|Seminar meets weekly, this year on Thursdays 11:40 AM - 1:00 PM in the Smith Seminar Room (201) of Lorch Hall, except as noted. Exceptions are indicated for seminars joint with the seminars for Macroeconomics (Macro), Applied Microeconomics (ApMic), and the Economic Development and Transition Seminar (ETDS) of the International Policy Center (IPC) of the Ford School. Titles that are highlighted are available here on line.|
|Sep 7, 2006||Thu||NO SEMINAR|
|Sep 14, 2006||Thu||4:10 PM||5240 Weill||EDTS||Beata Javorcik||World Bank||"The Productivity Effects of Services Liberalization"|
|Sep 21, 2006||Thu||4:10 PM||1230 Weill||EDTS||Esther Duflo||MIT||"Monitoring Works: Getting Teachers to Come to School"|
|Sep 27, 2006||Wed||4:10 PM||301 Lorch||Macro||Tim Kehoe||Minnesota||"Trade, Growth and Convergence in a Dynamic Heckscher-Ohlin Model"|
|Sep 28, 2006||Thu||11:40 AM||201 Lorch||Peter Morrow||U of M||"East is East and West is West: A Ricardian-Heckscher-Ohlin Model of Comparative Advantage"|
|Oct 5, 2006||Thu||11:40 AM||201 Lorch||Yui Suzuki||U of M||"Fate for Procyclical Fiscal Policy in Emerging Economies: Role and Function of Sovereign Borrowing with Default Option"|
|Oct 12, 2006||Thu||11:40 PM||201 Lorch||Justin May||U of M||Trade and Migration in an Enlarged European Union: A Spatial Analysis|
|Oct 19, 2006||Thu||11:40 AM||201 Lorch||Jose Berrospide||U of M||"Exchange Rate Regime, Optimal Debt Composition and Hedging in Small Open Economies: Empirical Evidence from Brazil"
||Oct 26, 2006
||U of M
||"Explaining Export Varieties: The Unexplored Role of Comparative Advantage"
||Nov 1, 2006
||"The International Diversification Puzzle Is Not as Bad as You Think"
||Nov 9, 2006
||U of M
||"Why Is Multinational Status Important? Evidence from Job Creation and Job Destruction in Japan"
||Nov 16, 2006
||"Pass-through at the Dock: Pricing to Currency and to Market?"
||Nov 30, 2006
||"International Financial Integration and Entrepreneurship"
||Dec 7, 2006
||Dec 14, 2006
|Schedules from Earlier Terms:||W 06||F 05||W 05||F 04||W 04||F 03||W 03||F 02||W 02||F 01||W 01||F 00||W 00||F 99||W 99||F 98||W 98||F 97||W 97||F 96|
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