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DateWorkshop DetailsPrimary sponsor
9/20
(Tuesday)
Susan Ettner (UCLA)
Title:
Improving Access and Treatment of Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders: How Far Can Policy Take Us?
Location/Time:
4 pm, Trent Semans Great Hall, Duke (William Anlyan MD and Richard Jenrette Lecture)
Duke University
9/30Ning Fu (UNC Economics)
Title: When the Honeymoon is Over: The Effects of Family Structure on Child's Cognitive and Non-cognitive Achievements (Practice Job Talk)
Location/Time:
1- 2 pm, 1st floor DeFriese conference room, Sheps Center
Link to paper
THEW
10/7Tan Minh Tran (UNC Economics)
Title: Too stressed to work: the effects of job stressors on health and labor market outcomes (Practice Job Talk)
Location/Time:
1- 2 pm, 1st floor DeFriese conference room, Sheps Center
Link to paper
THEW
10/14Ilene Speizer (UNC MCH and CPC) and David Guilkey (UNC Economics)
Title: The Individual’s Choice of Facility for Maternal Health and Family Planning Services in a Dense Urban Environment: The Case of Senegal
Location/Time: Noon - 1 pm, Room B005, 206 W. Franklin St., Chapel Hill
Link to event page
Carolina Population Center
10/26
(Wednesday)
Anna Aizer (Brown)
Title: TBA
Location/Time: 3:30pm, Gardner 211, UNC Economics
UNC Applied Micro Seminar
11/29
(Tuesday)
Josh Gottlieb (UBC)
Title: Do Health Insurers Innovate? Evidence From the Anatomy of Physician Payments
Location/Time: 3:15-4:45 pm, Social Sciences 111, Duke
Duke Public and IO Seminar Series
11/30
(Wednesday)
Igal Hendel (Northwestern)
Title: The Welfare Impact of Long-Term Health Insurance Contracts
Location/Time: 3:30pm, Gardner 211, UNC
Link to paper
UNC Applied Micro Seminar
12/01
(Thursday)
Josh Gottlieb (UBC)
Title: The Plague of Billing Difficulty
Location/Time:
3:15-4:45 pm, Social Sciences 111, Duke
Duke Public and IO Seminar Series
12/2CancelledTHEW
12/9Jesse Hinde (UNC Public Policy)
Title: Incentive(less)? The effectiveness of tax credits and cost-sharing subsidies in the Affordable Care Act (Practice Job Talk)
Location/Time:
1 - 2 pm, 1101F McGavran-Greenberg Hall (HPM Conference room), UNC
THEW
12/16
Amanda Kowalski (Yale)
Title:
Doing More When You’re Running LATE: Applying Marginal Treatment Effect Methods to Examine Treatment Effect Heterogeneity in Experiments
Location/Time:
1 - 2:30 pm, McKinley Seminar Room, Fuqua School of Business
Link to paper
Duke Fuqua School of Business
1/23/17
(Monday)
Sean Sylvia (Renmin University of China)
Title: The Quality of Primary Care in Rural China: Evidence from Mystery Patients
Location/Time:
11 am - noon, 1101F McGavran-Greenberg Hall (HPM Conference room), UNC
Link to paper
HPM
1/27
Yubraj Acharya (University of Michigan)
Title: TBA
Location/Time: 10:30 - 11:30 am, 1101F McGavran-Greenberg Hall (HPM Conference room), UNC
Link to paper
HPM
2/2
(Thursday)
Shanthi Manian (UC San Diego)
Title:
Health Certification in the Market for Sex Work: A Field Experiment in Dakar, Senegal
Location/Time:
9 - 10 am, 1101F McGavran-Greenberg Hall (HPM Conference room), UNC
Link to paper
HPM
2/15
(Wednesday)
Kyle Myers (Wharton)
Title: Managing the Rate and Re-direction of Science
Location/Time: 3-4 pm, McKinley Seminar Room, Fuqua School of Business
Link to paper
Duke Fuqua School of Business
4/13
(Thursday)
Amar Hamoudi (Duke)
Title: Unpacking the Black Box of Cognitive Ability
Location/Time: 3:45 -5:00 pm, Room 2008/2010, FedEx Global Education Center, UNC
UNC Public Policy
4/21Stuart Altman (Brandeis)
Title: Can We Prevent “Forced Marriages” From Taking Place Rather Than Trying To Stop Them at The Altar: The Massachusetts Story
Location/Time: Noon - 1 pm, 1101F McGavran-Greenberg Hall (HPM Conference room), UNC
THEW
4/21Jeffrey Wooldridge (Michigan State University)
Title: Inference in Approximately Sparse Correlated Random Effects Models
Location/Time:
1:30 - 3 pm, Caldwell 105, UNC
Link to paper
UNC Triangle Econometrics Workshop
4/25
(Tuesday)
Bryan Dowd (University of Minnesota)
Title: Consumer Choices and Competition
Location/Time: 11:30 am - 1 pm, 1st floor DeFriese conference room, Sheps Center
THEW
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