Seminarios presentados durante 2018

21/03/2018 Pedro Dal Bo 'The Determinants of Efficient Behavior in Coordination Games'
27/03/2018 Conferencia: Martín Beraja 'Buenos Aires Meetings in Economics' 
04/04/2018 Gabriel Montes Rojas 'Tests for nonlinear restrictions under local misspecification'
18/04/2018 Martin Rossi 'Following the Poppy Trail: Causes and Consequences of Mexican Drug Cartels'
25/04/2018 Anna Aizer 'Holding out for Mr Right: Women’s Income, Marital Status and Child Well-Being'
09/05/2018 Mariano Tommasi 'Tratando de entender la pobreza en Argentina'
15/05/2018 Constantino Hevia 'The Macroeconomics of Itaipu: an Open Economy Model of a Large Spending Shock'
16/05/2018 Martin Fiszbein 'Frontier Culture: The Roots and Persistence of "Rugged Individualism" in the United States'
22/05/2018 Emilio Espino 'Corporate Debt and Capital Controls'
30/05/2018 Joaquin Blaum 'The Gains from Input Trade With Heterogeneous Importers'
27/06/2018 David Lee 'Regression Discontinuity and Kink Designs: Theory and Practice'
04/07/2018 Martín González Eiras 'Liquidity Shocks, Market Turnover and Bidding Behavior in Treasury Auctions'
11/07/2018 Pablo Kurlat 'How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Fire Sales'
17/07/2018 Federico Mandelman  'The effect of Automation, Offshoring and Low-Skill Immigration in the U.S. Labor Market'
18/07/2018 Pablo D’Erasmo 'Capital Requirements in a Quantitative Model of Banking Industry Dynamics'
25/07/2018 Demian Pouzo 'Some Large Sample Results for the Class of Regularized Estimators'
26/07/2018 Pablo Fajgelbaum 'Optimal Spatial Policies, Geography and Sorting'
31/07/2018 Fernando Álvarez ''The analytic theory of a monetary shock''
01/08/2018 Facundo Piguillem 'Rising Capital Shares and Risk Sharing'
02/08/2018 Ariel Burstein 'Tradability and the Labor-Market Impact of Immigration: Theory and Evidence from the U.S.'
08/08/2018 Guillermo Cruces 'Tax Audits as Scarecrows: Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment''
09/08/2018 Matias Cattaneo 'Bootstrap-Based Inference for Cube Root Consistent Estimators''
15/08/2018 Fernando Álvarez 'A three mutual fund separation theorem''
28/08/2018 Federico Echenique 'Statistical discrimination and affirmative action in the lab & A characterization of "Phelpsian" statistical discrimination''
29/08/2018 Nicholas Trachter 'An Information-Based Theory of Financial Intermediation'
05/09/2018 Liam Lenten 'Bonus Incentives and Team Effort Levels: Evidence from the Field'
12/09/2018 Mariano Kulish 'Some fiscal implications of a slowdown in trend growth'
13/09/2018 Morten Ravn 'Macroeconomic Fluctuations with HANK & SAM: an Analytical Approach'
03/10/2018 Oscar Volij 'Measuring Income Segregation''
16/10/2018 Julien Pinter 'How can financial constraints force a central bank to exit a currency peg? An application to the Swiss Franc peg''
17/10/2018 Rodolfo Manuelli 'Central Banking Without Fiscal Support: Honest (and Dishonest) Optimal Monetary Policy''
24/10/2018 Marcelo Veracierto 'Optimal Unemployment Insurance over the Business Cycle''
14/11/2018 Ivan Petrella "Leverage and Deepening Business Cycle Skewness"
15/11/2018 Dave DeJong "Numerical Integration and Filtering"
20/11/2018 Ricardo Lagos "On Money as a Medium of Exchange in Near-Cashless Credit Economies"
13/12/2018 Patricio Dalton "Learning to Grow from Peers: Experimental Evidence from Small-scale Retailers in an Emerging Market"
18/12/2018 Ignacio Esponda "Contingent Preferences and the Sure-Thing Principle: Revisiting Classic Anomalies in the Laboratory"