Seminars

Fall 2018 Guest Speakers
All Wednesday Seminars are held at 3:30 pm in 452 Snow and Friday Seminars are held at 3:30 pm in 120 Snow unless noted otherwise.

* indicates "Oswald Distinguished Speaker"

Date Speaker Seminar Title Faculty Host
Aug 24      
Aug 29
Wednesday
Daniel Tannenbaum (Nebraska) Does eviction cause poverty? Quasi-experimental evidence from Cook County, IL Slusky
Aug 31 No Seminar Labor Day Weekend  
Sept 5 Jacquelyn Pless (Oxford) Are "Complementary Policies" Substitutes? Evidence from R&D Subsidies in the UK Earnhart
Sept 7      
Sept 14      
Sept 21 Corina Mommaerts (Wisconsin-Madison) Migration and Consumption Insurance in Bangladesh Slusky
Sept 28 JunJie Wu (Oregon State) Mobility, Agglomeration, and the Effectiveness of Environmental Regulation Tsvetanov
Oct 5 Katie Genadek (Census Bureau) Universal Full-Day Kindergarten and Maternal Labor Supply: A Life-Cycle Analysis Ginther
Oct 12 No Seminar Fall Break  
Oct 19      
Oct 26      
Oct 31
Wednesday
Han Wang (K-State Job Market Candidate)   Slusky
Nov 2 Enrique Martínez-García (Dallas Fed)   Keating
Nov 7
Wednesday
Mian Raza (K-State Job Market Candidate)   Tsvetanov
Nov 9      
Nov 14
Wednesday
Michelle Marcus (Vanderbilt)   Ginther
Nov 16 Ying Lin (K-State Job Market Candidate) How Much Do Consumers Value Single-cup Coffee Brew Technology? An Empirical Examination of Market Impacts of the Introduction and Growing Penetration of Single-cup Brew Technology on the US Brew-At-Home Coffee Market Earnhart
Nov 23 No Seminar Thanksgiving Break  
Nov 28
Wednesday
Gautam Gowrisankaran (Arizona)   Slusky
Nov 30 Nuwan Indika (K-State Job Market Candidate)   Tvetanov
Dec 5 Shengnan Fang (K-State Job Market Candidate)   Slusky
Dec 7 No Seminar Stop Day  

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Dr. Shu Wu, 1966 - 2018

Dr. Shu Wu, Professor of Economics and Associate Chair, Department of Economics at University of Kansas, and a resident of Overland Park, KS, passed away Thursday, May 31, 2018.
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