2019 Conference on Structural Microeconomics

June 6-7, 2019

Location: Yale School of Management 
Evans Hall, 165 Whitney Ave., Room 2400

[Hotel Map - Building Map]

Organizer: John Eric Humphries, Costas Meghir, and Cormac O’Dea

*Presenter

Thursday, June 6
8:00am to 9:10am

Registration and Breakfast

9:10am to 10:00am Peter Arcidiacono* (Duke University), Attila Gyetvai (Duke University), Ekaterina Jardim (Amazon.com), Arnaud Maurel (Duke University), “Conditional Choice Probability Estimation of Continuous-Time Job Search Models”
10:00am to 10:20am

Coffee Break

10:20am to 11:10am Peter Bergman (Columbia University), Eric Chaun (Babson College), Adam Kapor* (Princeton University), “Housing Search Frictions: Evidence from Detailed Search Data and a Field Experiment”
11:10am to 11:30am

Coffee Break

11:30am to 12:20pm Daniel Waldinger* (New York University), “Targeting In-Kind Transfers Through Market Design: A Revealed Preference Analysis of Public Housing Allocation” [Abstract]
12:20pm to 1:30pm

Lunch

1:30pm to 2:20pm Rafael Dix-Carneiro* (Duke University), Pinelopi Goldberg (Yale University), Costas Meghir (Yale University), Gabiel Ulyssea (University of Oxford), “Trade and Informality in the Presence of Labor Market Frictions and Regulations”
2:20pm to 2:40pm

Coffee Break

2:40pm to 3:30pm Matteo Bobba* (Toulouse School of Economics), Luca Flabbi (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Santiago Levy (Inter-American Development Bank), Mauricio Tejada (Universidad Alberto Hurtado), “Labor Market Search, Informality, and On-The-Job Human Capital Accumulation”
3:30pm to 3:50pm

Coffee Break

3:50pm to 4:40pm Ellora Derenoncourt* (Harvard University), Claire Montialoux (Center for Research in Economics and Statistics), “Minimum Wages and Racial Inequality”
4:40pm to 5:30pm David Berger (Northwestern University), Kyle Herkenhoff* (University of Minnesota), Simon Mongey (University of Chicago), “Labor Market Power”
6:45pm to 9:00pm

Dinner - TBA

Friday, June 7
8:30am to 9:20am

Breakfast

9:20am to 10:10am Amanda Kowalski* (University of Michigan - Ann Arbor), “A Model of a Randomized Experiment with an Application to the PROWESS Clinical Trial”
10:10am to 10:30am

Coffee Break

10:30am to 11:20am Gizem Kosar* (Federal Reserve Board), Ayşegül Şahin (University of Texas at Austin), Basit Zafar (Arizona State University), “The Work-Leisure Tradeoff: Identifying the Heterogeneity”
11:20am to 11:40am

Coffee Break

11:40am to 12:30pm Matin O'Connell* (Institute for Fiscal Studies), Kate Smith (Institute for Fiscal Studies), “Corrective tax design in oligopoly: taxing sugar sweetened beverages”
12:30pm to 1:40pm

Lunch

1:40pm to 2:30pm Yizhou Jin* (Harvard University), Shoshana Vasserman (Harvard University), “Buying Data from Consumers The Impact of Monitoring Programs in U.S. Auto Insurance” [Abstract]
2:30pm to 2:50pm

Coffee Break

2:50pm to 3:40pm Bryan Bollinger (Duke University), Kenneth Gillingham* (Yale University), “Learning-by-Doing in Solar Photovoltaic Installations”
3:40pm to 4:00pm

Coffee Break

4:00pm to 4:50pm George-Levi Gayle* (Washington University in St. Louis), Limor Golan (Washington University in St. Louis), Mehmet A. Soytas (Ozyegin University), “What is the Source of the Intergenerational Correlation in Earnings?”

Participants

Daisuke Adachi
(Yale University)
Gizem Kosar
(Federal Reserve Bank of New York)
Mohit Agrawal
(Yale University)
Amanda Kowalski
(University of Michigan - Ann Arbor)
Naoki Aizawa
(University of Wisconsin - Madison)
Soonwoo Kwon
(Yale University)
Joseph Altonji
(Yale University)
Louise Laage
(Yale University)
Julian Aramburu
(Yale University)
Jaewon Lee
(Yale University)
Peter Arcidiacono
(Duke University)
Chen Li
(Baruch College)
Jaime Arellano-Bover
(Stanford University)
Corinne Low
(The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania)
Nathan Barker
(Yale University)
Alexander MacKay
(Harvard University)
Zachary Barnett-Howell
(Yale University)
Maurizio Mazzocco
(UCLA)
Marianne Bernatzky Koehli
(Yale University)
Costas Meghir
(Yale University)
Steven Berry
(Yale University)
Nirav Mehta
(University of Western Ontario)
Barbara Biasi
(Yale University)
Robert Miller
(Carnegie Mellon University)
Matteo Bobba
(Toulouse School of Economics)
Corina Mommaerts
(University of Wisconsin - Madison)
Bryan Bollinger
(Duke University)
Daniela Morar
(Yale University)
Robin Burgess
(London School of Economics and Political Science)
Julie Holland Mortimer
(Boston College)
Paula Calvo
(Yale University)
Giuseppe Moscarini
(Yale University)
Pedro Carneiro
(University College London)
Derek Neal
(University of Chicago)
Judith Chevalier
(Yale University)
Christopher Neilson
(Princeton University)
Andrew Ching
(Johns Hopkins University)
Martin O'Connell
(Institute for Fiscal Studies)
Gaurav Chiplunkar
(Yale University)
Cormac O'Dea
(Yale University)
Lucas Conwell
(Yale University)
Vitor Possebom
(Yale University)
Ellora Derenoncourt
(Princeton University)
Jeff Qiu
(Yale University)
Rafael Dix-Carneiro
(Duke University)
Ana Reynoso
(University of Michigan - Ann Arbor)
Florian Ederer
(Yale University)
Seth Richards-Shubik
(Lehigh University)
Lucas Finamor
(Yale University)
Masayuki Sawada
(Yale University)
George-Levi Gayle
(Washington University in St. Louis)
Katja Seim
(University of Pennsylvania)
John Geanakoplos
(Yale University)
Andrew Shephard
(University of Pennsylvania)
Kenneth Gillingham
(Yale University)
Soumitra Shukla
(Yale University)
Michael Gilraine
(New York University)
Sourav Sinha
(Yale University)
Jesse Gregory
(University of Wisconsin - Madison)
Nicholas Snashall-Woodhams
(Yale University)
Dong Woo Hahm
(Columbia University)
Oscar Soler
(Yale University)
Phil Haile
(Yale University)
Suk Joon Son
(Yale University)
Jonathan Hawkins-Pierot
(Yale University)
Jaehee Song
(Yale University)
Yinghua He
(Rice University)
Steven Stern
(State University of New York at Stony Brook)
Kyle Herkenhoff
(University of Minnesota)
Chris Taber
(University of Wisconsin - Madison)
Brent Hickman
(Queen's University)
Pietro Tebaldi
(University of Chicago)
Andres Hincapie
(University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Mauricio Tejada
(Universidad Alberto Hurtado)
John Eric Humphries
(Yale University)
Sharon Traiberman
(New York University)
Yujung Hwang
(Yale University)
Yen Tran
(Yale University)
Alessandro Iaria
(University of Bristol)
Wilbert van der Klaauw
(Federal Reserve Bank of New York)
Yizhou Jin
(University of California, Berkeley)
Alessandra Voena
(University of Chicago)
Karam Kang
(Carnegie Mellon University)
Katherine Wagner
(Yale University)
Adam Kapor
(Princeton University)
Daniel Waldinger
(New York University)
John Kennan
(University of Wisconsin - Madison)
Yuzhou Wang
(Yale University)
Donghyuk Kim
(Yale University)
Pengpeng Xiao
(Yale University)
Al Klevorick
(Yale University)
Ge Zhang
(Yale University)
Samuel Kortum
(Yale University)
Jin Zhou
(University of Chicago)

Conference Frequently Asked Questions



Yale provides visitors two Wi-Fi network options:

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The conference will be held at the Yale School of Management (SOM), Evans Hall located at 165 Whitney Ave and is about a 15 minute walk from the Omni Hotel. The easiest route to SOM from the Omni Hotel is to go north on Temple St. which merges into Whitney Avenue. SOM will be on the right side of the street across from the Peabody Museum (see map below).


For travel expense reimbursement for the 2019 Cowles GE Conference, please send the following items by Friday, May 17, 2019.

For travel expense reimbursement for the 2019 Cowles Summer Conferences, please send the following items by Friday, September 6, 2019.

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Darlene Smith
Event & Visitor Assistant Administrator
Cowles Foundation at Yale University
30 Hillhouse Avenue
P.O. Box 208281
New Haven, CT 06520

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Contacts


The conference sessions are held on the second floor in Evans Hall at the Yale School of Management. Restrooms can be found on the perimeter of the building along the sides and back of the building.

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The Cowles Foundation is located in the heart of Yale’s campus at 30 Hillhouse Avenue.  Use theYale online campus map to help find your way around.


If you need assistance with an Omni Hotel room reservation, please contact Alyson Perri, Convention Services Manager, Omni Hotels.


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You can also report a crime or send an anonymous text tip through our Bulldog Mobile (LiveSafe) app. (To register for Bulldog Mobile please visit the Yale LiveSafe page)

For addtional emergency information, visit the Yale Emergency Management website.


Yes, a shuttle bus will be arranged to drive between the hotel and conference location. Typically, an announcement will be sent out from Darlene Smith the day before with additional information.