Center for the Advanced Study in Economic Efficiency

Friday, April 5 & 6: Wage Formation: Work, Leisure, Human Capital, and the Family Conference

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friday, april 5 – computing commons rm 416

12:00p-1:00p lunch
1:00p-2:00p lance lochner university of western ontario
early and late human capital investments, borrowing constraints, and the family
2:00p-2:10p break
2:10p-3:10p yongseok shin washington university in st. louis
the option value of human capital: higher education and wage inequality
3:10p-3:20p break
3:20p-4:20p gizem kosar federal reserve bank of new york
the work-leisure tradeoff: identifying the heterogeneity
4:20p-4:30p break
4:30p-5:30p adam blandin virginia commonwealth university
hours and wages
6:45p reception/dinner: house of tricks, tempe

saturday, april 6 – computing commons rm 416

9:00a-9:30a continental breakfast
9:30a-10:30a titan alon princeton university and ucsd
trends in work and leisure: it’s a family affair
10:30a-10:40a break
10:40a-11:40p fabrizio perri university of minnesota and federal reserve bank of minneapolis
unequal growth
11:40p-11:50a break
11:50a-12:50p hubert janicki u.s. census
job ladders and growth in earnings, hours, and wages
12:50p-2:00p lunch
2:00p-3:00p mary ann bronson georgetown university
the wage growth and within-firm mobility of men and women: new evidence and theory
3:00p-3:10p break
3:10p-4:10p fatih guvenen university of minnesota
lifetime incomes in the united states over six decades
4:10p-4:20p break
4:20p-5:20p giovanni gallipoli the university of british columbia
permanent-income inequality
6:30p reception/dinner: prescott residence, paradise valley