2018 GSE-OSSIP Joint Seminar in Economics,
Machikaneyama Seminar


Date Presenter Subject Place
The
1st
April 5
(Thu)
Carlos Carrilo-Tudela
 (University of Essex)
"Unemployment and Endogenous Reallocation
over the Business Cycle"
(joint with Ludo Visschers)
Osaka University
Graduate School
of Law&Economics
Building 7F
The
2nd
April 12
(Thu)
Kozo Kiyota
(Keio University)
"Labor Market Imperfections, Markups and Productivity
in Multinationals and Exporters"(with Sabien Dobbelaere)
Osaka University OSIPP Building 6F
The
3rd
May 17
(Thu)
Michela Giorcelli
(UCLA )
"Reconstruction Aid, Public Infrastructure, and Economic Growth" Osaka University
Graduate School
of Law&Economics
Building 7F
The
4Th
May 23
(Wed)
Akira Sasahara
(U Idaho)
"Trade Costs of Sovereign Debt Restructurings:
Does a Market-Friendly Approach Improve the Outcome?"
Osaka University
Graduate School
of Law&Economics
Building 7F
The
5Th
July 7
(Thu)
Sunny Huang
(HKUST)
"Financial Fraud and Investor Awareness" Osaka University
Graduate School
of Law&Economics
Building 5F
The
6Th
Jul,12
(Thu)
Teppei Yamamoto
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
"Item Response Theory for Conjoint Survey Experiments" Osaka University
OSIPP Building 2F
The
7th
Jul,19
(Thu)
Bart Cockx
(Ghent University)
"Modeling the Effects of Grade Retention in High School"
(joint with Matteo Picchio and Stijn Baert)
Osaka University
Graduate School
of Law&Economics
Building 7F
The
8Th
Aug,2
(Thu)
 ① Shingo Ishiguro
(Osaka University)
 ② Shunya Noda
(Stanford University)
 ③ Takuro Yamashita
(Toulouse School of Economics)
≪Machikaneyama theory workshop≫

  "Moral Hazard and Subjective Evaluation"
(joint with Yosuke Yasuda)

  ″Large Matching in Large Market with Flexible Supply″

  ″Mechanism design with externalities, as a splitting problem″
Osaka University
Graduate School
of Law&Economics
Building 5F
The
9Th
Aug,27 Mitsuru Igami
(Yale Department of Economics)
Measuring the Incentive to Collude: The Vitamin Cartels, 1990-1999 Osaka University
Graduate School
of Law&Economics
Building 5F

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