Spring 2021 Seminar


Unless noted in bold below, all seminars take place at 3 pm UK time on Thursdays.  All seminars will take place on Zoom, links will be shared one week prior via email.  Please note that titles are subject to change.

If you would like to be on our seminar E-mail list, please contact David Jaeger.

Date Speaker Affiliation Paper
28.1 Irina Merkurieva University of St Andrews Do Frictions Matter in the Market for Chief Executives?
04.2 Antonella Bancalari University of St Andrews Improving Infrastructure in Developing Cities: Experimental Evidence from India
11.2 Lorenzo Neri University of St Andrews Should you Meet the Parents? The Value of Parental and Children Experience for School Choice
18.2 David A. Jaeger University of St Andrews and CEPR
25.2 Scott Cunningham Baylor University
04.3 David Escamilla-Guerrero University of St Andrews Ethnicity, Gender, and Migrant Self-selection: Evidence from French Canadians during the Early Twentieth Century
11.3 No seminar
Andrew Goodman-Bacon Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis (Cash) Welfare Under (American) Federalism
25.3 Spring Break
01.4 David A. Jaeger University of St Andrews and CEPR “The Global COVID-19 Student Survey:  First Wave Results”
Susan Dynarski University of Michigan and NBER Closing the Gap: The Effect of Reducing Complexity and Uncertainty in College Pricing on the Choices of Low-Income Students
15.4 Rohini Pande Yale University and NBER Investing in the Next Generation: The Long-Run Educational Impacts of a Liquidity Shock
Nicholas Papageorge Johns Hopkins University and NBER Genetic Endowments, Income Dynamics, and Wealth Accumulation over the Lifecycle
29.4 Peter Blair Harvard University and NBER Why did Gender Wage Convergence Stagnate in the 1990s?