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Speaker Series

All Speaker Seminars start at 3:30 pm and end at 5:00 pm. For more information, please contact the Department of Economics at 415-422-2765 or at chayes2@usfca.edu.

Date and Location



Topic Title

Apr 23, 2015

McLaren Center, Room 251
Dr. Dario Pozzoli Copenhagen Business School, Department of Economics Ethnic Diversity and Firms' Export Behavior
Apr 16, 2015

McLaren Center, Room 250
Emilia Tjernstrom Ph.D. Candidate, Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, Davis Signals, Similarity and Seeds: Social Learning in the Presence of Imperfect Information and Heterogeneity
Apr 9, 2015

McLaren Center, Room 251
Dr. Michal Bauer Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education   Trusting Former Rebels: An Experimental Approach to Understanding Reintegration after Civil War
Mar 26, 2015

McLaren Center, Room 251
Dr. Jennifer M. Walske University of San Francisco, Faculty Director, Master in Global Entrepreneurship and Management Built to Scale: A Comparative Case Analysis – Assessing Why Some Social Enterprises Scale
Mar 12, 2015

Fromm Hall, Room 125
Dr. Laura K. Gee Tufts University, Department of Economics Do Beliefs about Peers Matter for Donation Matching? Experiments in the Field and Laboratory
Mar 5, 2015

McLaren Center, Room 251
Dr. Maria Rosales-Rueda University of California, Irvine, School of Education, Economics of Human Development Impact of Early Life Shocks on Human Capital Formation: Evidence from El Niño Floods in Ecuador
Feb 26, 2015

Zief Law Library at USF, Room 201
Michael Looft Kiva Microfunds, Asia and Europe Regional Director Microfinance on the Ground: What Works, What Doesn't, and Why
Feb 19, 2015

Zief Law Library at USF, Room 201
Dr. Helen Popper Santa Clara University, Department of Economics Return Co-Movement and Trilemma Policies
Feb 12, 2015

McLaren Center, Room 252
Dr. Julie Chytilová Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, Institute of Economic Studies Attention Discrimination: Theory and Field Experiments with Monitoring Information Acquisition