Marshall School of Business

Spring 2016 - complete
FBE Macroeconomics and
International Finance Workshop

The USC Finance and Business Economics Department usually sponsors three seminar series each semester.
Applied Economics Workshop | Finance Seminar Series | Macroeconomics and International Finance Workshop
The joint SPPD/Marshall School Lusk Center for Real Estate also offers a Real Estate Seminar series and the
FBE Dept. Center for Investment Studies has an occasional Distinguished Speaker Series.

Macroeconomics Workshops are held on Fridays from 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. in Hoffman Hall, Room 506 unless
otherwise noted below. We no longer provide hardcopies of the papers. If you want a printout, please download
and print the PDF file available by clicking on the paper title.
   Thank you.   [Parking & seminar map]

Rev Date Speaker Title of Paper Room
   Jan. 14
Arlene Wong
  Northwestern Econ
Population Aging and the Transmission of Monetary Policy to Consumption   appendix   seminar: 3:45pm ACC-312
   Jan. 28,
Christain Moser
  Princeton Econ
Earnings Inequality and the MinimumWage:
Evidence from Brazil
    seminar: 3:45pm
   Feb. 3
Andres Pablo Drenik
  Stanfod Econ
Labor Market Dynamics after Nominal Devaluations   seminar: 10:00am VPD-302
  Feb. 22
Sebastian Heise
  Yale Econ
Firm-to-Firm Relationships and Price Rigidity Theory and Evidence    seminar: 10:00am BRI-203
   Feb. 26
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  No seminar.    - - -
   Mar. 4
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  No seminar.    - - -
  Mar. 11
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  No seminar.    - - -
   Mar. 18
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  No seminar - Spring Break.    - - -
  Mar. 25 Gadi Barlevy
  FRB Chicago
Mandatory Disclosure and Financial Contagion
(co-author: Fernando Alvarez, Chicago)
  Apr. 1
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  No seminar.    - - -
  Apr. 8
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  No seminar.    - - -
  Apr. 15 Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln
  Goeth Univ. (visiting Stanford)
Taxation and Labor Supply of Married Women across Countries: A Macroeconomic Analysis        appendix
(co-author: Alexander Bick, ASU)
  Apr. 22
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  No seminar.    - - -
 > Apr. 29 Felipe Saffie
  Univ. of Maryland, Econ Dept.
Capital-Based Corporate Tax Benefits: Endogenous Misallocation through Lobbying    abstract of the updated April 2016 version.    co-authors: Tanida Arayavechkit (Univ. of Pennsylvania) and Minchul Shin (Univ. of Pennsylvania).    Per the author's request, this paper will NOT be posted.   Please email the Sr. Admin to obtain a PDF copy of the UPDATED April 2016 paper.     seminar: 3:45pm HOH-506
 3:45 pm

Click on the paper title to download a PDF.  Click on a presenter's name to go to their website, obtain a vita, etc.  To meet with a particular visitor contact Dr. Vincenzo Quadrini at 213-740-6521 or quadrini[at]marshall[dot]usc[dot]edu.   For free parking, contact the FBE Dept. at (213) 740-6515 or   Parking reservations require minimum 2 hours advance notice!
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3670 Trousdale Parkway, Ste. 308  ·  Los Angeles, CA 90089-0804 ·  213-740-6515  ·  213-740-6650 fax  ·

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