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Fall 2017 – Louis Kaplow, Lucian Bebchuk, Oliver Hart, Holger Spamann, Kathryn Spier

Meetings will be Mondays in Hauser 105 from 12:30-2:00p.m.

Sept. 18:          Richard Holden (UNSW/Harvard), Network Capital

Sept. 25:          Glenn Ellison (MIT), The Efficiency of Race-Neutral Alternatives to Race-Based Affirmative Action: Evidence from Chicago’s Exam Schools

Oct. 2:             Hong Luo (Harvard), Tort Reform and Innovation

Oct. 16:           Jeffrey Kuhn (UNC) and Neil Thompson (MIT), The Ways We’ve been Measuring Patent Scope are Wrong: How to Measure and Draw Causal Inferences with Patent Scope

Oct. 23:           James Andreoni (UCSD), Satisfaction Guaranteed: When Moral Hazard Meets Moral Preferences

Oct. 30:           Bernard Ganglmair (UT Dallas), Installment Contracts and Material Breach

Nov. 20:          Scott Kominers (Harvard), Collusion in Markets with Syndication

Nov. 27:          Charles Wang (Harvard), Can Staggered Boards Improve Value? Evidence from the Massachusetts Natural Experiment

For those not enrolled in the seminar who need copies of a paper, please visit the course website . Select “Syllabus” for papers and the course schedule,  or contact Molly Eskridge, 617-495-4635.