Economics Seminar Series - Past & Upcoming Seminars

Spring 2020

Due to the coronavirus and in the interest of personal health and safety, Spring 2020 seminars are being held in D2L. Unfortunately, if you are not a registered student in EC418/518 Department Seminar course, you will not be able to participate in this term's seminars.

Thank you for your understanding during these challenging times.

Winter 2020

CH 171 on Friday afternoons from 2:00-3:30 p.m. 

January 17: Robert McCullough (McCullough Research)
 PDF icon"Where Do Prices Come From? Insights from the West Coast Gasoline Market,"

February 14: "Tax Competition, Public Borrowing Limits, and Composition of Public Goods in a Fiscal Union: Implications for Welfare and Risk Sharing," Vlad Dashkeev (Seattle University)

February 28: "Sample selection models with common endogeneity in the selection and outcome: Revisiting the family gap," Grace Arnold and Riju Joshi (Portland State University)

CANCELLED! March 13: "A bioeconomic model of alternative stable states in a privately owned ecosystem," Paul Krums (Portland State University)

 

Fall 2019

FAB 10 on Friday afternoons from 2:00-3:30 p.m. (unless otherwise specified)

October 18th:  “Robustness of Inferences in Risk and Time Experiments to Lifecycle Asset Integration,” AJ Bostian, PhD, Tampere University

November 1st:  "Forest Carbon is Not Cheap: Evidence from a Choice Experiment in Community Forests of Nepal," Sahan Dissanayake, Assistant Professor, PSU

November 15th:  "Structural Breaks and Inequality Tests," John L. Gallup, Associate Professor, PSU

December 6th:  "Seed-funding without proposals: impacts of an innovative program to promote interdisciplinary collaboration. – with Jinhua Zhao and Erin Dreelin," Riju Joshi, Assistant Professor, PSU