The Applied Economics Working Group meets weekly during the school year to hear presentations by faculty and graduate students. Researchers present their latest work as well as "works-still-in-progress." This leads to some lively and interesting discussions!

Schedule for Winter 2018 - All sessions meet in Ballard 200C

Date Time Presenter Title
1/26 9-10 Dede Long

How do traffic reduction policies affect infant health? An integrated sorting and health analysis

1/30 1-2 Matt Sloggy

Measure twice, cut once: Optimal inventory and harvest under volume uncertainty and price volatility

1/31 12-1 Jennifer Alix-Garcia   Locational fundamentals, trade, and the changing urban landscape of Mexico
2/7 12-1 Jeff Reimer

Methods to simulate the effects of large economic shocks on different members of society

2/14 12-1 Sahan Dissanayake

Temporal Stability of Preferences - A difference-in-difference analysis of an improved stove choice experiment from Ethiopia

2/21 12-1 Maik Kecinski Economic Status Determines Acceptable Levels of Water Contamination: A Field Experiment on Environmental Justice
3/7 12-1 Robin Cross Correcting Multicollinearity
3/14 12-1 David Lewis Public preferences for using natural capital investments to recover threatened species: Evidence for Oregon Coast Coho salmon