Econometrics Seminar (Spring 2023)

This seminar offers a forum for both external and internal speakers to present their recent work on theoretical and applied econometrics. Talks generally take place in person on Thursdays from 15:30 – 16:30 in room 002, L9, 1–2 (60 minutes for the talk plus time for discussions afterwards; exceptions are noted below). Everybody is welcome to attend!


Mar 2Daniel Wilhelm (LMU)Inference for Rank-Rank Regressions 
Mar 16Giovanni Ballarin (Mannheim)Impulse Response Analysis of Nonlinear Time Series Models 
Mar 22Liyang Sun (CEMFI)

Adapting to misspecification

On a wednesday (usual time and place)
Mar 30Damian Kozbur (Zürich)

Generalized error rate control in high dimensions

Apr 20Michal Kolesar (Princeton)Contamination Bias in Linear RegressionsVirtual (Zoom), joint with Bonn, starts 16:00
Apr 27Federico Bugni (Northwestern)Testing homogeneity in dynamic discrete games in finite samplesVirtual (Zoom), joint with Bonn, starts 16:00
May 24So Jin LeeTesting a subspace break in a systematic change point detectionOn a wednesday (usual time, place TBA)
May 25Assaf Abraham (Mannheim)The causes and consequences of rural out-migration: evidence from the Indiana Gas Boom