Econometrics Society 2016 North American Summer Meeting

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA

 
June 16, 2016
 
09:00 to 12:00Workshop on Computational Economics with Python and Julia
 
 
13:30 to 15:00Parallel Session 1
 
 
15:30 to 17:00Parallel Session 2
 
 
17:30 to 18:30Cowles Lecture - Rosa Matzkin, Zellerbach Theater, Annenhberg
 
 
18:30 to 20:00Reception, Lobby, Annenberg
 
 
 
June 17, 2016
 
09:00 to 10:30Invited Talks 1
 
 
11:00 to 12:30Parallel Session 3
 
 
13:30 to 15:00Parallel Session 4
 
 
15:30 to 17:00Parallel Session 5
 
 
17:30 to 18:30Cass Lecture - Andrzej Skrzypacz, Zellerbach Theater, Annenhberg
 
 
18:30 to 20:00Reception , Lobby, Annenberg
 
 
18:45 to 19:30Young Economists Event, Zellerbach Theater, Annenberg
 
 
 
June 18, 2016
 
09:00 to 10:30Invited Talks 2
 
 
11:00 to 12:30Parallel Session 6
 
 
13:30 to 15:00Parallel Session 7
 
 
15:30 to 17:00Parallel Session 8
 
 
17:30 to 18:30Walras-Bowley Lecture - Fabrizio Zillibotti, Zellerbach Theater, Annenhberg
 
 
18:30 to 20:00Reception, Lobby, Annenberg
 
 
 
June 19, 2016
 
09:00 to 10:30Invited Talks 3
 
 
11:00 to 12:30Parallel Session 9
 
 

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

Parallel Session 1
June 16, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
 
Contests and Applications, CP Auditorium
Infant Health: New Evidence, JMHH-G06
Markets with Frictions, JMHH-G60
Entry and Innovation, JMHH-260
Central Bank Reactions to Crises, JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
Social and Network Effects, Prince Theater, Annenberg
Information Transmission in Dynamic Settings, CP Chestnut Room
Integenerational Distribution Issues in Macro, JMHH-G50
Political Economy, JMHH-255
Robust Estimation and Inference, JMHH-265
Social and strategic Interactions, JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
Knowledge and Demand Spillovers, Montgomery Theater, Annenberg

Parallel Session 2
June 16, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
 
Mechanism and Market Design, CP Auditorium
Demand Estimation: New Approaches and Validation, JMHH-G06
Consumer Financial Products, JMHH-G60
International Trade I, JMHH-260
Household Inequality, JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
Banking and Credit , Prince Theater, Annenberg
Higher Order Uncertainty and Information, CP Chestnut Room
Network Econometrics, JMHH-G50
Topics in Asset Pricing, JMHH-255
Nonstandard Nonparametric Problems, JMHH-265
Capital Structure and Firm Dynamics, JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
New Advances in Housing and Mortgage Markets, Montgomery Theater, Annenberg

Cowles Lecture - Rosa Matzkin
Zellerbach Theater, Annenhberg
June 16, 2016 17:30 to 18:30

Invited Talks 1
June 17, 2016 09:00 to 10:30
 
Econometrics, JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
Development, JMHH-G06
Macroeconomics, Prince Theater, Annenberg

Parallel Session 3
June 17, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
 
Human Capital and Lifecycle Earnings, CP Auditorium
Asset Pricing and Volatility, JMHH-G06
Optimal Taxation, JMHH-G60
Macro and Financial Econometrics, JMHH-260
Aggregate Labor Market Performance, JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
Sovereign Default, Prince Theater, Annenberg
Reputation , CP Chestnut Room
Search and Matching, JMHH-G50
Credit, Labor and Cycles, JMHH-255
Mobility, Migration, and Social Networks, JMHH-265
Taxation Effects, JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
Advances in Mechanism Design, Montgomery Theater, Annenberg

Parallel Session 4
June 17, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
 
Social Insurance and Tax Policies, CP Auditorium
Models of Macroeconomics and Politics, JMHH-G06
Cross Country Comparisons, JMHH-G60
Nonstandard Inference Problems in Econometrics, JMHH-260
Information and Mechanism Design, JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
International Trade II, Prince Theater, Annenberg
Matching and Allocation, CP Chestnut Room
Topics on Innovation, JMHH-G50
Applied Theory, JMHH-255
New Approaches to Time Series Econometrics, JMHH-265
Identification and Estimation of Game Theoretic Models, JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
Competition and Assignment in Education Markets, Montgomery Theater, Annenberg

Parallel Session 5
June 17, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
 
Housing and Macro, CP Auditorium
Asymmetric Information and Health Decisions, JMHH-G06
Econometrics with Dependent Data, JMHH-G60
Dynamic Games and Contracts, JMHH-260
Monetary Policy I, JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
Contracts, Prince Theater, Annenberg
Education Inputs and Performance, CP Chestnut Room
Empirical Microeconomics, JMHH-G50
Information-Based Models of Business Cycles, JMHH-255
Organization of Financial Markets, JMHH-265
Network Economy, JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
Policy, Debt and Default, Montgomery Theater, Annenberg

Cass Lecture - Andrzej Skrzypacz
Zellerbach Theater, Annenhberg
June 17, 2016 17:30 to 18:30

Young Economists Event
Zellerbach Theater, Annenberg
June 17, 2016 18:45 to 19:30
 
Young Economists Event, Zellerbach Theater, Annenberg

Invited Talks 2
June 18, 2016 09:00 to 10:30
 
Industrial Organization, JMHH-G06
Information Design, JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
Price Dynamics, Prince Theater, Annenberg

Parallel Session 6
June 18, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
 
Advances in Auction and Contract Theory, CP Auditorium
Labor Markets and Search Applications, CP Chestnut Room
Learning, JMHH-G60
Empirical Models of Discrete Games, JMHH-260
Understanding Aggregate Fluctuations, JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
Estimation of Choice and Dynamic Models , Prince Theater, Annenberg
Social Preferences, JMHH-G50
Panel and Quantile Methods, JMHH-255
Asset Markets with Heterogeneity, JMHH-265
Time Series Analysis, JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room

Parallel Session 7
June 18, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
 
Bargaining, CP Auditorium
Monetary Policy Analysis with DSGE Models, JMHH-G06
Empirical Studies of Crime, JMHH-G60
Wage Rigidities, JMHH-260
Innovation, Firm Dynamics, and Growth, JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
Human Capital Accumulation, Prince Theater, Annenberg
Contests and Auctions, CP Chestnut Room
Macro Elasticities, JMHH-G50
High-Dimensional Dynamic Models, JMHH-255
Mechanism Design: Assessing Regulatory Distortions, JMHH-265
Climate Change and Energy Policy, JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
Income Inequality, Montgomery Theater, Annenberg

Parallel Session 8
June 18, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
 
Structural VARs, CP Auditorium
Topics in Panel Data Econometrics, JMHH-G06
Information, JMHH-G60
Treatment Effects and Counterfactual Analysis, JMHH-260
Monetary Policy II, JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
Entry, Trade and Productivity, Prince Theater, Annenberg
Financial Innovation and Collateral, CP Chestnut Room
Labor Search I, JMHH-G50
Spatial Inequality, JMHH-255
Choice Anomalies and Rational Choice, JMHH-265
Price Setting, JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
Topics in Dynamic Games, Montgomery Theater, Annenberg

Walras-Bowley Lecture - Fabrizio Zillibotti
Zellerbach Theater, Annenhberg
June 18, 2016 17:30 to 18:30

Invited Talks 3
June 19, 2016 09:00 to 10:30
 
Bounded Rationality, JMHH-G06
Firms and Productivity, JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
Trade, Prince Theater, Annenberg

Parallel Session 9
June 19, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
 
Bounded Rationality, CP Auditorium
Identification and Estimation in Games: Auctions and Adverse Selection Models, JMHH-G06
Networks, JMHH-G60
Empirical Auction Models, JMHH-260
Wages, Allocation, and Insurance., JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
Topics in Econometrics, Prince Theater, Annenberg
Empirical Studies of the Family, CP Chestnut Room
Labor Search II, JMHH-G50
Human Capital Formation, JMHH-255
Buying and Selling under Asymmetric Information, JMHH-265
Dealing with Enforcement Issues, JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
Banks, Montgomery Theater, Annenberg

 

Summary of All Sessions

Click here for an index of all participants

#Date/TimeLocationTypeTitlePapers
1June 16, 2016
13:30-15:00
CP Auditorium contributed Contests and Applications4
2June 16, 2016
13:30-15:00
CP Chestnut Room contributed Information Transmission in Dynamic Settings4
3June 16, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-G60 contributed Markets with Frictions4
4June 16, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-G50 contributed Integenerational Distribution Issues in Macro4
5June 16, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-255 contributed Political Economy4
6June 16, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-260 contributed Entry and Innovation3
7June 16, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-265 contributed Robust Estimation and Inference3
8June 16, 2016
13:30-15:00
Prince Theater, Annenberg contributed Social and Network Effects4
9June 16, 2016
13:30-15:00
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg contributed Knowledge and Demand Spillovers4
10June 16, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall contributed Central Bank Reactions to Crises4
11June 16, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room contributed Social and strategic Interactions4
12June 16, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-G06 contributed Infant Health: New Evidence4
13June 16, 2016
15:30-17:00
CP Auditorium contributed Mechanism and Market Design4
14June 16, 2016
15:30-17:00
CP Chestnut Room contributed Higher Order Uncertainty and Information4
15June 16, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-260 contributed International Trade I4
16June 16, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-255 contributed Topics in Asset Pricing4
17June 16, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-265 contributed Nonstandard Nonparametric Problems4
18June 16, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room contributed Capital Structure and Firm Dynamics4
19June 16, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall contributed Household Inequality4
20June 16, 2016
15:30-17:00
Prince Theater, Annenberg contributed Banking and Credit 4
21June 16, 2016
15:30-17:00
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg contributed New Advances in Housing and Mortgage Markets4
22June 16, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-G60 contributed Consumer Financial Products4
23June 16, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-G50 contributed Network Econometrics4
24June 16, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-G06 contributed Demand Estimation: New Approaches and Validation3
25June 17, 2016
11:00-12:30
CP Auditorium contributed Human Capital and Lifecycle Earnings2
26June 17, 2016
11:00-12:30
CP Chestnut Room contributed Reputation 4
27June 17, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-G60 contributed Optimal Taxation4
28June 17, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-G06 contributed Asset Pricing and Volatility4
29June 17, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-260 contributed Macro and Financial Econometrics4
30June 17, 2016
11:00-12:30
Prince Theater, Annenberg contributed Sovereign Default4
31June 17, 2016
11:00-12:30
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg contributed Advances in Mechanism Design4
32June 17, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall contributed Aggregate Labor Market Performance3
33June 17, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room contributed Taxation Effects4
34June 17, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-255 contributed Credit, Labor and Cycles4
35June 17, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-G50 contributed Search and Matching4
36June 17, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-265 contributed Mobility, Migration, and Social Networks4
37June 17, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-G06 contributed Models of Macroeconomics and Politics4
38June 17, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall contributed Information and Mechanism Design4
39June 17, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-255 contributed Applied Theory4
40June 17, 2016
13:30-15:00
CP Chestnut Room contributed Matching and Allocation4
41June 17, 2016
13:30-15:00
Prince Theater, Annenberg contributed International Trade II4
42June 17, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-260 contributed Nonstandard Inference Problems in Econometrics4
43June 17, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-265 contributed New Approaches to Time Series Econometrics4
44June 17, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room contributed Identification and Estimation of Game Theoretic Models3
45June 17, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-G60 contributed Cross Country Comparisons4
46June 17, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-G50 contributed Topics on Innovation4
47June 17, 2016
13:30-15:00
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg contributed Competition and Assignment in Education Markets3
48June 17, 2016
13:30-15:00
CP Auditorium contributed Social Insurance and Tax Policies4
49June 17, 2016
15:30-17:00
CP Auditorium contributed Housing and Macro3
50June 17, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-260 contributed Dynamic Games and Contracts4
51June 17, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-G60 contributed Econometrics with Dependent Data4
52June 17, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-255 contributed Information-Based Models of Business Cycles4
53June 17, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-265 contributed Organization of Financial Markets3
54June 17, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room contributed Network Economy4
55June 17, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall contributed Monetary Policy I4
56June 17, 2016
15:30-17:00
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg contributed Policy, Debt and Default4
57June 17, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-G50 contributed Empirical Microeconomics4
58June 17, 2016
15:30-17:00
Prince Theater, Annenberg contributed Contracts4
59June 17, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-G06 contributed Asymmetric Information and Health Decisions4
60June 17, 2016
15:30-17:00
CP Chestnut Room contributed Education Inputs and Performance3
61June 18, 2016
11:00-12:30
CP Auditorium contributed Advances in Auction and Contract Theory4
62June 18, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-260 contributed Empirical Models of Discrete Games4
63June 18, 2016
11:00-12:30
CP Chestnut Room contributed Labor Markets and Search Applications4
64June 18, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-G50 contributed Social Preferences4
65June 18, 2016
11:00-12:30
Prince Theater, Annenberg contributed Estimation of Choice and Dynamic Models 4
66June 18, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-255 contributed Panel and Quantile Methods4
67June 18, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-265 contributed Asset Markets with Heterogeneity4
68June 18, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall contributed Understanding Aggregate Fluctuations4
69June 18, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room contributed Time Series Analysis4
70June 18, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-G60 contributed Learning4
71June 18, 2016
11:00-12:30
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg contributed Empirical Models of Voting and Voter Preferences4
72June 18, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-G06 contributed Monetary Policy Analysis with DSGE Models4
73June 18, 2016
13:30-15:00
CP Chestnut Room contributed Contests and Auctions4
74June 18, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-265 contributed Mechanism Design: Assessing Regulatory Distortions4
75June 18, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall contributed Innovation, Firm Dynamics, and Growth4
76June 18, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room contributed Climate Change and Energy Policy4
77June 18, 2016
13:30-15:00
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg contributed Income Inequality4
78June 18, 2016
13:30-15:00
Prince Theater, Annenberg contributed Human Capital Accumulation4
79June 18, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-G50 contributed Macro Elasticities4
80June 18, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-G60 contributed Empirical Studies of Crime4
81June 18, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-255 contributed High-Dimensional Dynamic Models4
82June 18, 2016
13:30-15:00
CP Auditorium contributed Bargaining4
83June 18, 2016
13:30-15:00
JMHH-260 contributed Wage Rigidities3
84June 18, 2016
15:30-17:00
CP Chestnut Room contributed Financial Innovation and Collateral4
85June 18, 2016
15:30-17:00
CP Auditorium contributed Structural VARs4
86June 18, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-260 contributed Treatment Effects and Counterfactual Analysis4
87June 18, 2016
15:30-17:00
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg contributed Topics in Dynamic Games4
88June 18, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room contributed Price Setting4
89June 18, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall contributed Monetary Policy II4
90June 18, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-G50 contributed Labor Search I4
91June 18, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-G06 contributed Topics in Panel Data Econometrics4
92June 18, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-G60 contributed Information4
93June 18, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-265 contributed Choice Anomalies and Rational Choice4
94June 18, 2016
15:30-17:00
JMHH-255 contributed Spatial Inequality4
95June 18, 2016
15:30-17:00
Prince Theater, Annenberg contributed Entry, Trade and Productivity4
96June 19, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-G06 contributed Identification and Estimation in Games: Auctions and Adverse Selection Models4
97June 19, 2016
11:00-12:30
CP Auditorium contributed Bounded Rationality4
98June 19, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-255 contributed Human Capital Formation4
99June 19, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall contributed Wages, Allocation, and Insurance.4
100June 19, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room contributed Dealing with Enforcement Issues4
101June 19, 2016
11:00-12:30
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg contributed Banks4
102June 19, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-G50 contributed Labor Search II4
103June 19, 2016
11:00-12:30
Prince Theater, Annenberg contributed Topics in Econometrics4
104June 19, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-G60 contributed Networks4
105June 19, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-265 contributed Buying and Selling under Asymmetric Information4
106June 19, 2016
11:00-12:30
CP Chestnut Room contributed Empirical Studies of the Family4
107June 19, 2016
11:00-12:30
JMHH-260 contributed Empirical Auction Models4
108June 17, 2016
18:45-19:30
Zellerbach Theater, Annenberg invited Young Economists Event0
109June 17, 2016
9:00-10:30
JMHH-G06 panel Development0
110June 17, 2016
9:00-10:30
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall panel Econometrics0
111June 17, 2016
9:00-10:30
Prince Theater, Annenberg panel Macroeconomics0
112June 18, 2016
9:00-10:30
JMHH-G06 panel Industrial Organization0
113June 18, 2016
9:00-10:30
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall panel Information Design0
114June 18, 2016
9:00-10:30
Prince Theater, Annenberg panel Price Dynamics0
115June 19, 2016
9:00-10:30
JMHH-G06 panel Bounded Rationality0
116June 19, 2016
9:00-10:30
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall panel Firms and Productivity0
117June 19, 2016
9:00-10:30
Prince Theater, Annenberg panel Trade0
 

117 sessions, 416 papers, and 3 presentations with no associated papers


 

Econometrics Society 2016 North American Summer Meeting

Detailed List of Sessions

 
Session 1: Contests and Applications
June 16, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
CP Auditorium
 
Session Chair: Alan Miller, University of Haifa
Session type: contributed
 

Free Riding and Duplication in R&D
   presented by: Tsz-Ning Wong, Pennsylvania State University
 

Legal Environment and Contractual Choice
   presented by: Ho Cheung Cheng, National Central University
 

Repeated Contests with Private Information
   presented by: Greg Kubitz, UCLA
 

Benchmarking
   presented by: Alan Miller, University of Haifa
 
Session 2: Information Transmission in Dynamic Settings
June 16, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
CP Chestnut Room
 
Session Chair: Gabor Virag, U Toronto
Session type: contributed
 

Optimal Feedback Design
   presented by: Alex Smolin, Yale University
 

Information Acquisition under Persuasive Precedent versus Binding Precedent
   presented by: Ying Chen, JHU
 

The Design of Optimal Collateralized Contract
   presented by: Dan Cao, Georgetown University
 

Dynamic adverse selection with many types
   presented by: Gabor Virag, U Toronto
 
Session 3: Markets with Frictions
June 16, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-G60
 
Session Chair: Viktor Tsyrennikov, IMF
Session type: contributed
 

Asymmetric Information and Inventory Concerns in Over-the-Counter Markets
   presented by: Remy Praz, Copenhagen Business School
 

Endogenously Incomplete Markets with Equilibrium Default
   presented by: Rishabh Kirpalani, University of Minnesota
 

Systemic Bank Panics in Financial Networks
   presented by: Zhen Zhou, New York University
 

Trading on Sunspots
   presented by: Viktor Tsyrennikov, IMF
 
Session 4: Integenerational Distribution Issues in Macro
June 16, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-G50
 
Session Chair: Eunhee Lee, Yale University
Session type: contributed
 

Dynastic Precautionary Savings
   presented by: Corina Boar, University of Rochester
 

Life Cycle Labor Supply and Generational Accounting
   presented by: Christian vom Lehn, Brigham Young University
 

The Distributional Effects of Adopting a Carbon Tax
   presented by: Stephie Fried, Carleton College
 

Trade, Inequality, and the Endogenous Sorting of Heterogeneous Workers
   presented by: Eunhee Lee, Yale University
 
Session 5: Political Economy
June 16, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-255
 
Session Chair: Georgy Egorov, Northwestern University
Session type: contributed
 

A mechanism for optimal enforcement of coordination: Sidestepping theory of mind
   presented by: Alexander Funcke, University of Pennsylvania
 

Benevolent mediation in the shadow of conflict.
   presented by: Andrea Canidio, INSEAD
 

Political Specialization
   presented by: Kevin Sheedy, London School of Economics
 

Private Politics and Public Regulation
   presented by: Georgy Egorov, Northwestern University
 
Session 6: Entry and Innovation
June 16, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-260
 
Session Chair: Andrew McCallum, Federal Reserve Board
Session type: contributed
 

A Missing Generation of Firms? Aggregate Effects of the Decline in New Business Formation
   presented by: Michael Siemer, Federal Reserve System Board of Governors
 

On The Welfare Implications of Automation
   presented by: Paul Gaggl, UNC Charlotte
 

Information Frictions in Product Markets
   presented by: Andrew McCallum, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 7: Robust Estimation and Inference
June 16, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-265
 
Session Chair: Ying-Ying Lee, University of Oxford
Session type: contributed
 

Estimation and Inference with a (Nearly) Singular Jacobian
   presented by: Adam McCloskey, Brown University
 

A Calibration Estimator for Treatment Effect and Synthetic Control in High-Dimension
   presented by: Jérémy L'Hour, UMR 9194 - CREST
 

Welfare Analysis for Discrete Choice with Interval-data on Income
   presented by: Ying-Ying Lee, University of Oxford
 
Session 8: Social and Network Effects
June 16, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
Prince Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Stefania Marcassa, Université de Cergy-Pontoise
Session type: contributed
 

Peer Effects in Consumption
   presented by: Punarjit Roychowdhury, Southern Methodist University
 

Learning Managerial Skills: Evidence from Kenyan Microenterprises
   presented by: Kevin Donovan, University of Notre Dame
 

Why are Distance and Switching Costs Important? Evidence from Childbirth
   presented by: Ted Rosenbaum, Federal Trade Commission
 

The Geography of Social Change
   presented by: Stefania Marcassa, Université de Cergy-Pontoise
 
Session 9: Knowledge and Demand Spillovers
June 16, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Hongsong Zhang, University of Hong Kong
Session type: contributed
 

Dynamic Responses to Labor Demand Shocks: Evidence from the Financial Industry in Delaware
   presented by: Russell Weinstein, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
 

Novelty, Knowledge Spillovers and Innovation: Evidence from Nobel Laureates
   presented by: John Ham, National University of Singapore
 

The Seasonality of Conflict
   presented by: Jenny Guardado, Georgetown University
 

Non-Neutral Technology, Firm Heterogeneity, and Labor Demand
   presented by: Hongsong Zhang, University of Hong Kong
 
Session 10: Central Bank Reactions to Crises
June 16, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
 
Session Chair: Guillermo Ordonez, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: contributed
 

Currency Competition
   presented by: Daniel Sanches, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

The Effects of Liquidity Regulation on Monetary Policy Implementation
   presented by: Marcelo Rezende, Federal Reserve Board
 

Sovereign Risk, Private Credit, and Stabilization Policies
   presented by: Hernan Seoane, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
 

How Central Banks End Crises
   presented by: Guillermo Ordonez, University of Pennsylvania
 
Session 11: Social and strategic Interactions
June 16, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
 
Session Chair: Jose Miguel Abito, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvan
Session type: contributed
 

Inference with Correlated Clusters
   presented by: David Powell, RAND
 

Multiple Treatments with Strategic Interaction
   presented by: Sukjin Han, University of Texas Austin
 

Multiple Reference Groups and Social Influence in Consumption
   presented by: Sadat Reza, Nanyang Technological University
 

How much can we identify from repeated games?
   presented by: Jose Miguel Abito, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvan
 
Session 12: Infant Health: New Evidence
June 16, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-G06
 
Session Chair: Shinsuke Tanaka, Tufts University
Session type: contributed
 

Christianity and Infant Health in India
   presented by: Nidhiya Menon, Brandeis University
 

Transboundary Power Plant Emissions, Fetal Health, and the U.S. EPA's Precedent-Setting Portland Rule
   presented by: Muzhe Yang, Lehigh University
 

The Unintended Consequence of the Villlage Midwife Program in Indonesia
   presented by: Md Nazmul Ahsan, University of Southern California
 

Offshoring Health Risks: The Impact of the U.S. Lead Regulation on Infant Health in Mexico
   presented by: Shinsuke Tanaka, Tufts University
 
Session 13: Mechanism and Market Design
June 16, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
CP Auditorium
 
Session Chair: Tomasz Sadzik, UCLA
Session type: contributed
 

Symmetric Mechanism Design
   presented by: Ritesh Jain, Ohio state university
 

Integrating Schools for Centralized Admissions
   presented by: M. Bumin Yenmez, Carnegie Mellon University
 

On the Equivalence of Bayesian and Dominant Strategy Implementation: The Case of Non-Linear Utilities
   presented by: Alexey Kushnir, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Robust Mechanism Design of Exchange
   presented by: Tomasz Sadzik, UCLA
 
Session 14: Higher Order Uncertainty and Information
June 16, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
CP Chestnut Room
 
Session Chair: Jiangtao Li, National University of Singapore
Session type: contributed
 

Similarity and Value of Information
   presented by: Lily Ling Yang, University of Pittsburgh
 

Uncertain Rationality, Depth of Reasoning and Robustness in Games with Incomplete Information
   presented by: Jonathan Weinstein, Washington University
 

Global Games With Strategic Substitutes
   presented by: Pedro Jara-Moroni, Universidad de Santiago de Chile
 

A Foundation of Deterministic Mechanisms
   presented by: Jiangtao Li, National University of Singapore
 
Session 15: International Trade I
June 16, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-260
 
Session Chair: Birgit Schmitz, German Development Institute
Session type: contributed
 

Trade Policies, Firm Heterogeneity, and Variable Markups
   presented by: Svetlana Demidova, McMaster University
 

Multiproduct Firms across Rich and Poor Countries. Theory and Evidence.
   presented by: Luca Macedoni, University of California, Davis
 

Regional Migration and Default
   presented by: Grey Gordon, Indiana University
 

Trade flows in developing countries: What is the role of trade finance?
   presented by: Birgit Schmitz, German Development Institute
 
Session 16: Topics in Asset Pricing
June 16, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-255
 
Session Chair: Stanislav Rabinovich, Amherst College
Session type: contributed
 

Why Are Exchange Rates So Smooth? A Segmented Asset Markets Explanation
   presented by: YiLi Chien, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
 

Government Debt and the Returns to Innovation
   presented by: Lukas Schmid, Duke University
 

Hedge Fund Fee Structure and Risk Exposure
   presented by: Herve Roche, Universidad Adolfo Ibanez
 

Dynamic Inefficiency in Decentralized Capital Markets
   presented by: Stanislav Rabinovich, Amherst College
 
Session 17: Nonstandard Nonparametric Problems
June 16, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-265
 
Session Chair: Valentina Corradi, University of Surrey
Session type: contributed
 

Optimal Inference in a Class of Regression Models
   presented by: Timothy Armstrong, Yale University
 

Simple and Honest Confidence Intervals in Nonparametric Regression
   presented by: Michal Kolesar, Princeton University
 

Compactness of Infinite Dimensional Parameter Spaces
   presented by: Matthew Masten, Duke University
 

Possibly Nonstationary Cross-Validation
   presented by: Valentina Corradi, University of Surrey
 
Session 18: Capital Structure and Firm Dynamics
June 16, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
 
Session Chair: Liliana Varela, University of Houston
Session type: contributed
 

Capital Structure Misallocation
   presented by: Jake Zhao, Stony Brook University
 

Capital-Based Corporate Tax Benefits:Endogenous Misallocation through Lobbying
   presented by: Felipe Saffie, University of Maryland
 

Firm Size, Equity Financing and Innovation Activity
   presented by: Olga Itenberg, Simon Business School
 

Reallocation, Competition and Productivity: Evidence from a Financial Liberalization Episode
   presented by: Liliana Varela, University of Houston
 
Session 19: Household Inequality
June 16, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
 
Session Chair: Juan Cordoba, Iowa State University
Session type: contributed
 

Analyzing the Effects of Insuring Health Risks: On the Trade-off between Short Run Insurance Benefits vs. Long Run Incentive Costs
   presented by: Soojin Kim, Purdue University
 

Lifetime earnings inequality and income redistribution through social security
   presented by: Pavel Brendler, European University Institute
 

A General Equilibrium Approach to Decomposing the Wage Inequality
   presented by: Manuel Macera, Colorado State University
 

Accounting for the International Quantity-Quality Trade-off
   presented by: Juan Cordoba, Iowa State University
 
Session 20: Banking and Credit
June 16, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
Prince Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Konstantin Egorov, Pennsylvania State University
Session type: contributed
 

A Macroeconomic Model with Financially Constrained Producers and Intermediaries
   presented by: Vadim Elenev, NYU Stern
 

Stress Testing in a Structural Model of Bank Behavior
   presented by: Dean Corbae, University of Wisconsin
 

A Theory of Credit Scoring and the Competitive Pricing of Default Risk
   presented by: Kyle Dempsey, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

Reputational Effects in Sovereign Default
   presented by: Konstantin Egorov, Pennsylvania State University
 
Session 21: New Advances in Housing and Mortgage Markets
June 16, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Seung Hyun Hong, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Session type: contributed
 

Does Advertising Help Consumers to Make Better Decisions? The Case of Mortgage Refinancing
   presented by: You Suk Kim, Federal Reserve Board
 

Valuing Time-Varying Attributes using the Hedonic Model: When is a Dynamic Approach Necessary?
   presented by: Alvin Murphy, Arizona State University
 

Do Mortgage Subsidies Help or Hurt Borrowers?
   presented by: David Rappoport, Federal Reserve Board
 

Principal-Agent Problems in Search and Bargaining: Evidence from Dual Agency in Residential Real Estate Transactions
   presented by: Seung Hyun Hong, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
 
Session 22: Consumer Financial Products
June 16, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-G60
 
Session Chair: Jeremy Tobacman, Wharton / UPenn
Session type: contributed
 

Wealth, Portfolio Allocations, and Risk Preference
   presented by: Joseph Briggs, New York University
 

Economic Scarcity and Consumers' Credit Choices
   presented by: Peter van Santen, Sveriges Riksbank
 

Endowment Effects in the Field: Evidence from India's IPO Lotteries
   presented by: Santosh Anagol, Wharton
 

Reduced-Form Impacts of Formal Insurance Against Weather Shocks
   presented by: Jeremy Tobacman, Wharton / UPenn
 
Session 23: Network Econometrics
June 16, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-G50
 
Session Chair: Ida Johnsson, University of Southern California
Session type: contributed
 

Estimation of Endogenous Network Externalities
   presented by: Paolo Zacchia, IMT Lucca
 

The Network of Large-Value Loans in the U.S.: Concentration and Segregation
   presented by: Anton Badev, Federal Reserve Board
 

Estimation of Large Network Formation Games
   presented by: Shuyang Sheng, University of California Los Angeles
 

Estimation of Peer Effects in Endogenous Social Networks: Control Function Approach
   presented by: Ida Johnsson, University of Southern California
 
Session 24: Demand Estimation: New Approaches and Validation
June 16, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-G06
 
Session Chair: Kelly Bishop, Arizona State University
Session type: contributed
 

Semiparametric estimation of CES demand system with observed and unobserved product characteristics
   presented by: Joonhwi Joo, University of Chicago
 

Industrial Reorganization: Learning about Patient Substitution Patterns from Natural Experiments
   presented by: Devesh Raval, Federal Trade Commission
 

Using Panel Data To Easily Estimate Hedonic Demand Functions
   presented by: Kelly Bishop, Arizona State University
 
Session 25: Human Capital and Lifecycle Earnings
June 17, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
CP Auditorium
 
Session Chair: Steven Laufer, Federal Reserve Board
Session type: contributed
 

Student Aid, Academic Achievement, and Labor Market Behavior.
   presented by: Elena Mattana, University of Chicago
 

Search, Matching and Training
   presented by: Steven Laufer, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 26: Reputation
June 17, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
CP Chestnut Room
 
Session Chair: Greg Leo, UC Santa Barbara
Session type: contributed
 

Promoting a Reputation for Quality
   presented by: Daniel Hauser, University of Pennsylvania
 

Reputation Cycles
   presented by: Julien Prat, CNRS UMR 9194 - CREST
 

A Model of Trust Building with Anonymous Re-match
   presented by: Dong Wei, New York University
 

Let me, or let George? Motives of Competing Altruists
   presented by: Greg Leo, UC Santa Barbara
 
Session 27: Optimal Taxation
June 17, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-G60
 
Session Chair: Christopher Phelan, University of Minnesota
Session type: contributed
 

Optimal Taxation of Families
   presented by: Musab Kurnaz, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Dynamic Optimal Taxation with Endogenous Skill Premia
   presented by: Jason Ravit, Princeton University
 

Taxing Top Incomes
   presented by: Laurence Ales, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Pareto Efficiency and Identity
   presented by: Christopher Phelan, University of Minnesota
 
Session 28: Asset Pricing and Volatility
June 17, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-G06
 
Session Chair: Francisco Vazquez-Grande, Federal Reserve Board
Session type: contributed
 

Cash Flow and Risk Premium Dynamics in an Equilibrium Asset Pricing Model with Recursive Preferences
   presented by: Taeyoung Doh, Economic Research Dept.
 

Volatility Risk Pass-Through
   presented by: Yang Liu, University of Pennsylvania
 

Affine Modelling of Credit Risk, Credit Event and Contagion
   presented by: Fulvio Pegoraro, Banque de France
 

Exponential-Affine Approximations of Macro-Finance Models
   presented by: Francisco Vazquez-Grande, Federal Reserve Board
 
Session 29: Macro and Financial Econometrics
June 17, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-260
 
Session Chair: Dongho Song, Boston College
Session type: contributed
 

Robust Factor Models with Explanatory Proxies
   presented by: Yuan Ke, Princeton University
 

Inference Based on SVARs Identified with Sign and Zero Restrictions: Theory and Applications
   presented by: Daniel Waggoner, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
 

Time-Varying Systemic Risk: Evidence from a Dynamic Copula Model of CDS Spreads
   presented by: Dong Hwan Oh, Federal Reserve Board
 

Identifying Long-Run Risks: A Bayesian Mixed-Frequency Approach
   presented by: Dongho Song, Boston College
 
Session 30: Sovereign Default
June 17, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
Prince Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Joost Roettger, University of Cologne
Session type: contributed
 

Commodity Prices and Sovereign Default: A New Perspective on The Harberger-Laursen-Metzler Effect
   presented by: Franz Hamann, Banco de la República
 

Growth Regimes, Endogenous Elections, and Sovereign Default Risk
   presented by: Burcu Eyigungor, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

Sovereign Debt Restructurings: Delay in Renegotiation and Risk-Averse Creditors
   presented by: Tamon Asonuma, International Monetary Fund
 

Monetary Conservatism and Sovereign Default
   presented by: Joost Roettger, University of Cologne
 
Session 31: Advances in Mechanism Design
June 17, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Humberto Ataíde Moreira, Fundação Getulio Vargas
Session type: contributed
 

Multi-dimensional Virtual Values and Second-degree Price Discrimination
   presented by: Nima Haghpanah,
 

Mechanism Design with Financially Constrained Agents and Costly Verification
   presented by: Yunan Li, University of Pennsylvania
 

Full Surplus Extraction and within-period Ex Post Implementation in Dynamic Environments
   presented by: Shunya Noda,
 

Robust Selling Mechanisms
   presented by: Humberto Ataíde Moreira, Fundação Getulio Vargas
 
Session 32: Aggregate Labor Market Performance
June 17, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
 
Session Chair: Laura Pilossoph, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
Session type: contributed
 

Wages, Career Progress, and Multidimensional Skills: What Do Recessions Tell Us?
   presented by: Chenyan Lu, University of WIsconsin-Madison
 

Labor Market Sorting in Germany
   presented by: Benjamin Lochner, University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Institute for Employment Research
 

The Productivity Gains from Household Insurance
   presented by: Laura Pilossoph, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 
Session 33: Taxation Effects
June 17, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
 
Session Chair: Hans Holter, University of Oslo
Session type: contributed
 

Taxes and the Gender Gap in Employment and Wages
   presented by: Lei Fang, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta
 

Technology Capital and the Taxation of Multinational Corporations
   presented by: Alexis Anagnostopoulos, Stony Brook University
 

On the Employment Effects of Taxes: A General Equilibrium Analysis
   presented by: Minchul Yum, University of Mannheim
 

The Optimum Quantity of Capital and Debt
   presented by: Hans Holter, University of Oslo
 
Session 34: Credit, Labor and Cycles
June 17, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-255
 
Session Chair: Levent Altinoglu, Boston University
Session type: contributed
 

Interest Rate Dynamics, Variable-Rate Loans, and the Business Cycle
   presented by: Patrick Pintus, Banque de France
 

Entrepreneurship, Education and Credit: A General Equilibrium Model
   presented by: Juliana Sun, Singapore Management University
 

Financial Performance and Macroeconomic Fundamentals in Emerging Market Economies over the Global Financial Cycle
   presented by: Scott Davis, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 

The Origins of Aggregate Fluctuations in a Credit Network Economy
   presented by: Levent Altinoglu, Boston University
 
Session 35: Search and Matching
June 17, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-G50
 
Session Chair: Andriy Zapechelnyuk, University of Glasgow
Session type: contributed
 

Re-matching, Experimentation, and Cross-subsidization
   presented by: Daniel Fershtman, Northwestern University
 

“Strategic” Behavior in a Strategy-Proof Environment
   presented by: Ran Shorrer, Harvard University
 

Supply and Demand in a Two-Sector Matching Model
   presented by: Pawel Gola, University of Cambridge
 

Robust Sequential Search
   presented by: Andriy Zapechelnyuk, University of Glasgow
 
Session 36: Mobility, Migration, and Social Networks
June 17, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-265
 
Session Chair: Janine Hart, University of Potsdam
Session type: contributed
 

Internal Migration with Social Networks in China
   presented by: Jin Zhou, University of Western Ontario
 

Asymmetric Information and Remittances: Evidence from Matched Administrative Data
   presented by: Shing-Yi Wang, University of Pennsylvania
 

The role of intergenerational mobility in internal migration
   presented by: Jongkwan Lee, UC Davis
 

A search and matching approach to business-cycle migration in the euro area
   presented by: Janine Hart, University of Potsdam
 
Session 37: Models of Macroeconomics and Politics
June 17, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-G06
 
Session Chair: Saeed Khodaverdian, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
Session type: contributed
 

From Weber to Kafka: Political Activism and the Emergence of an Inefficient Bureaucracy
   presented by: Gabriele Gratton, UNSW
 

Incumbency Punishment in U.S. National Politics
   presented by: Satyajit Chatterjee, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

The Long and Short of Trade and Migration Reforms in China
   presented by: Chao Wei, George Washington University
 

Democracy, Income Inequality, and the Elite
   presented by: Saeed Khodaverdian, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
 
Session 38: Information and Mechanism Design
June 17, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
 
Session Chair: Tymofiy Mylovanov, University of Pittsburgh
Session type: contributed
 

Information Design: The Random Posterior Approach
   presented by: Ina Taneva, University of Edinburgh
 

Efficient Coalition-Proof Full Implementation
   presented by: Mikhail Safronov, University of Cambridge
 

The Effects of Priorities in the Top Trading Cycles Mechanisms
   presented by: Irene Lo, Columbia University
 

The sender-payoff approach to signaling and the informed-principal problem
   presented by: Tymofiy Mylovanov, University of Pittsburgh
 
Session 39: Applied Theory
June 17, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-255
 
Session Chair: Michael Mandler, University of London Royal Holloway Coll
Session type: contributed
 

Group-Shift and the Consensus Effect
   presented by: David Dillenberger, University of Pennsylvania
 

The Optimal Degree of Centralization
   presented by: Charles Zheng, University of Western Ontario
 

Incentives and reputation when names can be replaced: Valjean reinvented as Monsieur Madeleine
   presented by: Felipe Zurita, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
 

The pure advantage of risk in production
   presented by: Michael Mandler, University of London Royal Holloway Coll
 
Session 40: Matching and Allocation
June 17, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
CP Chestnut Room
 
Session Chair: Samson Alva, University of Texas at San Antonio
Session type: contributed
 

Optimal Dynamic Matching
   presented by: Sangmok Lee, University of Pennsylvania
 

From behind the veil: Evaluating allocation rules by ex-ante properties
   presented by: Patrick Harless, University of Rochester
 

Dynamic Reserves in Matching Markets with Contracts: Theory and Applications
   presented by: Bertan Turhan, ITAM-CIE
 

Strategy-proof Pareto-improvement
   presented by: Samson Alva, University of Texas at San Antonio
 
Session 41: International Trade II
June 17, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
Prince Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Pol Antras, Harvard University
Session type: contributed
 

The Dynamic Impact of International Trade Liberalization: Entry Timing of Exporters and Financial Development
   presented by: Jae Wook Jung, University of California, Davis
 

Trade, Occupation Sorting, and Inequality
   presented by: Mons Chan, University of Minnesota
 

The Role of Skilled-Biased Technical Change and Spillovers on the The Slow-Down of Cities’ Convergence
   presented by: Elisa Giannone, University of Chicago
 

On the Geography of Global Value Chains
   presented by: Pol Antras, Harvard University
 
Session 42: Nonstandard Inference Problems in Econometrics
June 17, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-260
 
Session Chair: Jungbin Hwang, University of California San Diego
Session type: contributed
 

Confidence Intervals for Projections of Partially Identified Parameters
   presented by: Hiroaki Kaido, Boston University
 

Inference with Many Instruments and Heterogeneous Treatment Effects
   presented by: Kirill Evdokimov, Princeton University
 

A symmetric normalization for the CUE with many weak moment conditions
   presented by: Helmut Farbmacher, Max Planck Society
 

Do you cluster? - Simple and Trustworthy Cluster-Robust GMM Inference
   presented by: Jungbin Hwang, University of California San Diego
 
Session 43: New Approaches to Time Series Econometrics
June 17, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-265
 
Session Chair: Qu Feng, Nanyang Technological University, Singap
Session type: contributed
 

A General Approach to Recovering Market Expectations from Futures Prices With an Application to Crude Oil
   presented by: Lutz Kilian, University of Michigan
 

A New Approach to Identifying the Real Effects of Uncertainty Shocks
   presented by: Molin Zhong, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
 

Break Point Estimation in Fixed Effects Panel Data
   presented by: Otilia Boldea, Tilburg University
 

Structural Changes in Heterogeneous Panels with Endogenous Regressors
   presented by: Qu Feng, Nanyang Technological University, Singap
 
Session 44: Identification and Estimation of Game Theoretic Models
June 17, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
 
Session Chair: Karam Kang, Carnegie Mellon University
Session type: contributed
 

Identification and Estimation of Affiliated Private Values Auctions with Unobserved Heterogeneity
   presented by: Jorge Balat, Johns Hopkins University
 

Testing the Quantal Response Hypothesis
   presented by: Emerson Melo, Indiana University
 

Winning by Default: Why is There So Little Competition in Government Procurement?
   presented by: Karam Kang, Carnegie Mellon University
 
Session 45: Cross Country Comparisons
June 17, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-G60
 
Session Chair: Julieta Caunedo, Cornell University
Session type: contributed
 

New Facts About Firm Risk Across Countries And Over The Business Cycle
   presented by: Hernan Moscoso Boedo, University of Cincinnati
 

Structural Transformation, Marketization, and Household Production around the World
   presented by: Benjamin Bridgman, U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis
 

Exposure to International Crises: Trade vs. Financial Contagion
   presented by: Everett Grant, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 

Capital Obsolescence and Agricultural Productivity
   presented by: Julieta Caunedo, Cornell University
 
Session 46: Topics on Innovation
June 17, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-G50
 
Session Chair: Laurent Cavenaile, New York University
Session type: contributed
 

Financing Constraints, Radical versus Incremental Innovation, and Aggregate productivity
   presented by: Andrea Caggese, Pompeu Fabra University
 

The Unequal Gains from Product Innovations
   presented by: Xavier Jaravel, Harvard
 

Innovation and Reallocation
   presented by: Junghoon Lee, Emory University
 

Advertising, Innovation and Economic Growth
   presented by: Laurent Cavenaile, New York University
 
Session 47: Competition and Assignment in Education Markets
June 17, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Sunha Myong, Washington University in St.Louis
Session type: contributed
 

School Reputation and School Choice in Brazil: a Regression Discontinuity Design
   presented by: Andrea Lepine, University of São Paulo
 

The Effects of a Centralized College Admission Mechanism on Migration and College Enrollment: Evidence from Brazil
   presented by: Cecilia Machado, Getulio Vargas Foundation FGV-EPGE
 

Need-Based Aid from Selective Universities and the Achievement Gap between Rich and Poor
   presented by: Sunha Myong, Washington University in St.Louis
 
Session 48: Social Insurance and Tax Policies
June 17, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
CP Auditorium
 
Session Chair: Ami Ko, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: contributed
 

Anti-poverty income transfers in the U.S.: A framework for the evaluation of policy reforms
   presented by: Salvador Ortigueira, University of Miami
 

Targeting Policies: Multiple Testing and Distributional Treatment Effects
   presented by: Vincent Pohl, University of Georgia
 

Evaluation of Optimal Unemployment Insurance with Reemployment Bonuses Using Regression Discontinuity (Kink) Design
   presented by: Po-Chun Huang, Michigan State University
 

The Interaction of Long-Term Care Insurance Demand and Informal Care Supply
   presented by: Ami Ko, University of Pennsylvania
 
Session 49: Housing and Macro
June 17, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
CP Auditorium
 
Session Chair: Guodong Chen, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Session type: contributed
 

Local Effects of a Military Spending Shock: Evidence from Shipbuilding in the 1930s
   presented by: Christopher Biolsi, Office of Management and Budget
 

Residential construction lags across the US and their implications for housing supply
   presented by: Hyunseung Oh, Vanderbilt University
 

Housing Price Expectations and Subprime Lending: The Incremental Role of Securitization
   presented by: Guodong Chen, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
 
Session 50: Dynamic Games and Contracts
June 17, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-260
 
Session Chair: Chiara Margaria, Yale University
Session type: contributed
 

Dynamic Financial Contracting with Persistent Private Information
   presented by: Shiming Fu, University of Rochester
 

Uncertainty-driven Cooperation
   presented by: Esat Doruk Cetemen, University of Rochester
 

Residual Deterrence
   presented by: Francesc Dilme, University of Bonn
 

Queueing to learn
   presented by: Chiara Margaria, Yale University
 
Session 51: Econometrics with Dependent Data
June 17, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-G60
 
Session Chair: Kyungchul (Kevin) Song, University of British Columbia
Session type: contributed
 

Structural Interpretation of Vector Autoregressions with Incomplete Identification: Revisiting the Role of Oil Supply and Demand Shocks
   presented by: Christiane Baumeister, University of Notre Dame
 

Welfare Costs of Oil Shocks
   presented by: Steffen Hitzemann, The Ohio State University
 

Asymptotic inefficiency of BIC and asymptotic efficiency of TSIC: the case of stationary and nonstationary autoregressions
   presented by: Chor-yiu (CY) SIN, National Tsing Hua University
 

Ordering-Free Inference from Locally Dependent Data
   presented by: Kyungchul (Kevin) Song, University of British Columbia
 
Session 52: Information-Based Models of Business Cycles
June 17, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-255
 
Session Chair: Henrique Basso, Bank of Spain
Session type: contributed
 

The Tail that Wags the Economy: Belief-Driven Business Cycles and Persistent Stagnation
   presented by: Julian Kozlowski, New York University
 

Information-Driven Business Cycles: How Important are Noise Shocks?
   presented by: Ryan Chahrour, Boston College
 

The Value of News
   presented by: Vegard Larsen, BI Norwegian Business School
 

Asset Holdings, Information Aggregation in Secondary Markets and Credit Cycles
   presented by: Henrique Basso, Bank of Spain
 
Session 53: Organization of Financial Markets
June 17, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-265
 
Session Chair: Seth Richards-Shubik, Lehigh University
Session type: contributed
 

Willingness to Pay for Firm Reputation: Paying for Risk Rating in the Annuity Market
   presented by: Pilar Alcalde, Universidad de Los Andes, Chile
 

No Shopping in the U.S. Mortgage Market: Direct and Strategic Effects of Providing Information
   presented by: Sergei Koulayev, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
 

Contagion in the European Sovereign Debt Crisis
   presented by: Seth Richards-Shubik, Lehigh University
 
Session 54: Network Economy
June 17, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
 
Session Chair: Lin Shao, Washington University of St. Louis
Session type: contributed
 

Monetary Policy Through Production Networks: Evidence from the Stock Market
   presented by: Ali Ozdagli, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
 

Cascading Failures in Production Networks
   presented by: David Baqaee, London School of Economics and Political Science
 

Technology Network, Innovation and Distribution
   presented by: Jingong Huang, University Of Melbourne
 

Trade Credit in Production Chains
   presented by: Lin Shao, Washington University of St. Louis
 
Session 55: Monetary Policy I
June 17, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
 
Session Chair: Changhua Yu, Peking University
Session type: contributed
 

State-Dependent Pricing and the Paradox of Flexibility
   presented by: Anton Nakov, ECB and CEPR
 

When the Central Bank Meets the Financial Authority: Strategic Interactions and Institutional Design
   presented by: Victoria Nuguer, Banco de México
 

Macroeconomic Policy Games
   presented by: Luca Guerrieri, Federal Reserve Board
 

A New Dilemma: Capital Controls and Monetary Policy in Sudden Stop Economies
   presented by: Changhua Yu, Peking University
 
Session 56: Policy, Debt and Default
June 17, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Joseph Steinberg, University of Toronto
Session type: contributed
 

Impact of Adverse Selection on Interbank Lending
   presented by: Pamela Labadie, George Washington University
 

Foreign Currency Debt, Investment and Exit Choices in the Cross Section of Firms
   presented by: Juliana Salomao, University of Minnesota
 

The Unlevered Economy, Aggregate Payouts and Asset Prices
   presented by: Tetiana Davydiuk, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
 

On the Source of U.S. Trade Deficits: Global Saving Glut or Domestic Saving Drought?
   presented by: Joseph Steinberg, University of Toronto
 
Session 57: Empirical Microeconomics
June 17, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-G50
 
Session Chair: Tamas Briglevics, Magyar Nemzeti Bank
Session type: contributed
 

Delegating Pricing Power to Customers: Pay What You Want or Name Your Own Price?
   presented by: Florentin Krämer, LMU Munich
 

Heterogeneous Impacts of the Affordable Care Act on Labor Markets
   presented by: Naoki Aizawa, University of Minnesota
 

Estimating a Dynamic Discrete Choice Model with Partial Observability for Household Mortgage Default and Prepayment Behaviors
   presented by: Chao Ma, Xiamen University
 

This Is What's in Your Wallet...and Here's How You Use It
   presented by: Tamas Briglevics, Magyar Nemzeti Bank
 
Session 58: Contracts
June 17, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
Prince Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Kai Steverson, New York University
Session type: contributed
 

Dynamic Contracting with a Time-Inconsistent Bayesian Agent
   presented by: Maxwell Rosenthal, University of Arizona
 

Optimal Contracting with Subjective Evaluation: The Effects of Timing, Malfeasance and Guile
   presented by: Teck Yong Tan, Columbia University
 

Optimal contracts with reflection
   presented by: Borys Grochulski, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
 

Screening Through Coordination
   presented by: Kai Steverson, New York University
 
Session 59: Asymmetric Information and Health Decisions
June 17, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-G06
 
Session Chair: Julie Pernaudet, CREST
Session type: contributed
 

Do Doctors Prescribe Antibiotics Out of Fear of Malpractice?
   presented by: Sebastian Panthöfer, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
 

Positively Aware? Expert Drug Reviews, Mistakes and the Downside of Information
   presented by: Shaiza Qayyum, Johns Hopkins University
 

Self Control and Chronic Illness: Evidence from a Field Experiment
   presented by: Liang Bai,
 

The Role of Insurance and Perceptions in Health Decisions: A Field Experiment among Disadvantaged Youth
   presented by: Julie Pernaudet, CREST
 
Session 60: Education Inputs and Performance
June 17, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
CP Chestnut Room
 
Session Chair: Sarojini Hirshleifer, UC San Diego
Session type: contributed
 

Unions, Salaries, and The Market for Teachers: Evidence from Wisconsin
   presented by: Barbara Biasi, Stanford University
 

Do Teacher Expectations Matter?
   presented by: Nicholas Papageorge, Johns Hopkins University
 

Incentives for Effort or Outputs? A Field Experiment to Improve Student Performance
   presented by: Sarojini Hirshleifer, UC San Diego
 
Session 61: Advances in Auction and Contract Theory
June 18, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
CP Auditorium
 
Session Chair: George Mailath, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: contributed
 

Optimal persuasion in first-price auctions with stochastic entry
   presented by: Xin Feng, National University of Singapore
 

Common value auctions with costly entry
   presented by: Pauli Murto, Aalto University
 

A Tale of Two Lemons: Multi-good Dynamic Adverse Selection
   presented by: Bingchao Huangfu, University of Rochester
 

The Curse of Long Horizons
   presented by: George Mailath, University of Pennsylvania
 
Session 62: Empirical Models of Discrete Games
June 18, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-260
 
Session Chair: Jean Francois Houde, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: contributed
 

Estimation of Discrete Games with Weak Assumptions on Information
   presented by: Lorenzo Magnolfi, Yale University
 

Competition, Product Proliferation and Welfare: A Study of the U.S. Smartphone Market
   presented by: Ying Fan, University of Michigan
 

Price Control and Access to Drugs: The Case of India's Malarial Market
   presented by: Debi Mohapatra, Cornell University
 

Preemptive Entry and Technology Diffusion in the Market for Drive-in Theaters
   presented by: Jean Francois Houde, University of Pennsylvania
 
Session 63: Labor Markets and Search Applications
June 18, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
CP Chestnut Room
 
Session Chair: Damir Stijepic, Johannes Gutenberg University
Session type: contributed
 

Student Debt and Initial Labor Market Decisions: Search, Wages and Job Satisfaction
   presented by: Simon Mongey, NYU
 

Labor Market Frictions and Aggregate Employment
   presented by: David Ratner, Federal Reserve Board
 

Shopping Effort in Self-Insurance Economies: Accounting for Excess Smoothness of Consumption
   presented by: Krzysztof Pytka, European University Institute
 

Job Mobility and Sorting: Theory and Evidence
   presented by: Damir Stijepic, Johannes Gutenberg University
 
Session 64: Social Preferences
June 18, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-G50
 
Session Chair: Tilman Borgers, University of Michigan
Session type: contributed
 

A Three-Person Game of Institutional Resilience versus Transition: A Model and Comparative History of China-Japan Revisited
   presented by: Masaki Nakabayashi, The University of Tokyo
 

Lottery Allocations and Games in Public Rental Apartments
   presented by: Jinpeng Ma, Rutgers University
 

Pareto principle and resource egalitarianism
   presented by: Inkee Jang, Washington University St. Louis
 

Revealed Relative Utilitarianism
   presented by: Tilman Borgers, University of Michigan
 
Session 65: Estimation of Choice and Dynamic Models
June 18, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
Prince Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Kyle Wilson, University of Arizona
Session type: contributed
 

Wholesale Prices, Retail Prices and the Lumpy Pass-Through of Alcohol Taxes
   presented by: Christopher Conlon, Columbia University
 

Estimating Semi-parametric Panel Multinomial Choice Models using Cyclic Monotonicity
   presented by: Xiaoxia Shi, University of Wisconsin at Madison
 

Cyclic Variables and Infinite Horizon Structural Dynamic Models
   presented by: Avery Haviv, University of Rochester
 

Investment, Subsidies, and Universal Service: Broadband Internet in the United States
   presented by: Kyle Wilson, University of Arizona
 
Session 66: Panel and Quantile Methods
June 18, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-255
 
Session Chair: Arie Beresteanu, University of Pittsburgh
Session type: contributed
 

Measurement Errors in Quantile Regression Models
   presented by: Suyong Song, University of Iowa
 

Quantile regression random effects
   presented by: Antonio Galvao, University of Iowa
 

L1-Regularized Quasi-Maximum Likelihood Estimation and Inference in High-Dimensional Correlated Random Effects Probit
   presented by: Ying Zhu, University of California, Berkeley; Michigan State University
 

Quantile Regression with Interval Outcome Data
   presented by: Arie Beresteanu, University of Pittsburgh
 
Session 67: Asset Markets with Heterogeneity
June 18, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-265
 
Session Chair: Qiusha Peng, University of Cambridge
Session type: contributed
 

A Contingent Claim Theory of Non-Expected Utility
   presented by: Xiao Wei, University of Pennsylvania
 

Dynamic Noisy Rational Expectations Equilibrium with Information Production and Beliefs-Based Speculation
   presented by: Marcel Rindisbacher, Boston University
 

Asset Classes
   presented by: Nicolas Jacquet, Singapore Management University
 

Noisy Rational Bubbles
   presented by: Qiusha Peng, University of Cambridge
 
Session 68: Understanding Aggregate Fluctuations
June 18, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
 
Session Chair: Aubhik Khan, Ohio State University
Session type: contributed
 

Credit, Bankruptcy, and Aggregate Fluctuations
   presented by: Makoto Nakajima, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

International Transmission of Credit Shocks in an Equilibrium Model with Production Heterogeneity
   presented by: Julia Thomas, Ohio State University
 

Newer Need Not be Better: Evaluating the Penn World Tables and the World Development Indicators Using Nighttime Lights
   presented by: Maxim Pinkovskiy, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 

Aggregate Fluctuations in a Quantitative Overlapping Generations Economy with Unemployment Risk
   presented by: Aubhik Khan, Ohio State University
 
Session 69: Time Series Analysis
June 18, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
 
Session Chair: Irina Panovska, Lehigh University
Session type: contributed
 

Data-Driven Inference on Sign Restrictions in Bayesian Structural Vector Autoregression
   presented by: Jani Luoto, University of Helsinki
 

Diffusion Index Forecasts in Nonstationary Time Series
   presented by: Shulin Shen, Syracuse University
 

A New Test on Asset Return Predictability with Structural Breaks
   presented by: Seong Yeon Chang, Xiamen University
 

Weak Identification and the Pile-up Problem in Finite Sample Inference for an ARMA(1,1) Model
   presented by: Irina Panovska, Lehigh University
 
Session 70: Learning
June 18, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-G60
 
Session Chair: J. Aislinn Bohren, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: contributed
 

Information Acquisition in Heterogeneous Committees
   presented by: Xin Zhao, University of Toronto
 

Poisson bandits of evolving shade of gray
   presented by: Svetlana Boyarchenko, University of Texas-Austin
 

Social Learning with Endogenous Information
   presented by: Nageeb Ali,
 

Social Learning and Information Design with Model Misspecification
   presented by: J. Aislinn Bohren, University of Pennsylvania
 
Session 71: Empirical Models of Voting and Voter Preferences
June 18, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: David Schindler, University of Munich
Session type: contributed
 

Does the median voter matter? Evidence from US Congressional redistricting
   presented by: Daniel Jones, University of South Carolina
 

The Natural Resource Curse Revisited: Theory and Evidence from India
   presented by: Manasa Patnam, ENSAE
 

Voter Preferences And Political Change: Evidence From The Political Economy Of Shale Booms
   presented by: Erik Gilje, The Wharton School
 

Shocking Racial Attitudes: The Cultural Legacy of Black GIs in Europe
   presented by: David Schindler, University of Munich
 
Session 72: Monetary Policy Analysis with DSGE Models
June 18, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-G06
 
Session Chair: Jörn Tenhofen, Swiss National Bank
Session type: contributed
 

The Dynamic Effects of Forward Guidance Shocks
   presented by: Andrew Smith, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
 

Computing the Cross-Sectional Distribution to Approximate Stationary Markov Equilibria with Heterogeneous Agents and Incomplete Markets
   presented by: Elisabeth Pröhl, Univ. of Geneva, Swiss Finance Institute
 

The Extensive Margin of Trade and Monetary Policy
   presented by: Yuko Imura, Bank of Canada
 

Interest rate pegs and central bank asset purchases: Perfect foresight and the reversal puzzle
   presented by: Jörn Tenhofen, Swiss National Bank
 
Session 73: Contests and Auctions
June 18, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
CP Chestnut Room
 
Session Chair: Markus Baldauf, University of British Columbia
Session type: contributed
 

Effort-Maximizing Contests
   presented by: Wojciech Olszewski, Northwestern University
 

College Assignment as a Large Contest
   presented by: Aaron Bodoh-Creed, University of California, Berkeley
 

Pay-as-Bid: Selling Divisible Goods
   presented by: Marek Pycia, University of California Los Angeles
 

High-Frequency Trading and Market Performance
   presented by: Markus Baldauf, University of British Columbia
 
Session 74: Mechanism Design: Assessing Regulatory Distortions
June 18, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-265
 
Session Chair: Hyoung-Suk Shim, CUNY College of Staten Island
Session type: contributed
 

Libor Misreporting as a Bayesian Game with Unobserved Heterogeneity
   presented by: Pietro Bonaldi, Banco de la Republica
 

Ex Post Moral Hazard in Automobile Insurance Markets with Experience Rating
   presented by: Qing Gong, University of Pennsylvania
 

Dynamic Regulatory Distortions: Coal Procurement at U.S. Power Plants
   presented by: Akshaya Jha, Carnegie Mellon University
 

Principal versus Agent: Market Operation Mechanism of the New York City Taxicab Industry
   presented by: Hyoung-Suk Shim, CUNY College of Staten Island
 
Session 75: Innovation, Firm Dynamics, and Growth
June 18, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
 
Session Chair: Natalie Bau, University of Toronto
Session type: contributed
 

Liquidity, innovation, and endogenous growth
   presented by: Francesca Zucchi, Federal Reserve Board
 

Do Financial Factors Drive Aggregate Productivity? Evidence from Indian Manufacturing Establishments
   presented by: Aaron Pancost, University of Chicago
 

C'est la vie say the old folks: demographic change and the rate of entrepreneurial activity
   presented by: Joseph Kopecky, University of California, Davis
 

School Competition and Product Differentiation
   presented by: Natalie Bau, University of Toronto
 
Session 76: Climate Change and Energy Policy
June 18, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
 
Session Chair: Ivan Shaliastovich, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: contributed
 

Robust Dynamic Energy Use and Climate Change
   presented by: Ted Temzelides, Rice University
 

The Social Cost of Carbon with Economic and Climate Risks
   presented by: Yongyang Cai, University of Chicago
 

Environmental Policy and Structural Environmental Change
   presented by: Christos Makridis, Stanford University
 

Oil Volatility Risk
   presented by: Ivan Shaliastovich, University of Pennsylvania
 
Session 77: Income Inequality
June 18, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Heejeong Kim, Ohio State University
Session type: contributed
 

College Pricing and Income Inequality
   presented by: Jonathan Heathcote, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
 

Earnings Inequality and the Minimum Wage: Evidence from Brazil
   presented by: Christian Moser, Princeton University
 

Earnings inequality, the business cycle, and the life cycle
   presented by: Diana Alessandrini, Auburn University
 

Skill Premia, Wage Risk, and the Distribution of Wealth
   presented by: Heejeong Kim, Ohio State University
 
Session 78: Human Capital Accumulation
June 18, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
Prince Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Naijia Guo, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Session type: contributed
 

Employment and Welfare Effects of Short-Time Work in Germany
   presented by: Jan Tilly, University of Pennsylvania
 

Dancing with the Stars: Interactions and Human Capital Accumulation
   presented by: Santiago Caicedo, University of Chicago
 

Skill Accumulation in the Market and at Home
   presented by: Jean Flemming, University of Rome, Tor Vergata
 

The Impact of an Early Career Recession on Schooling and Lifetime Welfare
   presented by: Naijia Guo, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
 
Session 79: Macro Elasticities
June 18, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-G50
 
Session Chair: Carlos Zarazaga, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Session type: contributed
 

Dampening General Equilibrium: From Micro Elasticities to Macro Effects
   presented by: Chen Lian, MIT
 

Sticker Shocks: Using VAT Changes to Estimate Upper-Level Elasticities of Substitution
   presented by: Fernanda Nechio, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
 

How Do Consumers Respond To Transitory Income Shocks? Reconciling Longitudinal Studies and Natural Experiments
   presented by: Jeanne Commault, Ecole Polytechnique
 

Macroelasticities and the U.S. Sequestration Budget Cuts
   presented by: Carlos Zarazaga, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 
Session 80: Empirical Studies of Crime
June 18, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-G60
 
Session Chair: Antonella Mancino, University of Western Ontario
Session type: contributed
 

THE DETERRENT EFFECT OF THE DEATH PENALTY? EVIDENCE FROM BRITISH COMMUTATIONS DURING WORLD WAR I
   presented by: Daniel Chen, Toulouse School of Economics
 

Criminal Discount Factors and Deterrence
   presented by: David Rivers, University of Western Ontario
 

The Impact of Grade Retention on Juvenile Crime
   presented by: Nicolas Grau, Universidad de Chile
 

Separating State Dependence, Experience, and Heterogeneity in a Model of Youth Crime and Education
   presented by: Antonella Mancino, University of Western Ontario
 
Session 81: High-Dimensional Dynamic Models
June 18, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-255
 
Session Chair: Artem Prokhorov, University of Sydney
Session type: contributed
 

Non-Stationary Dynamic Factor Models for Large Datasets
   presented by: Matteo Luciani, Federal Reserve Board
 

Quasi Maximum Likelihood Analysis of High Dimensional Constrained Factor Models
   presented by: Lina Lu, Columbia University
 

Heteroskedasticity-robust unit root testing for trending panels
   presented by: Simone Maxand, University Goettingen
 

Fat tails and copulas: Limits of diversification revisited
   presented by: Artem Prokhorov, University of Sydney
 
Session 82: Bargaining
June 18, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
CP Auditorium
 
Session Chair: Dongkyu Chang, City University of Hong Kong
Session type: contributed
 

Transparency and Delay in Bargaining
   presented by: Deepal Basak, NYU
 

Bargaining with Rational Inattention
   presented by: Doron Ravid, University of Chicago
 

Endogenous Third-Party Selection: Ex-Ante Inefficiency in Interim Bargaining
   presented by: Jin Yeub Kim, University of Nebraska Lincoln
 

Delay in Bargaining with Outside Options
   presented by: Dongkyu Chang, City University of Hong Kong
 
Session 83: Wage Rigidities
June 18, 2016 13:30 to 15:00
JMHH-260
 
Session Chair: Andre Kurmann, Drexel University
Session type: contributed
 

Are Entry Wages Really (Nominally) Flexible?
   presented by: Matthew Hall, University of Michigan
 

Equal Pay for Equal Work? Evidence from the Renegotiation of Short-Term Contracts Online
   presented by: Zoe Cullen, Stanford
 

Downward Wage Rigidity in the United States: New Evidence from Worker-Firm Linked Data
   presented by: Andre Kurmann, Drexel University
 
Session 84: Financial Innovation and Collateral
June 18, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
CP Chestnut Room
 
Session Chair: Norris Larrymore, New York University
Session type: contributed
 

A Collateral Theory of the Cash-Synthetic Basis
   presented by: Gregory Phelan, Williams College
 

Collateral, Rehypothecation, and Efficiency
   presented by: Hye Jin Park, University of Illinois
 

Capital Structure, Liquidity, and Miscoordination on Runs
   presented by: Linda Schilling, University of Bonn
 

ADVERSE SELECTION IN OTC DERIVATIVE CLEARING COLLATERAL: SHOULD GOVERNMENT INTERVENTION TIGHTLY CONSTRAIN COLLATERAL QUALITY?
   presented by: Norris Larrymore, New York University
 
Session 85: Structural VARs
June 18, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
CP Auditorium
 
Session Chair: Bulat Gafarov, Pennsylvania State University
Session type: contributed
 

Collusion in the World Copper Market: A Long-Run Perspective
   presented by: Martin Stuermer, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 

Optimal Inference about Impulse-Response Functions and Historical Decompositions in Incompletely Identified Structural Vector Autoregressions
   presented by: James Hamilton, University of California San Diego
 

Monetary Policy, Real Activity, and Credit Spreads: Evidence from Bayesian Proxy SVARs
   presented by: Dario Caldara, Federal Reserve Board
 

DELTA-METHOD INFERENCE FOR A CLASS OF SET-IDENTIFIED SVARS
   presented by: Bulat Gafarov, Pennsylvania State University
 
Session 86: Treatment Effects and Counterfactual Analysis
June 18, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-260
 
Session Chair: Sung Jae Jun, The Pennsylvania State University
Session type: contributed
 

Equality-Minded Treatment Choice
   presented by: Aleksey Tetenov, University of Bristol
 

Heterogeneous Treatment Effects with Mismeasured Endogenous Treatment
   presented by: Takuya Ura, Duke University
 

Counterfactual Worlds
   presented by: Adam Rosen, University College London
 

Counterfactual Prediction in Complete Information Games: Point Prediction under Partial Identification
   presented by: Sung Jae Jun, The Pennsylvania State University
 
Session 87: Topics in Dynamic Games
June 18, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Joel Watson, University of California - San Diego
Session type: contributed
 

Timing and Commitment in Separable Dynamic Games
   presented by: Juan Escobar, University of Chile
 

Relational Communication with Transfers
   presented by: Anton Kolotilin, University of New South Wales
 

Dynamic Games with Almost Perfect Information
   presented by: Yeneng Sun, National University of Singapore
 

Perfect Bayesian Equilibrium: General Definitions and Illustrations
   presented by: Joel Watson, University of California - San Diego
 
Session 88: Price Setting
June 18, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
 
Session Chair: Oleksiy Kryvtsov, Bank of Canada
Session type: contributed
 

Relative Price Dispersion: Evidence and Theory
   presented by: Leena Rudanko, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

A Menu Cost Model with Price Experimentation
   presented by: David Argente, University of Chicago
 

Directed Search toward Heterogeneously Informed Buyers
   presented by: Seyed Mohammadreza Davoodalhosseini, Bank of Canada
 

Price Selection, Monetary Non-neutrality, and Sticky-Price Models
   presented by: Oleksiy Kryvtsov, Bank of Canada
 
Session 89: Monetary Policy II
June 18, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
 
Session Chair: João Paulo Valente, BBM
Session type: contributed
 

Excess Reserves and Monetary Policy Normalization
   presented by: Roc Armenter, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

US Monetary and Fiscal Policies - Conflict or Cooperation?
   presented by: Xiaoshan Chen, Durham University
 

In Search of a Nominal Anchor: What Drives Long-Term Inflation Expectations?
   presented by: Stefano Eusepi, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
 

Monetary Union with Unstable Fiscal Rules
   presented by: João Paulo Valente, BBM
 
Session 90: Labor Search I
June 18, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-G50
 
Session Chair: Lucas Herrenbrueck, Simon Fraser University
Session type: contributed
 

Vacancy Chains
   presented by: Ryan Michaels, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

Measuring the Effects of Employment Protection for the Disabled: Theory and Evidence from the Americans with Disabilities Act
   presented by: Serena Rhee, University of Hawaii Manoa
 

Targeted Search and Endogenous Randomness in Matching Markets
   presented by: Anton Cheremukhin, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
 

Smart-Dating in Speed-Dating: How a Simple Search Model Can Explain Matching Decisions
   presented by: Lucas Herrenbrueck, Simon Fraser University
 
Session 91: Topics in Panel Data Econometrics
June 18, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-G06
 
Session Chair: Samuel Sender, Tilburg University
Session type: contributed
 

Identification of Mixed-Hitting Time Models with Two-Sided Exits
   presented by: Ruixuan Liu, Emory University
 

Uniform estimation and inference of time-heterogeneous dynamic panels with interactive fixed effects
   presented by: Yinchu Zhu, UCSD
 

Inference on Nonparametric Panel Data Models with Fixed Effects and Censored Dependent Variables
   presented by: Jangsu Yoon, University of Wisconsin Madison
 

Fixed-b estimation and inference in heterogenous dynamic cointegrated panels
   presented by: Samuel Sender, Tilburg University
 
Session 92: Information
June 18, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-G60
 
Session Chair: Evan Sadler, Harvard University
Session type: contributed
 

Conceal to Coordinate
   presented by: Taejin Kim, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
 

Monotonic Cheap Talk
   presented by: Shih En Lu, Simon Fraser University
 

Persuading the Regulator to Wait.
   presented by: Dmitry Orlov, University of Rochester
 

Diffusion Games
   presented by: Evan Sadler, Harvard University
 
Session 93: Choice Anomalies and Rational Choice
June 18, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-265
 
Session Chair: Florian Herold, Bamberg University
Session type: contributed
 

Non-Stationary Additive Utility and Time Consistency
   presented by: Nicolas Drouhin, Ecole normale supérieure de Cachan
 

Identification of Subjective Partition of State Space under Ambiguity
   presented by: Anastasia Burkovskaya, University of Sydney
 

Fads and changing tastes
   presented by: Nick Janetos, University of Pennsylvania
 

Second-best Probability Weighting
   presented by: Florian Herold, Bamberg University
 
Session 94: Spatial Inequality
June 18, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
JMHH-255
 
Session Chair: Ajay Shenoy, University of California Santa Cruz
Session type: contributed
 

The Alibaba Effect: Spatial Consumption Inequality and the Welfare Gains from E-Commerce
   presented by: Ben Zou, Michigan State University
 

A Spatial Panel Data Model with Time Varying Endogenous Weights Matrices and Common Factors
   presented by: Wei Shi, Ohio State University
 

Cities Drifting Apart: Heterogeneous Outcomes of Decentralizing Public Education
   presented by: Zelda Brutti, European University Institute
 

Regional Development through Place-Based Policies: Evidence from a Spatial Difference-in-Discontinuities
   presented by: Ajay Shenoy, University of California Santa Cruz
 
Session 95: Entry, Trade and Productivity
June 18, 2016 15:30 to 17:00
Prince Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Yuan Tian,
Session type: contributed
 

Estimating General Equilibrium Trade Policy Effects: GE PPML
   presented by: Yoto Yotov, Drexel University
 

Input Prices, Productivity and Trade: Evidence from Chinese Paint Manufacturers
   presented by: Shengyu Li, Durham University
 

The Distributional Impacts of Entry Cost: A Randomized Field Experiment
   presented by: Xiang Hui, The Ohio State University
 

Was Entry into the WTO Worth it: Environmental Consequences of Trade Liberalization
   presented by: Yuan Tian,
 
Session 96: Identification and Estimation in Games: Auctions and Adverse Selection Models
June 19, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-G06
 
Session Chair: Gaurab Aryal, UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
Session type: contributed
 

Nonparametric Estimation of First-Price Auctions with Risk-Averse Bidders
   presented by: Federico Zincenko, University of Pittsburgh
 

Identifying Collusion in English Auctions
   presented by: Vadim Marmer, University of British Columbia
 

Nonparametric Test of Monotonicity of Bidding Strategy in First-price Auctions
   presented by: Nianqing Liu, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
 

IDENTIFYING MULTIDIMENSIONAL ADVERSE SELECTION MODELS
   presented by: Gaurab Aryal, UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
 
Session 97: Bounded Rationality
June 19, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
CP Auditorium
 
Session Chair: Pathikrit Basu, Pennsylvania State University
Session type: contributed
 

Rational Choice with Category Bias
   presented by: Amnon Maltz, University of Haifa
 

A Dynamic Model of Mistakes
   presented by: Shaowei Ke, University of Michigan
 

Thinking Inside the Box: Status Quo Bias and Stochastic Consideration
   presented by: Matthew Kovach, ITAM
 

On interim rationality, belief formation and learning in decision problems with bounded memory
   presented by: Pathikrit Basu, Pennsylvania State University
 
Session 98: Human Capital Formation
June 19, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-255
 
Session Chair: George-Levi Gayle, Washington Unversity in St. Louis
Session type: contributed
 

Achievement Estimates and Deviations from Cardinal Comparability
   presented by: Eric Nielsen, Federal Reserve Board
 

Early Impacts of College Aid
   presented by: Eugenio Giolito, ILADES- Universidad Alberto Hurtado
 

Childhood Health and Lifecycle Human Capital Formation
   presented by: Hiroaki Mori, The University of Western Ontario
 

What is the source of the intergenerational correlation in earnings?
   presented by: George-Levi Gayle, Washington Unversity in St. Louis
 
Session 99: Wages, Allocation, and Insurance.
June 19, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
 
Session Chair: Simeon Alder, University of Notre Dame
Session type: contributed
 

Replacement hiring and wages
   presented by: Emmanuele Bobbio, Bank of Italy
 

The U.S. Job Ladder and the Low-Wage Jobs of the New Millennium
   presented by: Henry Hyatt, US Census Bureau
 

Progressive Taxation and Risky Career Choices
   presented by: German Cubas, University of Houston
 

A Tale of Two C(...)s: Competence and Complementarity
   presented by: Simeon Alder, University of Notre Dame
 
Session 100: Dealing with Enforcement Issues
June 19, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-8th floor Colloquium Room
 
Session Chair: JungJae Park, National University of Singapore
Session type: contributed
 

Asset Pricing and Risk Sharing with Limited Enforcement and Heterogeneous Preferences
   presented by: Ding Luo, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
 

Financial Contracting with Enforcement externalities
   presented by: Ricardo Serrano-Padial, Drexel University
 

Fragile Financial Coalitions: the interaction between real returns and social capital
   presented by: Yena Park, University of Rochester
 

Debauchery and Original Sin: The Currency Composition of Sovereign Debt
   presented by: JungJae Park, National University of Singapore
 
Session 101: Banks
June 19, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
Montgomery Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Ricardo Fernholz, Claremont McKenna College
Session type: contributed
 

On the Welfare Cost of Bank Concentration
   presented by: Alexandre Janiak, PUC-Chile
 

Optimal Portfolio Choice in a Banking\\ Model under Regulatory Constraints
   presented by: Thomas Cosimano, University of Notre Dame
 

Bank Lending and Relationship Capital
   presented by: Yasser Boualam, Kenan-Flagler Business School
 

Why Are Big Banks Getting Bigger?
   presented by: Ricardo Fernholz, Claremont McKenna College
 
Session 102: Labor Search II
June 19, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-G50
 
Session Chair: Jan Duras, Texas Tech University
Session type: contributed
 

Work Histories and Lifetime Unemployment
   presented by: Iacopo Morchio, University of Vienna
 

Access to Jobs and Duration Dependence
   presented by: Shigeru Fujita, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
 

Sectoral Reallocation and Labor Markets: A Cyclical Perspective
   presented by: Korie Amberger, UPF and Barcelona GSE
 

Goods Market Frictions and the Labor Wedge
   presented by: Jan Duras, Texas Tech University
 
Session 103: Topics in Econometrics
June 19, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
Prince Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Otilia Boldea, Tilburg University
Session type: contributed
 

Bootstrap Confidence Intervals for Sharp Regression Discontinuity Designs with the Uniform Kernel
   presented by: Otavio Bartalotti, Iowa State University
 

Regression Discontinuity Designs with Sample Selection
   presented by: Yingying Dong, University of California Irvine
 

Two-Sample Least Squares Projection
   presented by: David Pacini, University of Bristol
 

Testing for a Threshold in Models with Endogenous Regressors
   presented by: Otilia Boldea, Tilburg University
 
Session 104: Networks
June 19, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-G60
 
Session Chair: Selman Erol, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: contributed
 

Discovering Local Network Effects, Pricing, and Product Development
   presented by: Itay Fainmesser, The Johns Hopkins University
 

Networks, Frictions, and Price Dispersion
   presented by: Pablo Schenone, Arizona State University
 

Boundedly Rational Learning in Social Networks
   presented by: Xu Tan, University of Washington
 

Network Hazard and Bailouts
   presented by: Selman Erol, University of Pennsylvania
 
Session 105: Buying and Selling under Asymmetric Information
June 19, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-265
 
Session Chair: Gorkem Celik, ESSEC Business School
Session type: contributed
 

False Advertising
   presented by: Andrew Rhodes, Toulouse School of Economics
 

Price Discrimination Based on Buyers’ Purchase History
   presented by: Ella Segev, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
 

Selling to Advised Buyers
   presented by: Andrey Malenko, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 

Resale in Second-Price Auctions with Costly Participation
   presented by: Gorkem Celik, ESSEC Business School
 
Session 106: Empirical Studies of the Family
June 19, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
CP Chestnut Room
 
Session Chair: Leah Lakdawala, Michigan State University
Session type: contributed
 

Maternity Leave and Children's Abilities. Quasi-experimental Evidence from a Maternity Leave Reform in Chile
   presented by: Tomas Rau, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
 

When a Bad Control Variable Turns Good: Is the Effect of Parental Socioeconomic Status on Health Transmitted by Schooling?
   presented by: Bastian Ravesteijn, Harvard Medical School
 

Corners, Altruism and Intergenerational Transfers
   presented by: Heonjae Song, University of Seoul
 

Perverse Consequences of Well-Intentioned Regulation: Evidence from India's Child Labor Ban
   presented by: Leah Lakdawala, Michigan State University
 
Session 107: Empirical Auction Models
June 19, 2016 11:00 to 12:30
JMHH-260
 
Session Chair: Viplav Saini, Oberlin College
Session type: contributed
 

Detecting Quality Manipulation Corruption in Scoring Auctions
   presented by: Yangguang Huang, University of Washington
 

How Efficient are Decentralized Auction Platforms?
   presented by: Brent Hickman, University of Chicago
 

Ownership Concentration and Strategic Supply Reduction
   presented by: Michael Sinkinson, University of Pennsylvania Wharton Schoo
 

Entry, Exit, and Investment in Auction Markets
   presented by: Viplav Saini, Oberlin College
 
Session 108: Young Economists Event
June 17, 2016 18:45 to 19:30
Zellerbach Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: George Mailath, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: invited
 

Discussants:
     1 Pol Antras, Harvard University
     2 Steven Berry, Yale University
     3 Seema Jayachandran, Northwestern University
     4 Stephen Morris, Princeton University
 
Session 109: Development
June 17, 2016 9:00 to 10:30
JMHH-G06
 
Session Chair: Shing-Yi Wang, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: panel
 

Discussants:
     1 Antoinette Schoar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
     2 Seema Jayachandran, Northwestern University
 
Session 110: Econometrics
June 17, 2016 9:00 to 10:30
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
 
Session Chair: Xu Cheng, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: panel
 

Discussants:
     1 Stephane Bonhomme, University of Chicago
     2 Stefan Hoderlein, Boston College
 
Session 111: Macroeconomics
June 17, 2016 9:00 to 10:30
Prince Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Guillermo Ordonez, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: panel
 

Discussants:
     1 Gianluca Violante, NYU
     2 Ivan Werning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 
Session 112: Industrial Organization
June 18, 2016 9:00 to 10:30
JMHH-G06
 
Session Chair: Michael Sinkinson, University of Pennsylvania Wharton Schoo
Session type: panel
 

Discussants:
     1 Robert Town, University of Pennsylvania
     2 Steven Berry, Yale University
 
Session 113: Information Design
June 18, 2016 9:00 to 10:30
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
 
Session Chair: J. Aislinn Bohren, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: panel
 

Discussants:
     1 Jeffrey Ely, Northwestern University
     2 Stephen Morris, Princeton University
 
Session 114: Price Dynamics
June 18, 2016 9:00 to 10:30
Prince Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Harold Cole, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: panel
 

Discussants:
     1 Nir Jaimovich, Duke University
     2 Virgiliu Midrigan, New York University
 
Session 115: Bounded Rationality
June 19, 2016 9:00 to 10:30
JMHH-G06
 
Session Chair: David Dillenberger, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: panel
 

Discussants:
     1 Sylvain Chassang, Princeton Unviersity
     2 Ran Spiegler, Tel Aviv University and University College London
 
Session 116: Firms and Productivity
June 19, 2016 9:00 to 10:30
JMHH-8th floor Robertson Hall
 
Session Chair: Satyajit Chatterjee, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Session type: panel
 

Discussants:
     1 Chad Syverson, Univ of Chicago
     2 Peter Klenow, Stanford University
 
Session 117: Trade
June 19, 2016 9:00 to 10:30
Prince Theater, Annenberg
 
Session Chair: Ana Cecilia Fieler, University of Pennsylvania
Session type: panel
 

Discussants:
     1 Arnaud Costinot, MIT
     2 Giovanni Maggi, Yale University
 

117 sessions, 416 papers, and 3 presentations with no associated papers
 
Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
2Abito, Jose MiguelP11, C11
3Ahsan, Md NazmulP12
4Aizawa, NaokiP57
5Alcalde, PilarP53
6Alder, SimeonP99, C99
7Ales, LaurenceP27
8Alessandrini, DianaP77
9Ali, NageebP70
10Altinoglu, LeventP34, C34
11Alva, SamsonP40, C40
12Amberger, KorieP102
13Anagnostopoulos, AlexisP33
14Anagol, SantoshP22
15Antras, PolP41, C41, D108
16Argente, DavidP88
17Armenter, RocP89
18Armstrong, TimothyP17
19Aryal, GaurabP96, C96
20Asonuma, TamonP30
21Ataíde Moreira, HumbertoP31, C31
22Badev, AntonP23
23Bai, LiangP59
24Balat, JorgeP44
25Baldauf, MarkusP73, C73
26Baqaee, DavidP54
27Bartalotti, OtavioP103
28Basak, DeepalP82
29Basso, HenriqueP52, C52
30Basu, PathikritP97, C97
31Bau, NatalieP75, C75
32Baumeister, ChristianeP51
33Beresteanu, ArieP66, C66
34Berry, StevenD108, D112
35Biasi, BarbaraP60
36Biolsi, ChristopherP49
37Bishop, KellyP24, C24
38Boar, CorinaP4
39Bobbio, EmmanueleP99
40Bodoh-Creed, AaronP73
41Bohren, J. AislinnC113, P70, C70
42Boldea, OtiliaP43, P103, C103
43Bonaldi, PietroP74
44Bonhomme, StephaneD110
45Borgers, TilmanP64, C64
46Boualam, YasserP101
47Boyarchenko, SvetlanaP70
48Brendler, PavelP19
49Bridgman, BenjaminP45
50Briggs, JosephP22
51Briglevics, TamasP57, C57
52Brutti, ZeldaP94
53Burkovskaya, AnastasiaP93
54Caggese, AndreaP46
55Cai, YongyangP76
56Caicedo, SantiagoP78
57Caldara, DarioP85
58Canidio, AndreaP5
59Cao, DanP2
60Caunedo, JulietaP45, C45
61Cavenaile, LaurentP46, C46
62Celik, GorkemP105, C105
63Cetemen, Esat DorukP50
64Chahrour, RyanP52
65Chan, MonsP41
66Chang, DongkyuP82, C82
67Chang, Seong YeonP69
68Chassang, SylvainD115
69Chatterjee, SatyajitP37, C116
70Chen, XiaoshanP89
71Chen, DanielP80
72Chen, YingP2
73Chen, GuodongP49, C49
74Cheng, XuC110
75Cheng, Ho CheungP1
76Cheremukhin, AntonP90
77Chien, YiLiP16
78Cole, HaroldC114
79Commault, JeanneP79
80Conlon, ChristopherP65
81Corbae, DeanP20
82Cordoba, JuanP19, C19
83Corradi, ValentinaP17, C17
84Cosimano, ThomasP101
85Costinot, ArnaudD117
86Cubas, GermanP99
87Cullen, ZoeP83
88Davis, ScottP34
89Davoodalhosseini, Seyed MohammadrezaP88
90Davydiuk, TetianaP56
91Demidova, SvetlanaP15
92Dempsey, KyleP20
93Dillenberger, DavidP39, C115
94Dilme, FrancescP50
95Doh, TaeyoungP28
96Dong, YingyingP103
97Donovan, KevinP8
98Drouhin, NicolasP93
99Duras, JanP102, C102
100Egorov, KonstantinP20, C20
101Egorov, GeorgyP5, C5
102Elenev, VadimP20
103Ely, JeffreyD113
104Erol, SelmanP104, C104
105Escobar, JuanP87
106Eusepi, StefanoP89
107Evdokimov, KirillP42
108Eyigungor, BurcuP30
109Fainmesser, ItayP104
110Fan, YingP62
111Fang, LeiP33
112Farbmacher, HelmutP42
113Feng, XinP61
114Feng, QuP43, C43
115Fernholz, RicardoP101, C101
116Fershtman, DanielP35
117Fieler, Ana CeciliaC117
118Flemming, JeanP78
119Fried, StephieP4
120Fu, ShimingP50
121Fujita, ShigeruP102
122Funcke, AlexanderP5
123Gafarov, BulatP85, C85
124Gaggl, PaulP6
125Galvao, AntonioP66
126Gayle, George-LeviP98, C98
127Giannone, ElisaP41
128Gilje, ErikP71
129Giolito, EugenioP98
130Gola, PawelP35
131Gong, QingP74
132Gordon, GreyP15
133Grant, EverettP45
134Gratton, GabrieleP37
135Grau, NicolasP80
136Grochulski, BorysP58
137Guardado, JennyP9
138Guerrieri, LucaP55
139Guo, NaijiaP78, C78
140Haghpanah, NimaP31
141Hall, MatthewP83
142Ham, JohnP9
143Hamann, FranzP30
144Hamilton, JamesP85
145Han, SukjinP11
146Harless, PatrickP40
147Hart, JanineP36, C36
148Hauser, DanielP26
149Haviv, AveryP65
150Heathcote, JonathanP77
151Herold, FlorianP93, C93
152Herrenbrueck, LucasP90, C90
153Hickman, BrentP107
154Hirshleifer, SarojiniP60, C60
155Hitzemann, SteffenP51
156Hoderlein, StefanD110
157Holter, HansP33, C33
158Hong, Seung HyunP21, C21
159Houde, Jean FrancoisP62, C62
160Huang, Po-ChunP48
161Huang, YangguangP107
162Huang, JingongP54
163Huangfu, BingchaoP61
164Hui, XiangP95
165Hwang, JungbinP42, C42
166Hyatt, HenryP99
167Imura, YukoP72
168Itenberg, OlgaP18
169Jacquet, NicolasP67
170Jaimovich, NirD114
171Jain, RiteshP13
172Janetos, NickP93
173Jang, InkeeP64
174Janiak, AlexandreP101
175Jara-Moroni, PedroP14
176Jaravel, XavierP46
177Jayachandran, SeemaD109, D108
178Jha, AkshayaP74
179Johnsson, IdaP23, C23
180Jones, DanielP71
181Joo, JoonhwiP24
182Jun, Sung JaeP86, C86
183Jung, Jae WookP41
184Kaido, HiroakiP42
185Kang, KaramP44, C44
186Ke, ShaoweiP97
187Ke, YuanP29
188Khan, AubhikP68, C68
189Khodaverdian, SaeedP37, C37
190Kilian, LutzP43
191Kim, SoojinP19
192Kim, HeejeongP77, C77
193Kim, You SukP21
194Kim, Jin YeubP82
195Kim, TaejinP92
196Kirpalani, RishabhP3
197Klenow, PeterD116
198Ko, AmiP48, C48
199Kolesar, MichalP17
200Kolotilin, AntonP87
201Kopecky, JosephP75
202Koulayev, SergeiP53
203Kovach, MatthewP97
204Kozlowski, JulianP52
205Krämer, FlorentinP57
206Kryvtsov, OleksiyP88, C88
207Kubitz, GregP1
208Kurmann, AndreP83, C83
209Kurnaz, MusabP27
210Kushnir, AlexeyP13
211L'Hour, JérémyP7
212Labadie, PamelaP56
213Lakdawala, LeahP106, C106
214Larrymore, NorrisP84, C84
215Larsen, VegardP52
216Laufer, StevenP25, C25
217Lee, Ying-YingP7, C7
218Lee, EunheeP4, C4
219Lee, SangmokP40
220Lee, JongkwanP36
221Lee, JunghoonP46
222Leo, GregP26, C26
223Lepine, AndreaP47
224Li, YunanP31
225Li, JiangtaoP14, C14
226Li, ShengyuP95
227Lian, ChenP79
228Liu, NianqingP96
229Liu, RuixuanP91
230Liu, YangP28
231Lo, IreneP38
232Lochner, BenjaminP32
233Lu, Shih EnP92
234Lu, ChenyanP32
235Lu, LinaP81
236Luciani, MatteoP81
237Luo, DingP100
238Luoto, JaniP69
239Ma, ChaoP57
240Ma, JinpengP64
241Macedoni, LucaP15
242Macera, ManuelP19
243Machado, CeciliaP47
244Maggi, GiovanniD117
245Magnolfi, LorenzoP62
246Mailath, GeorgeC108, P61, C61
247Makridis, ChristosP76
248Malenko, AndreyP105
249Maltz, AmnonP97
250Mancino, AntonellaP80, C80
251Mandler, MichaelP39, C39
252Marcassa, StefaniaP8, C8
253Margaria, ChiaraP50, C50
254Marmer, VadimP96
255Masten, MatthewP17
256Mattana, ElenaP25
257Maxand, SimoneP81
258McCallum, AndrewP6, C6
259McCloskey, AdamP7
260Melo, EmersonP44
261Menon, NidhiyaP12
262Michaels, RyanP90
263Midrigan, VirgiliuD114
264Miller, AlanP1, C1
265Mohapatra, DebiP62
266Mongey, SimonP63
267Morchio, IacopoP102
268Mori, HiroakiP98
269Morris, StephenD108, D113
270Moscoso Boedo, HernanP45
271Moser, ChristianP77
272Murphy, AlvinP21
273Murto, PauliP61
274Mylovanov, TymofiyP38, C38
275Myong, SunhaP47, C47
276Nakabayashi, MasakiP64
277Nakajima, MakotoP68
278Nakov, AntonP55
279Nechio, FernandaP79
280Nielsen, EricP98
281Noda, ShunyaP31
282Nuguer, VictoriaP55
283Oh, Dong HwanP29
284Oh, HyunseungP49
285Olszewski, WojciechP73
286Ordonez, GuillermoP10, C10, C111
287Orlov, DmitryP92
288Ortigueira, SalvadorP48
289Ozdagli, AliP54
290Pacini, DavidP103
291Pancost, AaronP75
292Panovska, IrinaP69, C69
293Panthöfer, SebastianP59
294Papageorge, NicholasP60
295Park, Hye JinP84
296Park, YenaP100
297Park, JungJaeP100, C100
298Patnam, ManasaP71
299Pegoraro, FulvioP28
300Peng, QiushaP67, C67
301Pernaudet, JulieP59, C59
302Phelan, ChristopherP27, C27
303Phelan, GregoryP84
304Pilossoph, LauraP32, C32
305Pinkovskiy, MaximP68
306Pintus, PatrickP34
307Pohl, VincentP48
308Powell, DavidP11
309Prat, JulienP26
310Praz, RemyP3
311Pröhl, ElisabethP72
312Prokhorov, ArtemP81, C81
313Pycia, MarekP73
314Pytka, KrzysztofP63
315Qayyum, ShaizaP59
316Rabinovich, StanislavP16, C16
317Rappoport, DavidP21
318Ratner, DavidP63
319Rau, TomasP106
320Raval, DeveshP24
321Ravesteijn, BastianP106
322Ravid, DoronP82
323Ravit, JasonP27
324Reza, SadatP11
325Rezende, MarceloP10
326Rhee, SerenaP90
327Rhodes, AndrewP105
328Richards-Shubik, SethP53, C53
329Rindisbacher, MarcelP67
330Rivers, DavidP80
331Roche, HerveP16
332Roettger, JoostP30, C30
333Rosen, AdamP86
334Rosenbaum, TedP8
335Rosenthal, MaxwellP58
336Roychowdhury, PunarjitP8
337Rudanko, LeenaP88
338Sadler, EvanP92, C92
339Sadzik, TomaszP13, C13
340Saffie, FelipeP18
341Safronov, MikhailP38
342Saini, ViplavP107, C107
343Salomao, JulianaP56
344Sanches, DanielP10
345Schenone, PabloP104
346Schilling, LindaP84
347Schindler, DavidP71, C71
348Schmid, LukasP16
349Schmitz, BirgitP15, C15
350Schoar, AntoinetteD109
351Segev, EllaP105
352Sender, SamuelP91, C91
353Seoane, HernanP10
354Serrano-Padial, RicardoP100
355Shaliastovich, IvanP76, C76
356Shao, LinP54, C54
357Sheedy, KevinP5
358Shen, ShulinP69
359Sheng, ShuyangP23
360Shenoy, AjayP94, C94
361Shi, XiaoxiaP65
362Shi, WeiP94
363Shim, Hyoung-SukP74, C74
364Shorrer, RanP35
365Siemer, MichaelP6
366SIN, Chor-yiu (CY)P51
367Sinkinson, MichaelC112, P107
368Smith, AndrewP72
369Smolin, AlexP2
370Song, SuyongP66
371Song, DonghoP29, C29
372Song, Kyungchul (Kevin)P51, C51
373Song, HeonjaeP106
374Spiegler, RanD115
375Steinberg, JosephP56, C56
376Steverson, KaiP58, C58
377Stijepic, DamirP63, C63
378Stuermer, MartinP85
379Sun, YenengP87
380Sun, JulianaP34
381Syverson, ChadD116
382Tan, Teck YongP58
383Tan, XuP104
384Tanaka, ShinsukeP12, C12
385Taneva, InaP38
386Temzelides, TedP76
387Tenhofen, JörnP72, C72
388Tetenov, AlekseyP86
389Thomas, JuliaP68
390Tian, YuanP95, C95
391Tilly, JanP78
392Tobacman, JeremyP22, C22
393Town, RobertD112
394Tsyrennikov, ViktorP3, C3
395Turhan, BertanP40
396Ura, TakuyaP86
397Valente, João PauloP89, C89
398van Santen, PeterP22
399Varela, LilianaP18, C18
400Vazquez-Grande, FranciscoP28, C28
401Violante, GianlucaD111
402Virag, GaborP2, C2
403vom Lehn, ChristianP4
404Waggoner, DanielP29
405Wang, Shing-YiC109, P36
406Watson, JoelP87, C87
407Wei, DongP26
408Wei, XiaoP67
409Wei, ChaoP37
410Weinstein, RussellP9
411Weinstein, JonathanP14
412Werning, IvanD111
413Wilson, KyleP65, C65
414Wong, Tsz-NingP1
415Yang, Lily LingP14
416Yang, MuzheP12
417Yenmez, M. BuminP13
418Yoon, JangsuP91
419Yotov, YotoP95
420Yu, ChanghuaP55, C55
421Yum, MinchulP33
422Zacchia, PaoloP23
423Zapechelnyuk, AndriyP35, C35
424Zarazaga, CarlosP79, C79
425Zhang, HongsongP9, C9
426Zhao, JakeP18
427Zhao, XinP70
428Zheng, CharlesP39
429Zhong, MolinP43
430Zhou, JinP36
431Zhou, ZhenP3
432Zhu, YingP66
433Zhu, YinchuP91
434Zincenko, FedericoP96
435Zou, BenP94
436Zucchi, FrancescaP75
437Zurita, FelipeP39

 

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