Interactions Workshop 2016

Interactions: Bringing Together Econometrics and Applied Microeconometrics

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The Third Annual Workshop
September 16-17, 2016
James L. Allen Center, Room 140

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Ivan Canay, Northwestern University
Alexander Torgovitsky, Northwestern University

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Estimating Semi-parametric Panel Multinomial Choice Models using Cyclic Monotonicity
Xiaoxia Shi, University of Wisconsin – Madison
Discussant: Amil Petrin, University of Minnesota
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Who should be Treated? Empirical Welfare Maximization Methods for Treatment Choice
Aleksey Tetenov, University of Bristol
Discussant: Keisuke Hirano, Penn State University
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Bunching at the kink: implications for spending responses to health insurance contracts
Paul Schrimpf, University of British Columbia
Discussant: Matt Notowidigdo, Northwestern University
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Multiple Treatments with Strategic Interaction
Sukjin Han, University of Texas at Austin
Discussant: Francesca Molinari, Cornell University
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Heterogeneous Beliefs and School Choice
Adam Kapor, Columbia University
Discussant: Parag Pathak, MIT
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Efficient Estimation with a Finite Number of Simulation Draws per Observation
Kirill Evdokimov, Princeton University
Discussant: Michael Jansson, University of California – Berkeley
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Education Production and Incentives
Hugh Macartney, Duke University
Discussant: Magne Mogstad, University of Chicago
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Inference with Many Instruments and Heterogeneous Treatment Effects
Michal Kolesar, Princeton University
Discussant: Whitney Newey, MIT
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Optimal Social Assistance and Unemployment Insurance in a Life-Cycle Model of Family Labor Supply and Savings
Victoria Prowse, Cornell University
Discussant: John Kennan, University of Wisconsin – Madison
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Higher-order Refinements of Alternative Asymptotics for Kernel-Based Semiparametric Estimators
Max Farrell, University of Chicago
Discussant: Andres Santos, University of California – San Diego
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