Thu 5 Gustaf Bruze, Århus School of Business and Social Sciences: "The Dynamics of Marriage and Divorce"
Thu 12 Swati Dhingra, London School of Economics: "Monopolistic Competition and Optimum Product Diversity under Firm Heterogeneity"
Thu 19 Karin Edmark, IFN: "Sweden's School Choice Reform and Equality of Opportunity"
Wed 25 PhD Defense, Mathias Ekström (SU): "Cues, Conformity, and Choice Architecture"
Thu 26 Lena Hensvik, IFAU: ”Mismatch of Talent? Match Quality, Job Mobility and Wages among New Hires”
Thu 3 Nava Ashraf, Harvard Business School: "Do-gooders and Doctors: Evidence on Selection and Performance of Health Workers"
Mon 7 Ellen McGrattan, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis: "On Financing Retirement with an Aging Population"
Tue 8 PhD Defense, Pedro Soares Brinca (SU): "Essays in Quantitative Macroeconomics"
Tue 15 Johanna Wallenius, Stockholm School of Economics: "Retirement, Home Production adn labor Supply Elasticities"
Thu 17 PhD Defense, Eric Sjöberg (SU): "Essays on Environmental Regulation, Management and Conflict"
Thu 24 Eva Mörk, Uppsala University: "Tax Setting and Electoral Accountability with Policy-Motivated Politicians"
Tue 29 Sebastian Buhai: "Firm downsizing, public policy, and the age structure of employment adjustments"
Tue 5 Linnea Wickström Östervall, Stockholm University: "The effect of reminders on the demand and supply of antibiotics prescriptions"
Thu 7 Erik Lindqvist, Stockholm School of Economics: "The Effect of Wealth on Household Labor Supply: Evidence from Swedish Lotteries" (with David Cesarini, Matt Notowidigdo and Robert Östling)
Tue 12 Pedro Brinca, Stockholm University: "Distortions in the Neoclassical Growth Model: A Cross-Country Analysis"
Thu 14 Oskar Nordström Skans, IFAU: "Social Networks, Employee Selection and Labor Market Outcomes"
Tue 19 Alex Schmitt, Stockholm University: "Dealing With Distortions: First-best vs. Optimal Carbon Taxation"
Thu 21 Peter Karadi, European Central Bank: "Monetary Policy Surprises, Credit Costs and Economic Activity"
Tue 26 Paola Montero Ledezma, Stockholm University: "Social networks, commuting and (un)employment rates"
Thu 28 Heather Royer, University of California Santa Barbara: “The Impact of Education on Fertility: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from the UK”
Tue 3  Wei Xiao, Stockholm University: "Rural-Urban Migration in Developing Countries: Labor Market Institutions and Policies"
Thu 5 Kathryn Shaw, Stanford Graduate School of Business: "Serial Entrepreneurship: Extent and Success"
Fri 6 PhD Defense, Mark Sanctuary (SU): "Essays on trade and environment"
Thu 12 Claus Thustrup Kreiner, University of Copenhagen: "Distributional Effects of Bequest: Evidence from Danish Wealth Records"
Tue 17 Kiflu Molla, Stockholm University: "Exporters' Reactions to Movements in Exchange Rate: Firm Level Evidence"
Thu 19 Milo Bianchi, Toulouse School of Economics: "Ambiguity, risk, and actual portfolio choices"