The two types of workshops:
- Industrial Organization
During the academic year, each workshop will meet on Mondays (IO at 10:30 am and Labor/Dev/Macro at 12:00) in 316 Lake Hall.
The key idea behind the PhD Workshops is to help PhD students as much as possible to move forward on their dissertation, to learn from each other, and from faculty, and to nurture their presentation skills.
All Ph.D. students are required to attend at least one of the two workshops each week.
In addition, PhD students in their 3rd year or higher are required to present their research each semester at either the IO or Labor/Development/Macro PhD Workshops.
During the summer, PhD workshops are typically held once a week.
Please find below the list of dates in which our PhD students will be presenting in the IO and Lavor/Dev/Macro workshops.
Spring 2023 Schedule
IO workshop (Mondays, 10:30-11:45am, Lake Hall 316)
|February 6:||Yushuo Pan|
|March 20:||David Hummel|
|March 27:||Zhehui Zheng|
|April 3:||Tomere Stern|
|April 10:||Yanli Liu|
|April 24:||Diana Li|
|May 1:||Tianyi Tao and Shenghao Peng|
Labor/Dev/Macro workshop (Mondays, 12-1:15pm, Lake Hall 316)
|February 6:||Rizwanur Rob|
|March 6:||Redina Tahaj|
|March 20:||Philip Rubin-Streit|
|March 27:||Jiacheng (Leo) Liang|
|April 3:||Zach Finn|
|April 24:||Roy Gernhardt|
All students: please remember that you should attend in person,