The Economics Department invites experts in their field
to present seminars to faculty and students.
Seminars Listed by Year.
"Earnings Inequality: Stylized Facts, Underlying Causes and Policy"
Mental Health Stigma
Economics is an Experimental Science
Will the Labor Market Ever Recover from the Great Recession?
The Economics Approach to Personal Financial Planning
The Growing (?) Importance of Who You Work For
Bid Takers or Market Makers? The Effect of Auctioneers on Auction Outcomes
Can Economists Be More Useful, Like Engineers?
Search in the Labor Market: The Diamond-Mortensen-Pissarides Model
Jim Albrecht and Susan
Vroman Georgetown University
Health Reform in the US: The Past, Present & Future
The Economic Value of a Law Degree
High-Quality Preschool: What We Know, and Directions for Future Research
Does International Trade Hurt the American Worker?
Voting and Utilitarianism