2005-2006 Workshop Schedule
The workshop meets from 4:10-5:40 p.m. in Room 121.
For further information, please contact
Deborah Sestito at (203) 432-4830 or email@example.com
|September 22||Professor Justin Wolfers, University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School|
Using Markets to Inform Policy: The Case of the Iraq War
|September 29||Professor Steve Raphael, University of California at Berkeley, Public Policy|
The Effect of Male Incarceration Dynamics on AIDS Infection Rates Among Women & Men, co-authored with Rucker Johnson
|September 30||Professor Lawrence Katz, Harvard, Economics with Jeffrey Kling, Princeton, Economics. There will be a luncheon from 12-2 and the Workshop will be held from 2:30-4:00 p.m. All to be held in Room 120.|
Special session on What We Have Learned from the Move to Opportunity Program (a HUD initiative that enabled inner-city poor to move to more affluent areas in a randomized experiment to assess the impact of living in a lower-crime area with better schools)--there will be a luncheon seminar for the faculty on the major lessons from the program, followed by a more formal seminar (joint with the Labor Economics Workshop)
J. Kling, J.B. Liebman & L.F. Katz: Experimental Analysis of Neighborhood Effects
J. Kling & J.B. Liebman: Experimental Analysis of Neighborhood Effects on Youth
Recent Moving to Opportunity Research
J. Ludwig & J. Kling: Is Crime Contagious?
|October 6||Professor Albert Choi, University of Virginia, Economics|
Optimal Successor Liability
Professor Gary King, Harvard, Government
The first two papers are "The Dangers of Extreme Counterfactuals" and "When Can History be Our Guide? The Pitfalls of Counterfactual Inference," both by Gary King and Langche Zeng. These two papers overlap: the first includes all the detailed mathematical proofs; the second excludes most of the math but includes more empirical examples and pedagogical material. The last paper is "Matching as Nonparametric Preprocessing for Improving Parametric Causal Inference" by Daniel Ho, Kosuke Imai, Gary King, and Elizabeth Stuart.
|November 10||Professor Kevin Davis, New York University , Law|
The Role of Nonprofits in the Production of Boilerplate
|December 8||Professor James Lindgren, Northwestern University, Law|
Testing Social Dominance: Is Support for Capitalism and Opposition to Income Redistribution Driven by Racism and Intolerance?
|January 26||Professor James Poterba, MIT, Economics|
Defined Contribution Plans and Retirement Saving Risk and Poterba.2.pdf
|February 23||Professor Charles Calomiris, Columbia, International Business|
Relationship Banking and the Pricing of Financial Services
|March 9||Professor Cecelia Rouse, Princeton/Economics|
Do Accountability and Voucher Threats Improve Low-Performance Schools?
|March 30||Professor Gillian Hadfield, USC, Law|
The Quality of Law in Civil Code and Common Law Regimes: Judicial Incentives, Legal Human Capital and the Evolution of Law
|April 13||Professor Alison Morantz, Stanford, Law|
Post-Accident Drug Testing & Worker's Compensation Claims in a Fortune 500 Company