Spring 2000

Seminars in International Economics

Spring 2000 Seminar Schedule

January 24, 2000

Selva Demiralp, UC-Davis
“The Transmission of Monetary Politics via Announcement Effects”

January 26, 2000

Chetan Subramanian, University of Southern California
“Exchange Rate Based Stabilization with Borrowing Constraints”

January 31, 2000

Tricia Coxwell, University of Tennessee
“Do Regulation and Financial Innpvations Alter the Interest Sensitivity of Residential Fixed Investment? An Empirical Investigation”

February 2, 2000

Rebecca Neumann, University of Colorado-Boulder
“International Capital Flows under Asymmetric Information and Costly Monitoring: Implications of Debt and Equity Financing”

February 4, 2000

Daniel Rich, Illinois State University
“Occupational Labor Demand and Technical Change”

February 18, 2000

Darnell Cloud, UW-Milwaukee
“Teacher Absenteeism”

February 25, 2000

Marjit Sugata, Center for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta, India
Tariff-Jumping and Joint Ventures

February 28, 2000

Vivian Lei, Purdue University
“Non-Speculative Bubbles in Experimental Asset Markets: Lack of Common Knowledge of Rationality vs. Actual Irrationality”

March 31, 2000

Kamil Tahmiscioglu, UW-Milwaukee
“Inter-temporal Variation in Financial Constraints on Investment: A Time-Varying Parameter Approach Using Pannel Data”

April 14, 2000

Peter Slone, University of Aberdeen
“Job Satisfaction: The Case of the Scottish Academic Profession”

May 2, 2000

Dale Belman, UW-Milwaukee
“The Minimum Wage: Consequences for Prices and Quantities in Low-Wage Labor Markets”