These lectures are presented at the Econometric Society's North American Summer Meetings.
Virtual, Université du Québec à Montréal
Matthew Rabin, Harvard University, "Channeled Attention and Stable Errors”
Robert Shimer, University of Chicago, "Random networks in the theory of information diffusion, financial intermediation, and disease transmission”
Emmanuel Saez , University of California, Berkeley, "Income and Wealth Inequality: Evidence and Policy Implications"
UC Davis, Davis, CA
Ellen McGrattan, University of Minnesota and Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis,
"Theory and Measurement of Business Capital"
Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Yuliy Sannikov, Princeton University, "Optimal Asset Management Contracts with Hidden Savings"
June 16, 2016
University of Pennsylvania
Rosa Matzkin, University of California, Los Angeles, “On the Observability of Unobservables”
August 18, 2015
Montréal, Canada (11th World Congress)
Elie Tamer, Northwestern University, “Sensitivity Analysis in Econometric Models”
June 21, 2014
University of Minnesota
Ariel Pakes, Harvard University, “Dynamic Analysis of Industries: A Methodological Issue”
June 13, 2013
University of Southern California
Matthew Jackson, Stanford University, “Social Networks and Economic Behavior: Lessons from Rural India”
June 30, 2012
Martin Eichenbaum, Northwestern University, “Understanding Booms and Busts in Housing Prices”
June 11, 2011
Washington University in St. Louis
Michael Keane, University of New South Wales & Arizona State University, “Taxation, Human Capital and Labor Supply”
June 6, 2009
Viktor Chernozhukov, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “High-Dimensional Sparse Econometric Models”