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Research Seminars 2021 Spring

DateTimeSpeaker/ AffiliationTopicZoom Meeting ID
1/29/211:30-2:45 pm CST

Stuart Rosenthal

Syracuse University

Are City Centers Losing Their Appeal? Commercial Real Estate, Urban Spatial Structure, and COVID-19992 5152 2816
2/5/211:30-2:45 pm CST

Raven Molloy

Federal Reserve Board

Housing Supply and Affordability: Evidence from Rents, Housing Consumption and Household Location940 4599 6836
2/12/211:30-2:45 pm CST

Ludovic Phalippou

Oxford University (Saïd)

Private Equity and Employee Welfare996 9309 2021
2/26/21

4:00-5:15 pm CST

(Rescheduled)

Greg Buchak

Stanford GSB

Why is Intermediating Houses so Difficult?

939 1070 1685

3/5/211:30-2:45 pm CST

Zheng Liu

Federal Reserve SF

A Theory of Housing Demand Shocks

958 1142 3418


3/12/211:30-2:45 pm CST

Diego Puga

CEMFI

Urban growth and its aggregate implications

975 9746 6024


3/19/211:30-2:45 pm CST

Jack Favilukis

UBC (Sauder)

Profiting from Real Estate: So Easy a Congressman can do it998 3429 0409
3/26/211:30-2:45 pm CST

Rebecca Diamond

Stanford GSB

Where is Standard of Living the Highest? Local Prices and the Geography of Consumption

945 3630 1238

4/2/211:30-2:45 pm CST

Carlos Garriga

Federal Reserve St. Louis

Amazon HQ2: A Tale of Shocks to Housing Price Expectations

958 2286 0984


4/9/211:30-2:45 pm CST

Xudong An

Federal Reserve Philadelphia

TBDTBD
4/16/211:30-2:45 pm CST

Yu Zhang

Peking University (GSM)

TBDTBD
4/23/211:30-2:45 pm CST

Stijn Van Nieuwerburgh

Columbia Business School

TBDTBD
4/30/211:30-2:45 pm CST

Rachel L. Ngai

London School of Economics

TBD

TBD


If you would like to join the seminar mailing list and access the Zoom passwords, please email our Real Estate Department Administrator, Miranda Zuo (miranda.zuo@wisc.edu) .

If you are interested in presenting in the seminar series or have other questions, please, email seminar co-organizers: Alina Arefeva (arefeva@wisc.edu) or Dayin Zhang (dayin.zhang@wisc.edu) .



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