Seminars

Seminars will take place online. The seminar series is arranged by Daniel Wilhelm and Andrei Zeleneev.

Essential Concepts of Causal Inference: A remarkable history and an intriguing future by Don Rubin

14 May 2019

Speaker: Don Rubin
Venue: The Institute for Fiscal Studies
cemmap seminar by Eric Renault

21 May 2019

Speaker: Eric Renault
Venue: The Institute for Fiscal Studies
The uniform validity of impulse response inference in autoregressions by Atsushi Inoue

23 May 2019

Speaker: Atsushi Inoue
Venue: The Institute for Fiscal Studies
Kernel Estimation for Dyadic Data by Jim Powell

28 May 2019

Speaker: James L. Powell
Venue: The Institute for Fiscal Studies
cemmap seminar by Demian Pouzo

4 June 2019

Speaker: Demian Pouzo
Venue: The Institute for Fiscal Studies
Inefficient Collective Households: Abuse and Consumption by Krishna Pendakur (SFU)

1 October 2019

Speaker: Krishna Pendakur
Venue: The Institute for Fiscal Studies
Weak Instruments Test in Discrete Choice Models by Eric Renault (Warwick)

8 October 2019

Speaker: Eric Renault
Venue: The Institute for Fiscal Studies
Debiased Machine Learning of Causal Parameters with Riesz Representers by Victor Chernozhukov (MIT)

15 October 2019

Speaker: Victor Chernozhukov
Venue: The Institute for Fiscal Studies
A Correlated Random Coefficient Panel Model with Time-Varying Endogeneity by Louise Laage (Toulouse)

22 October 2019

Speaker: Louise Laage
Venue: The Institute for Fiscal Studies
Two-way fixed effects estimators with heterogeneous treatment effects by Clement de Chaisemartin (UCSB)

29 October 2019

Speaker: Clement de Chaisemartin
Venue: The Institute for Fiscal Studies