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Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Economics Seminar Series Spring 2011

Posted by D. Daniel Sokol

Schedule of Speakers
Federal Trade Commission
Bureau of Economics Series
Spring 2011

Date

Speaker/Affliliation/Paper

Mar 3 Henry Schneider (Cornell)
Mar 10 Joel Waldfogel (Minnesota)
Bye, Bye, Miss American Pie? The Supply of New Recorded Music since Napster
Seminar will be held in 1800 M Street Building, Room 8089
Mar 17 Zahi Ben-David (Ohio State)
Do Financial Counseling Mandates Improve Mortgage Choice and Performance? Evidence from a Legislative Experiment
Mar 24 Allen Blackman (RFF)
Mar 31 Rachel Croson (NSF)
Seminar will be held in 1800 M Street Building, Room 8089
Apr 7 Emir Kamenica (Chicago)
Apr 14 Liran Einav (Stanford)
Apr 21 Brian Melzer (Northwestern)
Mortgage Debt Overhang: Reduced Investment by Homeowners with Negative Equity
May 5 Przemek Jeziorski (JHU)
May 12 Bob Hunt (Philadelphia Fed)
Seminar will be held in 1800 M Street Building, Room 8089

Unless otherwise noted, all seminars will take place on Thursdays at 2:30pm in the ground floor Conference Center located at 601 New Jersey Ave. NW.  No prior security clearance is necessary except for the seminars held in room 4100. Address inquiries to Loren Smith (lsmith2@ftc.gov) or Tammy John (tjohn@ftc.gov).

For seminars held in the 1800 M street building, proceed directly from the lobby of the building to the 8th floor. Security clearance is required upon arrival at the 8th floor.  Seminars in the 1800 M street building begin at 2:30pm unless otherwise noted.

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