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Department Seminar Schedule
Fall 2009 - Spring 2010
Unless otherwise noted, all seminars are 3:30 to 5:00 PM in 75 Agriculture Hall.
Thursday, April 8. Greg Traxler, Senior Program Officer, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. African Development and Capacity Building through the Lens of a Donor. [vitae]
CANCELED Thursday, April 1. Richard Hornbeck, MIT. Joint seminar with MSU Economics Empirical Micro Economics. "The Enduring Impact of the American Dust Bowl: Short and Long-run Adjustments to Environmental Catastrophe". [paper]
Friday, March 19. Grad Student Symposium. All day in 75 Agriculture Hall.
Thursday, March 4. Bob Myers, Michigan State University. “Maize Price Transmission in Southern Africa under Multiple Regimes and Thresholds”. [abstract]
Thursday, February 25. Randall Eberts, Upjohn Institute.
Thursday, February 4. Stephen Gasteyer, Michigan State University, Sociology. "Assessing Capacity: Community Capitals and Local Interaction with Natural Resources".
Thursday, October 15. Mark Partridge, Ohio State University. “Spatial Growth Dynamics in Wages and Housing Costs: The Role of Distances from Urban Production Externalities and Consumer Amenities”. [paper]
Thursday, October 29. Sharon O'Donnell , U.S. Census Bureau.
Friday, November 6. Stephen Salant, University of Michigan. "The Partnership Solution to the Common-Property Problem: An Experimental Test of the Theory". 3:30 pm, Koo Room of Marshall-Adams Hall (joint with economics theory seminar). [paper] [slideshow]
Wednesday, November 18. Aklesso Egbendewe-Mondzozo, Texas A&M University (candidate for position of Research Associate in Bioenergy and Agricultural Economics with Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center). "Integrated Economic-Epidemic Modeling of Avian Influenze Mitigation Options: A Case Study of an Outbreak in Texas." 1:45 pm, 75 Agriculture Hall.
Friday, November 20. Ryan Kellogg, University of Michigan. 1:30 pm, Koo Room of Marshall-Adams Hall (joint with economics empirical micro seminar).
Tuesday, November 24. Juan Pablo Sesmero, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (candidate for position of Research Associate in Bioenergy and Agricultural Economics with Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center). "Environmental Efficiency among Corn Ethanol Plants." 2:00 pm, 75 Agriculture Hall. [CV] [paper]
Thursday, January 21. Jay Shogren, University of Wyoming. [paper]