The 3Ms Reading Group: Models, 'Metrics, and Machine Learning

Organized by Mariacristina De Nardi & Alessandra Fogli

Upcoming presentations

Past presentations

  • April 12,George-Levi Gayle (Washington University in St. Louis) "What Accounts for the Racial Gap in Time Allocation and Intergenerational Transmission of Human Capital?" with Golan and Soytas.
  • March 22, Cristian Aguillera Arellano (Minnesota) "Introduction to Neural Networks."
  • March 8, Diego Ascarza (Minnesota) "Annuity Demand Models."
  • February 22nd, Francesca Salvati (UCL) "Health Inequality, Labor Supply, and Retirement Policies"
  • February 8, Cristian Aguilera (Minnesota) "Lasso Regression."
  • January 11, Stephane Bonhomme (University of Chicago) " Income Risk Inequality. Evidence from Spanish Administrative Records, " with Arellano, De Vera, Wei, and Hospido.
  • December 14, Simona Abis (Columbia Business School) "Do Mutual Funds Keep Their Promises?"
  • December 4, Diego Daruich (USC) "The Macroeconomic Consequences of Early Childhood Investment Policies."
  • December 2, Emily Nix (USC) "Human Capital Development and Parental Investment in India," joint with Attanasio and Meghir, Review of Economic Studies, 2020.
  • November 23, Dhanajay Ghei (Minnesota) "Wage Prediction Using Machine Learning Methods."
  • October 9, Jeanne Commault (Science Po) "Why Does Consumption Fluctuate in Old age and How Should the Government Insure It?" Joint with Blundell, Borella, and De Nardi.
  • October 2, Serdar Ozkan (Toronto) "Preventive vs. Curative Medicine: A Macroeconomic Analysis of Health Care Over the Life Cycle."
  • September 30, Karen Kopecki (Atlanta Fed) "Old, Frail, and Uninsured: Accounting for Features of the U.S. Long-Term Care Insurance Market," joint with Braun and Koreshkova, Econometrica, 2019.
  • August 4, Caitlin Carroll (Minnesota) "Physician Response to Malpractice Allegations: Evidence from Florida Emergency Departments," joint with David Cutler and Anupam Jena.
  • June 30, Martin Garcia-Vasquez (Minnesota) "Collective models of the household."
  • June 23, Teodora Boneva (University of Zurich) "Socio-economic Gaps in University Enrollment: The Role of Perceived Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary Returns," joint with Christopher Rauh.
  • June 16, Andrew Goodman-Bacon (Vanderbilt) "Using Difference-in-Differences to Identify Causal Effects of COVID-19 Policies," joint with Jan Marcus.
  • June 9, Florian Oswald (Science Po) "Land use and City Expansion," joint with Nicolas Coeurdacier and Marc Teignier.
  • June 2, Michele Fornino (MIT) and Andrea Manera (MIT) "Automation and the Future of Work: Assessing the Role of Labor Flexibility."
  • May 26, Milena Almagro (NYU) "Location sorting and endogenous amenities: Evidence from Amsterdam," joint with Tomas Dominguez-Lino.
  • May 5, Jeanne Commault (Science Po) "Does consumption respond to a transitory income shock?"
  • April 14, Michela Tincani (UCL) "Incentive effects of preferential admissions under subjective beliefs" joint with Fabian Kosse and Enrico Miglino.
  • April 9, Alessandra Fogli (Minneapolis Fed) "Germs, social networks and growth," joint with Laura Veldkamp; Fabrizio Perri (Minneapolis Fed) "Social distance policies in ECON-EPI networks," joint with Marina Azzimonti, Alessandra Fogli, and Mark Ponder.
  • March 31, Jo Mullins (Minnesota) "Discrete choice models"
  • February 28, Uta Bolt (UCL) "Intergenerational altruism and transfer of time and money: a life cycle perspective," joint with Eric French, Jamie Hentall MacCuish, and Cormac O'Dea
  • February 26, Nicolo' Russo (Minnesota) "Kmeans clustering and Bonhomme, Lamadon, and Manresa, 2020."