Seminars

Spring 2022 Schedule

March 25, 10:00am (Central Standard Time)
Patrick Canning from Economic Research Service at USDA: Resource Requirements of Food Demand in the United States: Current and Healthy Diets

April 1, 2:00pm (Central Standard Time)
Michael Roberts at University of Hawaii at Manoa: Real Time Pricing and the Cost of Renewable Power

April 8, 10:00am (Central Standard Time)
Felix Pretis at University of Victoria: Attributing agnostically-detected large reductions in road CO2 emissions to policy mixes

April 15, 10:00am (Central Standard Time)
Yilan Xu at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Social Learning about Climate Change Risk

April 22, 11:00am (Central Standard Time)
Esteban Rossi-Hansberg at University of Chicago: The Economic Geography of Global Warming

May 6, 10:00am (Central Standard Time)
Bruno Conte at University of Bologna: Climate Change and Migration: the case of Africa

Fall 2021 Schedule

September 10, 12:00pm (Central Standard Time)
John Reilly at Massachusetts Institute of Technology: How Agriculture Can Be Part of the Climate Solution

September 24, 10:00am (Central Standard Time)
Nelson Villoria at Kansas State University: Lack of Ambition, Not Leakage, is What Can Make Brazil’s Soybean Supply-Side Deforestation Initiatives Ineffective

October 15, 10:00am (Central Standard Time)
Atul Jain from Atmospheric Sciences at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Quantifying Food-Related Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions

October 22, 10:00am (Central Standard Time)
Ishan Nath at Princeton University: Climate Change, The Food Problem, and the Challenge of Adaptation through Sectoral Reallocation

November 5, 10:00am (Central Standard Time)
Ryan Sriver from Atmospheric Sciences at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Global Climate Change and Fine Scale Impacts

November 19, 10:00am (Central Standard Time)
Christophe Gouel at INRAE: The Impact of Global Warming on Agriculture: A General Equilibrium Perspective on Supply-Side Approaches

December 3, 10:00am (Central Standard Time)
Ariel Ortiz-Bobea at Cornell University: The Historical and Future Impacts of Climate Change on US Agricultural Productivity

December 17, 12:00pm (Central Standard Time)
Joseph Shapiro at University of California, Berkeley: Regulating Untaxable Externalities: Are Vehicle Air Pollution Standards Effective and Efficient?

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