Speakers and Events

Speakers for the 2007-2008 Academic Year:

  • Friday, Sept. 14: Christopher Kilby, (Vassar College), "Changing Aid Regimes? The impact of the Cold War and the War on Terror on the Distribution of US Bilateral Aid", 2 p.m., Hamilton College, KJ 242.
  • Friday, Sept 21: Marc Law ( University of Vermont ), “Medical Licensing Board Characteristics and Physician Discipline: An Empirical Analysis”, 2 p.m., Colgate University, 226 Persson Hall. (paper)
  • Monday, Oct. 1: Mary Daly (SF Federal Reserve Bank), [CANCELLED].
  • Friday, Oct. 19: Mariana Spatareanu, (Rutgers University), [CANCELLED].
  • Friday, Oct. 26: Hodaka Morita (University of New South Wales, visiting Cornell), "Discrete innovation, continuous improvement, and competitive pressure", 2 p.m., Colgate University, 226 Persson Hall. (paper)
  • Friday, November 9: Lee Branstetter (Carnegie Mellon University), "Intellectual Property Rights, Imitation, and Foreign Direct Investment: Theory and Evidence", 2 p.m., Colgate University, 226 Persson Hall. (paper)
  • Friday, December 7: Ahmed S. Rahman (US Navel Academy), "The English Skill Premium Puzzle", 2 p.m., Colgate University, 226 Persson Hall. (paper)
  • Friday, April 11: Gunjan Sharma (University of Missouri), "Industrial Deregulation, Skill Upgrading and Wage Inequality in India", 2:00-3:30 p.m., Colgate University, 226 Persson Hall. (paper)
  • Tuesday, April 29: Giovanni Peri (University of California, Davis and NBER)*, "Migration and Trade in a World of Technological Differences: Theory with an Application to Eastern-Western European Integration", 11:30 a.m., Colgate University, 226 Persson Hall. (paper)
  • Friday, May 2: Niels Westergard-Nielsen (Aarhus School of Business), "The Dispersion of Employees Wage Increases and Firm Performance", 3:15 p.m., Colgate University, 226 Persson Hall. (paper)
  • Thursday, May 8: Nahid Rahman (School of Finance and Economics, University of Technology, Sidney), "The Effects of Institutions on Employment Adjustment: Cross-Country Evidence", 4 p.m., Hamilton College, KJ 221. (paper)