A Zoom-based Economics Workshop
Mondays 11:30am-12:45pm (ET)
Tomás Domínguez-Iino, Erica Moszkowski, Ana Moreno-Maldonado, Augusto Ospital, Fernanda Rojas-Ampuero, and Gregor Schubert
Season 8 — Spring 2023
May 8, 2023: Rob Collinson (University of Notre Dame). Co-authored with Eric Chyn and Danielle Sandler.
The Long-Run Effects of Residential Racial Desegregation Programs: Evidence from Gautreaux
April 24, 2023: Yue Yu (University of Toronto). Co-authored with Qianyang Zhang.
The Value of Cleaner Waterways
March 13, 2023: Victor Couture (UBC). Co-authored with Jonathan Dingel, Allison Green, and Jessie Handbury.
Quantifying Social Interactions Using Smartphone Data
February 27, 2023: Clare Balboni (MIT). Co-authored with Johannes Boehm and Mazhar Waseem.
Firm Adaptation and Production Networks: Structural Evidence from Extreme Weather Events in Pakistan
February 13, 2023: Greg Howard (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). Co-authored with Hansen Shao.
Internal Migration and the Microfoundations of Gravity
Season 7 — Fall 2022
December 5, 2022: Ben Zou (Purdue University). Co-authored with Jingting Fan.
The Dual Local Markets: Family, Jobs, and the Spatial Distribution of Skills
November 21, 2022: Simon Franklin (Queen Mary University of London). Co-authored with Clement Imbert, Girum Abebe and Carolina Mejia-Mantilla.
Urban Public Works in Spatial Equilibrium: Experimental Evidence from Ethiopia
November 7, 2022: Allison Shertzer (University of Pittsburgh). Co-authored with Michael Coury, Toru Kitagawa, and Matthew Turner.
The Value of Piped Water and Sewers: Evidence from 19th Century Chicago
October 17, 2022: Lu Han (University of Wisconsin-Madison). Co-authored with Rachel Ngai and Kevin Sheedy.
To Own or To Rent? The Effects of Transaction Taxes on Housing Markets
September 26, 2022: Jorge De la Roca (University of Southern California). Co-authored with Andrii Parkhomenko and Daniel Velasquez.
Agglomeration Effects and Informality
Season 6 — Spring 2022
May 30, 2022: Elisa Giannone (CREI/Penn State). Co-authored with Corina Boar.
May 16, 2022: Allan Hsiao (U. Chicago).
Educational Investment in Spatial Equilibrium: Evidence from Indonesia
May 2, 2022: Ben Hyman (NY Fed). Co-authored with Matt Freedman, David Neumark, and Shantanu Khanna.
Firm Responses to Local Hiring Subsidies: Regression Discontinuity Evidence from a Tax Credit Formula
April 18, 2022: Andrew Waxman (UT Austin). Co-authored with Panle Barwick, Shanjun Li, Jing Wu, and Tianli Xia.
Efficiency and Equity Impacts of Urban Transportation Policies with Equilibrium Sorting
April 4, 2022: Ingrid Gould-Ellen (NYU). Co-authored with Katherine O'Regan and Sarah Strochak.
Race, Space and Take-Up: Explaining Housing Voucher Lease-Up Rates.
March 21, 2022: Felipe Carozzi (LSE). Co-authored with Fernando Borraz, Nicolas Gonzalez-Pampillon and Leandro Zipitria.
Local Retail Prices, Product Varieties and Neighborhood Change
March 7, 2022: Hannah Rubinton (FRB St Louis). Co-authored with Victoria Gregory and Julian Kozlowski.
Local Spillovers, Segregation, and Racial Gaps in Educational Attainment
February 21, 2022: Eduardo Morales (Princeton). Co-authored with Thomas Fujiwara and Charly Porcher.
A Revealed-Preference Approach to Measuring Information Frictions in Migration Decisions
Season 5 — Fall 2021
December 6, 2021: Daniel Sturm (LSE). Co-authored with Kohei Takeda and Anthony J. Venables.
Applying the Quantitative Urban Model to Cities in Developing Countries
November 22, 2021: Lauren Bergquist (Michigan). Co-authored with Benjamin Faber, Thibault Fally, Matthias Hoelzlein, Edward Miguel, and Andres Rodriguez-Clare.
Scaling Agricultural Policy Interventions: Theory and Evidence from Uganda
November 8, 2021: David Nagy (CREI). Co-authored with Stephan Heblich, Alex Trew, and Yanos Zylberberg.
The Death and Life of Great British Cities
October 25, 2021: Ines Helm (LMU Munich). Co-authored with Jan Stuhler.
The Dynamic Response of Municipal Budgets to Revenue Shocks
October 11, 2021: Maisy Wong (UPenn Wharton). Co-authored with Fernando Ferreira.
Estimating Preferences for Neighborhood Amenities Under Imperfect Information
September 13, 2021: Frederic Robert-Nicoud (GSEM). Co-authored with Cecile Gaubert.
Sorting to expensive cities
Season 4 — Summer 2021
July 26, 2021: Joan Monras (UPF)
Local Public Goods and the Spatial Distribution of Economic Activity
July 19, 2021: Jessie Handbury (UPenn Wharton)
School Food Policy Affects Everyone: Retail Responses to the National School Lunch Program
June 7, 2021: Katja Seim (Yale SoM)
Economies of Density in E-commerce: A Study of Amazon's Fulfillment Center Network
Season 3 — Spring 2021
February 8, 2021: Gregorio Caetano
A Unified Empirical Framework to Study Segregation
Season 2 — Fall 2020
December 7, 2020: Tobias Salz
The Value of Time: Evidence From Auctioned Cab Rides
September 14, 2020: Stephen Redding
Consumption Access and Agglomeration: Evidence from Smartphone Data
Season 1 — Summer 2020
July 6, 2020: ITI NBER Online