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NTU - Baptist Joint Online Seminar

2022 Summer 2022 Spring 2021 Fall 2021 Summer 2021 Spring 2020 Fall 2020 Spring

2022 Summer
演講者  主題 日期   連結 時間
Prof. Nick NETZER (University of Zurich) Happy Times: Identification from Ordered Response Data 2022/6/21 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Dr. Katrin ASSENMACHER (European Central Bank) CBDC and business cycle dynamics in a New Monetarist New Keynesian model 2022/6/23 HKBU
Macro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Cesar MARTINELLI (George Mason University) Razor-Thin Elections 2022/6/29 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Hans GERSBACH (ETH Zurich) Monetary Policy with a Central Bank Digital Currency: The Short and the Long Term 2022/6/30 HKBU
Digital Economy
4:00-5:30
Prof. Philippe JEHIEL (Paris School of Economics) Auction Design with Data-Driven Misspecifications 2022/7/5 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Prof. John MUELLER (Ohio State University) THE STUPIDITY OF WAR: AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY AND THE CASE FOR COMPLACENCY 2022/7/6 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Gabriele Gratton (University of New South Wales) Liberty, Security, and Accountability: The Rise and Fall of Illiberal Democracies 2022/7/13 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Dr. Katrin ASSENMACHER (European Central Bank) Monetary Policy and the Digital Euro 2022/7/14 HKBU
Macro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Itamar DRECHSLER (University of Pennsylvania) TBC 2022/7/22 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Matteo MAGGIORI (Stanford University) TBC 2022/7/29 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Pablo OTTONELLO (University of Michigan) TBC 2022/8/5 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Ryan Oprea (University of California, Santa Barbara) TBC 2022/8/9 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Uday RAJAN (University of Michigan) TBC 2022/8/26 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Emre OZDENOREN (London Business School) TBC 2022/8/30 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Narayana KOCHERLAKOTA (University of Rocheste) TBC 2022/9/9 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Mihaela PAPA (Tufts University) Can BRICS De-dollarize the Global Financial System? 2022/9/14 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Saki BIGIO (UCLA) A Theory of Payments-Chain Crises 2022/9/16 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Alexander HIRSCH (California Institute of Technology) TBC 2022/9/21 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Matthieu BOUVARD (Toulouse School of Economics) TBC 2022/9/22 HKBU
Digital Economy
4:00-5:30
Prof. Felipe VARAS (Duke University) TBC 2022/9/23 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Joseph WRIGHT (Pennsylvania State University) TBC 2022/9/28 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Özlem BEDRE-DEFOLIE (European School of Management and Technology) TBC 2022/9/29 HKBU
Digital Economy
4:00-5:30
Prof. Kristoffer NIMARK (Cornell University) TBC 2022/9/30 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Dr. Philip Edward KEEFER (Inter-American Development Bank) TBC 2022/10/5 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Agostino CAPPONI (Columbia University) TBC 2022/10/6 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Lucas MAESTRI (FGV EPGE) TBC 2022/10/11 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Donghwa SHIN (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill TBC 2022/10/20 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Kiminori MATSUYAMA (Northwestern University) TBC 2022/10/21 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Garance GENICOT (Georgetown University) TBC 2022/10/26 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Victoria VANASCO (Centre de Recerca en Economia International) TBC 2022/10/28 HKBU
Macro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Stefan KRASA (University of Illinois) TBC 2022/11/2 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Ricardo REIS (London School of Economics and Political Science) TBC 2022/11/11 HKBU
Macro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Daniel KRÄHMER (Universität Bonn) TBC 2022/11/22 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Kevin LANG (Boston University) TBC 2022/11/30 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30


2022 Spring
演講者  主題 日期   連結 時間
Prof. Doron RAVID (University of Chicago) Predicting Choice from Information Costs 2022/2/8 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Dr. Michael Junho LEE (Federal Reserve Bank of New York) Optimal Design of Tokenized Markets 2022/2/10 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Elliot LIPNOWSKI (Columbia University) Selling to a Group 2022/2/15 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Laura VELDKAMP (Columbia University) A Model of the Data Economy 2022/2/17 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Mehdi SHADMEHR (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) Inspiring Regime Change 2022/2/23 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Shengxing ZHANG (London School of Economics) Credit Horizons 2022/2/25 HKBU
Macro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Bruce BUENO DE MESQUITA (New York University) The Dictator's Handbook 2/e 2022/3/2 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Randall WRIGHT (University of Wisconsin-Madison) ENDOGENOUS LIQUIDITY AND CAPITAL REALLOCATION 2022/3/4 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Dr. Simon MAYER (University of Chicago) Money Creation in Decentralized Finance: A Dynamic Model of Stablecoin and Crypto Shadow Banking 2022/3/10 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Tai-Wei HU (University of Bristol) Optimal Banking and Deposit Insurance with Delegated Monitoring 2022/3/11 HKBU
Macro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Vincent ANESI (Université du Luxembourg) Screening for Consensus: Delegation with Collective Principals 2022/3/16 HKBU
Political Economy
4:00-5:30
Prof. Simone LENZU (New York University) Zombie Lending and Policy Traps 2022/3/18 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Takuro YAMASHITA (Toulouse School of Economics) A Mediator Approach to Mechanism Design with Limited Commitment 2022/3/22 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Edwin LAI (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology) One Currency, Two Markets: China's Attempt to Internationalize the Renminbi 2022/3/23 HKBU
Political Economy
4:00-5:30
Prof. Georg NÖLDEKE (University of Basel) Greed vs. Patience in a Search-and-Matching Market 2022/3/29 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Pierre YARED (Columbia University) A Theory of Fiscal Responsibility and Irresponsibility 2022/3/30 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Yeling TAN (University of Oregon) Disaggregating China, Inc.: State Strategies in the Liberal Economic Order 2022/4/6 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Hugo HOPENHAYN (UCLA) Optimal Information Disclosure and Quality Ratings 2022/4/12 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Shaoda WANG (University of Chicago) Citizen Participation and Government Accountability: National-Scale Experimental Evidence from Pollution Appeals in China 2022/4/13 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Shota Ichihashi (Bank of Canada) & Prof. Alex Smolin (Toulouse) Data Collection by an Informed Seller 2022/4/21 Monash
Micro
7:30-9:00
Prof. Antonio PENTA (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) Attitudes towards success and failure 2022/4/26 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Peter BUISSERET (Harvard University) Politics Transformed? How Ranked Choice Voting Shapes Electoral Strategies 2022/4/27 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Alexander FRANKEL (University of Chicago) Information Hierarchies 2022/5/3 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Stergios Skaperdas (UC Irvine) National Identity and Modern Economic Performance 2022/5/4 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Dr. Ousmène Jacques MANDENG (London School of Economics and Political Science) Co-Existence of Private and Official Monies 2022/5/12 HKBU
Digital Economy
4:00-5:30
Prof. Alex SMOLIN (Toulouse School of Economics) Information Payoffs: An Interim Perspective 2022/5/17 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Xu XU (Princeton University) The Unintrusive Nature of Digital Surveillance and Its Social Consequences 2022/5/18 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Juan ORTNER (Boston University) Screening Adaptive Cartels 2022/5/24 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Raymond FISMAN (Boston University) Investing in Influence: Investors, Portfolio Firms, and Political Giving 2022/5/25 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof Tai-Wei HU (University of Bristol) Voter polarization and extremism 2022/6/1 HKBU
Political Economy
/Macro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Øivind SCHØYEN (Stanford University and UiT The Arctic University of Norway) A Theory of Moral Authority: Moral Choices Under Moral Network Externality 2022/6/8 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Dr. Matteo CROSIGNANI (Federal Reserve Bank of New York) Exorbitant Privilege? Quantitative Easing and the Bond Market Subsidy of Prospective Fallen Angels 2022/6/10 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Jeanne HAGENBACH (Sciences Po) Motivated vs. Skeptical Beliefs 2022/6/14 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Alfred LEHAR (University of Calgary) Systemic Fragility in Decentralized Markets 2022/6/16 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30


2021 Fall
演講者  主題 日期   連結 時間
Prof. Jennifer PAN (Stanford University) Re-framing China: The Counter-Narrative Strategies of Chinese State Media on Twitter 2021/9/1 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Maarten VAN OORDT (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) Best Before? Expiring CBDC and Loss Recovery 2021/9/2 HKBU
Macro/ Digital Economy
4:00-5:30
Prof. Tony Ke (CUHK) Information Design of Online Platforms 2021/9/9 Monash
Digital Economy
12:00-1:30
Prof. Julien PRAT (CREST and Ecole Polytechnique) Fundamental Pricing of Utility Tokens 2021/9/9 HKBU
Digital Economy
4:00-5:30
Prof. Athanasios GEROMICHALOS (University of California, Davis) Asset Safety versus Asset Liquidity 2021/9/10 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Vasiliki SKRETA (University of Texas at Austin and University College London) Information Design by an Informed Designer 2021/9/14 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Avidit ACHARYA (Stanford University) Optimal Political Career Dynamics 2021/9/15 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Boris VALLÉE(Harvard University) FinTech Lending and Cashless Payments 2021/9/23 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Roger FARMER (University of California, Los Angeles and University of Warwick) The importance of beliefs in shaping macroeconomic outcomes 2021/9/24 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Colin STEWART (University of Toronto) Attention Please! 2021/9/28 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Julia CAGÉ (Sciences Po Paris) Small Campaign Contributions 2021/9/29 HKBU
Political Economy
4:00-5:30
Prof. Jason Roderick DONALDSON (Washington University in St. Louis) Collateral Reallocation 2021/10/8 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Laura DOVAL (Columbia University) Purchase history and product personalization 2021/10/12 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Dr. Simon MAYER (University of Chicago) Token-Based Platforms and Speculators 2021/10/15 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Amanda FRIEDENBERG (University of Arizona) Two Approaches to Iterated Reasoning in Games 2021/10/19 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Thomas RIVERA (McGill University) Economic Implications of Scaling Blockchains: Why the Consensus Protocol Matters 2021/10/21 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Martin SCHNEIDER (Stanford University) Credit lines, bank deposits or CBDC? Competition & efficiency in modern payment systems 2021/10/22 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Nicola PAVANINI (Tilburg University) The Value of "New" and "Old" Intermediation in Online Debt Crowdfunding 2021/10/28 HKBU
Digital Economy
3:00-4:30
Prof. Vincent GLODE (University of Pennsylvania) PRIVATE RENEGOTIATIONS AND GOVERNMENT INTERVENTIONS IN DEBT CHAINS 2021/10/29 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Ichiro OBARA (University of California, Los Angeles) On the Value of Information Structures in Stochastic Games 2021/11/2 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Michael OSTROVSKY (Stanford University) Choice Screen Auctions 2021/11/4 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Scott GEHLBACH (University of Chicago) A Model of Censorship, Propaganda, and Repression 2021/11/10 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Dr. Jon FROST (Bank for International Settlements) Rise of the central bank digital currencies: drivers, approaches and technologies 2021/11/11 HKBU
Macro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Francesco SQUINTANI (University of Warwick) Optimal Overspecified Contracts 2021/11/16 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Alp SIMSEK (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Monetary Policy with Opinionated Markets 2021/11/19 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30

2021 Summer
演講者  主題 日期   連結 時間
Prof. David RAHMAN (University of Minnesota) Martingales' Shadow Prices 2021/7/6 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Katya MALINOVA (McMaster University) Tokenomics: When Tokens Beat Equity 2021/7/8 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Thomas WISEMAN (University of Texas at Austin) How To Sell (or Procure) in a Sequential Auction Market 2021/7/13 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Christopher BLATTMAN (University of Chicago) Why We Fight 2021/7/14 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Utku UNVER (Boston College) Blood Allocation with Replacement Donors: A Theory of Multi-unit Exchange with Compatibility-based Preferences 2021/7/20 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Sergei GURIEV (Sciences Po) 3G INTERNET AND CONFIDENCE IN GOVERNMENT 2021/7/21 HKBU
Political Economy
4:00-5:30
Prof. Nadya MALENKO (University of Michigan) Corporate governance in the presence of active and passive delegated investment 2021/8/6 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Yi-Chun CHEN (National University of Singapore) THE WISDOM OF THE CROWD AND HIGHER-ORDER BELIEFS 2021/8/10 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Thorsten BECK (City, University of London) Liquidity Creation, Investment, and Growth 2021/8/13 HKBU
Macro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Francesco SQUINTANI (University of Warwick) Choosing Political Advisers 2021/8/25 HKBU
Political Economy
4:00-5:30

2021 Spring
演講者  主題 日期   連結 時間
Prof. Philipp STRACK (Yale University) Monotone Additive Statistics 2021/2/2 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Todd KEISTER (Rutgers University) Allocating Losses: Bail-ins, Bailouts and Bank Regulation 2021/2/5 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Erik MADSEN (New York University) Incentive Design for Talent Discovery 2021/2/9 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Todd KEISTER (Rutgers University) Should Central Banks Issue Digital Currency? 2021/2/10 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Eduardo DAVILA (Yale University) Prudential Policy with Distorted Beliefs 2021/2/19 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Siwan ANDERSON (University of British Columbia) Political Quotas and Governance 2021/2/24 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Martin URIBE (Columbia University) Does the Commodity Super Cycle Matter? 2021/2/26 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Ernst FEHR (University of Zurich) The Dynamics of Norm Formation and Decay 2021/3/2 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. Robin LEE (Harvard University) A Theory of Stock Exchange Competition and Innovation: Will the Market Fix the Market? 2021/3/4 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Yuen Yuen ANG (University of Michigan) China's Gilded Age: The Paradox of Economic Boom and Vast Corruption 2021/3/10 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Evgeny LYANDRES (Tel Aviv University) Competition and Product Quality: Fake Trading on Crypto Exchanges 2021/3/11 HKBU
Digital Economy
4:00-5:30
Prof. Vincent MAURIN (Stockholm School of Economics) Financial Fragility with Collateral Circulation 2021/3/17 HKBU
Macro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Snehal BANERJEE (University of California, San Diego) Disclosing to informed traders 2021/3/19 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Annie LIANG (Northwestern University) Data and Incentives 2021/3/23 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Christine PARLOUR (University of California, Berkeley) Decentralized Exchanges 2021/3/25 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Brian KNIGHT (Brown University) The Franchise, Policing, and Race: Evidence from Arrests Data and the Voting Rights Act 2021/3/31 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Dr. Ravi JAGADEESAN (Stanford University) Market Design for a Blockchain-Based Financial System 2021/4/1 HKBU
Digital Economy
10:00-11:30
Prof. Dirk NIEPELT (University of Bern) MONETARY POLICY WITH RESERVES AND CBDC: OPTIMALITY, EQUIVALENCE, AND POLITICS  2021/4/15 HKBU
Macro/Digital Economy
3:00-4:30
Prof. Pablo KURLAT (University of Southern California) Investment Externalities in Models of Fire Sales 2021/4/16 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Ran EILAT (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev) Bayesian Privacy 2021/4/20 HKBU
Micro
3:00-4:30
Prof. David SKEIE (University of Warwick) Digital Currency Runs 2021/4/22 HKBU
Digital Economy
4:00-5:30
Prof. Eduardo AZEVEDO (University of Pennsylvania) Taxation of high-powered entrepreneurship 2021/4/27 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Jiri CHOD (Boston College) Platform Tokenization: Financing, Governance, and Moral Hazard 2021/4/29 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Joel SOBEL (University of California, San Diego) On the Relationship Between Damage and Deception 2021/5/4 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Ronny RAZIN (London School of Economics) Misspecified Politics and the Recurrence of Populism 2021/5/5 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Briana CHANG (University of Wisconsin-Madison) Risk Concentration and Interconnectedness in OTC Markets 2021/5/14 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Jakub STEINER (CERGE-EI and University of Zurich) Endogenous Risk Attitude 2021/5/18 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Leonid KOGAN (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Economics of Proof-of-Stake Payment Systems 2021/5/20 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Yasutora Watanabe (University of Tokyo) AI, Skill, and Productivity: The Case of Taxi Drivers 2021/5/27 Monash PWD:225199
Digital Economy
1:00-2:30
Prof. Alexander CUKIERMAN (Tel Aviv University) COVID-19, Seignorage, Quantitative Easing and the Fiscal-Monetary Nexus 2021/5/28 HKBU
Macro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Boyan JOVANOVIC (New York University) Idea Diffusion and Property Right 2021/6/1 HKBU
Micro/Macro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Daniel TREISMAN (University of California, Los Angeles) Informational Autocrats  2021/6/2 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Georgy EGOROV (Northwestern University) Social Media and Xenophobia: Theory and Evidence from Russia 2021/6/9 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Andrea CANIDIO (IMT School of Advanced Studies Lucca) Cryptotokens and cryptocurrencies: the extensive margin 2021/6/10 HKBU
Digital Economy
3:00-4:30
Prof. Rafael REPULLO (Center for Monetary and Financial Studies, CEMFI) Interest Rates, Market Power and Financial Stability 2021/6/18 HKBU
Macro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Ran EILAT (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev) Collective Information Acquisition 2021/6/22 HKBU
Micro
3:00-4:30
Prof. Gerard PADRÓ i MIQUEL (Yale University) The Rise and Fall of Local Elections in China 2021/6/23 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Michael LUCA (Harvard University) Designing online reputation systems 2021/6/24 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Pedro DAL BÓ (Brown University) The Democracy Effect: a weights-based identification strategy 2021/6/30 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30

2020 Fall
演講者  主題 日期   連結 時間
Glen WEYL (Microsoft) Implications of Covid-19 for the Global Political Economy 2020/8/5 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Dr Nicole IMMORLICA (Microsoft) Incentivizing Exploration with Selective Data Disclosure 2020/8/6 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Harald UHLIG (University of Chicago) Central Bank Digital Currency: when Price and Bank Stability Collide 2020/8/11 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. David YANG (Harvard University) Data-intensive Innovation and the State: Evidence from AI Firms in China 2020/8/12 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Viral ACHARYA (New York University) When is Debt Odious? A Theory of Repression and Growth Traps 2020/9/1 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Isa´ıas N. Chaves (Northwestern University) Bargaining in Securities 2020/9/3 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Gérard ROLAND (University of California, Berkeley) THE DEEP HISTORICAL ROOTS OF MODERN CULTURE: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE 2020/9/9 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. George GEORGIADIS (Northwestern University) Optimal Feedback in Contests 2020/9/11 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Ye LI (The Ohio State University) Token-Based Platform Finance 2020/9/15 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Roger MYERSON (University of Chicago) STATE-BUILDING LESSONS FROM THE BRITISH EMPIRE 2020/9/16 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Johannes HORNER (Yale University) Too much of a good thing? The dynamics of trust and loyalty 2020/9/22 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Intro 1
Prof. Michael SCHWARZ (Microsoft) Efficient Capacity Provisioning for Firms with Multiple Locations: The Case of Public Cloud 2020/9/24 HKBU 10:00-11:30
Prof. Kfir ELIAZ (Tel Aviv University) Cheating with Models 2020/9/29 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. David Strömberg (Stockholm University) Social Media and Protests in China 2020/9/30 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. Steven CALLANDER (Stanford University) Policy Decay and Political Competition 2020/10/7 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Christoph KUZMICS (University of Graz) Limit Orders and Knightian Uncertainty 2020/10/9 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. Neil GANDAL (Tel Aviv University) An examination of the cryptocurrency pump and dump ecosystem 2020/10/15 HKBU 2:00-3:30
Prof. Shunya NODA (University of British Columbia) An Economic Analysis of Difficulty Adjustment Algorithms in Proof-of-Work Blockchain Systems 2020/10/16 HKBU 10:00-11:30
Prof. Jean-Charles ROCHET (University of Geneva and MIT) Taxing Financial Transactions 2020/10/20 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. Benjamin Hébert (Stanford University) Externalities as Arbitrage 2020/10/23 HKBU 11:00-12:30
Prof. Giorgia PIACENTINO (Columbia University) Restructuring vs Bankruptcy 2020/10/28 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Julian WRIGHT (National University of Singapore) Data-enabled learning, network effects and competitive advantage (Joint with CBADE, Monash, NTU, and RUC) 2020/10/29 Monash
(PWD 362794)
12:30~2:00
Prof. Pierre-Olivier WEILL (UCLA) Inventory, Market making, and Liquidity: Theory and Application to the corporate bond market 2020/11/3 HKBU 10:00-11:30
Prof. Michael CHOI (UC Irvine) Money Mining and Price Dynamics 2020/11/6 HKBU 12:00-13:30
Prof. Alessandro BONATTI (MIT) The Economics of Social Data 2020/11/11 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Intro 1
Prof. David SKEIE (University of Warwick) Digital Currency Runs改期至2021/4/22 2020/11/13 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. Joel MOKYR (Northwestern University) Attitudes, Aptitudes, and the Roots of the Great Enrichment 2020/11/18 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Richard HOLDEN (University of New South Wales) The ICO Paradox: Transaction Costs, Token Velocity, and Token ValueCancelled 2020/11/19 HKBU 12:30~2:00
Prof. Juuso Välimäki (Aalto University) Correlation in Contests 2020/11/24 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. Gabriel CARROLL (Stanford University) Dynamic Incentives in Incompletely Specified Environments 2020/11/26 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Andrew Rhodes (Toulouse School of Economics) Platform Design when Sellers Use Pricing Algorithms 2020/12/3 Monash
(PWD 225199)
1:00-2:30
Prof. Thomas MARIOTTI (Toulouse School of Economics) Competitive Nonlinear Pricing under Adverse Selection 2020/12/8 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. Marcel FAFCHAMPS (Stanford University) Intrahousehold Consumption Allocation and Demand for Agency: A Triple Experimental Investigation 2020/12/9 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Tat-How Teh (National University of Singapore) Platform Governance 2020/12/10 Monash
(PWD 225199)
12:30~2:00
Prof. Kailing Shen (Australian National University) Job Application Porforlios: Evidence from Chinese University Graduates 2020/12/17 HKBU 12:30~2:00
Prof. Yann KOBY (Brown University) The Reversal Interest Rate 2020/12/22 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Hulya Eraslan (Rice University) Optimal Group Testing with Heterogeneous Risks 2021/1/7 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. John GEANAKOPLOS (Yale University) General Equilibrium Outside the Edgeworth Box: Debt, Fragility, and Multiplicity 2021/1/14 HKBU 9:00-10:30


2020 Spring
演講者  主題 日期   連結 時間
Prof. Chien-Chiang WANG (NTU) Cryptocurrency, Imperfect Information, and Fraud 2020/4/15 HKBU 2:30-4:00
Dr. Russell WONG (Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond) Disintermediating the Federal Funds Market 2020/4/17 HKBU 10:30-12:00
Prof. Wooyoung LIM (HKUST) Bargaining and Time Preference: An Experimental Study 2020/4/22 HKBU 2:30-4:00
Prof. Junichiro ISHIDA (OSAKA University) Reputation Concerns in Risky Experimentation 2020/4/28 HKBU 2:30-4:00
Prof. Matthias DAHM (Univeristy of Leicester) Affirmative Action through Endogenous Set-Asides 2020/5/5 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. Ernest LAI (Lehigh University) Preferences vs. Strategic Thinking: An Investigation of the Causes of Overcommunication 2020/5/7 HKBU 10:00-11:30
Prof. Hülya ERASLAN (Rice University) Efficiency with Political Power Dynamics and Costly Policy Change 2020/5/12 HKBU 10:00-11:30
Prof. Konstantin SONIN (University of Chicago) Persuasion on Networks 2020/5/13 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Ming LI (Concordia University) Persuasion Bias in Science: An Experiment on Strategic Sample Selection 2020/5/19 HKBU 10:00-11:30
Prof. Linda SCHILLING (Ecole Polytechnique) Cryptocurrencies, Currency Competition, and the Impossible Trinity 2020/5/26 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. Peter NORMAN (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) A Search model of Statistical Discrimination 2020/5/29 HKBU 10:00-11:30
Prof. Daniel CHEN (Toulouse School of Economics) Stereotypes in High-Stakes Decisions: Evidence from U.S. Circuit Courts 2020/6/2 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Yoram HALEVY (University of Toronto) Hard-to-Interpret Signals 2020/6/5 HKBU 10:00-11:30
Prof. Jacques CREMER (Toulouse School of Economics) Migration between platforms 2020/6/9 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. Patrick FRANCOIS (University of British Columbia) A Theory of Elite-Initiated Democratization Illustrated with the Case of Myanmar 2020/6/10 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Timothy BESLEY (London School of Economics) Escaping the Climate Trap? Values, Technologies, and Politics 2020/6/17 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. Guillaume ROCHETEAU (University of California at Irvine) Bargaining under liquidity constraints: Unified strategic foundations for the Nash and Kalai solutions 2020/6/19 HKBU 10:00-11:30
Prof. Guido TABELLINI (Bocconi University) Identity, Beliefs, and Political Con‡ict 2020/6/24 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. Ming YANG (Duke University) Dynamic Contracting with Flexible Monitoring 2020/6/26 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Alexandre DE CORNIERE (Toulouse School of Economics) Data and Competition: a General Framework with Applications to Mergers, Market Structure, and Privacy Policy 2020/6/30 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Dr. Yu ZHU (Bank of Canada) Bank Market Power and Central Bank Digital Currency: Theory and Quantitative Assessment 2020/7/3 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Jiasun LI (George Mason University) Bitcoin Wash Trading 2020/7/10 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Ariel ZETLIN-JONES (Carnegie Mellon University) Getting Blockchain Incentives Right 2020/7/14 HKBU 10:00-11:30
Prof. Jacob LESHNO (University of Chicago) An Economic Analysis of the Bitcoin Payment System 2020/7/17 HKBU 9:00-10:30
Prof. Yang YAO (Peking University) Markets Price Politicians: Evidence from China's Municipal Bond Markets 2020/7/22 HKBU 4:00-5:30
Prof. Rodney Garratt (University of California, Santa Barbara) Why Fixed Costs Matter for Proof-of-Work Based Cryptocurrencies 2020/7/24 HKBU 10:00-11:30
Prof. Itay FAINMESSER (John Hopkins University) Digital Privacy 2020/7/28 HKBU 10:00-11:30
Dr. Shota ICHIHASHI (Bank of Canada) Dynamic Privacy Choices 2020/7/29 HKBU 9:00-10:30