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Spring 2007 Seminar Series

Feb 16th:

Ariel Rubinstein, Professor, Department of Economics, Tel Aviv University and New York University

Topic: “John Nash, a Beautiful Mind, and Game Theory”

Location: Konover Auditorium

Time: 11:00am

*With support from the Departments of Agriculture Economics, Economics, Finance, Mathematics, Statistics, and CLAS

Feb 16th:

Christian Rojas, Assistant Professor, Department of Resource Economics, University of Massachusetts

Topic: “Price Competition in US Brewing”

Location: W. B. Young 335

Time: 1:00pm

Feb 23rd:

Avi Goldfarb, Assistant Professor, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

Topic: "Measuring Brand Value in an Equilibrium Framework"

Location: School of Business 226

Time: 1:00pm

*Co-sponsored with the Marketing Department

Mar 23rd:

Gary Yohe, Professor, Department of Economics, Wesleyan University

Topic: “Stern Review of the Economics of Climate Change”

Location: W. B. Young 209

Time: 1:00pm

Related Links:

Some thoughts on the damage estimates presented in the Stern Review—An Editorial

A Review of the Stern Review

On Setting Near-term Climate Policy while the Dust Begins to Settle: The Legacy of the Stern Review

The Stern Review: Implications for Climate Change

April 10th & 11th:

John Cranfield, Associate Professor Department of Food, Agricultural, and Resource Economics, University of Guelph


Date: April 10th

Topic: “Demand Estimation Workshop”

Location: W. B. Young 335

Time: 8:30am


Date: April 11th

Topic: TBD

Location: W. B. Young 209

Time: 3:00pm

April 13th:

Robert Pomeroy, Associate Professor, Department of Agriculture and Resource Economics, University of Connecticut

Topic: TBD

Location: W. B. Young 209

Time: TBD


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