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Spring 2016

This workshop meets every Tuesday at 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. (Please note locations below for each week) For questions please contact Ada Barbosa or Amanda Whittington.

March 29, 2016 (Please Note: Location will be at SHFE 112)
Andrea Wilson, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Becker Friedman Institute Visiting Scholar
"Source Amnesia"

April 5, 2016 (Please Note: Location will be at Booth Harper Center, Room 3B)
Jacob Leshno, Columbia Business School
"Dynamic Matching in Overloaded Waiting Lists"

April 12, 2016 (Please Note: Location will be at SHFE 112)
Jeremy Bulow, Stanford Graduate School of Business and Becker Friedman Institute Visiting Scholar
"Market-Based Bank Capital Regulation" and "Equity Recourse Notes: Creating Counter-Cyclical Bank Capital"

April 19, 2016 (Please Note: Location will be at Booth Harper Center, Room 3B)
Mohammad Akbarpour, University of Chicago, Becker Friedman Institute Research Fellow
"Approximate Random Allocation Mechanisms"

April 26, 2016 (Please Note: Location will be at SHFE 112)
Aislinn Bohren, University of Pennsylvania
"Optimal Contracting with Costly State Verification, with an Application to Crowdsourcing"

May 3, 2016 (Please Note: Location will be at Booth Harper Center, Room 3B)
Yingni Guo, Northwestern University
"Sequential Group Persuasion"
 
May 10, 2016 (Please Note: Location will be at SHFE 112)
Alberto Bisin, New York University and Becker Friedman Institute Visiting Scholar
"Equilibrium Corporate Finance"

May 17, 2016 (Please Note: Location will be at Booth Harper Center, Room 3B)
Stephen Morris, Princeton University and Becker Friedman Institute Visiting Scholar
"Crises: Equilibrium Shifts under Model Uncertainty"

May 24, 2016 (Please Note: Location will be at SHFE 112)
Balazs Szentes, London School of Economics, and University of Chicago Visiting Professor
"Buyer-Optimal Learning and Monopoly Pricing"

May 31, 2016 (Please Note: Location will be at Booth Harper Center, Room 3B)
Bruno Strulovici, Northwestern University
"A Theory of corruption, surveillance, and social collapse with selfish agents"

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