Virtual AFE Seminar Series
Subscribe to our listserv at Virtual AFE Seminar Series to receive Zoom invitations and login information.
This virtual seminar series is organized jointly by John List, Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics, University of Chicago and Robert Metcalfe, Boston University Questrom School of Business, and serves as a complement to the annual AFE Conference.
The virtual seminar meets weekly via Zoom on Wednesdays at 12pm Eastern/11am Central. Seminars will consist of a 45 minute research paper presentation followed by 15 minutes of Q&A. For questions, please contact Jamie Temmer (Phillips).
Visit our YouTube playlist for videos of all past talks.
Imran Rasul, University College London
"The Impacts of a Multifaceted Pre-natal Intervention on Human Capital Accumulation in Early Life"
Janet Currie, Princeton University
"Can Mentoring Help Female Assistant Professors in Economics? An Evaluation by Randomized Trial"
Leonardo Bursztyn, University of Chicago
"Misperceived Social Norms: Women Working Outside the Home in Saudi Arabia"
Jacob Goldin, Stanford University
"Health Insurance and Mortality: Experimental Evidence from Taxpayer Outreach"
Ted Miguel, University of California Berkeley
"General Equilibrium Effects of Cash Transfers: Experimental Evidence from Kenya"
Hunt Allcott, New York University
"Are High-Interest Loans Predatory? Theory and Evidence from Payday Lending"
Nathan Hendren, Harvard University
"Creating Moves to Opportunity: Experimental Evidence on Barriers to Neighborhood Choice"
Rebecca Dizon-Ross, University of Chicago
"Incentivizing Behavioral Change: The Role of Time Preferences"
Eric Bettinger, Stanford University
"Does EdTech Substitute for Traditional Learning? Experimental Estimates of the Educational Production Function"
Susan Athey, Stanford University
"Designing Adaptive Field Experiments"
Seema Jayachandran, Northwestern University
Future dates to be announced...
Stefano DellaVigna, University of California Berkeley
"RCTs to Scale: Comprehensive Evidence from Two Nudge Units"
Michael Kremer, Harvard University
"Water Quality and Child Survival: A Meta-Analysis"