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Research Seminar Series 2020-2021

Webinars are held on Tuesdays, unless otherwise indicated

Date & Time Speaker Title
18 September -3.45PM to 6.15PM (organised by IM-TCD) Matteo Maggiori ( Stanford University) Redrawing the Map of Global Capital Flows: The Role of Cross-Border Financing and Tax Havens
29 September - 4pm to 5pm Nancy Qian (Northwestern University) The Soviet Great Famine, 1932–33(joint with Andrei Markevichy and Natalya Naumenkoz)
2 October (organised by IM-TCD) 4pm Ivan Werning (MIT)

A Multi-Risk SIR Model with Optimally Targeted Lockdown

6 October - 1pm to 2pm John Gathergood (Nottingham University)

Investor Attention, Reference Points and the Disposition Effect (joint with George Loewenstein, Edika Quispe–Torreblanca and Neil Stewart)

13 October - 4pm to 5pm Claudio Ferraz (University of British Columbia) Political Power, Elite Control, and Long-Run Development: Evidence from Brazil (with Frederico Finan and Monica Martinez-Bravo)
16 October 2020 (organised by IM-TCD) 4pm Veronica Guerrieri (Chicago) Macroeconomic Implications of COVID-19: Can Negative Supply Shocks Cause Demand Shortages
20 October - 1pm to 2pm Ekaterina Zhuravaskaya (Paris School of Economics) Diffusion of Gender Norms: Evidence from Stalin's Ethnic Deportations (with Antonela Miho and Alexandra Jarotschkin)
27 October - 4pm to 5pm Rebecca Diamond (Stanford University) The Effect of Foreclosures on Homeowners, Tenants, and Landlords (joint with Adam Guren and Rose Tan)
30 October 2020 (organised by IM-TCD) Emy Nakamura (Berkeley)

The Slope of the Phillips Curve: Evidence from U.S. States(joint with Jonathon Hazell, Juan Herreno and Jon Steinsson)

3 November - 4pm to 5pm Chad Syverson (Chicago University) Product Innovation, Product Diversification, and Firm Growth: Evidence from Japan’s EarlyIndustrialization (joint with Serguey Braguinsky, Atsushi Ohyama and Tetsuji Okazaki)
10 November STUDY/REVIEW WEEK  
20 November (organised by IM-TCD) Alan Taylor (UC Davis) The Long-Run Effects of Monetary Policy (joint with Òscar Jordà and Sanjay R. Singh)
17 November - 1pm to 2pm Benjamin Moll (London School of Economics) The Great Lockdown and the Big Stimulus: Tracing the Pandemic Possibility Frontier for the U.S. (joint with Greg Kaplan and Giovanni L. Violante)
24 November - 1pm to 2pm Chloe le Coq (Stockholm School of Economics) How Do Social Entrepreneurs Respond to Rewards? A Field Experiment on Motivations (joint with I. Ganguli and M. Huysentruyt)

26 November - 12noon to 1pm

(Special Event co-hosted with IM-TCD)

Philip R. Lane (European Central Bank)

“Monetary policy in a pandemic: ensuring favourable financial conditions”

27 November (organised by IM-TCD) Gabriel Zucman (Berkeley) Externalities in International Tax Enforcement: Theory and Evidence
1 December -1pm to 2pm Ricardo Reis (London School of Economics) The People versus the Markets: A Parsimonious Model of Inflation Expectations
8 December - 4pm to 5pm Kelsey Jack (UC Santa Barbara)

Harvesting the rain: The adoption of environmental technologies in the Sahel (joint with Jenny Aker)

11 December (organised by IM-TCD) Valentina Bruno (American University)     Dollar and Exports (joint with Hyun Song Shin)
15 December - 4pm to 5pm Katherine Eriksson (UC Davis)

Understanding the Success of the Know-Nothing Party (joint with Marcella Alsan and Gregory Niemes)

2 February - 4pm to 5pm Katheryn Russ (UC Davis) TBA
9 February - 1pm to 2pm Alexia Delfino (Bocconi) TBA
16 February - 4pm to 5pm Claudia Olivetti (Dartmouth College) TBA
23 February - 1pm to 2pm Vincent Sterk (University College London) TBA
2 March Elias Papaioannou (London Business School) TBA
9 March Natalie Bau (UCLA) TBA
15 March STUDY/REVIEW WEEK
23 March Dina Pomeranz (University of Zurich) TBA
30 March Hunt Alcott (NYU) TBA
6 April Petra Moser (NYU) TBA
13 April Maria Micaela Sviatschi (Princeton University) TBA
20 April Mara Squicciarini (Bocconi) TBA

All seminars are joint seminars with Department of Economics & TRISS unless otherwise indicated.