Weekly Events, November 8-12, 2021

Monday, November 8

  • Politics, Culture, and Society Workshop: Walker Kahn
    12:00-1:30 pm (details)
  • Population Health Sciences Seminar: “Losing Insurance and Behavioral Healthcare: Evidence from a Large-scale Medicaid Disenrollment,” Sebastian Tello-Trillo (University of Virginia)
    12:00-1:00 pm (details)
  • Race and Ethnicity Workshop:  “Public Transit after Crisis: Austerity, Worker Strikes, and Race-Gender-Class Politics After Fiscal Crises in the Subway Systems of New York and Seoul,” Youbin Kang
    2:00-3:30 pm (details)

Tuesday, November 9

  • CDE DemSem: “Health Insurance for Whom? The ‘Spill-up’ Effects of Children’s Health Insurance on Mothers,” Sebastian Tello-Trillo (University of Virginia)
    12:15-1:30 pm (details; this session is in-person only)
  • Juli Plant Grainger Public Workshop (Economics): “Air Pollution and Economic Opportunity in the United States,” Jonathan Colmer (University of Virginia)
    3:45-5:00 pm (details)

Wednesday, November 10

  • Demography Training Seminar: “Hidden Curriculum,” Sebastian Tello-Trillo (University of Virginia)
    2:00-3:15 pm (details)
  • Statistics Seminar: “Disentangling Confounding and Nonsense Associations due to Dependence,” Elizabeth Ogburn
    11:00 am12:00 pm (details)

Thursday, November 11

  • CDHA Social Genomics Research Group: “Sex Differences in Genetic Architecture: Insights from the UK Biobank,” Elena Bernabeu (University of Edinburgh)
    10:00-11:30 am, 1328 Sterling Hall
  • Household Finance Research Seminar: “Can the Unemployed Borrow? Implications for Public Insurance,” Carter Braxton
    3:45-4:45 pm (details)
  • Juli Plant Grainger Macroeconomics Workshop (Economics): “Present Bias Amplifies the Household Balance-Sheet Channels of Macroeconomic Policy,” Benjamin Moll (London School of Economics)
    3:45-5:00 pm (details)

Friday, November 12

  • Interdisciplinary Training Program in Education Sciences: “Optimal College Financial Aid: Theory and Evidence on Free College, Early Commitment, and Merit Aid from an Eight-Year Randomized Trial,” Douglas Harris (Tulane)
    12:00-1:30 pm (details)