|23-Jan||Andrew G||Regressive Welfare Effects of Housing Bubbles|
|30-Jan||Alex P||Border Crossings and Trade|
|06-Feb||Karlye||Who Holds the Ball? Asynchronous Monetary Policy Normalization in Systemic Economies and the Yield Curve|
|20-Feb||Ryan||postponed to Apr–17|
|27-Feb||Kanat||Immigrant characteristics in low income countries|
|06-Mar||Jennifer||postponed to Apr–24|
|13-Mar||Spring break||No presentation|
|20-Mar||Gonzalo||In search of distress risk in emerging markets|
|27-Mar||Wenting||Industry Cluster, Labor Dynamics and Housing Heterogeneity|
|Sep–8||Andrew G||The Source of Aggregate Inequality: Employment and Income Changes from 1999 to 2014|
|Sep–15||Alex||Resource Demand Changes and Spatial Development: Evidence from Above|
|Sep–29||Jennifer||Return to Capital: Evidence from firm level data of non-financial firms|
|Oct–6||Wenting||Mergers and Acquisitions, Technological Change and Inequality|
|Oct–13||Gonazalo||Corporate Default Risk in Emerging Markets|
|Nov–3||Andrew H||Secular stagnation and bubble boom-bust|
|Nov–10||Kanat||The Allocation of Talent in Brazil and India|
|Nov–17||David||Monetary Policy Regimes and Real Estate Prices|
|Dec–1||Calebe||Global Uncertainty and International Business Cycles|
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