Munich Econometrics Seminar 2024

About the Seminar

The aim of the seminar is to bring together economists, econometricians and statisticians in and around Munich.

Schedule: Monday 11:00-12:00, LMU, Ludwigstr. 33, Room 245 (Old Library)

Seminar Schedule

Summer Term 2024

Date

Speaker

Title

15.04.2024
Rahul Singh
(Harvard University)
Causal Inference with Corrupted Data: Measurement Error, Missing Values, Discretization, and Differential Privacy
29.04.2024
Arnaud Maurel
(Duke University)
Identification and Estimation of Continuous-Time Job Search Models with Preference Shocks
13.05.2024
Federico Bugni
(Northwestern University)
Decomposition and Interpretation of Treatment Effects in Settings with Delayed Outcomes
14.06.2024
Ashesh Rambachan
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
tba
24.06.2024
Clement de Chaisemartin
(Sciences Po)
tba
15.07.2024
Aureo de Paula
(University College London)
Production Function Estimation Using Subjective Expectations Data 

Winter Term 2023/2024

Date

Speaker

Title

16.10.2023
Paul Diegert
(Toulouse School of Economics)
Heterogeneity, Uncertainty and Learning: Semiparametric Identification and Estimation
06.11.2023
Martin Mugnier
(Oxford University)
A Simple and Computationally Trivial Estimator for Grouped Fixed Effects Models
20.11.2023
Konrad Menzel
(New York University)
Transfer Estimates for Causal Effects Across Heterogeneous Site
27.11.2023
Guillaume Pouliot
(University of Chicago)
An Exact t-Test
11.12.2023
Frank Schorfheide
(University of Pennsylvania)
Shrinkage Estimation of Two-Way Effects with Matched Data
18.12.2023
Patrik Guggenberger
(Pennsylvania State University)
Minimax Regret Treatment Rules in Finite Samples
15.01.2024
Juan Carlos Escanciano
(Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
On the Existence and Information of Orthogonal Moments
05.02.2024
Joel Terschuur
(Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)
Locally Robust Policy Learning: Inequality, Inequality of Opportunity and Intergenerational Mobility

Summer Term 2023

Date

Speaker

Title

06.03.2023
Michal Kolesar
(Princeton University)
The Fragility of Sparsity
17.04.2023
Stephane Bonhomme
(University of Chicago)
A Neyman Orthogonalization Approach to the Incidental Parameter Problem
24.04.2023
Mikkel Solvsten
(University of Copenhagen)
Linear regression with weak exogeneity
08.05.2023
Max Kasy
(University of Oxford)
Pre-analysis plans and statistical decisions subject to implementability
22.05.2023
Xavier D'Haultfoeuille
(CREST)
Identification and Estimation of Average Marginal Effects in Fixed Effects Logit Models
05.06.2023
Isaiah Andrews
(Harvard University)
GMM is Inadmissible Under Weak Identification
19.06.2023
Giuseppe Cavaliere
(University of Bologna)
Bootstrap Inference in the Presence of Bias
17.07.2023
Christophe Gaillac
(University of Oxford)
Partially Linear Models under Data Combination

Location

Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität München

Ludwigstraße 33
Chair of Statistics and Econometrics
80539 Munich