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Seminars

The following information is for Department of Economics seminars. Department seminars are generally held in the Economics Conference Room, SSH 1113.The department has regular seminar series in Applied Microeconomics, Microeconomics Theory, Macroeconomics / International Economics and Econometrics and seminar series that meet in selected quarters in Economic History and Economy, Justice and Society. In addition the department has brownbag workshops including Macroeconomics and Microeconomics. Other economics-related seminars on the U.C.-Davis campus are sponsored by Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, Institute of Governmental Affairs, and the Agricultural History Center.

Econometrics

Meets Monday 3:40 pm - 5:00 pm

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Theory

Meets Tuesday 4:10 pm - 5:30 pm

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Economic History

Meets Tuesday 4:10 pm - 5:30 pm
Gillian Brunet (Wesleyan)
“When Does Government Spending Matter? Evidence from a New Measure of Military Spending”
Brad DeLong (UCB)
“Slouching Towards Utopia”
Luis Bauluz (Bonn)
“The Wealth of Generations”
Angela Vossmeyer (Claremont)
“Specification of Systemic Risk and Acquisitions”

Environment and Energy

Meets Wednesday 3:40 - 5:00 p.m.

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Industrial Organization

Meets Wednesday 4:10pm – 5:30pm

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Macroeconomics/International Economics

Meets Wednesday 4:10 pm - 5:30 pm
Peter Maxted (UCB Haas)
"Present Bias in Consumption-Saving Models: A Tractable Continuous-Time Approach"

Public Finance - Labor Economics

Meets Thursday 3:40 – 5:00 pm
Audrey Guo (Santa Clara University)
"Payroll Tax Incidence: Evidence from Unemployment Insurance"

Development

Behavioral

Meets Monday from 3:40 PM to 5:00 PM

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Undergraduate

The Economics Department hosts a speaker each quarter to give undergraduate students insight into new topics and research in the field. These one hour talks will be designed for economics majors with an interest in the application of economics to the wider world around them. The seminars will be followed by a reception with department faculty.

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