CHRISTOPHER BLATTMAN, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, HARRIS SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY
CHANG-TAI HSIEH, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, BOOTH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
ALESSANDRA VOENA, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
ANUP MALANI, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, LAW SCHOOL
The Development Lunch Seminars are operated with support from the Becker Friedman Institute and The Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts and is a collaboration between University of Chicago Department of Economics, Booth School of Business, Harris Public Policy and the Law School.
This lunch meets on Fridays from 12:30-2:00 pm in Charles M. Harper Center (Booth), Room C03. Lunch is available at 12:15 pm. The location of the lunch rotates each quarter between collaborating departments.
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Friday, October 5 – Kaivan Munshi, Cambridge University
Wealth, Marriage, and Sex Selection
Friday, October 12 – Rema Hanna, Harvard
Cumulative Impacts of Conditional Cash Transfer Programs: Experimental Evidence from Indonesia
Friday, October 19 – Chiara Fratto, University of Chicago
The Reallocative Effects of Mobility Restrictions on Workers and Firms. An Application to the West Bank
Friday, October 26 – Paul Niehaus, University of California San Diego
Authentication and Targeted Transfers
Friday, November 2 – Rachel Meager, London School of Economics
Aggregating Distributional Treatment Effects: A Bayesian Hierarchical Analysis of the Microcredit Literature
Friday, November 9 – Hee Kwon Seo, University of Chicago
Educational Technology and Students' Valuation of Achievement: Experimental Evidence from Rural Tanzania
Friday, November 16 – Jaya Wen, Yale University
The Social and Political Roots of Inefficiency: State Ownership in China
Friday, November 30
Friday, December 7 – Melissa Dell, Harvard
The Development Effects of the Extractive Colonial Economy: The Dutch Cultivation System In Java