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February 9
Professor Costas Meghir, University College London
"Assessing the Returns to Schooling Using A Social Experiment"
February 23
Professor John Ham, Ohio State University
"The Effect of Medicaid Expansions For Low-Income Children On Medicaid Participation And Insurance Coverage: Evidence For The SIPP"
(joint with Lara Shore-Sheppard)
March 1
Professor George Borjas, Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government
"Does Immigration Grease the Wheels of the Labor Market?"
March 8
Professor Henry Farber, Princeton University
"Round Up the Usual Suspects: The Role of Labor Law in the Decline of Unions, 1973-1998"
March 15
March 22
Professor Edward Lazear, Stanford University
"Educational Production"
March 29
Professor Bruno Contini, University of Turin
"Wage Dynamics and Labour Mobility in Italy"
April 5
Professor Orley Ashenfelter, Princeton University
"Using Mandated Speed Limits to Measure the Value of a Statistical Life"
(with Michael Greenstone)
April 12
Professor Nada Eissa, UC-Berkeley
"Good News for Low-Income Families? Tax-Transfer Schemes and Marriage"
(joint with Microeconomic Policy Workshop)
April 19
Professor John Johnson, University of Illinois-Champaign Urbana
"The Impact of Parent's Divorce on Children's Future Earnings"
April 26
Professor Victor Fuchs, Stanford University
"Mortality and Medical Care Utilization of Older Americans: A Cross-Area Analysis"
(with Mark McCellan)
(joint with Microeconomic Policy Workshop)
May 3
Professor Stepan Jurajda, Princeton University and Charles University, Czech Republic
"Gender Wage Gap and Segregation in Late Transition: Czech and Solvak Republics"
May 10
May 17
Professor Maia Guell, Princeton University and Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
"The Effects of Fixed-Term Contracts on the Duration Distribution of Unemployment: The Spanish Case"



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