wednesday, October 12, 2022
1:20–2:50 p.m. Harper 3B  "The Allocation of Incentives in Multi-Layered Organizations"
 Erika Deserranno
 Northwestern
Wednesday, October 19, 2022
 1:20–2:50 p.m.  Harper 3B  "Imperfect Information in Matching Markets: Evidence from Danish Medical School Admissions"  Adam Kapor
 Princeton
Wednesday, October 26, 2022
 1:20–2:50 p.m.  Harper 3B  "What's My Employee Worth? The Effects of Salary Benchmarking"
 Zoe Cullen
 Harvard
Wednesday, November 2, 2022
 1:20–2:50 p.m.  Harper 3B  "The Effects of Management Education on Manager Careers"  Michela Giorcelli  UCLA
 Wednesday, November 9, 2022
 1:20–2:50 p.m.  Harper 3B  "Capital-Skill Complementarity in Firms and in the Aggregate Economy"
 Jon Vogel
 UCLA
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
 1:20–2:50 p.m.  Harper 3B  Manipulation-Proof Machine Learning
 Daniel Björkegren  Brown
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
 1:20–2:50 p.m.  Harper 3B  "The Effectiveness of Personalized Policy: A Field Experiment Motivating Healthy Habits"
 Rebecca Dizon-Ross
 UChicago
Wednesday, December 7, 2022
 1:20–2:50 p.m.  Harper 3B  "The Diffusion of Disruptive Technologies"
 Nick Bloom
 Stanford