Seminarios presentados durante 2016

14/03/2016 Stéphane Bonhomme 'A Distributional Framework for Matched Employer Employee Data''
30/03/2016 Mariana Blanco 'Charitable Giving and Socioeconomic Status"
04/05/2016 Ignacio Presno 'Optimal Taxation with Endogenous Default under Incomplete Markets"
05/05/2016 Alvaro Ferteza 'Tolerance to Tax Evasion''
09/05/2016 Fernando Martin 'Monetary Policy and Financial Stability''
02/06/2016 Gustavo Vulcano 'A Partial Order-Based Model to Estimate Individual Preferences Using Panel Data''
29/06/2016 Demian Pouzo 'On the Non-Asymptotic Properties of Regularized M-estimators''
27/07/2016 Jonah Rockoff 'Does Repeating a Grade Make Students (and Parents) Happier? Regression Discontinuity Evidence from New York City''
03/08/2016 Pablo Fajgelbaum 'State Taxes and Spatial Misallocation''
08/08/2016 Fabio Canova 'Are Small-Scale SVARs Useful for Business Cycle Analysis? Revisiting Non-Fundamentalness"
17/08/2016 Fernando Alvarez 'Are State and Time Dependent Models Really Different?''
18/08/2016 Pablo Kurlat 'The Social Value of Financial Expertise"
24/08/2016 Rody Manuelli 'Technology Adoption and Endogenous Debt Maturity: Liquidity Risk vs. Default Risk"
25/08/2016 Alejandro Ganimian 'Hard Cash and Soft Skills: Experimental Evidence on Combining Scholarshipsand Mentoring in Argentina"
31/08/2016 Irene Brambilla 'Heterogeneous Firms: Skilled-Labor Productivity and the Destination of Exports''
07/09/2016 Juan Marcos Wlasiuk 'Commodity Boom and Latin American Economic Growth: Was This Time Really Different?''
14/09/2016 Evangelina Dardati 'Environmental Regulation and Firm Dynamics: The Cost of Alternative Allocation Schemes in Cap-and-Trade Programs''
20/09/2016 Conferencia de Coyuntura- INDEC 'La reconstrucción del sistema de estadísticas públicas nacionales''
22/09/2016 Presentación de Libro- Mario Bergara 'Las nuevas reglas del juego en Uruguay''
12/10/2016 Esteban Rossi Hansberg 'Commuting, Migration and Local Employment Elasticities''
26/10/2016 Oskar Nupia 'Income Taxation, Political Accountability and the Provision of Public Goods''
02/11/2016 Juan Pablo Nicolini 'Optimal Capital Taxation Revisited"
07/11/2016 Nora Lustig 'Políticas Fiscales, Desigualdad y Pobreza en América Latina'' 
21/11/2016 Felipe Balmaceda 'Optimal Task Assignments with Loss-Averse Agents''
30/11/2016 Ábrahám Árpád 'The Effects of Moral Hazard on Wage Inequality in a Frictional Labor Market''
01/12/2016 Bob Pindyck 'Death and Destruction in the Economics of Catastrophes"