Spring 2018 Guest Speakers

All Seminars held in 358 Snow at 3:30 pm unless noted otherwise.

* indicates "Oswald Distinguished Speaker"

Date Speaker Seminar Title Faculty Host
Jan 26 2018      
Jan 31 2018
Amanda Gaulke (K-State) Student Loan Repayment Slusky
Feb 2 2018      
Feb 9 2018      
Feb 14 2018
Chris Garmon (UMKC)

Consumer Response to Surprise Medical Bills in Elective Situations  

Feb 16 2018      
Feb 23 2018      
March 2 2018      
March 7 2018
Didem Tuzeman (KC Fed) Health Care Reform or Labor Market Reform? A Quantitative Analysis of the Affordable Care Act  Slusky

March 9 2018



March 14 2018
Tami Gurley-Calvez (KUMC) Local Earned Income Tax Credits and Infant Health Slusky
March 16 2018      
March 23 2018 Spring Break-No Seminar    
March 30 2018  
April 6 2018*
120 Snow
Anastasiya Luzgina (Virginia) Fintech Development and Cryptocurrency Market Regulation Barnett
April 13 2018*
120 Snow
Xue (Yuki) Wang (Jinan University in China)

Homeownership and Household Formation: No house, No Marriage?

April 18 2018
156 Snow
Ross Milton (K-State) Crowd-out of Private Contributions to Local Public Goods: Evidence from School Tax Referenda Slusky

April 20 2018
120 Snow

Jeff Mills (Cincinnati) Objective Bayesian Precise Hypothesis Testing Keating
April 25 2018
156 Snow
Jason Bergtold (K-State) Sugarcane Contracts in Brazil: How Sweet is the Deal? Earnhart
April 27 2018
120 Snow
Aleksandr Yankelevich (KU School of Business) The Grandfather of Price Discrimination Slusky
May 2 2018
156 Snow
Sarah Martin (KC Health Dept.) Lessons Learned from an Academic in City Government Slusky
May 4 2018 Stop Day-No Seminar    

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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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