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July  6 (Friday) Claude Menard
CV: Upload/File/2018/7/20180703031839108.pdf
Institutional Layers and Technological Strata: An Integrated Model
June  26 (Tuesday) H. Oliver Gao
Dr. Gao, Director of Cornell Systems Engineering and Director of Center for Transportation, Environment, and C...
City Intelligence for Intelligent Living: From Transportation to Air Pollution and Public Health—Are We Doing the Right Thing, and Doing it Right?
 21 (Thursday) Jan Brueckner
Department of Economics, University of California, Irvine. Please find Prof. Brueckner's CV for more informati...
Stringency of Land-Use Regulation: Building Heights in US Cities
 12 (Tuesday) William A. Barnett
Prof. Barnett is currently the Oswald Distinguished Professor of Macroeconomics at the University of Kansas an...
Monetary Aggregation Theory: Getting It Wrong, How Faulty Monetary Statistics Undermined the Fed, the Financial System and the Economy
 7 (Thursday) Syngjoo Choi
Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Seoul National University. Please see Prof. Choi's CV for more i...
Education Interventions Improve Economic Rationality
 6 (Wednesday) Zhigang Feng
Assistant Professor, University of Nebraska at Omaha. Please see Prof. Feng's CV for more information.
Sovereign Defaults: Macroeconomic Activity and Political and Financial Frictions
 5 (Tuesday) Tianyu Zhang
Professor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong Prof. Tianyu Zhang's CV.
Does Institutional Knowledge Drive the Information Wedge in Emerging Markets? Evidence from Analysts of Local and Foreign Brokerage Firms in China
May  31 (Thursday) Jinhui Bai
Associate Professor, School of Economic Sciences, Washington State University. Prof. Bai's CV
The Welfare and Distributional Effects of Fiscal Volatility: a Quantitative Evaluation
 25 (Friday) Zhiyong Yao
Associate Professor, School of Management, Fudan University Please see Prof. Yao's CV for more information.
When Is Upstream Collusion Profitable?
 21 (Monday) Allan Hernandez Chanto
Lecturer(Assistant Professor), School of Economics,University of Queensland. Please see Prof. Chanto's CV for ...
Centralized Assignment of Students to Majors: Evidence from the University of Costa Rica
 17 (Thursday) Kong-Pin Chen
Shill Bidding, Reserve Price and Seller’s Revenue
 14 (Monday) Yuya Sasaki
Associate Professor of Economics, Vanderbilt University. Please see Prof. Sasaki's CV for more information.
Uniform condence bands for nonparametric errors-in-variables regression
 10 (Thursday) Tao Peng
Associate Professor, Southwestern University of Finance and Economics. Prof. Peng's webpage can be found here:...
Keeping Up with the Zhangs and House Price Dynamics in China
 7 (Monday) Yohanes Eko Riyanto
Associate Professor at Nanyang Technological University, Associate Editor of Journal of Economic Behavior and ...
Costly Information Acquisition, Social Networks and Asset Prices: Experimental Evidence
April  27 (Friday) Tailen Hsing
CV: Upload/File/2018/4/20180416041956576.pdf
Modeling and Inference of Local Stationarity
 24 (Tuesday) Keqing Liu
Dr. Keqing Liu is the Associate Professor at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. Prof. Liu received ...
Overborrowing, Bank Runs and Monetary Policy
 16 (Monday) Junfu Zhang
Please see Prof. Junfu Zhang's CV for more information.
Super Bowl Participation and the Local Economy: Evidence from the Stock Market
March  26 (Monday) Motohiro Okada
Professor of Economics, Konan University. Please find Prof. Okada's CV for more information.
A Reappraisal of Karl Marx’s views on labour exchange: for the 200th anniversary of his birth
 19 (Monday) Shuo Chen
Professor at Department of Economics, Fudan University. Prof. Shuo Chen's CV: Upload/File/2018/3/2018031503332...
Move to Success? Headquarters Relocation, Political Favouritism, and Corporate Performance
 15 (Thursday) Wei Huang
Dr HUANG Wei is the President’s Assistant Professor in the Department of Real Estate and Department ...
One-Child Policy, Marriage Distortion, and Welfare Loss
 8 (Thursday) Zhiwei Xu
Associate Professor of Finance, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Please see Prof. Xu's CV for more information.
Cycles of Credit Expansion and Misallocation: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly