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Guest Speaker Series - Current

Fall 2014 & Spring 2015

Organized by Jianbo Zhang, 785-864-2865
Seminars are held on Friday afternoons from 3:30-5:00 pm, in room 358 Snow Hall, unless otherwise noted.

Fall 2014 Schedule

Date Speaker Seminar Title
Aug 29 No Seminar First Week of Classes/Department Retreat
Sept 5    
Sept 12    
Sept 19    
Sept 26    
Oct 3 Aeimit Lakdawala (Mich St.) How credible is the Federal Reserve? A structural
estimation of policy re-optimizations
(PDF)
Oct 10 Lana Friesen (Queensland)  
Oct 17 Laura Grant (Wisc)  
Oct 24 Qi Li (Texas A&M)  
Oct 31    
Nov 7 Steven Tadelis (Berkeley)  
Nov 14 Carlos Lamarche (Kentucky)  
Nov 21 Jun Nie (KC Fed)  
Nov 28 No Seminar Thanksgiving Break
Dec 5 Shu Shen (UC-Davis)  
Dec 12 No Seminar Stop Day

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* indicates that the speaker was invited by William Barnett or Bernard Cornet as part of the Oswald Distinguished Chair Seminar Series.


Spring 2015 Schedule

Date Speaker Seminar Title
Jan 23 No Seminar First Week of Classes
Feb 6    
Feb 13 Guilia La Mattina (S. Florida)  
Feb 20 Michael Fan (St. Louis)  
Feb 27 Jun Ma (Alabama) What Drives Commodity Returns? Market, Sector or Idiosyncratic Factors?
March 6    
March 13    
March 20 No Seminar Spring Break
March 27    
April 3 *Makram El-Shagi (Halle Inst & Henan) Real Effective Exchange Rate Misalignment in the Euro Area: A counterfactual Analysis
April 10    
April 17    
April 20
Monday
Tony Marino (USC) Work Environment and Moral Hazard
April 24 Kwabena Gyimah-Brempong (S. Florida) Do African Countries Get Health from Health Aid?
May 1    
May 8 No Seminar Stop Day

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* indicates that the speaker was invited by William Barnett or Bernard Cornet as part of the Oswald Distinguished Chair Seminar Series.


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