CHEPS faculty and students

Seminar Series

Fall 2022 Schedule

Thursdays, 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM in the Finch Conference Room (AL 660) or via Zoom at https://SDSU.zoom.us/j/81548195804.

Co-Sponsored with the Department of Economics

Melissa LoPalo

August 25 - Labor Economics

Melissa LoPalo
Montana State University

 

Roman Rivera

September 1 - Economics of Crime

Roman Rivera
Columbia University

 

Alessandra Fenizia

September 8 - Labor Economics

Alessandra Fenizia
George Washington University

 

Jeffrey Denning

September 22 - Education Economics

Jeffrey Denning
Brigham Young University

 

Carlos Dobkin

September 29 - Health Economics

Carlos Dobkin
University of California, Santa Cruz

 

Georg Schaur

October 6 - International Economics

Georg Schaur
University of Tennessee

 

Emily Lawler

October 13 - Health Economics

Emily Lawler
University of Georgia

 

Matthew Freedman

October 20 - Urban Economics

Matthew Freedman
University of California, Irvine

 

Desmond Ang

October 27 - Labor Economics

Desmond Ang
Harvard University

 

Jonathan Meer

November 3 - Labor Economics

Jonathan Meer
Texas A&M University

 

Michael Anderson

November 10 - Health Economics

Michael Anderson
University of California, Berkeley

 

Jonathan Cantor

December 1 - Health Economics

Jonathan Cantor
RAND Corporation

 

Lisa Gennetian

December 8 - Family Economics

Lisa Gennetian
Duke University

 

 


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

Seminar Archives

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

 

 


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

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