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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. Martin SCHNEIDER (Stanford University) Credit lines, bank deposits or CBDC? Competition & efficiency in modern payment systems 2021/10/7 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
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) TBC 2021/10/12 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Dr. Simon MAYER (University of Chicago) Money Creation in Decentralized Finance: A Dynamic Model of Stablecoin and Crypto Shadow Banking 2021/10/15 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Amanda FRIEDENBERG (University of Arizona) TBC 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. 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) TBC 2021/11/2 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Michael OSTROVSKY (Stanford University) TBC 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) TBC 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
Prof. Georg NÖLDEKE (University of Basel) TBC 2021/11/23 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30
Prof. Peter BUISSERET (Harvard University) TBC 2021/11/24 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Maria GOLTSMAN (Western University) TBC 2021/11/30 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Prof. Doron RAVID (University of Chicago) TBC 2022/2/8 HKBU
Micro
9:00-10:30
Dr. Michael Junho LEE (Federal Reserve Bank of New York) TBC 2022/2/10 HKBU
Digital Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Laura VELDKAMP (Columbia University) TBC 2022/2/17 HKBU
Macro
9:00-10:30
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. Vincent ANESI (Université du Luxembourg) TBC 2022/3/16 HKBU
Political Economy
4:00-5:30
Prof. Pierre YARED (Columbia University) TBC 2022/3/30 HKBU
Political Economy
9:00-10:30
Prof. Antonio PENTA (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) TBC 2022/4/26 HKBU
Micro
4:00-5:30

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