CHEPS faculty and students

Seminar Series

Spring 2022 Schedule

Thursdays, 3:30PM - 4:45PM in the Finch Conference Room (AL 660) or via Zoom at https://sdsu.zoom.us/j/ 89032117494.

Steve Mello February 10 - “Fairness versus deterrence: Evidence from speeding enforcement”

Steve Mello
Dartmouth University
Due to data use agreements, video available upon request.

Caitlin Myers February 24 - “Cooling off or burdened? The effects of mandatory waiting periods on abortions and births”

Caitlin Myers
Middlebury College
Due to data use agreements, video available upon request.

Richard Patterson March 3 - “Army Service in the All-Volunteer Era”

Richard Patterson
Brigham Young University
Due to data use agreements, video available upon request.

 

Kevin Shih March 10 - “The Demand-Side of the H-1B Visa Process: Examining firm behavior”

Kevin Shih
CUNY Queens College
Due to data use agreements, this session was not recorded.

 

Stephen Trejo April 7 - “Historical Roots of Educational Disadvantage and Progress for Mexican Americans”

Stephen Trejo
University of Texas, Austin



Marcella Alsan April 14 - “Diversity and Legitimacy: Evidence from Clinical Trials”

Marcella Alsan
Harvard University



Scott Imberman

April 21 - “The Effect of Vaccine Mandates on Disease Spread and Economic Outcomes: Evidence from College COVID-19 Mandates”

Scott Imberman
Michigan State University

 

Neeraj SoodCancelled April 28 - “Direct and Spillover Effects of Limiting Minority Student Access to Special Education”

Neeraj Sood
University of Southern California


The Spring 2022 series is supported in part by the SDSU Student Success Fee.

Seminar Archives

Co-Sponsored with the SDSU School of Public Health

Joseph J. Sabia

August 19: "Do State Tobacco 21 Laws Work?"

Joseph J. Sabia
CHEPS, San Diego State University

David Powell

August 26: "The Labor Supply Consequences of the Opioid Crisis"

David Powell
RAND Corporation

Amanda Agan

October 14: "Misdemeanor Prosecution"

Amanda Agan
Rutgers University

 

Kosali Simon

November 4: "How Do People Value Covid-19 Risks? Evidence From Contingent Valuation Experiments"

Kosali Simon
Indiana University

 

Bree Lang

December 2: "The Effect of Participation Incentives on Student Evaluations of Teaching"

Bree Lang
University of California, Riverside

 

Co-Sponsored with the SDSU School of Public Health

Analisa Packham

January 28: “The Blessing of Leisure or the Curse of Unemployment? Effects of Unemployment Insurance Duration on Health”

Analisa Packham
Vanderbilt University

Claudia Persico

February 4: “Can Pollution Cause Poverty? The Effects of Pollution on Educational, Health and Economic Outcomes”

Claudia Persico
American University

Lauren Hoehn-Velasco

February 11: “Full Practice Authority for Certified Nurse-Midwives: Healthcare Utilization and Patient Safety”

Lauren Hoehn-Velasco
Georgia State University

Andrew Goodman-Bacon

February 18: “(Cash) Welfare Under (American) Federalism”

Andrew Goodman-Bacon
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis

Anita Mukherjee

February 25: “Abandoned Retirement Savings”

Anita Mukherjee
University of Wisconsin - Madison

Chloe East

March 4: “Multi-generational Impacts of Childhood Access to the Safety Net: Early Life Exposure to Medicaid & the Next Generation's Health”

Chloe East
University of Colorado - Denver

Dennis Guignet

March 11: “Hazardous Waste and Home Values”

Dennis Guignet
Appalachian State University

Viviane Sanfelice

March 18: “The Effect of Firearm Seizure on Criminal Activity”

Viviane Sanfelice
Temple University

Aaron Chalfin

March 25: “Police Force Size and Civilian Race”

Aaron Chalfin
University of Pennsylvania

Richard Burkhauser

April 1: “Inside Trump's CEA: Evaluating LBJ's War on Poverty”

Richard Burkhauser
University of Texas - Austin

Briana Ballis

April 8: “Does Peer Motivation Impact Educational Investments? Evidence From DACA”

Briana Ballis
University of California - Merced

Damon Clark

April 22: “What Do Families Want from Schools? Evidence from Real Choices and a Survey of Choosers”

Damon Clark
University of California - Irvine

Jacob Vigdor

April 29: “The Price of Protection: Landlord-Tenant Regulations and the Decline in Rental Affordability, 1960-2017”

Jacob Vigdor
University of Washington

Glen Waddell

May 6: “Can the Saliency of Race Mitigate Gaps in Disciplinary Outcomes? Evidence from School Fights”

Glen Waddell
University of Oregon

Co-Sponsored with the SDSU School of Public Health

Marianne Bitler

August 27: “Marriage Markets and Family Formation: The Role of the Vietnam Draft”

Marianne Bitler
University of California-Davis

Justin Gallagher

September 3: “Weathering an Unexpected Financial Shock: Cash Grants, Household Finance & Business Survival”

Justin Gallagher
Montana State University

Emily Owens

September 10: “How Valuable are Civil Liberties? Evidence from Gang Injunctions and Housing prices in Southern California”

Emily Owens
University of California-Irvine

Leah Lakdawala

September 17: “The Dynamic Impact of Internet Access on Student Learning”

Leah Lakdawala
Wake Forest University

Joshua Gottlieb

September 24: “The Rise of Healthcare Jobs”

Joshua Gottlieb
University of Chicago

Mark Anderson

October 1: “Hospital Desegregation and Infant Mortality in the South”

Mark Anderson
Montana State University

Heather Royer

October 15: “Is Parental Leave Costly for Firms and Coworkers?”

Heather Royer
University of California-Santa Barbara

Valerie Bostwick

October 22: “Driving, Dropouts, and Drive-throughs: Mobility Restrictions and Teen Outcomes”

Valerie Bostwick
Kansas State University

Mark Hoekstra

October 29: “Does Race Matter for Police Use of Force? Evidence from 911 Calls”

Mark Hoekstra
Texas A&M University

Christopher Ruhm

November 5: “Mortality Trends Across Education Quartiles”

Christopher Ruhm
University of Virginia

Terra McKinnish

November 19: “Male Wage Inequality and Characteristics of “Early Mover” Marriages”

Terra McKinnish
University of Colorado Boulder

Michael Lovenheim

December 3: “Covid-19 and Vaping”

Michael Lovenheim
Cornell University

Manisha Shah

December 10: “Including Males: Improving Sexual and Reproductive Health for Female Adolescents”

Manisha Shah
University of California-Los Angeles

 

January 30, 2020: "E-Cigarette Taxes, Smoking Among Pregnant Women, and Birth Outcomes"

Michael Pesko
Georgia State University

October 10, 2019: "Prenatal Substance Use Laws & Foster Care Admission"

Christine Durrance
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill


December 5, 2019: "Effects of the Colorectal Cancer Control Program"

Christopher Carpenter
Vanderbilt University

January 24, 2019: "Algorithmic Risk Assessment Tools in the Hands of Humans"

Jennifer Doleac
Texas A&M University

May 2, 2019: "Driving Curfews and Teen Labor Market Outcomes"

Melinda Pitts
Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta

January 25, 2018: "You Can Never Be Too Rich But You Can Be Too Thin: Wage Outcomes in a Developing Country"

Inas Kelly
Queens College of the City University of New York (CUNY), CUNY Graduate Center & NBER

March 15, 2018: "The Impact of War Deployments on Economic Transitions of Veterans: New Evidence from Administrative Data"

Joseph J. Sabia
San Diego State University, University of New Hampshire & IZA

May 3, 2018: "The Minimum Wage, Fringe Benefits, and Worker Welfare"

Jeffrey Clemens
University of California, San Diego