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.

 

Spring 2021

Date & Time Speaker Title
Apr 07
3:45-5:00
Zoom
Ryota Iijima
Yale University 
 
Apr 14
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Joyee Deb
Yale School of Management 
 
 
Apr 21
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Tommaso Denti
Cornell University
 
Apr 28
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Yingni Guo
Northwestern University 
 
May 05
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Juan Ortner
Boston University
 
May 12
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Anne-Katrin Roesler
University of Toronto
 
May 19
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Xiaosheng Mu
Princeton University
 
May 26
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Aislinn Bohren
University of Pennsylvania and CEPR
 
Jun 02
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Nina Bobkova
Rice University and CEPR
 

Fall 2020

Date & Time Speaker Title
Sep 16
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Michèle Müller-Itten
University of Notre Dame 
Rational Inattention via Ignorance Equivalence joint paper with Roc Armenter and Zachary R. Stangebye 
Sep 23
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
George Mailath
University of Pennsylvania and Australian National University 
Coalition-Proof Risk Sharing Under Frictions joint paper with Harold L. Cole, Dirk Krueger, and Yena Park 
Sep 30
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Thomas Norman
Magdalen College, University of Oxford
Stability Implies Renegotiation Proofness
Oct 07
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Tibor Heumann
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Informationally Robust Comparative Statics in Incomplete Information Games
Oct 14
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Drew Fudenberg
MIT Economics
Justified Communication Equilibrium joint paper with Daniel Clark 
Appendix
Oct 21
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Wojciech Olszewski
Northwestern University 
Efficient dynamic allocations in endowment economies with linear utilities and private information joint paper with Mikhail Safronov 
Oct 28
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Wioletta Dziuda 
University of Chicago, Harris School of Public Policy
Voters and the Policy Stability versus Responsiveness Tradeoff joint paper with Antoine Loeper from Carlos III ( Abstract
Nov 04
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Vijay Krishna 
Department of Economics Penn State University 
Startups and Upstarts: Disadvantageous Information in R&D joint paper with Yu Awaya 
Nov 11
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Johannes Hörner
Yale University
Too much of a good thing? The dynamics of trust and loyalty joint with Anna Sanktjohanser
Nov 18
3:45-5:00
Zoom 
Sevgi Yuksel
University of California, Santa Barbara
Media Competition and Social Disagreement joint paper with Jacopo Perego 

 

Seminar Organizers

Stanford GSB
Takuo Sugaya
Associate Professor, Economics
Weijie Zhong
Assistant Professor, Economics