Online Spatial & Urban Seminar

A Zoom-based Economics Workshop
Mondays 11:30am-12:45pm (ET)

organized by
Milena Almagro, Jan David Bakker, Tomás Domínguez-Iino, Eunjee Kwon, Ana Moreno-Maldonado and Román David Zárate

Registration:
To receive the Zoom link for the seminars please register on the Zoom webinar page. If you have participated in the last two seasons of the OSUS seminar, you do not need to register again.


Spring term 2022

February 7, 2022: Bruno Conte (U.Bologna).
Climate change and migration: the case of Africa

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

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

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

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.

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

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

May 16, 2022: Allan Hsiao (U. Chicago).
Educational Investment in Spatial Equilibrium: Evidence from Indonesia

May 30, 2022: Elisa Giannone (CREI/Penn State). Co-authored with Corina Boar.
Consumption Segregation