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Economics Seminars

Economics Seminars

September 1, 2005

Every semester IBS holds its Economics Seminars series, bringing to the School leading academics in their fields. If you are interested in finding out more about the seminars, please contact Blake Le Baron, 781-736-2258.
Date Speaker Time and Location
September 15,
2005
Economics Seminar: Marty Weitzman from Harvard University
"Risk, Uncertainty, and Asset-Pricing 'Puzzles'
Alumni Common Room
1:30 PM
September 29,
2005
Research Seminar: Xavier Gabaix from MIT Alumni Common Room
1:30 PM
October 06,
2005
Research Seminar: Anita M. McGahan from Boston University
"Little Ideas from Corporate Rivals and Big Ideas from Outsiders: How Firm Value Depends on Innovation by Competitors"
Alumni Common Room
1:30 PM
October 20,
2005
Research Seminar: Gita Gopinath from Harvard University
"Sticky Borders"
Alumni Common Room
1:30 PM
October 27,
2005
Research Seminar: Erik Sirri from Babson
"Transparency and Liquidity: A Controlled Experiment on Corporate Bonds"
Chancellor's Suite
1:30 PM
November 01,
2005
Research Seminar: Simon Gilchrist from Boston University
"Investment During the Korean Financial Crisis: The Role of Foreign Denominated Debt"
Chancellor's Suite
3:30 PM
November 17,
2005
Research Seminar: Matteo Iacoviello from Boston College
"Private Debt and Income Inequality: A Business Cycle Analysis"
Alumni Common Room
1:30 PM
December 08,
2005
Research Seminar: Andrew Lo from MIT
"The Adaptive Markets Hypothesis: Market Efficiency from an Evolutionary Perspective"
Alumni Common Room
1:30 PM
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