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January

Search and Screen Committee Meeting

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Venue:DM-323

The meeting is open to public (venue: DM-323).

Seminar: Juan Pablo Chauvin

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Venue:GL-220

"Gender-segmented labor markets and the effects of local demand shocks", by Juan Pablo Chauvin, Harvard University (venue: GL-220)

February

Seminar: Abu S. Shoncoy

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Venue:CBC-142

"Barriers to Labor Migration for the Rural Poor: Experimental Evidence from a Vocational Training Program in Bangladesh", by Abu S. Shoncoy, New York University (venue: CBC-142)

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Venue:GL-132

"How Productive is Public Investment? Evidence from Manufacturing Firms in India", by Santanu Chatterjee, University of Georgia (venue: GL-132)

Seminar: Oriol Pons-Benaiges

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Venue:GL-220

"Did Government Intervention Target Technological Externalities? Industrial Policy and Economic Growth in Postwar Japan, 1964-1983", by Oriol Pons-Benaiges, Stanford University (Venue GL-220)

Seminar: Hülya Eraslan

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Venue:GL-220

"Learning While Setting Precedent", by Hülya Eraslan, Rice University (venue GL-220)

March

Seminar: Norihiko Matsuda

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Venue:GL-132

"The Temptation of Social Networks under Labor Search Frictions", by Norihiko Matsuda, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Venue: GL-132)

Seminar: Traviss Cassidy

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Venue:GC-285

"Local Government Responses to Permanent vs. Transitory Grant Revenue: Evidence from Indonesia", by Traviss Cassidy, University of Michigan (Venue: GC-285)

Seminar: Sarah Pearlman (cancelled)

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Venue:GL-220

(This event is cancelled.)

Seminar: Camelia Minoiu

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Venue:CBC-142

"Household credit, global financial cycle, and macroprudential policies: Credit register evidence from an emerging country", by Camelia Minoiu, Univ. of Pennsylvania (Venue: CBC-142)

April

Seminar: Moussa Blimpo (cancelled)

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Venue:GL-220

"Scaling Up School Readiness: Experimental Evidence from The Gambia", by Moussa Blimpo, The World Bank (cancelled)