This workshop meets Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m. in Saieh Hall for Economics 112. For questions, please contact Jamie Phillips.
Previous quarters: Fall 2016 | Winter-Spring 2016 | Fall 2015 | Spring 2015 | Winter 2015 | Fall 2014 | Spring 2014 | Winter 2014 | Fall 2013 | Winter-Spring 2013 | Fall 2012 | Winter-Spring 2012 | Fall 2011
Robert Shimer, Department of Economics, University of Chicago
"Meeting Technologies in Decentralized Asset Markets"
Guillermo Ordoñez, University of Pennsylvania; Becker Friedman Institute Visiting Scholar
"Good Booms, Bad Booms" (joint with Gary Gorton)
Dirk Krueger, University of Pennsylvania; Becker Friedman Institute Visiting Scholar
Note Special Location: SHFE 146
"High Marginal Tax Rates on the Top 1%? Lessons from a Life Cycle Model with Idiosyncratic Income Risk"
Costas Arkolakis, Yale University; Becker Friedman Institute Visiting Scholar
"On the Existence and Uniqueness of Trade Equilibria," (with T. Allen and X. Li)
Fernando Alvarez, Department of Economics, University of Chicago
"Random Risk Aversion and Liquidity: a Model of Asset Pricing and Trade Volumes"
Darrell Duffie, Stanford University
"Funding Value Adjustments," (joint work with Leif Andersen and Yang Song)
Anmol Bandhari, University of Minnesota; Becker Friedman Institute Visiting Scholar
"Asset Pricing with Endogenously Uninsurable Tail Risks," (joint with Hengjie Ai)
Francois Geerolf, UCLA
"A Theory of Pareto Distributions"
Venky Venkateswaran, NYU
"Screening and Adverse Selection in Frictional Markets"
Luigi Bocola, Northwestern University
"Self-Fulfilling Debt Crises: A Quantitative Analysis"
Emmanuel Farhi, Harvard University
"The Macroeconomic Impact of Microeconomic Shocks: Beyond Hulten’s Theorem"
Xavier Gabaix, Harvard University
"Behavioral Macroeconomics via Sparse Dynamic Programming"
David Lagakos, UCSD
"The Welfare Effects of Encouraging Rural-Urban Migration," (joint with Mushfiq Mobarak and Michael Waugh)
Greg Kaplan, Department of Economics, University of Chicago
"When Inequality Matters for Macro and Macro Matters for Inequality"