Microeconomics Seminar Series


The Microeconomics Seminar Series is a weekly series hosted by the World Bank's research department. The series invites leading researchers in applied microeconomics from the fields of poverty, human development, agriculture, political economy, behavioral economics, private sector development, and a range of other fields to present the results of their most recent research in a seminar format.

Fall 2018 Schedule of Seminars

Sep 512:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Julien Labonne (University of Oxford)Making Policies Matter: Voter Responses to Campaign Promises
Sep 1212:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Felipe Barrera-Osorio (HGSE)Delivering Education to the Underserved through a Public-Private Partnership Program in Pakistan
Sep 1912:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Attila Ambrus (Duke)Informal Risk Sharing with Local Information
Sep 2512:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Giacomo de Giorgi (Geneva)From Farmers to Entrepreneurs
Oct 312:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Gabriel Kreindler (Chicago/ Harvard)The Welfare Effect of Road Congestion Pricing: Experimental Evidence and Equilibrium Implications 
Oct 1012:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Rachael Meager (LSE) 
Oct 1712:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Gerard Padro-i-Miguel (Yale) 
Oct 2412:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Paul Dower (Wisconsin) 
Oct 3112:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Benjamin Marx (Sciences Po) 
Nov 712:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Mark Agerton (UC Davis) 
Nov 1412:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Ted Miguel (Berkeley) 
Nov 2812:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Jessica Goldberg (UMD) 
Dec 512:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Imran Rasul (UCL) 
Dec 1012:30 - 2:00 pmMC 3-570Sean Higgins (Berkeley) 

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Last Updated: Aug 30, 2018