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SEMINAR: THEORY/IO; Mohammad Akbarpour, Stanford University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Salvador Navarro, University of Western Ontario, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Minsu Chang, Georgetown University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Benedikt Poetscher, University of Vienna, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Andrei Zlate, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; George Alessandria, University of Rochester, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Christopher Tonetti, Stanford University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Dan Cao, Georgetown University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Dmitry Mukhin, University of Wisconsin Madison, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Graciela Kaminsky, George Washington University, SEMINAR: INTERNATIONAL FINANCE joint with TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Natalia Ramondo, University of California San Diego, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Kirill Pogorelskiy, University of Warwick, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Daniel Treisman, University of California Los Angles, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; James Fearon, Stanford University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Eduardo Morales, Princeton University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Yan Bai, University of Rochester, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Ricardo Reyes-Heroles, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Peter Bergman, Columbia University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Kurt Lavetti, Ohio State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Matteo Iacoviello, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Hie Joo Ahn, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE: Daniel Greenwald, MIT Sloan, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Richard Murphy, University of Texas Austin, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Michael Gilraine, New York University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Yueran Ma, Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Zhentao Shi, Chinese University of Hong Kong, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Andrew Kloosterman, University of Virginia, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Peter Troyan, University of Virginia, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Thomas Palfrey, California Institute of Technology, SEMINAR:IO/THEORY; Sudipta Sarangi, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS joint with IO/THEORY; Daniel Xu, Duke University, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO; John Hatfield, University of Texas Austin, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO/EXPERIMENTAL; Shaowei Ke, University of Michigan, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO/EXPERIMENTAL; Stephen Ryan, Washington University, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO/EXPERIMENTAL; Jacopo Perego, Columbia University, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO/EXPERIMENTAL; Claudia Robles-Garcia, Stanford University, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO/EXPERIMENTAL; Annie Liang, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Juan Carlos Suarez Serrato, Duke University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Gregory Lane, American University, SEMINAR: THEORY/IO/EXPERIMENTAL; Wolfgang Pesendorfer, Princeton University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Bryan Stuart, George Washington University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; John Eric Humphries, Yale University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Joachim Hubmer, Yale University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Corina Boar, New York University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Peter Robinson, London School of Economics, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Carles Boix, Princeton University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Liyu Dou, Chinese University of Hong Kong, SEMINAR: HISTORY / IO/THEORY; Jose-Antonio Espin-Sanchez, Yale University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Kota Saito, California Institute of Technology, SEMINAR; ECONOMETRICS; Mikkel Plagborg-Moller, Princeton University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT: Christopher Smith, Federal Reserve Board of Governors, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Owen Zidar, Princeton University, SEMINAR:IO/THEORY joint w/LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE; Molly Schnell, SIEPR/Northwestern, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS: Olga Timoshenko, George Washington University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Alonso de Gortari, Princeton University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; James Feigenbaum, Boston University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS: Natalia Ramondo, CANCELED, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Peter Bergman - CANCELLED, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPEMENT; Abby Alpert, University of Pennsylvania Wharton, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Neil Shephard, Harvard University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Marie-Louise Viero, Queens University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Miguel Ballester, University of Oxford, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; James Cox, Georgia State University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Eugenio Proto, University of Bristol, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Ian Krajbich, Ohio State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Juliane Begenau, Stanford GSB, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Markus Brunnermeier, Princeton University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Martin Uribe, Columbia University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Alberto Martin, CREI, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE: Olivier Coibion, University of Texas at Austin, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Christopher Carroll, Johns Hopkins University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Christina Patterson, MIT, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Ala Avoyan, Indiana University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Jesus Fernandez-Villaverde, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Yizhou Jin, Stony Brook University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Lorena Keller, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Thomas Drechsel, London School of Economics, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Lorena Keller, Northwestern University, Kellogg School, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Sasha Indarte, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Lesley Sheng Shen, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Mauricio Ulate, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Teddy Mekonnen, Northwestern/Caltech, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE/Stephanie Johnson, Northwestern University, SEMINAR; MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Pierre DeLeo, Boston College, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Marleen Marra, University College London, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Timothy Armstrong, Yale University, SEMINAR: DEVELOPMENT; Siddharth George, Harvard University, SEMINAR: IO.THEORY; Chenyu Yang, University of Rochester, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Hsin-Tien Tiffany Tsai, University of California, Berkeley, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Sergio Rebelo, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; John Coglianese, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Daniel Hamermesh, University of Texas Austin, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Adam Dominiak, Virginia Tech, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Ashley Swanson, University of Pennsylvania Wharton, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Anthony Fowler, University of Chicago Harris, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Gregory Martin, Stanford Graduate School of Business, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Nitya Pandalai Nayar, University of Texas Austin, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Nick Tsivanidis, Dartmouth College, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUIONS/POLITICS: Fuad Aleskerov, Higher School of Economics, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Hidehiko Ichimura, University of Arizona, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Guillermo Marshall, University of Illinois, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT’L FINANCE; Veronica Guerrieri, University of Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Erich Battistin, University of Maryland AREC, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Rebecca Diamond, Stanford Graduate School of Business, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Guido Lorenzoni, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE joint w/TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Ariel Burstein, UCLA, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Liliana Varela, University of Warwick, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Raphael Schoenle, Brandeis University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Kinda Hachem, University of Virginia, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Emanuel Vespa, University of California Santa Barbara, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Sevgi Yuksel, University of California, Santa Barbara, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Faruk Gul, Princeton University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Sudipta Sarangi, Virginia Tech - CANCELLED, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Fuad Aleskerov, National Research University Higher School of Economics, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Daniel Friedman, University of California, Santa Cruz, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY joint w/PUBLIC FINANCE; Martin Hackmann, University of California Los Angeles, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Peter Newberry, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Fanyin Zheng, Columbia University, SEMINAR: IO/Theory; Nicholas Buchholz, Princeton University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Andres Aradillas-Lopez, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INTERNATIONAL FINANCE: George-Marios Angeletos, MIT, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Peter Hansen, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Arlene Wong, Princeton University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Michal Kolesar, Princeton University, SEMINAR; MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Narayana Kocherlakota, University of Rochester, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Aditya Aladangady, Board of Governors, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Benjamin Hansen, Unversity of Oregon, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Natalia Rigol, Harvard University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Joshua Goodman, Harvard University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Ruixuan Liu, Emory University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Jessica Goldberg, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: Labor/Public Finance/Development; Leah Boustan, Princeton University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS joint with IO/THEORY; Isabelle Perrigne, Rice University, SEMINAR: International Trade: Fernando Parro, Johns Hopkins University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Selcuk Ozyurt, Sbranci University, visiting Carnegie Mellon, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Chris Vickers, Auburn University, SEMINAR; TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Alan Spearot, University of California, Santa Cruz, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Meredith Startz, Princeton University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Albert Zevelev, Baruch College, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS: Debopam Bhattacharya, University of Cambridge, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; In Song Kim, MIT, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Joel David, University of Southern California, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY/EXPERIMENTAL; Massimiliano Amarante, Université de Montréal, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY/EXPERIMENTAL; Volker Nocke, UCLA, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Efe Ok, New York University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Chen Zhao, University of Hong Kong, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY: Barry Sopher, Rutgers University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Maxim Troshkin, Cornell University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Fabio Ghironi, University of Washington, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Sweta Saxena, IMF, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Enrique Mendoza, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Brent Bundick, Federal Reserve Bank, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Basile Grassi, Bocconi University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Etienne Gagnon, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS joint w/IO/THEORY; Adam Rosen, Duke University, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION; Nathan Miller, Georgetown University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Ben Keys, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Miguel Urquiola, Columbia University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Peter Ganong, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Lisa Kahn, Yale University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Christopher Neilson, Princeton University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Tom Vogl, Princeton University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Brian Jacob, University of Michigan, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Sergio Salgado, University of Minnesota, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION; Richard Domurat, University of California Los Angles, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Diego Daruich, New York University, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION: Andrew Steck; Duke University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Pavel Brendler, Wisconsin School of Business, SEMINAR:MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Julian Kozlowski, New York University, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION; Yi Xin; Johns Hopkins University, SEMINAR: PUBLIC ECONOMICS; Qing Gong, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY; Daniel Waldinger, MIT, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Dmitri Koustas, UC Berkeley, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Hong Lin, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Xuezhen Tao, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY: Haomin Yan, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Sina Ates, Federal Reserve Board, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Alexander Brown, Texas A&M University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Peter Egger, ETH Zurich, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Ariel Rubinstein, New York University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Christopher Chambers, Georgetown University, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Trevon Logan, Ohio State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Salome Baslandze, Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; John Wallis, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS: Eleonora Patacchini, Cornell University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Fatih Karahan, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Russell Cooper, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INDUSTRIAL FINANCE; Boragan Aruoba, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY/EXPERIMENTAL; Francisco Alvarez, Universidad Complutense Madrid, visiting UMD, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Michael Peters, Yale University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS joint w/LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Christopher Walters, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Elisa Giannone, Princeton University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Stefania Garetto, Boston University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Tommaso Nannicini, Bocconi University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Bruce Meyer, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Susan Parker, University of Maryland, School of Public Policy, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Maria Petrova, Barcelona Graduate School of Economics, SEMiNAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Clemence Tricaud, Ecole Polytechnique, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Tao Zha, Emory University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Simon Gilchrist, New York University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Marina Azzimonti, Stony Brook University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT joint w/TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Isaac Sorkin, Stanford University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Sarah Turner, University of Virginia, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Manuela Angelucci, University of Texas at Austin, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Erik Hurst, University of Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY; Vivek Bhattacharya, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY; Huseyin Yildirim, Duke University, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY; Christopher Sullivan, University of Wisconsin-Madison, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY; Tim Hubbard, Colby College, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY; Eugenio Miravete, University of Texas Austin, SEMINAR: INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY joint w/ECONOMETRICS; Gaston Illanes, Northwestern University, SEMINAR; INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION/THEORY / EXPERIMENTAL ECONOMICS; Chloe Tergiman, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; David Berger, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Hassan Afrouzi, Columbia University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Costas Arkolakis, Yale University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Elias Papaioannou, London Business School, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Heejeong Kim, Concordia University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE: Thomas Winberry, University of Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT: Jeremy Magruder, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Gauti Eggertsson, Brown University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/ INTERNATIONAL FINANCE; Raghuram Rajan, University of Chicago Booth, UMD Closed due to Expected inclement Weather, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Sandra Black, University of Texas, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Marc Henry, Pennsylvania State University, ECON 708 - IO/Theory - Xuezhen Tao (presenting JMP), ECON 708 - IO/Theory - Matt Staiger (Joint), ECON 708 - IO/Theory - Xuezhen Tao (presenting joint work), ECON 708 - Applied Micro joint with /IO/Theory- Cristian Sanchez, ECON 708 - Applied Micro - Mateo Uribe-Castro, ECON 708 - Applied Micro - Alejandro Graziano, ECON 708 - Applied Micro - Elizabeth Mata (Public Policy), ECON 708 - Applied Micro - Matt Staiger (Joint), ECON 708 - Applied Micro - Thomas Hegland, ECON 708 - Applied Micro - Fernando Saltiel, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS joint with MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Andres Rodriguez-Clare, University of California Berkeley, SEMIINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Gianluca Violante, New York University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY, Emin Karagozoglu, Bilkent University, SEMINAR: I0/THEORY; Sebastian Fleitas, University of Arizona, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Ufuk Akcigit, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE; Alexander Bartik, MIT, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Nelson Lind, University of California San Diego, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Yan Ji, MIT, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE; Nolan Pope, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Soheil Ghili, Northwestern University Kellogg School, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Jasmine Xiao, University of Cambridge, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Nicolas Caramp, MIT, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS; Simcha Barkai, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/ INT'L FINANCE; Alexander Rodnyansky, Princeton University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Whitney Newey, MIT, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Eric Kolaczyk, Boston University, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Cecile Gaubert, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Costas Akrolakis, Yale University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Jason Blevins, Ohio State University, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Danny Yagan, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR; LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT, Randall Walsh, University of Pittsburg, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY, Mark Dean, Columbia University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Ryan Oprea, University of California Santa Barbara, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Nageeb Ali, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Alistair Wilson, University of Pittsburg, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Collin Raymond, Amherst College, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Timothy Salmon, Southern Methodist University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Jon Eguia, Michigan State University, ASSA 2017 University of Maryland Faculty, Students, and Alumni Reception, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Erica Field - CANCELLED, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Felipe Barrera-Osorio, Harvard, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Paul Gertler, University of California Berkeley, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Owen Ozier, World Bank, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT: Ian M. Schmutte, University of Georgia, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC FINANCE/DEVELOPMENT; Mark Rosenzweig, Yale University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Emi Nakamura, Columbia University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Lawrence Ausubel, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Eric Sims, University of Notre Dame, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Brent Neiman, University of Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Ernesto Pasten, Central Bank of Chile, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Kurt Mitman, IIES, Stockholm University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Virgiliu Midrigan, New York University, SEMINAR: Trade / Institutions / Politics; Christian Dippel, UCLA Anderson School of Management, SEMINAR: TRADE/INSTITUTIONS/POLITICS; Vincent Pons, Harvard Business School, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Grace Weishi Gu, University of California - Santa Cruz, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS joint w/MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Javier Cravino, University of Michigan, ECON 708: Martha Caulkins (Environmental Economics), ECON 708: Ozlem Tonguc (Behavioral and Experimental Economics), ECON 708: Emekcan Yucel (Political Economy), SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Whitney Newey CANCELED - To Be Rescheduled, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Ying Zeng, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS joint w/LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE: Wolfgang Keller, University of Colorado Boulder, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Manasa Patnam, CREST-ENSAE, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / HEALTH / EDUCATION; Owen Thompson, University of Wisconsin, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Ron Gallant, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Ivan Fernandez-Val, Boston University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Joris Pinkse, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR; ECONOMETRICS; Benoit Perron, Universite de Montreal, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Shuyang Sheng, University of California LA, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Xu Cheng, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Andres Rodriguez-Claire - Cancelled to be Rescheduled, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Horacio Larreguy, Harvard University, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Roger Betancourt, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Melissa Dell, Harvard University, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Lance Lochner, University of Western Ontario, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Rodrigo Soares, Columbia SIPA, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Na'ama Shenhav, Dartmouth College, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Todd Elder, Michigan State University, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT: Esther Duflo, MIT, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Damon Jones, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: LAB0R / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT: Nathaniel Hilger, Brown University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Liliana Varela, University of Houston, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE joint w/TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Samuel Kortum, Yale University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Olivier Jeanne, Johns Hopkins University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Marina Azzimonti; CANCELED, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Kyle Jurado, Duke University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Emmanuel Farhi, Harvard University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Javier Bianchi, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE: Joan Farre-Mensa, Harvard Business School, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Alejandro Justiniano, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Victor Rios-Rull, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Shu Lin Wee, Carnegie Mellon University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Ashley Swanson, University of Pennsylvania Wharton, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Daniel Zizzo, Newcastle University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Matthew Grennan, University of Pennsylvania Wharton, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY, Gary Bolton, University of Texas Dallas, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Mitsu Igami, Yale University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Greg Lewis, Microsoft, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Ioana Marinescu, University of Chicago Harris, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Ethan Kaplan, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS: John Wallis, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: I0/THEORY; Oleg Baranov, University of Colorado Boulder, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Matias Cattaneo, University of Michigan, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Joshua Gottlieb, University of British Columbia, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Basit Zafar, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Quy-Toan Do, World Bank, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT: Seth Zimmerman, University of Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT: Lesley Turner, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Navin Kartik, Columbia University, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Ilyana Kuziemko, Princeton University, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS: Romain Ranciere, IMF, SEMINAR: TRADE / INSTITUTIONS / POLITICS; Allan Drazen and Emekcan Yucel, University of Maryland, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Elena Manresa Quirante, MIT Sloan, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Anna Mikusheva, MIT, WASHINGTON AREA ECONOMIC HISTORY SEMINAR: John Tang, Australian National University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Yusufcan Masatlioglu, University of Michigan, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT; Amir Jina, University of Chicago, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Maximilian Kasy, Harvard University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Guillermo Ordonez, University of Pennsylvania, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Matthew Rognlie, MIT, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE: Pablo Ottonello, University of Michigan, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Egon Zakrajsek, Board of Governors, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Alessandro Dovis, Pennsylvania State University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE: Pablo Kurlat, Stanford University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS; Arthur Lewbel, Boston College, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Rasmus Lentz, University of Wisconsin Madison, SEMINAR: LABOR/PUBLIC; Esther Duflo, CANCELED, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Yan Chen, University of Michigan, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Uzi Segal, Boston College, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Marciano Siniscalchi, Northwestern University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Joe Mazur, Purdue University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Jonathan Meer, Texas A&M University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY; Yoram Halevy, University of British Columbia, ECON 709: Shanxiao Wang, Yang Liu [START AT 12:20], ECON 709: Rodrigo Heresi, Marcelo Teixeira [START AT 12:20], ECON 709: Veronika Penciakova, Jongho Park [START AT 12:20], SEMINAR: PUBLIC FINANCE / HEALTH; Diane Alexander, Princeton University, SEMINAR: PUBLIC FINANCE / HEALTH; Dan Zeltzer, Princeton University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE: Ricardo Reyes-Heroles, Princeton University, SEMINAR: INTERNATIONAL TRADE; Rodrigo Rodrigues Adao, MIT, SEMINAR: INTERNATIONAL TRADE; Eunhee Lee, Yale University, SEMINAR: INTERNATIONAL TRADE; Sharon Traiberman, Princeton University, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE; Benjamin Lockwood, Harvard University, SEMINAR: MACROEONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE; Sergio DeFerra, London School of Economics, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE, Samer Shousha, Columbia University, SEMINAR: INTERNATIONAL TRADE; David Krisztian Nagy, Princeton University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE, Tarek Hassan, University of Chicago Booth, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS/INT'L FINANCE, Charles Engel, University of Wisconsin, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY Lixin Ye, Ohio State University, visiting UMD, EVENT: Robert Rubin, Former U.S. Treasury Secretary and Author of New York Times Bestseller, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT Benjamin Marx, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; Daniel Shoag, Harvard University, SEMINAR: ECONOMETRICS Yongmiao Hong, Cornell University, SEMINAR: IO/THEORY Matthew Shum, California Institute of Technology, SEMINAR: LABOR / PUBLIC FINANCE / DEVELOPMENT Jonathan Zinman, Dartmouth University, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE Francisco Buera, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, SEMINAR: MACROECONOMICS / INT'L FINANCE; 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