Postdoctoral Workshops

Postdoctdoctoral workshops are opportunities for postdoctorates to present seminar style presentations of their research to each other and to interested faculty. We organize four workshops during the academic year — two in the fall and two in the spring. At the first opening workshop in the fall, postdocs give a five-minute presentation of their research agenda and three seminar style presentations. The following three workshops are four seminar style presentations.

2018 - 2019

April 29, 2019

Elena Korchmina, “The Impact of Serfdom on Labor Market in the 18th Century Russia"
Han Il Chang, "Vote-buying as a Signaling Game: Theory and Evidence"
Georgia Michailidou, "Interdependent Lying Costs: Theory and Experimental Evidence"
Mayada Oudah, "The Role of Facial Expressions in Human-Human and Human-Machine Interactions"

December 4, 2018

Maria Boccardi, "Does Random Consideration Explain Behavior when Choice is Hard? Evidence from a Large-Scale Experiment."
Romain Gauriot, "Nash at Wimbledon: Evidence from Half a Million Serves"
Sergio Ascencio- Bonfil, “Nomination Rules and the Calculus of Mobilization: Theory and Evidence from Mexico”
Jacopo Magnani, “An Experimental Investigation of Wasteful Signaling in Matching Market”
Manu Munoz, “Web of Lies”

November 1, 2018

Conference on Russian Politics, hosted by Noah Buckley, with UAE University in Al Ain and Higher School of Economics in Moscow.

September 23, 2018

Yan Long, "Self-Fulfilling Equilibria in Social Contests: Expectations and Neighborhood Effects"
Daeyong Jeong, "Stable Constitutions"
Javier Mejia, "Social Networks and Long-Term Economic Performance"
Rabia Malik, "Are Goodwill Ambassadors Good for Business? The Impact of Celebrities on IO Fundraising"