Seminars: Econometrics

Seminar in Econometrics

Term:   Spring 2021

Location:  Meets via Zoom online. Speakers alternate each week, invited by Harvard and MIT.

Meeting Time:  Thursdays, 4:00-5:00 PM 

Description: Outside speakers and faculty present current research topics in theory and applications of econometrics.

Faculty Coordinators: Isaiah Andrews, Max Kasy, Neil Shephard, James Stock, Elie Tamer.

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Past Seminars in Econometrics Schedules

 

DATE

SPEAKER

TITLE

HOST 

February 18

Raffaella Giacomini (University College London)

"Identification and Inference under Narrative Restrictions" (with T. Kitagawa and M. Read)

MIT

February 25

Joel Horowitz (Northwestern University)

"Estimation of a Heterogeneous Demand Function with Berkson Errors"

Harvard

March 4

Judea Pearl (UCLA)

"The Logic of Causal Thinking" (background material: onetwo)

MIT

March 11

Harvard Department Seminar Week

 

 

March 18

Xavier D'Haultfoeuille (ENSAE Paris)

"Identification and Estimation of Average Marginal Effects in Fixed Effect Logit Models"

Harvard

March 25

Pedro Santa’Anna (Vanderbilt University)

"Difference-in-Differences with Multiple Time Periods" (with Brantly Callaway)

 

April 1

Dmitry Arkhangelsky (CEMFI)

Dmitry Arkhangelsky (CEMFI) "On Policy Evaluation with Aggregate Time-Series Shocks" (with Vasily Korovkin)

Harvard

April 8

Ismael Mourifie (University of Toronto)

"Layered Policy Analysis in Program Evaluation using the MTE" (with Yuanyuan Wan)

MIT

April 15

Bryan Graham (University of California, Berkeley and Harvard)

"An Optimal Test for Strategic Interaction in Social and Economic Network Formation between Heterogeneous Agents" (with Andrin Pelican)

Harvard

April 22

Elias Bareinboim (Columbia University)

"Causal Inference and Data Fusion" (Suggested readings: one, two, three)

MIT

April 29

MIT Departmental Seminar Week