Fink Center Student Seminar Series


The Fink Center hosts research seminar series where Professors present their current research to students.  Past Presentations included: 

Fall 2013

DateSpeaker

Topic

10/15/2013 Sholomo Benartzi

Behavioral Economics 2.0
Driving Change in the Digital World

10/22/2013 Jerry Nickelsburg

Structural Unemployment, Labor Market Adjustment and Regional Recoveries

10/29/2013 Nico Voigtlander

Exporting and Plant-Level Efficiency Gains: It's in the Measure

11/05/2013 No Seminar 

 

11/12/2013 No Seminar

 

11/19/2013 Barney Hartman-Glaeser

Information problems in mortgage markets: what does finance theory have to say?

11/26/2013 No Seminar

12/03/2013 David Lewin

Independent Contracting vs. Employee Status: An Analysis of Conflict.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Spring 2013

DateSpeaker

Topic

4/2/2013 Suzanne Shu

Preferences and framing effects for consumers' retirement income decisions

4/9/2013 No Seminar

 

4/16/2013 Ivo Welch 

Some Quantitative Limits For Disaster Riskand Equity Premium Estimates

4/23/2013 Mark Garmaise

Entrepreneurial Success in the United States

4/30/2013 Romain Warcziag

Economic Development over the long run

5/07/2013 Brian Boyer

Options as Lotteries

5/14/2013 No Seminar

 

5/21/2013 Mark Grinblatt

Long-Term Investing with Unknown Expected Returns