Virtual Seminar on the Economics of Race and Identity

Moderated by Andreas FerraraAllison Shertzer, and Randy Walsh.

Organized by Andreas Ferrara, Allison Shertzer, Randy Walsh, and Ilia Murtazashvili

This seminar features research on the causal impact of race and identity on economic, political, and social well-being. The one-hour seminar includes a 35-minute presentation by the author followed by 25 minutes for questions and discussion. Virtual rooms will remain open for an additional thirty minutes should any participants want to continue the conversation beyond the one hour scheduled. Seminars take place Wednesdays unless otherwise noted. 
All seminars are open to the public.  

Date
Time
Author
Paper Title
Wed.
Sept. 16
2:00pm EST
Christian Dippel 
University of California - Los Angeles
Zoom Registration
Wed.
Sept. 23
 
2:00pm EST 
Vincent Geloso 
King’s University College

Zoom Registration 
Wed.
Sept. 30
 
2:00pm EST 
Tate Twinam 
College of William and Mary 

Zoom Registration 
Wed.
Oct. 7
 
3:00pm EST 
Samuel Bazzi
Boston University 
Zoom Registration 
Wed.
Oct. 14
 
2:00pm EST 
Bocar Ba
University of California - Irvine

Zoom Registration
 
TBD
Wed.
Oct. 21
 
2:00pm EST 
Vicky Fouka
Stanford University
Zoom Registration  
TBD 
Wed.
Oct. 28
 
2:00pm EST 
Desiree Desierto
George Mason University
Zoom Registration 
The Political Economy of Status Competition: Sumptuary Laws in Preindustrial Europe (with Mark Koyama) 
Wed.
Nov. 4
 
2:00pm EST 
TBD 
Fri.
Nov. 6
 
2:00pm EST 
Jevay Grooms
Howard University 
Zoom Registration 
TBD 
Tues.
Nov. 10
 
2:00pm EST 
Jennifer Doleac
Texas A&M University 

Zoom Registration 
TBD
Wed.
Nov. 11
 
2:00pm EST 
Suresh Naidu
Columbia University 

Zoom Registration 
TBD 
Wed.
Nov. 18
 
2:00pm EST 
Donna Feir 
University of Victoria

Zoom Registration 
TBD