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.

Fall 2022

Date & Time Speaker Title
Sep 28
3:45-5:00
C106
Vasiliki Skreta
The University of Texas at Austin 
Informed Information Design joint paper with Frederic Koessler 
Oct 05
3:45-5:00
C106
Evan Sadler
Columbia University in the City of New York 
 
Oct 12
3:45-5:00
C106
Eric Budish
The University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Oct 19
3:45-5:00
C106
Jeff Ely
Department of Economics Northwestern University 
Ruth, Anthony, and Clarence
Oct 26
3:45-5:00
C106
Federico Echenique
UC Berkeley
Empirical Welfare Economics joint paper with Christopher P. Chambers
Nov 02
3:45-5:00
BC104
Yeon-Koo Che
Columbia University in the City of New York 
Predictive Enforcement joint paper with Jinwoo Kim and Konrad Mierendorff 
Nov 09
3:45-5:00
C106
Quitze Valenzuela-Stookey
UC Berkeley
Nov 16
3:45-5:00
C106
Bryony Reich
Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University 
joint with Niko Matouschek and Michael Powell
Nov 30
3:45-5:00
C106
Ludvig Sinander
University of Oxford
The Comparative Statics of Persuasion 
Dec 07
3:45-5:00
Econ Landau, Lucas A Room
Julien Combe
Department of Economics of Ecole Polytechnique
 

Spring 2023

Date & Time Speaker Title
Apr 05
3:45-5:00
TBD
Xiao Lin
University of Pennsylvania
 
Apr 19
3:45-5:00
TBD
Phil Reny
University of Chicago 
 
Apr 26
3:45-5:00
TBD
Arjada Bardhi
Duke University
 
May 03
3:45-5:00
TBD
Ben Brooks
University of Chicago 
 
May 10
3:45-5:00
TBD
Can Urgun
Princeton University
 
May 17
3:45-5:00
TBD
Ina Taneva
University of Edinburgh
 
May 24
3:45-5:00
TBD
Dirk Bergemann
Yale University
 
May 31
3:45-5:00
TBD
Yuhta Ishii
Pennsylvania State University
 
June 07
3:45-5:00
TBD
Eduardo Azevedo 
University of Pennsylvania
 

Seminar Organizers

Assistant Professor of Economics