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Workshop Series Fall 2006

Date Presenter Topic Materials
Sept. 1 Labor Day Weekend
Sept. 8 Nina Baranchuk
(UT Dallas)
"Is There a Tradeoff Between Option Grants and All Other CEO Compensation?" Paper
Sept. 15
Sept. 22 Chris Murray
(U Houston)
"Inflation Persistence and the Taylor Rule" Paper
Sept. 29
Oct. 6 Chinhui Juhn
(U Houston)
"Did Trade Liberalization Help Women?  The Case of Mexico in the 1990s" Paper
Oct. 13
10:00
Avi Goldfarb
(U Toronto)
"Understanding the Inputs into Innovation: Do Cities Substitute for Internal Firm Resources?" Paper
Oct. 20
Oct. 27 Kiril Tochkov
(TCU)
"A Drive up the Capital Coast? Contributions to Post-Reform Chinese Growth Across Provinces" Paper
Nov. 3
Nov. 10 F. Scott Frame
(FRB Atlanta)
"Foreign Central Banks and the Market for 'Federal Agency' Debt" Paper
Nov. 17
noon
C. Y. Choi
(UT Arlington)
"What Does Inflation Targeting Mean to the Volatility of Relative Prices?" Paper
Nov. 24 Thanksgiving Weekend
Dec. 1
noon
Aaron Smallwood
(UT Arlington)
"A Non-contemporaneous Multivariate GARCH Approach to Modeling the Relationship between Export Growth and Uncertainty" Paper
Dec. 8 Last day of classes
Dec. 15 Finals Week

The usual location and time is Room 609 of the Business Building at 3:00 to 4:30.  Travel and related expenses for speakers from out-of-town are generously underwritten by the Kuemmerlein Fund.  To be placed on the workshop email list, contact Mike Ward at mikeward@uta.edu.  Also, contact Mike Ward at mikeward@uta.edu if you wish to present at the UT Arlington Economics Workshop. 

last updated August 30, 2006

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