Fall 2000

Seminars in International Economics

Fall 2000 Seminar Schedule

Friday, September 15, 2000

John Heywood, UW-Milwaukee
“Spatial Price Discrimination and Merger: The N Firm Case”

Friday, September 22, 2000

Richard Shockley, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University
“Equilibrium Anomalies”

Friday, September 29, 2000

Mohsen Bahmani-Oskooee and ABM Nasir, UW-Milwaukee
“Corruption, Law and Order, Bureaucracy and Real Exchange Rate”

Friday, October 6, 2000

Vicki Knoblauch, University of London/Purdue University
“Subgame Perfection Relaxed”

October 20, 2000

Lori Geddes, UW-Milwaukee
“The Determinants of Teams with Employee Involvement”

October 27, 2000

Rebecca Neumann, UW-Milwaukee
“The Effects of Capital Controls on International Capital Flows in the Presence of Asymmetric Information”

November 3, 2000

Markos Mamalakis, UW-Milwaukee
“Measurement of Collective and Semipublic Output in Developing Countries”

November 10, 2000

Vivian Lei, UW-Milwaukee
“Do Overconfident Traders Really Trade More Aggresively?”

November 17, 2000

Patrick Lee O’Halloran, UW-Milwaukee
“Gender Differences in the Receipt of Formal Company Training”

December 1, 2000

Jill A. Holman, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
“Government Budgetary Policies, Economic Growth and Currency Substitution in a Small Open Economy”

December 8, 2000

Christopher A. Richardson, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
“Improving the Efficiency of the Community Reinvestment Act: A Market Based Approach”