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   2018-2019 IGIER SEMINAR SERIES

Seminars will be held from 12.30 to 13.45 in the Velodromo building unless written otherwise. All Bocconi students and faculty are very welcome to attend these talks.

Date
Speaker Room
05 September Steve Kaplan - Chicago BSB

 How Well Have Venture Capitalists Done?  How Have They Done It?
N33
27 November Michael Shadlen - Columbia University
The neurobiology of perceptual and value based decisions: A memorable connection 
N30
10 December Jean Tirole - TSE
Shadow Banking, Liquidity and Financial Stability
N30
19 March  Lars Peter Hansen - Chicago University
Pricing Uncertainty Induced by Climate Change
N05
01 April Chris Woodruf - Oxford University
Information and Bargaining through Agents: Experimental Evidence from Mexico’s Labor Courts
N27
10 April Aloysius Siow - University of Toronto
Quality, Variety and Quantity from the Industrial Revolution to the Digital Revolution

N31

06 May Steve Tadelis - Berkeley
Sequential Bargaining in the Field: Evidence from Millions of Online Bargaining Interactions
N04 
13 May Ravi Bansal - Duke University
 Identifying Climate Change Risk in Capital Markets
N04
27 May Torsten Persson - IIES Stockholm
The Rise of Identity Politics
N04
10 June Charles Manski - Northwestern University
Treatment Choice with Trial Data: Statistical Decision Theory should Supplant Hypothesis Testing
N04
20 June Alvin Roth - Stanford University N02

 



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