Departmental Speaker Seminars

Departmental Speaker Seminars: 2017-2018

Seminars are held on Wednesdays, from 3:30-5:00 pm, in room 358 Snow Hall, unless otherwise noted.

Wednesday presentation are generally made by department faculty and graduate students. If the speaker is not from KU their affiliation will be listed.


 

Fall 2017 Schedule

Date Speaker Seminar Title
8/30/2017    
9/6/2017
4 pm 120 Snow
Jason Lindo (Texas A&M)
(invited by Dr. Slusky)
"How Far Is Too Far? New Evidence on Abortion Clinic Closures, Access, and Abortions"
9/13/2017
4062 Wescoe
Lucie Schmidt (Williams)
(invited by Dr. Ginther)
Supplemental Security Income and Child Outcomes: Evidence from Birth Weight Eligibility Cutoffs
9/20/2017    
9/27/2017
4062 Wescoe
David Slusky The Effect of an Increase in Lead in the Water System on Fertility, Pregnancy, and Birth Outcomes: The Case of Flint, Michigan
10/4/2017    
10/11/2017    
10/18/2017 Jiacheng He TBA
10/20/2017
Friday
Manuel Pulido Velasquez TBA
10/23/2017
Monday
Jessica McCloskey The Impact of Unemployment Insurance on Job Quality: Recent Evidence from the US
10/25/2017

Michael Roberts
(2:45 in 358 Snow)

Asmaa Yaseen
​(4:30 in 120 Snow)

The Impact of No Child Left Behind on Teacher Turnover
 

TBA

11/1/2017    
11/8/2017 Jessica Dutra Incorporating Cost Efficiencies into Upward Pricing Pressure
11/15/2017  
 
11/22/2017 No Seminar Thanksgiving Break
11/29/2017    
12/6/2017    
     

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Spring 2018 Schedule

Date Speaker Seminar Title
1/24/2018    
1/31/2018    
2/7/2018    
2/14/2018    
2/21/2018    
2/28/2018    
3/7/2018    
3/14/2018 No Seminar Spring Break
3/21/2018    
3/28/2018    
4/4/2018    
4/11/2018    

4/18/2018

 

 

4/25/2018    
5/2/2018    

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