a venue for broad research themes


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  • A machine learning factor-based interpretation for the bond risk premia in U.S. | Caio Vigo Pereira | Pictures

  • Why Economists Should Learn about Shilnikov Chaos from Mathematicians and Physicists | William Barnett | Pictures

  • General Equilibrium Labor Market Model with Imperfect Competition and Search Externalities | Eungsik Kim | Pictures

  • Monotone Games: Theory and Applications | Tarun Sabarwal | Pictures

  • Field Experiments in Environmental Economics | Dietrich Earnhart | Pictures

  • Inferences for Partially Conditional Quantile Treatment Effect Models | Zongwu Cai | Pictures

  • The Rise of Team Work and Career Prospects in Academic Science | Donna Ginther | Pictures

  • Estimation and Forecasting of Heterogeneous Panel Data Models with Multiple Structural Breaks | Shahnaz Parsaeian | Pictures

  • Applications of Behavioral Models in Economics | Tsvetan Tsvetanov | University of Kansas | Pictures

  • You Bet? | Bernard Cornet | University of Kansas and Paris School of Economics | Pictures

  • Office Visits Preventing Emergency Room Visits: Evidence from the Flint Water Switch | David Slusky | University of Kansas | Pictures

  • A new interpretation of money growth targeting and the monetarist experiment | John Keating | University of Kansas | Pictures

  • General equilibrium in labor markets with imperfect competition and search externalities | Eungsik Kim | University of Kansas

  • Monotone global games | Tarun Sabarwal | University of Kansas

  • Contagion thresholds in network games: Applications | John Higgins | University of Kansas

  • Directional monotone comparative statics in Riesz spaces | Uttiya Paul | University of Kansas

  • Monetary union in a global games setting | Bozhidar Radev | University of Kansas

  • Machine learning and financial markets | Caio Vigo Pereira | University of Kansas


The Perspectives series focuses on broad research themes that may span fields within economics or across disciplines. Cutting edge research that may benefit from cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary interaction is welcome. Talks are geared toward a general research audience.

For additional information, please contact the organizer, Dr. Tarun Sabarwal