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Workshop Series Spring 2006

Date Presenter Topic Materials
Jan. 13
1:30 pm
Aaron Smallwood
(U Oklahoma)
"How Does the Modeling Choice Affect Deviations from Purchasing Power Parity?" Paper
Jan. 20
2:30 pm
Wei Dong
(U Wisconsin)
"Expenditure Switching Effect and the Exchange Rate Regime Debate" Paper
Jan. 27
1:30 pm
Wei Xiao
(U New Orleans)
"Increasing Returns and the Design of Interest Rate Rules" Paper
Feb. 3
1:30 pm
C. Y. Choi
(U New Hampshire)
"Heterogeneity in the Persistence of Relative Prices: What Do the Japanese Cities Tell Us" Paper
Feb. 8 (Wed)
2:00
Sinchan Mitra
(Wash U)
"International Business Cycles: An Unobserved Components Approach" Paper
Feb. 20 (Mon)
2:00
Julian Diaz
(U Minn)
"Can Enforcement Constraints Explain Capital Flows After Financial Liberalizations?" Paper

Feb. 24
1:30 pm
Felicia Ionescu
(U Iowa)
"The Effect of the Federal Student Loan Program on College Enrollment and Default Rates" Paper
Mar. 3
Mar. 10
Mar. 17 Spring Break
Mar. 24
Mar. 31
noon
Courtney LaFountain
(UTA)
"Fiscal Consequences of Public Corruption International Evidence" Paper
April 7
April 14
April 21
April 28
1:30 pm
Luke Froeb
(Vanderbilt U)
"Post-Merger Product Repositioning" Paper
May 5
noon
COB 138
Cagatay Koc
(UTA)
"Health Status and Moral Hazard Effects: Results on the Welfare Implications of Health Insurance" Paper

The usual location and time is Room 609 of the Business Building at 1:30 to 3:00.  Travel and related expenses for speakers from out-of-town are generously underwritten by the Kuemmerlein Fund.  To be placed on the workshop email list, contact Mike Ward at mikeward@uta.edu.  Also, contact Mike Ward at mikeward@uta.edu if you wish to present at the UTA Economics Workshop. 

last updated Mar. 27, 2006

Previous Workshop Series
Fall 2005
Spring 2005
Fall 2004