Welcome to the Waterloo Economics PhD Conference!
The purpose of the conference is to encourage networking among current students and future UW alumni and to provide them with an opportunity to present their research and to share advice and information on navigating a PhD in Economics. This is also an opportunity for our faculty to catch up with their former students on their progress in their PhD program. The conference will take place on Friday May 25th from 9:45am to 6:00pm in DC 1301 and DC 1304.
For any questions, please contact Professor Kate Rybczynski at firstname.lastname@example.org or any members of the alumni relations committee organizing the event.
Friday May 25th, 2018
|9:45am||DC 1302||Opening Remarks||Margaret Insley|
Paper Session 1
Annie Pan (UW)
Chair: Chris Riddell
|Family Patrimony Rules and Women's Labor Supply in Quebec.
The Impacts of Age at Arrival and Basics Skills on Earnings: Do Immigration Categories Matter?
CEO tenure and index inclusion
Trends in successful resuscitation after cardiac arrest under trending misclassification error: estimating bounds for partially verified data
Max Tabord-Meehan (NorthWestern)
Chair: J-G Forand
|Stratification Trees for Adaptive Randomization in Randomized Controlled Trials|
Lunch & networking
(Meal is provided)
|1:30-3:00pm||DC 1304||Paper Session 2||
Tongtong Hao (UT)
Chair: Anindya Sen
Intra-China migration and structural transofrmation
Distributions of GDP Across Versions of the Penn World Tables: A Functional Data Analysis Approach
The Effect of a Consumption Tax on the Total Emissions in China
Chair: Phil Curry
|Panel on PhD experience|
|4:15-5:45pm||DC 1304||Paper Session 3||
Johnny Cotoc (McMaster)
Chair: Corey Van de Waal
Debts, defaults and dogma: the impact of politics on the dynamics of sovereign debt markets
Realized Tail risk and equity returns
The Effectiveness of Tutorials in Large Classes – Do They Matter?
|5:45pm||DC 1304||Closing remarks||Kate Rybczynski|
Directions and Parking
The closest lots to DC are N, X, and C. These are all Pay & Display lots and the rate is $5 per day.
Please refer to this campus map to locate parking lots.