university of maryland economics

- Read more, Department of Economics You also might want to consider the size of the IS faculty; a larger, more diverse faculty can support research in many different areas, giving you a wide choice in dissertation topics. 2123 Lee Building 7809 Regents Drive College Park, MD 20742 301-405-3644 gradschool@umd.edu PEAKE, CHARLES (Economics), Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park; Monetary economics, finance. Peter Murrell. UMBC undergraduates are eligible to apply for a program combining a B.A. Department of Economics University of Maryland College Park, MD 20742 Master of Science Program in Applied Economics Dr. John Straub, Program Director Straub@umd.edu College Park location 1102 Morrill Hall Program Coordinator: Hardeep Chowdhary (301) 405-3557 CPmasters-econ@umd.edu Washington, DC location 1400 16th Street, NW Suite 140 Washington, DC 20036 Department of Economics University of Maryland College Park, MD 20742 Master of Science Program in Applied Economics Dr. John Straub, Program Director Straub@umd.edu College Park location 1102 Morrill Hall Program Coordinator: Hardeep Chowdhary (301) 405-3557 CPmasters-econ@umd.edu Washington, DC location 1400 16th Street, NW Suite 140 Washington, DC 20036 Un. Only material catalogued in RePEc is considered. The Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM) seeks to recognize emergent scholars in the field by presenting an award for the best PhD dissertation in public policy and management. 301-405-3266. UMD Alumni Cody Tuttle Awarded 2020 APPAM Best PhD Dissertation for "Government Responses to Crime and Racial Inequality." 600+ doctoral degrees conferred annually $12M+ in student and faculty support provided annually by the Graduate School 200+ graduate programs offered at Maryland 48 graduate programs in Top 25 on US News & World Report's list of best graduate schools; 10,500+ postbaccalaureate scholars at Maryland representing all 50 states and 114 countries Cost-benefit analysis is an empirical method of identifying an optimal choice from a set of policy alternatives, where optimal is defined in terms of economic efficiency. Professor Emeritus Peter Morici is a recognized expert on economic policy and international economics. Find out about University of Maryland majors. Email: eunhee11 [at] umd.edu Mailing Address: Department of Economics University of Maryland Tydings Hall 7343 Preinkert Drive … I will be on the job market in the Fall of 2020, will attend the ASSA 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting and plan to graduate in May 2021. The University of Baltimore is part of the University System of Maryland. People who have registered with RePEc and have claimed to be affiliated with this institution: Their publications Find all publications of all authors listed below conveniently compiled on IDEAS. SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; David Drukker, Stata Corp. SEMINAR: THEORY/IO; Mohammad Akbarpour, Stanford University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Salvador Navarro, University of Western Ontario, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Minsu Chang, Georgetown University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Benedikt Poetscher, University of Vienna, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Andrei Zlate, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; George Alessandria, University of Rochester, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Christopher Tonetti, Stanford University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Dan Cao, Georgetown University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Dmitry Mukhin, University of Wisconsin Madison, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Graciela Kaminsky, George Washington University, SEMINAR: INTERNATIONAL FINANCE joint with TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Natalia Ramondo, University of California San Diego, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Kirill Pogorelskiy, University of Warwick, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Daniel Treisman, University of California Los Angles, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; James Fearon, Stanford University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Eduardo Morales, Princeton University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Yan Bai, University of Rochester, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Ricardo Reyes-Heroles, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Peter Bergman, Columbia University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Kurt Lavetti, Ohio State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Matteo Iacoviello, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Hie Joo Ahn, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE: Daniel Greenwald, MIT Sloan, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Richard Murphy, University of Texas Austin, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Michael Gilraine, New York University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Yueran Ma, Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Zhentao Shi, Chinese University of Hong Kong, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Andrew Kloosterman, University of Virginia, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Peter Troyan, University of Virginia, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Thomas Palfrey, California Institute of Technology, SEMINAR:IO/THEORY; Sudipta Sarangi, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS joint with IO/THEORY; Daniel Xu, Duke University, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO; John Hatfield, University of Texas Austin, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO/EXPERIMENTAL; Shaowei Ke, University of Michigan, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO/EXPERIMENTAL; Stephen Ryan, Washington University, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO/EXPERIMENTAL; Jacopo Perego, Columbia University, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO/EXPERIMENTAL; Claudia Robles-Garcia, Stanford University, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO/EXPERIMENTAL; Annie Liang, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Juan Carlos Suarez Serrato, Duke University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Gregory Lane, American University, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO/EXPERIMENTAL; Wolfgang Pesendorfer, Princeton University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Bryan Stuart, George Washington University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; John Eric Humphries, Yale University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Joachim Hubmer, Yale University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Corina Boar, New York University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Peter Robinson, London School of Economics, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Carles Boix, Princeton University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Liyu Dou, Chinese University of Hong Kong, SEMINAR: HISTORY / IO/THEORY; Jose-Antonio Espin-Sanchez, Yale University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Kota Saito, California Institute of Technology, SEMINAR; ECONOMETRICS; Mikkel Plagborg-Moller, Princeton University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT: Christopher Smith, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Owen Zidar, Princeton University, SEMINAR:IO/THEORY joint w/LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE; Molly Schnell, SIEPR/Northwestern, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS: Olga Timoshenko, George Washington University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Alonso de Gortari, Princeton University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; James Feigenbaum, Boston University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS: Natalia Ramondo, CANCELED, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Peter Bergman - CANCELLED, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPEMENT; Abby Alpert, University of Pennsylvania Wharton, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Neil Shephard, Harvard University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Marie-Louise Viero, Queens University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Miguel Ballester, University of Oxford, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; James Cox, Georgia State University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Eugenio Proto, University of Bristol, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Ian Krajbich, Ohio State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Juliane Begenau, Stanford GSB, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Markus Brunnermeier, Princeton University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Martin Uribe, Columbia University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Alberto Martin, CREI, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE: Olivier Coibion, University of Texas at Austin, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Christopher Carroll, Johns Hopkins University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Christina Patterson, MIT, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Ala Avoyan, Indiana University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Yizhou Jin, Stony Brook University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Lorena Keller, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Thomas Drechsel, London School of Economics, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Lorena Keller, Northwestern University, Kellogg School, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Sasha Indarte, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Lesley Sheng Shen, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Mauricio Ulate, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Teddy Mekonnen, Northwestern/Caltech, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE/Stephanie Johnson, Northwestern University, SEMINAR; MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Pierre DeLeo, Boston College, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Marleen Marra, University College London, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Timothy Armstrong, Yale University, SEMINAR: DEVELOPMENT; Siddharth George, Harvard University, SEMINAR: IO.THEORY; Chenyu Yang, University of Rochester, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Hsin-Tien Tiffany Tsai, University of California, Berkeley, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Sergio Rebelo, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; John Coglianese, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Daniel Hamermesh, University of Texas Austin, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Adam Dominiak, Virginia Tech, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Ashley Swanson, University of Pennsylvania Wharton, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Anthony Fowler, University of Chicago Harris, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Gregory Martin, Stanford Graduate School of Business, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Nitya Pandalai Nayar, University of Texas Austin, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Nick Tsivanidis, Dartmouth College, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUIONS/POLITICS: Fuad Aleskerov, Higher School of Economics, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Hidehiko Ichimura, University of Arizona, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Guillermo Marshall, University of Illinois, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT’L FINANCE; Veronica Guerrieri, University of Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Erich Battistin, University of Maryland AREC, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Rebecca Diamond, Stanford Graduate School of Business, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Guido Lorenzoni, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE joint w/TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Ariel Burstein, UCLA, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Liliana Varela, University of Warwick, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Raphael Schoenle, Brandeis University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Kinda Hachem, University of Virginia, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Emanuel Vespa, University of California Santa Barbara, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Sevgi Yuksel, University of California, Santa Barbara, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Faruk Gul, Princeton University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Sudipta Sarangi, Virginia Tech - CANCELLED, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Fuad Aleskerov, National Research University Higher School of Economics, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Daniel Friedman, University of California, Santa Cruz, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY joint w/PUBLIC FINANCE; Martin Hackmann, University of California Los Angeles, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Peter Newberry, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Fanyin Zheng, Columbia University, SEMINAR: IO/Theory; Nicholas Buchholz, Princeton University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Andres Aradillas-Lopez, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INTERNATIONAL FINANCE: George-Marios Angeletos, MIT, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Peter Hansen, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Arlene Wong, Princeton University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Michal Kolesar, Princeton University, SEMINAR; MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Narayana Kocherlakota, University of Rochester, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Aditya Aladangady, Board of Governors, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Benjamin Hansen, Unversity of Oregon, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Natalia Rigol, Harvard University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Joshua Goodman, Harvard University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Ruixuan Liu, Emory University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Jessica Goldberg, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: Labor/Public Finance/Development; Leah Boustan, Princeton University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS joint with IO/THEORY; Isabelle Perrigne, Rice University, SEMINAR: International Trade: Fernando Parro, Johns Hopkins University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Selcuk Ozyurt, Sbranci University, visiting Carnegie Mellon, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Chris Vickers, Auburn University, SEMINAR; TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Alan Spearot, University of California, Santa Cruz, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Meredith Startz, Princeton University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Albert Zevelev, Baruch College, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS: Debopam Bhattacharya, University of Cambridge, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; In Song Kim, MIT, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Joel David, University of Southern California, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY/EXPERIMENTAL; Massimiliano Amarante, Université de Montréal, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY/EXPERIMENTAL; Volker Nocke, UCLA, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Efe Ok, New York University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Chen Zhao, University of Hong Kong, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY: Barry Sopher, Rutgers University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Maxim Troshkin, Cornell University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Fabio Ghironi, University of Washington, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Sweta Saxena, IMF, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Enrique Mendoza, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Brent Bundick, Federal Reserve Bank, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Basile Grassi, Bocconi University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Etienne Gagnon, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS joint w/IO/THEORY; Adam Rosen, Duke University, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION; Nathan Miller, Georgetown University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Ben Keys, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Miguel Urquiola, Columbia University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Peter Ganong, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Lisa Kahn, Yale University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Christopher Neilson, Princeton University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Tom Vogl, Princeton University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Brian Jacob, University of Michigan, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Sergio Salgado, University of Minnesota, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION; Richard Domurat, University of California Los Angles, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Diego Daruich, New York University, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION: Andrew Steck; Duke University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Pavel Brendler, Wisconsin School of Business, SEMINAR:MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Julian Kozlowski, New York University, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION; Yi Xin; Johns Hopkins University, SEMINAR: PUBLIC ECONOMICS; Qing Gong, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY; Daniel Waldinger, MIT, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Dmitri Koustas, UC Berkeley, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Hong Lin, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Xuezhen Tao, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY: Haomin Yan, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Sina Ates, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Alexander Brown, Texas A&M University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Peter Egger, ETH Zurich, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Ariel Rubinstein, New York University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Christopher Chambers, Georgetown University, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Trevon Logan, Ohio State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Salome Baslandze, Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; John Wallis, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS: Eleonora Patacchini, Cornell University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Fatih Karahan, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Russell Cooper, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INDUSTRIAL FINANCE; Boragan Aruoba, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY/EXPERIMENTAL; Francisco Alvarez, Universidad Complutense Madrid, visiting UMD, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Michael Peters, Yale University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS joint w/LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Christopher Walters, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Elisa Giannone, Princeton University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Stefania Garetto, Boston University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Tommaso Nannicini, Bocconi University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Bruce Meyer, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Susan Parker, University of Maryland, School of Public Policy, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Maria Petrova, Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, SEMiNAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Clemence Tricaud, Ecole Polytechnique, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Tao Zha, Emory University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Simon Gilchrist, New York University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Marina Azzimonti, Stony Brook University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT joint w/TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Isaac Sorkin, Stanford University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Sarah Turner, University of Virginia, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Manuela Angelucci, University of Texas at Austin, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Erik Hurst, University of Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY; Vivek Bhattacharya, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY; Huseyin Yildirim, Duke University, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY; Christopher Sullivan, University of Wisconsin-Madison, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY; Tim Hubbard, Colby College, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY; Eugenio Miravete, University of Texas Austin, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY joint w/ECONOMETRICS; Gaston Illanes, Northwestern University, SEMINAR; INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY / EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS; Chloe Tergiman, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; David Berger, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Hassan Afrouzi, Columbia University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Costas Arkolakis, Yale University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Elias Papaioannou, London Business School, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Heejeong Kim, Concordia University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE: Thomas Winberry, University of Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT: Jeremy Magruder, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Gauti Eggertsson, Brown University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/ INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Raghuram Rajan, University of Chicago Booth, UMD Closed due to Expected inclement Weather, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Sandra Black, University of Texas, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Marc Henry, Pennsylvania State University, ECON 708 - IO/Theory - Xuezhen Tao (presenting JMP), ECON 708 - IO/Theory - Matt Staiger (Joint), ECON 708 - IO/Theory - Xuezhen Tao (presenting joint work), ECON 708 - Applied Micro joint with /IO/Theory- Cristian Sanchez, ECON 708 - Applied Micro - Mateo Uribe-Castro, ECON 708 - Applied Micro - Alejandro Graziano, ECON 708 - Applied Micro - Elizabeth Mata (Public Policy), ECON 708 - Applied Micro - Matt Staiger (Joint), ECON 708 - Applied Micro - Thomas Hegland, ECON 708 - Applied Micro - Fernando Saltiel, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS joint with MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Andres Rodriguez-Clare, University of California Berkeley, SEMIINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Gianluca Violante, New York University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY, Emin Karagozoglu, Bilkent University, SEMINAR: I0/THEORY; Sebastian Fleitas, University of Arizona, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Ufuk Akcigit, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE; Alexander Bartik, MIT, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Nelson Lind, University of California San Diego, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Yan Ji, MIT, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE; Nolan Pope, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Soheil Ghili, Northwestern University Kellogg School, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Jasmine Xiao, University of Cambridge, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Nicolas Caramp, MIT, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Simcha Barkai, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/ INT'L FINANCE; Alexander Rodnyansky, Princeton University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Whitney Newey, MIT, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Eric Kolaczyk, Boston University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Cecile Gaubert, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Costas Akrolakis, Yale University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Jason Blevins, Ohio State University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Danny Yagan, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR; LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT, Randall Walsh, University of Pittsburg, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY, Mark Dean, Columbia University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Ryan Oprea, University of California Santa Barbara, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Nageeb Ali, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Alistair Wilson, University of Pittsburg, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Collin Raymond, Amherst College, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Timothy Salmon, Southern Methodist University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Jon Eguia, Michigan State University, ASSA 2017 University of Maryland Faculty, Students, and Alumni Reception, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Erica Field - CANCELLED, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Felipe Barrera-Osorio, Harvard, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Paul Gertler, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Owen Ozier, World Bank, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT: Ian M. Schmutte, University of Georgia, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Mark Rosenzweig, Yale University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Emi Nakamura, Columbia University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Lawrence Ausubel, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Eric Sims, University of Notre Dame, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Brent Neiman, University of Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Ernesto Pasten, Central Bank of Chile, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Kurt Mitman, IIES, Stockholm University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Virgiliu Midrigan, New York University, SEMINAR: Trade / Institutions / Politics; Christian Dippel, UCLA Anderson School of Management, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Vincent Pons, Harvard Business School, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Grace Weishi Gu, University of California - Santa Cruz, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS joint w/MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Javier Cravino, University of Michigan, ECON 708: Martha Caulkins (Environmental Economics), ECON 708: Ozlem Tonguc (Behavioral and Experimental Economics), ECON 708: Emekcan Yucel (Political Economy), SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Whitney Newey CANCELED - To Be Rescheduled, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Ying Zeng, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS joint w/LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE: Wolfgang Keller, University of Colorado Boulder, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Manasa Patnam, CREST-ENSAE, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / HEALTH / EDUCATION; Owen Thompson, University of Wisconsin, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Ron Gallant, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Ivan Fernandez-Val, Boston University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Joris Pinkse, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR; ECONOMETRICS; Benoit Perron, Universite de Montreal, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Shuyang Sheng, University of California LA, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Xu Cheng, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Andres Rodriguez-Claire - Cancelled to be Rescheduled, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Horacio Larreguy, Harvard University, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Roger Betancourt, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Melissa Dell, Harvard University, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Lance Lochner, University of Western Ontario, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Rodrigo Soares, Columbia SIPA, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Na'ama Shenhav, Dartmouth College, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Todd Elder, Michigan State University, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT: Esther Duflo, MIT, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Damon Jones, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: LAB0R / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT: Nathaniel Hilger, Brown University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Liliana Varela, University of Houston, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE joint w/TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Samuel Kortum, Yale University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Olivier Jeanne, Johns Hopkins University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Marina Azzimonti; CANCELED, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Kyle Jurado, Duke University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Emmanuel Farhi, Harvard University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Javier Bianchi, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE: Joan Farre-Mensa, Harvard Business School, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Alejandro Justiniano, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Victor Rios-Rull, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Shu Lin Wee, Carnegie Mellon University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Ashley Swanson, University of Pennsylvania Wharton, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Daniel Zizzo, Newcastle University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Matthew Grennan, University of Pennsylvania Wharton, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY, Gary Bolton, University of Texas Dallas, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Mitsu Igami, Yale University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Greg Lewis, Microsoft, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Ioana Marinescu, University of Chicago Harris, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Ethan Kaplan, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS: John Wallis, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: I0/THEORY; Oleg Baranov, University of Colorado Boulder, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Matias Cattaneo, University of Michigan, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Joshua Gottlieb, University of British Columbia, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Basit Zafar, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Quy-Toan Do, World Bank, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT: Seth Zimmerman, University of Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT: Lesley Turner, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Navin Kartik, Columbia University, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Ilyana Kuziemko, Princeton University, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS: Romain Ranciere, IMF, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Allan Drazen and Emekcan Yucel, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Elena Manresa Quirante, MIT Sloan, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Anna Mikusheva, MIT, WASHINGTON AREA ECONOMIC HISTORY SEMINAR: John Tang, Australian National University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Yusufcan Masatlioglu, University of Michigan, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Amir Jina, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Maximilian Kasy, Harvard University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Guillermo Ordonez, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Matthew Rognlie, MIT, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE: Pablo Ottonello, University of Michigan, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Egon Zakrajsek, Board of Governors, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Alessandro Dovis, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE: Pablo Kurlat, Stanford University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Arthur Lewbel, Boston College, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Rasmus Lentz, University of Wisconsin Madison, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC; Esther Duflo, CANCELED, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Yan Chen, University of Michigan, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Uzi Segal, Boston College, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Marciano Siniscalchi, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Joe Mazur, Purdue University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Jonathan Meer, Texas A&M University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Yoram Halevy, University of British Columbia, ECON 709: Shanxiao Wang, Yang Liu [START AT 12:20], ECON 709: Rodrigo Heresi, Marcelo Teixeira [START AT 12:20], ECON 709: Veronika Penciakova, Jongho Park [START AT 12:20], SEMINAR: PUBLIC FINANCE / HEALTH; Diane Alexander, Princeton University, SEMINAR: PUBLIC FINANCE / HEALTH; Dan Zeltzer, Princeton University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE: Ricardo Reyes-Heroles, Princeton University, SEMINAR: INTERNATIONAL TRADE; Rodrigo Rodrigues Adao, MIT, SEMINAR: INTERNATIONAL TRADE; Eunhee Lee, Yale University, SEMINAR: INTERNATIONAL TRADE; Sharon Traiberman, Princeton University, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE; Benjamin Lockwood, Harvard University, SEMINAR: MACROEONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Sergio DeFerra, London School of Economics, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE, Samer Shousha, Columbia University, SEMINAR: INTERNATIONAL TRADE; David Krisztian Nagy, Princeton University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE, Tarek Hassan, University of Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE, Charles Engel, University of Wisconsin, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY Lixin Ye, Ohio State University, visiting UMD, EVENT: Robert Rubin, Former U.S. Treasury Secretary and Author of New York Times Bestseller, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT Benjamin Marx, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Daniel Shoag, Harvard University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS Yongmiao Hong, Cornell University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY Matthew Shum, California Institute of Technology, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT Jonathan Zinman, Dartmouth University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE Francisco Buera, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; 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