Economics 841-842
Research Seminar in International Economics
Schedule - Winter 2009

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), Business Economics (BE) in the Business School, 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.
Date Day Time Place Jnt/w Speaker From Topic
Mar 5, 2009 Thu 11:40 AM 201 Lorch Yener Kandogan U of M Flint "If You Speak English, Why Bother Learning a Foreign Language?"
Mar 11, 2009 NOTE:
4:10 PM 301 Lorch Macro Narayana Kocherlakota Minnesota "Bursting Bubbles: Consequences and Cures"
Mar 19, 2009 Thu 11:40 AM 201 Lorch Vivian Yue NYU "A Solution to the Default Risk-Business Cycle Disconnect"
Mar 26, 2009 Thu 11:40 AM 201 Lorch Jean Imbs HEC Lausanne "Elasticity Optimism"
Apr 2, 2009 Thu 11:40 AM 201 Lorch Mark Wright UCLA "Recovery Before Redemption: A Theory of Delays in Sovereign Debt Restructuring Negotiations"
Apr 9, 2009 NO SEMINAR
Apr 16, 2009 Thu 11:40 AM 201 Lorch Giuseppe DeArcangelis UM & Rome "Clandestine Immigrants: Do the High-Skilled Return Home First?"
Apr 23, 2009 Thu 11:40 AM 201 Lorch Jean-Marie Viaene UM & Erasmus "On the Extent of Economic Integration: A Comparison of E.U. Countries and U.S. States"
Apr 30, 2009 Thu 11:40 AM 201 Lorch Peter Morrow Toronto "Firm Heterogeneity and Ricardian Trade: The Impact of Domestic Competition on Export Performance"
For more information about the seminar, e-mail Alan Deardorff.
Schedules from Earlier Terms: F 08 W 08 F 07 W 07 F 06 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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