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Seminar TitleCoordinatorsAudience*
PhD Student Seminar
Mondays 12:30-1:30pm
Arpit Gupta
Gur Huberman, 4-2888
Economic Theory Workshop
Mondays 2:30pm-4:00pm
1101 International Affairs Building
B-School Coordinator:
Marina Halac, 1-5864
GSAS Coordinator:
Qingmin Liu
Macroeconomics Lunch Group
Tuesdays 12:30-1:45 pm
306 Uris Hall
Emi Nakamura, 4-8162, Faculty and invited graduate
students only
Microeconomics Faculty Lunch
Tuesdays 12:45pm to 1:45pm
(Lunch served at 12:30)
Uris Hall
Amit Khandelwal, 4-7506Faculty only
Money-Macro Workshop
Tuesdays 4:15-5:45 pm
1101 International Affairs Building
B-School Coordinator:
Andreas Mueller, 4-028
GSAS Coordinator:
Jennifer La'O
Industrial Organization and Strategy
Tuesdays 2:15-4:00 pm
1101 International Affairs Building
B-School Coordinator:
Andrea Prat, 4-6176
GSAS Coordinator:
Kate Ho, 4-7605
International Economics Workshop
Wednesdays 2:15-3:45 pm
1101 International Affairs Building
B-School Coordinator:
Amit Khandelwal, 4-7506
GSAS Coordinator:
Jonathan Vogel, 4-9925
Applied Microeconomics: Environment,
Health,Labor and Public Finance Seminars

Wednesdays 4:15-5:45 pm
1101 International Affairs Building
B-School Coordinator:
Jonas Hjort, 4-5957
GSAS Coordinator:
Wojciech Kopczuk, 4-2519
Miguel Urquiola, 4-3769
Finance Free Lunch
Thursdays 12:30-1:30pm
331 Uris Hall
Marco Di Maggio, 1-0159
Emily Breza, 1-0171
Faculty only
Finance Seminar
Thursdays 2:15pm-3:45 pm
333 Uris Hall
Marco Di Maggio, 1-0159
Emily Breza, 1-0171

*Seminars are open to students unless otherwise specified.

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