Department News and Events
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Upcoming EventsOctober 2013:
The YU Economics Department co-sponsored the2013 NSF/NBER/CEME seminar in Mathematical Economics and General Equilibrium together with Columbia Business School. The program included papers by renowned economists from the U.S., Europe, and Australia.
Fall 2013 YU Economics Faculty Seminar Schedule:
(all seminars held at Beren campus)
Sept. 12: Geoffroy De Clippel (Brown University) "Competing for Consumer Inattention"
Oct. 3: Andres Carvajal (U. of Western Ontario) "On Information Closure and Asset Prices"
Oct. 17: Mark Aguiar (Princeton University) "Take the Short Route: How to repay sovereign debt when you must, and how to restructure it when you can"
Nov. 7: Katarina Borovickova (New York University) "What Drives Labor Market Flows?"
Nov. 14: Yeon-koo Che (Columbia University) "Optimal Design for Social Learning"
Nov. 21: Silvio Rendon (Stony Brook) "Behind the Great Recession: Job Search and Housing Decisions"
Dec. 5: Ryan Michaels (University of Rochester)
Dec. 12: Isabelle Perrigne (Rice University)
Fall 2012 Faculty Seminars
Oct. 18: Ariel Rubinstein (New York University)
Oct. 25: Pierre Yared (Columbia University)
Nov. 8: Florin Bidian (Georgia State University)
Nov. 15: Makoto Nakajima (Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia)
Nov. 29: Bernard Cornet (University of Kansas and Université Paris I)
Dec. 20: Mallesh Pai (University of Pennsylvania)
The Economics Society is a student organization with the goal of promoting interest in the subject of economics and its application to real world events. The Society plans a variety of events throughout the academic year. For more information, contact Natan Weingarten.
James Kahn — James Kahn "The Production Impact of Cash for Clunkers: Implications for Stabilization Policy", Economic Inquiry (forthcoming, joint with Adam Copeland)