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Spring 2021 – Louis Kaplow, Lucian Bebchuk, Oliver Hart, Kathryn Spier, and Holger Spamann

Meetings will be Mondays from 12:30-2:00p.m., via Zoom


Jan. 25:            David Hirshleifer, University of California-Irvine, Social Transmission

Feb. 1:             Itay Goldstein, The Wharton School, The Real Effects of Modern Information Technologies

Feb. 8:             Nadya Malenko, University of Michigan, Corporate Governance in the Presence of Active and Passive Delegated Investment

Feb. 22:           Alma Cohen, Harvard Law School and Tel-Aviv University, Politics and Gender in the Executive Suite.

Mar. 8:            Jean Tirole, Toulouse School of Economics, The Morality of Markets and the Nature of Competition

Mar. 22:          Philip Bond, University of Washington, Silence Is Safest: Non-Disclosure When the Audience’s Preferences Are Uncertain

Apr. 12:           Patrick Bolton, Columbia Business School and Imperial College, Global Pricing of Carbon-Transition Risk

Apr. 19:           Evan K Rose, Microsoft, How Does Incarceration Affect Crime? Estimating the Dose-Response Function

For additional information, please visit the course website at: Select “Syllabus” for papers and the course schedule,  or contact Molly Eskridge (, 617-495-4635)