Seminars

Economics Department sponsors a weekly seminar series in which UNH faculty, visiting faculty and advanced graduate students present original research papers and receive feedback. Graduate students are key participants in the seminar, earning credits during their first three years in the program for attending presentations, reviewing papers and eventually presenting their own work.

Seminars are held Fridays from 2:10-3:30 pm. All UNH faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend.
Papers are available outside of Paul College room 250 the week of the seminar.

GRADUATE ECONOMICS SEMINAR

Term IV/Spring 2017
Location - PAUL 215 (unless otherwise *noted)
FRIDAYS 2:10-3:30 PM

Questions? Please contact faculty organizer:
Deniz Ozabaci, Assistant Professor of Economics

Deniz.Ozabaci@unh.edu

March 24
2:10-4 p.m.

MA Proposal Presentations (University of New Hampshire)

March 29
3-4:20 p.m.

Timothy M. Smeeding (University of Wisconsin) “Intergenerational Mobility in an Increasingly Unequal World” - *Hogan Lecture, MUB Theatre II

March 31

Talia Bar (University of Connecticut) “Leniency and Loyalty in the Choice of Certifiers: Evidence from the BRC Food Safety Standard“

April 7

Kathleen P. Bell (University of Maine) “Beach Recreation Demand and Environmental Change: Lessons from Maine”

April 14
12:40-2 p.m.

David Bradford (University of Georgia) “The Impact of Medical Marijuana Legalization On Prescription Medication Use and Costs in Medicare Part D”

April 21
*Paul 115

Alfonso Flores Lagunes (Syracuse University) “Bounds on Average Treatment Effects with an Invalid Instrument: An Application to the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment"

April 28
*Paul 115

Lynne Y. Lewis (Bates College) “River Restoration and Hedonic Property Value Analyses: Guidance for Effective Benefit Transfer”

May 5

CANCELLED - MOVED Daniel Rees TO FALL 2017

May 12
8:45 a.m. - 2 p.m.

MA Paper Presentations (University of New Hampshire)
*Holloway Commons, Squamscott Room

May 5

Hooding Ceremony

May 26

Final Exams