Economics Seminars

Find seminars on economics that are open to Stanford GSB faculty and PhD students, or request permission to attend.

Economics seminars are held Wednesdays from 3:45 to 5:00 p.m., unless otherwise indicated. Stanford GSB faculty may also schedule a session to meet the speaker individually.

Winter 2022

Date & Time Speaker Title
Jan 18
12:00–1:15pm
C106
Lihua Lei
Stanford University
Double-Robust Two-Way-Fixed-Effects Regression For Panel Data joint paper with Dmitry Arkhangelsky, Guido W. Imbens and Xiaoman Luo
Jan 26
12:00–1:15pm
M109
Ravi Jagadeesan
Stanford University
Matching and Prices joint paper with Alexander Teytelboym
Jan 31
12:00–1:15pm
M109
Antoine Levy
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Housing Policy with Home-Biased Landlords: Evidence from French Rental Markets
Feb 02
12:00–1:15pm
C102
Benjamin Vatter
Northwestern University
Quality Disclosure and Regulation: Scoring Design in Medicare Advantage
Feb 07
12:00–1:15pm
C102
Leon Musolff
Princeton University
Entry Into Two-Sided Markets Shaped By Platform-Guided Search joint paper with Kwok Hao Lee
Feb 09
12:00–1:15pm
M109
Modibo Camara
Northwestern University
Computationally Tractable Choice
Feb 11
12:45–2:00pm
C106
Amanda Dahlstrand
The London School of Economics
Defying Distance? The Provision of Services in the Digital Age

Spring 2022

Date & Time Speaker Title
     
     
     

Fall 2021

Date & Time Speaker Title
Sep 22
3:45–5:00pm
C106
Mira Frick 
Yale University, Department of Economics 
joint paper with Ryota Iijima and Yuhta Ishii
Sep 29
3:45–5:00pm
C106
Kuang Xu
Stanford Graduate School of Business 
Diffusion Asymptotics for Sequential Experiments joint paper with Stefan Wager 
Oct 06
3:45–5:00pm
C106
Elliott Lipnowski
Columbia University 
Curtailing Competition joint paper with Joyee Deb and Aditya Kuvalekar 
Oct 13
3:45–5:00pm
Zoom
Daniel Fershtman
Tel Aviv University 
joint paper with Alessandro Pavan
Oct 20
3:45–5:00pm
C106
Daniel Rappoport 
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business 
Oct 27
3:45–5:00pm
Zoom
Yang Cai
Yale University 
Robust (ML + MD) = Learned Mechanism
Nov 03
3:45–5:00pm
C106
Harry Pei
Northwestern University 
Robust Implementation with Costly Information joint paper with Bruno Strulovici (
Nov 10
3:45–5:00pm
C106
Piotr Dworczak
Northwestern University 
joint paper with Mohammad Akbarpour and Scott Duke Kominers
Nov 17
3:45–5:00pm
Zoom
Aislinn Bohren
University of Pennsylvania
Representing Heuristics as Misspecified Models joint paper with Daniel N. Hauser ( )
Dec 01
3:45–5:00pm
Arrillaga Alumni Center
Lane/Lyons/Lodato
Laura Doval
Columbia Business School
Mechanism Design with Limited Commitment: continuum Type Spaces joint with Vasiliki Skreta

Seminar Organizers

Associate Professor
Economics
Assistant Professor
Economics