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Economics Seminar Series – Claudia Olivetti, Boston College

Social Norms, Labor Market Opportunities, and the Marriage Gap for Skilled Women

In most of the developed world, skilled women marry at a lower rate Read More »

Economics Seminar Series – (rescheduled) Scott Barkowski, Clemson University

The Effect of Specialist Cost Information on Primary Care Physician Referral Patterns

I examine the importance of cost information in the physician referral process. I Read More »

Economics Seminar Series – Martha Bailey, University of Michigan

The Economic Impact of a Very High National Minimum Wage: Evidence From the 1966 Amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act

This paper provides new Read More »

Economics Seminar Series – Nicolas Ziebarth, Cornell University

The Pros and Cons of Sick Pay Schemes: Testing for Contagious Presenteeism and Noncontagious Absenteeism Behavior

This paper provides an analytical framework and uses data Read More »

Economics Seminar Series – Dr. Ori Heffetz, Cornell University

Koszegi and Rabin’s (2006 and later) model of expectations-based reference-dependent preferences offers a unified explanation for a diverse body of existing evidence across different domains. However, Read More »

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