ICES Seminars are formal day long visits. Scholars visit and meet with students and faculty of our center to share their research. The day includes the seminar presentation which is open to the public.
These seminars are held on Friday from 12:00 - 1:00 PM EST (see schedule for any changes). The seminars are currently being held virtually via Zoom. Contact ICES Office Manager (email@example.com) to request Zoom links.
Please visit our Events archive to see previous speakers and topics.
Spring 2022 Schedule
|January 28||Measuring Norms using the BESA method | Abstract||Diego Aycinena||Del Rosario University|
|February 4||Your Place in the World: Relative Income and Global Inequality | Abstract||Johanna Mollerstrom||Interdisciplinary Center for Economic Science (GMU)|
|February 11||After the Financial Crisis: The Evolution of the Global Income Distribution Between 2008 and 2013 | Abstract||Branko Milanovic||City University of New York|
|February 18||Sources of Inequality at Birth: the Interplay Between Genes and Parental Socioeconomic Status | Abstract||Pietro Biroli||University of Zurich|
|March 4||Experimental Evidence on the Role of Outside Obligations in Wage Negotiations | Abstract||Laura Razzolini||University of Alabama|
|March 11||An Experimental Analysis of Daily Income Effects in Labor Supply | Abstract||Alec Brandon||Johns Hopkins University|
|March 25||Do Financial Incentives Have Negative Unintended Consequences? Evidence From Payments For Vaccinations | Abstract||Pol Campos-Mercade||University of Copenhagen|
|April 8||Kin-based Institutions and Economic Development | Abstract||Jonathan Beauchamp||George Mason University|
|April 29||Gender, Beliefs, and Coordination with Externalities | Abstract||Tim Cason||Purdue University|
|May 6||The Evolution of Networks and Homophily | Abstract||Leeat Yariv||Princeton University|
January 04, 2022