A. The Barnard Economics Department occasionally hosts seminars for visiting faculty. Below is a list of our most recent speakers with the titles of their talks. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom links.
|December 1, 2022||TBA||“Migration and Living Standards in the Early 20th Century Caribbean: Evidence from Dominican Residency Permits."||Craig Palsson|
|January 18, 2021||2:30-3:30pm||"The Impact of Fatal Encounters on Trust in the Police"||Matthew Harvey, University of South Carolina|
|January 11, 2021||4:10-5:10pm||"Spillover Effects of Medicare Policy on Medicaid: Evidence From Nursing Homes"||Adriana Corredor Waldron, Princeton|
|December 14, 2020||4:10-5:10pm||“Police Force Size and Civilian Race”||Morgan Williams, NYU|
|November 17, 2019||12:00-1:00pm||The Marginal Productivity of Scholarly Refereeing||Dan Hamermesh|
|October 17, 2019||4.15-5.45pm||Salary Disclosure and Hiring: Field Experimental Evidence from a Two-Sided Audit Study||Laura Gee|
B. The Columbia Economics Department has regularly scheduled seminars which you can find here: https://econ.columbia.edu/seminars-and-events/seminars/
Click the link above for the full Economic History event schedule.