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CDS Weekly Newsletter

The Center for Decision Sciences at Columbia Business School

Welcome to the Center for Decision Sciences' Weekly Newsletter. Below you can find a list of events of interest. 

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Upcoming seminars of potential interest at Columbia

Monday, April 7

12.30-1.30, Uris 327 (Ph.D. Student Seminar)
         Andrey Ermolov
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For more information on the Ph.D. Student Seminar:
http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs-admissions/academics/divisions/finance-economics/seminars/phd
 
2.30-4.00, 1101 IAB (Economic Theory Workshop)
         Fabio Maccheroni and Simone Cerreira-Vioglio
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For more information on the Economic Theory Workshop:
http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs-admissions/academics/divisions/finance-economics/seminars/economictheory
 
Tuesday, April 8

2.15-3.45, 1101 IAB (Industrial Organization and Strategy Seminar)
         Renato Gomes (Toulouse)
         “Competitive Screening under Heterogeneous Information”
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For more information on the Industrial Organization and Strategy Seminar:
http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs-admissions/academics/divisions/finance-economics/seminars/industorg
 
4.15-5.45, 1101 IAB (Money Macro Workshop)
         Matthew Weinzierl
         “Revisiting the Classical View of Benefit-Based Taxation”
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For more information on the Money Macro Workshop:
http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs-admissions/academics/divisions/finance-economics/seminars/money
 
Wednesday, April 9
 
2.00-4.00, 1101 IAB (International Economics Workshop)
         Kim Ruhl (NYU)
         “The Aggregate Impact of Antidumping Policies”
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For more information on the International Economics Workshop:
http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs-admissions/academics/divisions/finance-economics/seminars/interecon
 
4.15-5.45, 1101 SIPA (Applied Microeconomic: Environment, Health, Labor and Public Finance Seminar)
         David Seim
         “Behavior Responses to an Annual Wealth Tax: Evidence from Sweden”
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For more information on the Applied Microeconomic: Environment, Health, Labor and Public Finance Seminar:
http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs-admissions/academics/divisions/finance-economics/seminars/appliedmicro
 
Thursday, April 10

2.15-3.45, Uris 330 (Finance Seminar)
         Mark Garmaise (UCLA)
         “Does More Information Lead to More Financing? Local Information Shocks and Bank Credit”
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For more information on the Finance Seminar:
http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/programs-admissions/academics/divisions/finance-economics/seminars/finance
 

Upcoming seminars of potential interest at NYU
 
Tuesday, April 8

12.30-2.00, 6 Washington Place Room 551 (Social Psychology Brown Bags)
         Billy Brady and Crystal Clarke (NYU)
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For more information on the Social Psychology Brown Bags Seminar:
http://www.psych.nyu.edu/events/colloquia.html#social
 

Web Link of the Week:
 
“Spite is Good. Spite Works”
After decades of focusing on aggressiveness, selfishness, narcissism and greed, scientists have turned their attention to the subtler theme of spite.