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.

In accordance with university guidance, and out of concern for our community and guest speakers, the workshop will be held in dual-modality with both in-person and virtual options.

The health and well-being of the UChicago community and our guests is our top priority, and we appreciate your understanding as we take steps to minimize the risk to the university community. We will post updated information to this page as it becomes available. Please note that the Zoom links for each week will be sent out via the listserv. See below for further information.

Please contact Tammy Lingo, workshop administrator, if you would like to be added to the listserv for weekly updates with Zoom Links.

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 2021

 

Date Time Topic Speaker Institution
Sept. 29
1:20–2:50 p.m. Using Bid Rotation and Incumbency to Detect
Collusion: A Regression Discontinuity Approach
Kei Kawai
Berkeley
Oct. 6
1:20–2:50 p.m The Gender Transparency Gap
Ray Fisman (Zoom Only)
Boston University
Oct. 13
1:20–2:50 p.m. Contracting over Rebates: Formulary Design and Pharmaceutical Spending
Kate Ho (Zoom Only)
Princeton University
Oct. 20
1:20–2:50 p.m. Hiring as Exploration  Danielle Li
MIT
Oct. 27
1:20–2:50 p.m. Risk and Information in Dispute Resolution: An Empirical Study of Arbitration Bernardo Silveira
UCLA
Nov. 3
1:20–2:50 p.m. Public Transit Potential Tobias Salz
MIT
Nov. 10
1:20–2:50 p.m. The Economics of Social Data
Alessandro Bonatti
MIT
Nov. 17
1:20–2:50 p.m. The Misallocation of Women’s Talent Across Countries
Oriana Bandiera (Zoom Only)
LSE
Dec. 1
1:20–2:50 p.m. Sequential Veto Bargaining with Incomplete Information Nageeb Ali
PSU
Dec. 8
1:20–2:50 p.m. Common Ownership and Competition in the Ready-To-Eat Cereal Industry
Matthew Backus
Columbia