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Program at a Glance


Thursday February 29, 2024
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Friday March 1, 2024
7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
8:00 AM - 9:20 AM
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
9:30 AM - 10:50 AM
11:00 AM - 12:20 PM
12:30 PM - 1:50 PM
2:00 PM - 3:20 PM
3:30 PM - 4:50 PM
5:00 PM - 5:15 PM
5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
Saturday March 2, 2024
7:30 AM - 4:00 PM
8:00 AM - 9:20 AM
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
9:30 AM - 10:50 AM
11:00 AM - 12:20 PM
12:30 PM - 1:50 PM
2:00 PM - 3:20 PM
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
3:30 PM - 4:50 PM
5:00 PM - 6:20 PM
Sunday March 3, 2024
7:30 AM - 10:00 AM
8:00 AM - 9:20 AM
9:30 AM - 10:50 AM
11:00 AM - 12:20 PM






EEA Program

196. Conference Registration
Thursday | 5:00 pm-8:00 pm | Republic Ballroom Foyer

Chair: Alexandre Olbrecht, Ramapo College
196. Conference Registration
Friday | 7:30 am-4:00 pm | Republic Ballroom Foyer

Chair: Alexandre Olbrecht, Ramapo College
3. Children and Adolescents [Organized Session [CSWEP]]
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Berkely B

Organizer: Yana Rodgers, Rutgers University
Chair: Dhaval Dave, Bentley University & NBER
  • Perceptions about children. .....Anastasiia Suvorova, Western University
  • The Effect of Emergency Contraceptive Pill Access on Teen Births and Education. .....Catherine Anne Falvey, American University
  • Can Anti-Vaping Policies Curb Drinking Externalities? Evidence from E-Cigarette Taxation and Traffic Fatalities. .....Dhaval Dave, Bentley University & NBER; Joseph J. Sabia, San Diego State University & IZA; Catherine Maclean, George Mason University; Yang Liang, San Diego State University
4. Gender and Labor Markets in Middle-Income Countries [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Arnold Arboretum

Organizer: Mieke Meurs, American University
Chair: Mieke Meurs, American University

Panelists:
  • Laura Cristina Blanco, University of Costa Rica;
  • Maria Jose Sauma Chacon, University of Costa Rica;
  • Juna Miluka, University of Tirana;
  • Otgontugs Banzragch, National University of Mongolia;
Discussants:
  • Maria del Pilar Castillo Valencia, Universidad del Valle, Costa Rica
  • Giang Juong Pham, Foreign Trade University, Vietnam
5. Labor, health, and land-use policy [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Claredon A

Organizer: Shyam Sunder Gouri Suresh, Davidson College
Chair: Siobhan O`Keefe, Davidson College
  • The Political Economy of Child Labor Regulation in North Carolina. .....Will Damron, Duke University
  • Does the Delivery of Primary Health Care Improve Birth Outcomes? Evidence from the Rollout of Community Health Centers. .....Siobhan O`Keefe, Davidson College; Esra Kose, Bucknell University; Maria Rosales-Rueda, Rutgers University
  • Land Use on the Urban Fringe. .....Samantha Rippley, University of Minnesota

Panelists:
  • Will Damron, Duke University;
  • Siobhan O`Keefe, Davidson College;
  • Samantha Rippley, University of Minnesota;
Discussants:
  • Samantha Rippley, University of Minnesota
  • Will Damron, Duke University
  • Siobhan O`Keefe, Davidson College
6. Development [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Exeter A

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Alejandro Gonzalez, Washington University - St. Louis
  • Land Dispossession, Labor Migration, and Agribusiness Dominance: Mapping the Historical Trajectory of Gujarat’s Agrarian Question. .....Aman Bardia, New School for Social Research
  • Land Allocation, Distribution and Structural Change in a Developing Economy: A Kaldorian Approach. .....Isha Gupta, University of Delhi
  • Impact of Social Infrastructure Investment on Time and Income Poverty in Mexico. .....Thomas Masterson, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College; Ajit Zacharias, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College; Frenando Rios-Avila, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College; Aashima Sinha, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
  • Law and Social Reproduction in Assam's Tea Plantations:1859-1901. .....Aritra Basu, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Panelists:
  • Aman Bardia, New School for Social Research;
  • Isha Gupta, University of Delhi;
  • Thomas Masterson, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College;
  • Aritra Basu, University of Massachusetts Amherst;
Discussants:
  • Isha Gupta, University of Delhi
  • Thomas Masterson, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College
  • Aritra Basu, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Aman Bardia, New School for Social Research
7. Macrodynamics and political economy [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Exeter B

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Luke Petach, Belmont University
  • Persistent heterogeneity in consumers' expectations about economic activity and macroeconomic dynamics. .....Wanderson Schmoeller Monteiro, Federal University of Santa Catarina; Jaylson Jair da Silveira, Federal University of Santa Catarina; Gilberto Tadeu Lima, University of São Paulo
  • Conflict Inflation, Behavioral Political Cycles and Macroeconomic Dynamics. .....Corrado Di Guilmi, University of Technology Sydney; Giorgos Galanis, Queen Mary University of London; Juan Pena, University of Bamberg; Christian Proaño, University of Bamberg
  • Endogenous political cleavages and the social dimension of climate change. .....Marwil Dávila Fernández, University of Siena; Serena Sordi, University of Siena; Christian Proaño, University of Bamberg

Panelists:
  • Gilberto Tadeu Lima, University of São Paulo;
  • Christian Proaño, University of Bamberg;
  • Marwil Dávila Fernández, University of Siena;
Discussants:
  • Christian Proaño, University of Bamberg
  • Marwil Dávila Fernández, University of Siena
  • Gilberto Tadeu Lima, University of São Paulo
8. Topics in Social Economics [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Forest Hills

Organizer: Tanadej Vechsuruck, University of Rhode Island
Chair: Tanadej Vechsuruck, University of Rhode Island
  • Safety regulation: for whom? An analysis of public comments on the 2014 Modernization of Poultry Inspection Rule. .....Bridget Diana, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • For Every Knight in Shining Armor There is a Castle Waiting to be Cleaned: The Indian Case. .....Vishal Choudhury, FLAME University (India)
  • Worker Power and Antimonopoly Revisited. .....Pascal McDougall, University of Ottawa

Panelists:
  • Bridget Diana, University of Massachusetts, Amherst;
  • Vishal Choudhury, FLAME University (India);
  • Pascal McDougall, University of Ottawa;
9. Women in Sport [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Public Garden

Organizers: Eva Marikova Leeds, Moravian University; Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists;
Chair: Eva Marikova Leeds, Moravian University
  • Are there Systemic Differences between Men's and Women's Athletic Aid in Public Division I Universities?. .....Stacey Brook, University of Central Florida
  • The Impact of Local Professional Sports Teams on Youth Sport Participation: Evidence from Women's Professional Basketball. .....Patrick Reilly, Skidmore College; Zachary Rodrigues, Union College
  • The Dobbs Decision, Gender, and Athletes' College Choices. .....Akira Motomura, Stonehill College; Todd McFall, Wake Forest University; Michael Leeds, Temple University
  • On the Cost of Wearing White Shorts in Women's Sport. .....Alex Krumer, Molde University

Panelists:
  • Stacey Brook, University of Central Florida;
  • Patrick Reilly, Skidmore College;
  • Akira Motomura, Stonehill College;
  • Alex Krumer, Molde University;
10. Concepts, Models, and Implications (URPE) [Organized Session [URPE]]
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Fairfax A

Organizer: Jacob Powell, Bucknell University
Chair: Jacob Powell, Bucknell University
  • The Phillips Curve: A Trojan Horse in the War on Labor. .....Jacob Powell, Bucknell University
  • Where Does “Bargaining Power” Come From? A Search Through Economics. .....Kyle Mohr, Bard College; Sanchit Shrivastava, Skidmore College
  • Economic Policies and Climate Change in a Financialized World: The Case of Colombia. .....Ivan Velasquez, Bucknell University

Panelists:
  • Jacob Powell, Bucknell University;
  • Kyle Mohr, Bard College;
  • Sanchit Shrivastava, Skidmore College;
  • Ivan Velasquez, Bucknell University;
11. Unpacking Economic Complexities: Student Debt, Colonial Legacies, and Evolutionary Economic Theory [Organized Session [URPE]]
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Fairfax B

Organizer: Michael R. Schmidt, University of Missouri Kansas-City

Panelists:
  • Michael R. Schmidt, University of Missouri Kansas-City ;
  • Sean Eagan, University of Missouri - Kansas City;
  • Barkin Cihanli, University of Missouri - Kansas City;
  • Seibou Ilanda, University of Missouri - Kansas City;
  • Samuel Stockman, University of Missouri - Kansas City;
12. [AERE-EEA #1] Environmental Policies I [Organized Session [AERE]]
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Riverway

Organizers: Loujaina Abdelwahed, The Cooper Union; Jimena Gonzalez-Ramirez, Manhattan College;
Chair: Loujaina Abdelwahed, The Cooper Union
  • mproving Local Governance and Environmental Outcomes: a Study of the Programa Municípios Verdes in the Brazilian Amazon. .....Nilesh Shinde, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Effect of Electric Vehicle Incentive Policies: Adoption, Travel Behaviors, and Environmental Benefits. .....YUCHENG WANG, University of Pittsburgh
Discussants:
  • YUCHENG WANG, University of Pittsburgh
  • Nilesh Shinde, University of Massachusetts Amherst
13. Natural Resource Economics and Air Pollution
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Boston Commons

Chair: Melissa Boyle, College of the Holy Cross
  • Intergenerational democracy for sustainable resource allocation. .....Jung You, California State University - East Bay
  • What Drives Drilling Up and Prices Down? A Structural Vector Autoregressive Model of US Natural Gas Markets. .....Valentin Elias Winkler, New School for Social Research
  • How Air Pollution Drives Up Traffic Accidents: A Causal Analysis from the United States. .....Afrin Islam, Temple University; Dolores Garrido, Union College
Discussants:
  • Melissa Boyle, College of the Holy Cross
  • ozgur kaya, american university of sharjah
  • Shahnawaz Rafi, Florida International University
14. Economics of Teaching
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Hampton A

Chair: Monica Galizzi, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Student-Created Podcasts as a Tool for Teaching Economics and Finance. .....Rossen Iordanov Trendafilov, St. Thomas Aquinas College; Meghan Mihal, St. Thomas Aquinas College
  • Active Learning in Principles of Economics: In Class Activities vs Project Based Learning. .....Radu Constantin Puslenghea, Missouri University Of Science and Technology; Ana Ichim, Unafiliated
  • Diversity in Economics After Going Test Optional. .....Melanie Allwine Fennell, Randolph-Macon college
  • Impact of Discussion Sessions on Students’ Learning Outcomes in an Econometrics Class. .....Ishita Dey, Boston University
Discussants:
  • Ishita Dey, Boston University
  • Melanie Allwine Fennell, Randolph-Macon college
  • Radu Constantin Puslenghea, Missouri University Of Science and Technology
  • Rossen Iordanov Trendafilov, St. Thomas Aquinas College
15. Medicine and Mental Health
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Jamaica Pond

Chair: Nancy Fox, Saint Joseph`s University
  • Medical Debt and Shmita. .....Nancy Fox, Saint Joseph`s University
  • The Effect of Affirmative Action Bans in Colleges on the Mental Health of High School Students. .....Sanket Kanekar, Alabama state university
  • Assessing the Effects of Long-COVID on Mental Health. .....Anusua Datta, Thomas Jefferson University
Discussants:
  • Nancy Fox, Saint Joseph`s University
  • Anusua Datta, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Sanket Kanekar, Alabama state university
16. On choice of jurisdiction, barriers to entry and success of international candidates on the US CPA Exam
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Olmsted

Chair: Li Li, Marist College
  • Student Persistence at a Small Public University: The Predictive Power of Student Engagement. .....Kurt Bryan von Seekamm, Salem State University; Fernando Colina, Salem State University; Zaiyong Tang, Salem State University; Dia Chatterjee, Baruch College
  • A Case Study on the Integration of Artificial Intelligence into the Accounting Curriculum. .....Elizabeth Shasha Quaye, York College, The City University of New York; Carol Huang, Western Connecticut State University; Chris Hsu, York College, The City University of New York
  • Relative performance and predictors of international candidate choice of jurisdiction on the US CPA Exam 2015-2019. .....Aida Lozada, UPR; Teresa Longobardi, University of Puerto Rico; Jose J. Cao, Lehman Collegec, City University of New York; Yuly Suarez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Discussants:
  • Elizabeth Shasha Quaye, York College, The City University of New York
  • Kurt Bryan von Seekamm, Salem State University
  • Teresa Longobardi, University of Puerto Rico
17. Issues in Labor Economics
Friday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | The Fens

Chair: Alaa Amr Badawy Abdelfattah, university of California, davis
  • Do Codes of Conduct Safeguard Labour Standards? Evidence from the Garment Industry in India. .....Shyma Jose, ICRIER
  • Stairway to the Top?: Economic and Educational Intergenerational Mobility in Mexico. .....Luis Angel Monroy Gómez Franco, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • The Effect of a Credible Shame Threat on Worker Production: Evidence from a Hack-a-Shaq Strategy in the National Basketball Association. .....Kelly Carter, Morgan State University
Discussants:
  • Alaa Amr Badawy Abdelfattah, university of California, davis
  • Logan Robert Malone, University of New Hampshire
  • Shiyi Chen, SUNY Oneonta
104. EEA Coffee Break
Friday | 9:00 am-11:00 am | Republic Ballroom Foyer B
19. Economics Education: Online Educational Tools and Student/Faculty Research Collaborations [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Arnold Arboretum

Organizer: Van Thi Hong Pham, Salem State University
Chair: Van Thi Hong Pham, Salem State University
  • The Impact of Publisher's Online Platforms on Educational Outcomes. .....Abir Bukhatwa, Worcester State University; Lingling Wang, Worcester State University
  • Integrating Collaborative Online International Learning into Introductory Economics Class.. .....Van Thi Hong Pham, Salem State University
  • Determinants of Financial Literacy of College Students.. .....Abir Bukhatwa, Worcester State University; Janice Yee, Worcester State University; Jillian Fredricksen, Worcester State University
  • The Efficacy of Online Homework Packages in Improving Academic Performance when used with Different Teaching Modalities.. .....Elizabeth Wark, Worcester State University
  • Impact of Climate Change on Child Marriage in Pakistan (WISE Distinguished Graduate Fellows Program).. .....Saleem Shat, Clark University; Abir Bukhatwa, Worcester State University
Discussants:
  • Bonnie Orcutt, Worcester State University
  • Jill Dupree, Northeastern University
20. Stock Manipulation, Entrepreneurship and Celebrities. [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Claredon A

Organizer: Elena Smirnova, SUNY Old Westbury
Chair: Elena Smirnova, SUNY Old Westbury
  • Impact of Adani-Hindenburg Event on Indian Stock Market. .....Kousik Ganguly, Indian Institute of Technology; Ajay Kumar Mishra, Indian Institute of Technology; Katarzyna Platt, SUNY Old Westbury
  • Labor Demand of Microentrepreneurs in the United States.. .....Oluwasheyi Oladipo, SUNY Old Westbury; Hyoung Suk Shim, CUNY- Staten Island
  • Entrepreneurship with celebrity immersion. .....Elena Smirnova, SUNY Old Westbury; Zhihong Shi, SUNY at Old Westbury; Shalei Simms, SUNY at Old Westbury; Christopher Castro-Andrade, SUNY - Old Westbury

Panelists:
  • Elena Smirnova, SUNY Old Westbury;
  • Katarzyna Platt, SUNY Old Westbury;
  • Oluwasheyi Oladipo, SUNY Old Westbury;
  • Hyoung Suk Shim, CUNY- Staten Island;
  • Zhihong Shi, SUNY at Old Westbury;
  • Shalei Simms, SUNY at Old Westbury;
  • Christopher Castro-Andrade, SUNY - Old Westbury;
  • Kousik Ganguly, Indian Institute of Technology;
  • Ajay Kumar Mishra, Indian Institute of Technology;
Discussants:
  • Katarzyna Platt, SUNY Old Westbury
  • Oluwasheyi Oladipo, SUNY Old Westbury
  • Elena Smirnova, SUNY Old Westbury
21. Market and industrial structures [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Exeter A

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Uneven Development with an Unlimited Supply of Labor. .....Brendan Brundage, Colorado State University
  • Expectations, authority and divergent market transitions. .....Susanne Wengle, University of Notre Dame; Daniele Girardi, University of Massachusetts - Amherst; Roberto Veneziani, Queen Mary University of London
  • Deindustrialization from the Centre perspective: US trade and manufacturing in the last two decades. .....Nikolaos Rodousakis, Centre of Planning and Economic Research (KEPE); Giuliano Toshiro Yajima, Levy Institute of Bard College; George Soklis, Panteion University

Panelists:
  • Brendan Brundage, Colorado State University;
  • Roberto Veneziani, Queen Mary University of London;
  • Giuliano Toshiro Yajima, Levy Institute of Bard College;
Discussants:
  • Roberto Veneziani, Queen Mary University of London
  • Giuliano Toshiro Yajima, Levy Institute of Bard College
  • Brendan Brundage, Colorado State University
22. Gender, Women's Empowerment and Development [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Forest Hills

Organizer: Alexandra Bernasek, Colorado State University
Chair: Saniya Jilani, Colorado State University

Panelists:
  • Sanchari Choudhury, Colorado State University;
  • Alexandra Bernasek, Colorado State University;
  • Saniya Jilani, Colorado State University;
  • Teresa Perry, California State University, San Bernardino;
23. EEJ-sponsored session on Monetary Policy [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Boston Commons

Organizers: Julie K Smith, Lafayette College; Charles Richard Higgins, Colgate University;
Chair: Julie K Smith, Lafayette College
  • Monetary policy and race differentials in labor market outcomes. .....Char Weise, Gettysburg College
  • Monetary Policy and the Nativity Earnings Gap. .....Esteban Argudo, Vassar College
  • What Explains Black Employment Dynamics?. .....Karl Boulware, Wesleyan University; Ken Kuttner, Williams College
  • A Monetarist Look at the Recent Inflation. .....Timothy Kearney, Centenary University
24. Essays in Applied Microeconomics [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Dalton A

Organizer: Eric Osborne-Christenson, Pace University
Chair: Eric Osborne-Christenson, Pace University
  • Expanding Medicaid Under the Affordable Care Act: The Effect on Maternal Mortality Rates in the United States. .....Macie Cooper, Pace University
  • Digitization and Economic Resilience in times of Financial Crisis. .....Thomas Shen, Pace University
  • Building Sustainability: How Bike Lanes Change Transportation Choices. .....Eric Osborne-Christenson, Pace University
Discussants:
  • McKenna Moore, Pace University
  • Giselle Garriga, Pace University
  • Jackie Wong, Pace University
25. Labor Economics [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Jamaica Pond

Organizer: Eric Osborne-Christenson, Pace University
Chairs: Anna Shostya, Pace University; Mary Kaltenberg, Pace University;
  • Degrees and Downturns: Investigating the Career Effects of Graduating During Economic Booms and Busts. .....Mariam Elzoghby, Pace University
  • The Impact of COVID-19 Childcare Closures on Female Labor Supply: Evidence from a Quasi-natural Experiment. .....Mary Kaltenberg, Pace University; Dhaval Dave, Bentley University & NBER; Greg Colman, Pace University
  • Does SB1070 have an effect on wages on the native population?. .....Anastasia Khanukov, Pace University
  • Challenges of Reconstruction in Ukraine: Rebuilding the Labor Force and Ensuring Progress toward Sustainable Development. .....Anna Shostya, Pace University; Brandon Diaz, Pace University; Maria Andrukhiv, Columbia University
Discussants:
  • Liam Chentoufi, Pace University
  • Thomas Shen, Pace University
  • Macie Cooper, Pace University
  • Marvin Henry, Pace University
26. Sports Economics I [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Public Garden

Organizers: Eva Marikova Leeds, Moravian University; Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists;
Chair: Patrick Reilly, Skidmore College
  • Clustering of Majors at Temple University. .....Michael Leeds, Temple University; Eva Marikova Leeds, Moravian University
  • The Relocation Effect of Major League Franchise. .....Jonas Froch, Sciences Po
  • Participation in Physical Activity and Economic Freedom: Evidence from the American Time Use Survey. .....Brad Humphreys, West Virginia University; Arijit Ray, Cleveland State University; Jane Ruseski, West Virginia University
  • Physical Decline Rates: Men versus Women. .....Ray Fair, Yale University

Panelists:
  • Michael Leeds, Temple University;
  • Jonas Froch, Sciences Po;
  • Brad Humphreys, West Virginia University;
  • Ray Fair, Yale University;
27. ANTI-CAPITALIST PEDAGOGIES AND TEACHING RADICAL ECONOMICS I [Organized Session [URPE]]
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Fairfax A

Organizer: Gary Mongiovi, St John`s University
Chair: Gary Mongiovi, St John`s University
  • Solidarity... Forever?: Teaching Labor, Race, and Policing at a Predominantly White and Emerging Hispanic Serving Institution with Games. .....Rob Haggar, colorado state university
  • Popular Education is Essential for Advancing Radical Economics. .....Francisco Perez, University of Utah
  • Bringing radical assessment into radical political economy: experiences from an ungrading experiment. .....Smita Ramnarain, University of Rhode Island
  • Teaching the social and solidarity economy in introductory economics classes with Free Money Day. .....Jacqueline Strenio, Norwich University; Kahwa Douoguih, Norwich University
28. Rate of Profit and Capitalism [Organized Session [URPE]]
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Fairfax B
  • Empirical Evidence of the Falling Rate of Profit Hypothesis Based on the Data from China and US economies. .....Junshang Liang, Nankai University; AYIXUNBATI NUERLANTAI, University of Utah
  • Exploring Near-Linearities in Price-Rate of Profit Trajectories and the Concept of Effective Rank in Input-Output Matrices. .....Lefteris Tsoulfidis, Professor
29. [AERE-EEA #2] Environmental Policies II. Session Sponsored by The Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) [Organized Session [AERE]]
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Riverway

Organizers: Loujaina Abdelwahed, The Cooper Union; Jimena Gonzalez-Ramirez, Manhattan College;
Chair: Nilesh Shinde, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • The Role of Senators’ Environmental Support on Air Emission in the U.S. Power Industry. .....Yue Gao, Clark University; Haitao Liu, Independent Researcher
  • Environmental Regulation, Energy Prices and Innovation: Empirical Evidence from Manufacturing Sectors across OECD Countries. .....Yue Yu, University of Manchester
  • Environmental Regulation under Sequential Competition. .....Pak Sing Choi, National Central University; Ana Espinola-Arredondo, Washington State University; Felix Munoz-Garcia, Washington State University
Discussants:
  • Yue Gao, Clark University
  • Ana Espinola-Arredondo, Washington State University
  • Yue Yu, University of Manchester
30. Issues in Political Economy 1: International
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Gardner

Chair: Georgia Daniel, Elon University
  • Analyzing gendered implications of land tenure security and formalization in matrilineal regions of Mozambique. .....Kathleen Jordan, Villanova University; Laura Meinzen-Dick, Villanova University
  • Local Labor Impacts of Ukrainian Migrants in Poland. .....Claire Danielle Przybocki, Elon University
  • Has the Return to Language Proficiency Decreased for Immigrants?. .....Jack Katz, State University of New York at Geneseo
  • THE IMPACT OF CHANGES IN COMMODITY PRICES ON INCOME INEQUALITY: EVIDENCE FROM STATES IN BRAZIL. .....Carlos Roberto Dias Neto, Stonehill College
  • Financial Market Inclusion for Ever-Married Women of Bangladesh. .....Allyson Porter, American University
Discussants:
  • Joshua James Ventura, Stonehill College
  • Ziyan Zhang, Smith College
  • Tayce Vasgen Shamamian, American University
  • Anastassiya Bukova, Indiana State University
  • Chase Katsuhiko Gurey, Elon University
31. International Economics
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Hampton A

Chair: Purba Mukerji, connecticut college
  • The Effects of Monetary Policy on Foreign Reserves. .....Yuanchen Bing, University of Texas at Dallas
  • Beware Excessively Successful Sanctions in Countries with Low Financial Development. .....Purba Mukerji, connecticut college; Annika Brown, Utrecht University
  • Managing Multinationals. .....Adam Hal Spencer, University of Nottingham
  • Graphical Network Analysis of Silicon Shield: Has Taiwan’s ICT Industry Shifted its Role in Global Trade?. .....Jeffrey Kuo, George Washington University
Discussants:
  • Purba Mukerji, connecticut college
  • Yuanchen Bing, University of Texas at Dallas
  • Adam Hal Spencer, University of Nottingham
  • Jeffrey Kuo, George Washington University
32. Miscellaneous Topics
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Olmsted

Chair: Prathibha Joshi , Gordon State College
  • Does Better Corporate Governance Improve Bankruptcy Outcomes? Evidence from India’s Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016. .....Chintal Desai, Virginia Commonwealth University; Ishani Tewari, Curry College
  • More about the Long-Term Effect of Aggregate Demand on Real GDP. .....Harrison Clyde Hartman, Author
  • Kids to School and Moms to Work: New York City’s Universal Pre-K Expansion and Mother’s Employment. .....Laxman Timilsina, Connecticut College
  • Are Public Transit and Docked Bikeshare Substitutes or Complements? Evidence from 31 U.S. Metropolitan Areas. .....Xinxin Cao, St. Lawrence University; Xiaoying Yang, South China Sea Development Research Institute, Ministry of Natural Resources
Discussants:
  • Harrison Clyde Hartman, Author
  • Laxman Timilsina, Connecticut College
  • Xinxin Cao, St. Lawrence University
  • Ishani Tewari, Curry College
33. Infant and Maternal Health
Friday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | The Fens

Chair: Julieth Saenz-Molina, Fordham University
  • Ozone Pollution and Infants’ Health: Evidence from the NOx Budget Trading Program. .....Nahid Tavassoli, university of wisconsin-milwaukee
  • Revealed Comparative Disadvantage of Infants: Exposure to NAFTA and Birth Outcomes. .....Hamid Noghanibehambari, Austin Peay State University
  • The Effect of Abortion Restrictions on Maternal Health Outcomes. .....Raymond Caraher, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • Infant and Maternal Health Outcomes Following Improved Substance Use Disorder Treatment for Pregnant Women. .....Emma Aurelie Bomfim, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System; Jessica LaVoice, Bowdoin College
Discussants:
  • Julieth Saenz-Molina, Fordham University
  • Hoolda Kim, Fayetteville State University
  • John Lucas Maddock, Colorado State University
  • John M. Polimeni, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
34. Economics of Education CSWEP Session I [Organized Session [CSWEP]]
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Berkely B

Organizer: Yana Rodgers, Rutgers University
Chair: Olga Churkina, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Hiring Prospects of Online Education: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment. .....Olga Churkina, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Performance Bonus or Whimper? Individual Teacher Incentive Bonuses in North Carolina Public Schools. .....Saharnaz Babaei-Balderlou, University of South Carolina ; Samuel Arthur Maloney, University of South Carolina
  • Parental Information and Investments in Children’s Human Capital: Evidence from India. .....Jalnidh Kaur, Teachers College Columbia University
  • How does providing free menstrual products in schools affect test scores: Evidence from New York. .....Farhat Chowdhury, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
35. Economics of Development, Infrastructure and Environment [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Arnold Arboretum

Organizer: Mitali Pradhan, Farmingdale State College
Chair: Mitali Pradhan, Farmingdale State College
  • Lights Out: Impact of Power Outages on Firm Performance in India. .....Mitali Pradhan, Farmingdale State College
  • Banking on Financial Development to save our Planet: A Semiparametric Analysis. .....Monica Das, Skidmore College; Sudip Basu, United Nations
  • Can feedback reduce the gender gap in giving advice?. .....Sakshi Upadhyay, Skidmore College
  • Impact of Sunshine Duration on Crime in Brazil. .....Nilesh Shinde, University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Panelists:
  • Mitali Pradhan, Farmingdale State College;
  • Monica Das, Skidmore College;
  • Sakshi Upadhyay, Skidmore College;
  • Nilesh Shinde, University of Massachusetts - Amherst;
Discussants:
  • Monica Das, Skidmore College
  • Sakshi Upadhyay, Skidmore College
  • Mitali Pradhan, Farmingdale State College
  • Nilesh Shinde, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
36. Behavioral Experiments in Social Norms and Prosocial Behavior [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Boston Commons

Organizer: Felipe A. Araujo, Lehigh University
Chair: Felipe A. Araujo, Lehigh University
  • Beliefs about gender differences in social preferences. .....Molly Moore, Harvard University; Christine Exley, University of Michigan; Oliver Hauser, University of Exeter; John-Henry Pezzuto, Harvard University
  • A field experiment on using socials norms to address the (non)payment for utility services. .....Felipe A. Araujo, Lehigh University; Nina Mazar, Boston University; David Hagmann, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Carlos Fernández-Loría, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  • Encouraging Water Conservation in a Drought: Field Experiments in Monterrey, Mexico. .....Syon Bhanot, Swarthmore College

Panelists:
  • Syon Bhanot, Swarthmore College;
  • Molly Moore, Harvard University;
  • Felipe A. Araujo, Lehigh University;
37. Climate Finance: Policy and Empirical Applications [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Claredon A

Organizer: Sharon Harrison, Barnard College
Chair: Sharon Harrison, Barnard College
  • Climate Policy with Unintended Consequences and Strategic Unawareness. .....Sharon Harrison, Barnard College; Loran Chollete, Jack Welch College of Business and Technology
  • Assessing the Volatility of Green Firms. .....Keener Hughen, Jack Welch College of Business and Technology; Loran Chollete, Jack Welch College of Business and Technology; Ching-Chih Lu, National Chengchi University; Weijia Peng, Jack Welch College of Business and Technology
  • Securing the Future: International Evidence on Climate Change Strategy and Firm Value. .....Mahfuja Malik, Jack Welch College of Business and Technology; Kathy Dhanda, Jack Welch College of Business and Technology; Huu Dong, Monash University; Md Al Mamun, La Trobe University

Panelists:
  • Sharon Harrison, Barnard College;
  • Keener Hughen, Jack Welch College of Business and Technology;
  • Mahfuja Malik, Jack Welch College of Business and Technology;
Discussants:
  • Keener Hughen, Jack Welch College of Business and Technology
  • Mahfuja Malik, Jack Welch College of Business and Technology
38. The Economic Complexity Paradigm and its global and regional applications [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Dalton A

Organizers: Gustavo de Britto Rocha, Cedeplar-UFMG; João Romero, Cedeplar;
Chair: Gilberto Tadeu Lima, University of São Paulo
  • Mapping the Sustainable Development: a network-based approach for achieving the SDGs. .....Fabrício Silveira, Fiocruz - Brazil; João Romero, Cedeplar; Elton Freitas, Universidade Federal de Sergipe; Gustavo de Britto Rocha, Cedeplar-UFMG
  • Economic Complexity and Green Technology Absorption. .....João Romero, Cedeplar; Camila Gramkov, ECLAC; Guilherme Magacho, AFD
  • Economic Complexity and Per Capita Gdp Growth: a Differences-In-Differences Analysis for Brazilian Municipalities. .....Danielle Carvalho, Cedeplar; Alexandre de Queiroz Stein, Cedeplar UFMG; Arthur Ribeiro Queiroz, Cedeplar; João Romero, Cedeplar; Ana Maria Hermeto Camilo de Oliveira, Cedeplar
  • Digital technologies, economic complexity and the occupations space in Brazil. .....Gustavo de Britto Rocha, Cedeplar-UFMG; Alexandre de Queiroz Stein, Cedeplar UFMG; Elton Freitas, Universidade Federal de Sergipe

Panelists:
  • Fabrício Silveira, Fiocruz - Brazil;
  • João Romero, Cedeplar;
  • Danielle Carvalho, Cedeplar;
  • Gustavo de Britto Rocha, Cedeplar-UFMG;
Discussant:
  • Fabio Freitas, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro;
39. Labor and bargaining models [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Exeter A

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Michalis Nikiforos, University of Geneva
  • Bargaining power and income distribution: A meso-level analysis of US Manufacturing. .....Swayamsiddha Sarangi, University of Utah
  • Assessing the ‘Political Aspects of Full Employment’: Evidence from Strikes and Lockouts. .....Luke Petach, Belmont University
  • Artificial Intelligence, Worker Wellbeing and Labor’s Bargaining Power. .....Owen Davis, Siegel Family Endowment

Panelists:
  • Swayamsiddha Sarangi, University of Utah;
  • Luke Petach, Belmont University;
  • Owen Davis, Siegel Family Endowment;
Discussants:
  • Luke Petach, Belmont University
  • Owen Davis, Siegel Family Endowment
  • Swayamsiddha Sarangi, University of Utah
40. Issues in international economics [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Exeter B

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Marwil Dávila Fernández, University of Siena
  • IMF Programs, Conditionality and Growth Forecast Errors. .....Firat Demir, University of Oklahoma; Tejas Ghirnikar, University of Oklahoma
  • A Shift in the International Monetary Architecture: New Modalities in Currency Substitution. .....Hanin Khwaja, The New School for Social Research
  • Commodity boom, export concentration and income elasticities: Evidence from Brazilian local economies. .....Vinicius Curti Cícero, Colorado State University

Panelists:
  • Firat Demir, University of Oklahoma;
  • Hanin Khwaja, The New School for Social Research;
  • Vinicius Curti Cícero, Colorado State University;
Discussants:
  • Hanin Khwaja, The New School for Social Research
  • Vinicius Curti Cícero, Colorado State University
  • Firat Demir, University of Oklahoma
41. Baseball Economics [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Olmsted

Organizers: Eva Marikova Leeds, Moravian University; Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists;
Chair: Brad Humphreys, West Virginia University
  • The Impact of Major League Baseball's Pitch Clock Implementation on Defensive Production. .....Jonathan Randolph Brown, University of North Carolina Asheville
  • Protecting Assets in Sport: Long Term Contract and Injury in Major League Baseball. .....Richard Joseph Paulsen, University of Michigan
  • Rate of Return to Competition and Performance of MLB Pitchers after Tommy John Suregery. .....Iuliia Chikish, SUNY Purchase; Brad Humphreys, West Virginia University
  • The Peculiar Economics of Minor League Baseball. .....Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists; Joshua Congdon-Hohman, College of the Holly Cross

Panelists:
  • Jonathan Randolph Brown, University of North Carolina Asheville;
  • Richard Joseph Paulsen, University of Michigan;
  • Iuliia Chikish, SUNY Purchase;
  • Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists;
Discussants:
  • Qi Ge, Vassar College
  • Iuliia Chikish, SUNY Purchase
  • Jonathan Randolph Brown, University of North Carolina Asheville
  • Richard Joseph Paulsen, University of Michigan
42. ANTI-CAPITALIST PEDAGOGIES AND TEACHING RADICAL ECONOMICS II [Organized Session [URPE]]
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Fairfax A

Organizer: Gary Mongiovi, St John`s University
Chair: Jacqueline Strenio, Norwich University
  • Teaching the Labour Theory of Value: Physical and mental health in the workplace. .....Julia Chukwuma, The Open University, UK; Kevin Deane, THe Open University
  • Teaching technological unemployment through role play: "Rage Against the Machine: Technology, Rebellion and the Industrial Revolution.". .....Richard McIntyre, University of Rhode Island
  • “There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact”: Piercing the Smokescreen of Mainstream Microeconomics in the Classroom. .....Gary Mongiovi, St John`s University
  • Teaching Radical Political Economy via Positive, Paradigmatic, Problem-Based Pluralism. .....Geoff Scheider, Bucknell University
43. Financial Institutions and their impact on Global Political Economy [Organized Session [URPE]]
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Fairfax B

Organizer: ANN Elizabeth Davis, marist college
Chair: ANN Elizabeth Davis, marist college

Panelists:
  • gerald epstein, University of Massachusetts - Amherst;
  • Ramaa vasudevan, Colorado State University;
  • ANN Elizabeth Davis, marist college;
  • Brandon James Istenes, Levy Institute for Economics;
Discussant:
  • nathan tankus, independent scholar;
44. [AERE-EEA #3] Climate Change Policies. Session Sponsored by The Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) [Organized Session [AERE]]
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Riverway

Organizers: Loujaina Abdelwahed, The Cooper Union; Jimena Gonzalez-Ramirez, Manhattan College;
Chair: Hui Zhou, University of Rhode Island, Department of Environmental and Natural Resources Economics
  • The Impacts of Unilateral Carbon Border Adjustments among Heterogeneous Countries. .....Dana Ghandour, Concordia University
  • Pigou's Advice and Sisyphus' Warning: Carbon Pricing with Non-Permanent Carbon Dioxide Removal. .....Max Franks, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research; Matthias Kalkuhl, Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC); Friedemann Gruner, Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change (MCC); Kai Lessmann, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research; Ottmar Edenhofer, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
  • Energy Efficiency Dynamics and Climate Policy. .....Gregory Casey, Williams College; Yang Gao, UCSB; Jason Jones, Furman University
Discussants:
  • Yang Gao, UCSB
  • Dana Ghandour, Concordia University
  • Max Franks, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
45. Behavioral and Corporate Finance
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Forest Hills

Chair: Vikas Soni, University of South Florida
  • Financial Literacy among Autistic Adults. .....Monica Galizzi, University of Massachusetts Lowell; Ashleigh Hillier, University of Massachusetts Lowell; David Schena II, Eastern Illinois University
  • Does Institutional Investors' Ambiguity Preference Change with Market Tides?. .....Aram Balagyozyan, The University of Scranton; Pedro Monteiro, the University of Scranton; Zhihong Shi, SUNY at Old Westbury
  • Share Repurchases and Household Wealth. .....Christophe Van Langenhove, Ghent University
  • Behavioral Finance: Filling the Gaps in Traditional Investment Theory. .....Kaitlyn Kruszewski, University of Scanton; John Ruddy, University of Scranton
Discussants:
  • Monica Galizzi, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Aziz Akgül, Turkish Foundation for Waste Reduction
  • Siobhan McAlister, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Vikas Soni, University of South Florida
  • Ralph Sonenshine, American University
46. Issues in Political Economy 2: Macroeconomic Topics
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Gardner

Chair: Claire Danielle Przybocki, Elon University
  • Impact of Economic Performance in the United States on Residents Desire to Save Using Macroeconomic Data. .....Joshua James Ventura, Stonehill College
  • To What Extent did China’s Fixed Exchange Rate Policy Affect U.S. Economic Recovery from the Great Recession?. .....Ziyan Zhang, Smith College
  • Subnational Determinants of Inward Foreign Direct Investment in the United States: Institutional and Economic Factors. .....Tayce Vasgen Shamamian, American University
  • Cuban socialist policies and US relations: Analysis of impacts on development. .....Anastassiya Bukova, Indiana State University
  • Defense & Innovation: The Effect of Military Spending on Innovation within OECD Countries. .....Chase Katsuhiko Gurey, Elon University
  • The Catalysts of Prosperity: An Exploration of the Impact of Financial Deepening on Economic Growth in Nepal. .....Rehann Silvanus, College of Wooster
Discussants:
  • Emma Elizabeth Douvier-Koch, Minnesota State University Moorhead
  • Anna Vassallo, Elon University
  • Allison Goegel, Quinnipiac University
  • Georgia Daniel, Elon University
  • Sosina Gebremichael, American University
  • Campbell Joseph Lomel, Furman University
47. Safety, Innovation, and Progress
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Hampton A

Chair: EDUARDO LEDERMAN RAWET, American University
  • “Long-term impact of different types of technical progress on labor productivity in American, European and Asian countries”. .....Fernando Barreiro-Pereira, Spanish University for Distance Education; Touria Abdelkader Benmesaud-Conde, Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia
  • Product Safety Standards and Technological Innovation: Evidence from the 1968 Radiation Control. .....Yiyu Xing, Auburn University
  • Late Industrialization Processes Under Analysis: A Comparison Between South Korea and Brazil from the Perspective of Effective Protection. .....Victor Carvalho da Costa, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
  • Joint estimation of labor and product market power: A theoretical exposition and empirical evidence from the Indian manufacturing sector. .....Manya Budhiraja, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Discussants:
  • EDUARDO LEDERMAN RAWET, American University
  • Arwa Khaled Althobaitit, southern illinois university
48. Financial Institutions and the Federal Reserve
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Jamaica Pond

Chair: Michael D. Boldin, Lehigh University
  • Credit Bureaus, Democracy, and Financial Stability. .....Mohamed Sami Ben Ali, Qatar University
  • Is It Time to Change the Fed's Objectives for Monetary Policy ?. .....Michael D. Boldin, Lehigh University
  • Federal Reserve Monetary Policy and Wealth Inequality: An instrumental-local projections approach. .....Aaron Medlin, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • The role of treasure play in Fed's large-scale asset purchase programs (LSAP). .....Yunxiao Zhang, Peking University
49. Topics in Heterdox Economics I
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Public Garden

Organizers: Mattias Vernengo, Bucknell University; Esteban Pérez Caldentey, ECLAC;
Chair: Mattias Vernengo, Bucknell University
  • Modelling Green Transition of the Chinese Economy under a Stock Flow Consistent Model. .....David An, University of Siena
  • A Prototype empirical Stock-Flow Consistent Input-Output Ecological model of the Italian economy. .....Giuliano Toshiro Yajima, Levy Institute of Bard College
  • A financially driven business cycle for Latin America and the Caribbean. .....Esteban Pérez Caldentey, ECLAC
  • Bridging the gap between stock-flow consistent models, input-output analysis and environmental accounts: an empirical application to the case Colombia. .....Sebastian Valdecantos, Aalborg University Business School
50. Physician and Healthcare Services: Supply and Demand
Friday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | The Fens

Chair: Adam Biener, Lafayette College
  • Local Effects of Clinical Trials on Physician Prescribing. .....Pinka Chatterji, University at Albany SUNY; Chun-Yu Ho, University at Albany SUNY; Yiran Han, University at Albany SUNY
  • On The Demand For Tele-Mental Health Services: Evidence From The COVID-19 Pandemic. .....Cole Hartman, Union College; Zachary Rodriguez, Union College
  • Economic consequences of nursing home closures. .....Pinka Chatterji, University at Albany SUNY; Hyeonwoo Do, SUNY at Albany; Chun-Yu Ho, University at Albany SUNY
Discussants:
  • Chandrayee Chatterjee, Southwestern University
  • Pinka Chatterji, University at Albany SUNY
  • Adam Biener, Lafayette College
  • Sadia Farzana, Northwestern University
51. Issues in Political Economy 3: Mental Health and Behavior
Friday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Gardner

Chair: Sarah Margaret Mirrow, Elon University
  • The Economics of Mental Health. .....Emma Elizabeth Douvier-Koch, Minnesota State University Moorhead
  • Adolescents Experiences of Sexual Abuse and Depression: Their Impact on Income Rates. .....Anna Vassallo, Elon University
  • Analyzing Determinants of Happiness. .....Allison Goegel, Quinnipiac University
  • Economic Consequences of Alcohol: A Micro-Level Analysis on Personal Wages in the U.S. .....Georgia Daniel, Elon University
  • Divine Divides and Economic Differentials: Investigating the Impact of Religious Affiliation and Participation on Gender and Wage Disparities in American Society. .....Sosina Gebremichael, American University
Discussants:
  • Claire Danielle Przybocki, Elon University
  • Kathleen Jordan, Villanova University
  • Jack Katz, State University of New York at Geneseo
  • Allyson Porter, American University
  • Carlos Roberto Dias Neto, Stonehill College
52. How to get published: A discussion with Journal Editors
Friday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Republic Ballroom

Organizers: Roberto Veneziani, Queen Mary University of London; Alexandre Olbrecht, Ramapo College;
Chair: Ed Petkus, Jr., Ramapo College of NJ

Panelists:
  • Roberto Veneziani, Queen Mary University of London;
  • Alexandre Olbrecht, Ramapo College;
  • Bart Lipman, Boston University;
  • Allan Zebedee, Clarkson University;
  • Jane Ruseski, West Virginia University;
  • Brad Humphreys, West Virginia University;
  • Jonathan Gruber, Massachusetts Institute of Technology;
53. Economics of Education CSWEP Session II [Organized Session [CSWEP]]
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Berkely B

Organizer: Yana Rodgers, Rutgers University
Chair: Florence Bouvet , Sonoma state university
  • Standardized-Tests-Optional Admissions Policies and Their Impacts on Colleges’ Retention Rates. .....Florence Bouvet , Sonoma state university ; Alyson Ma, University of San Diego; Jason Campbell, University of San Diego; Steven Sumner, University of San Diego
  • Stagnating State Funding for Higher Education and its Effect on Faculty at US Universities. .....Senan Hogan-Hennessy, Cornell University
  • A, B, or C? Question Format and the Gender Gap in Financial Literacy. .....Maddalena Davoli, University of Zurich
54. Health Economics & Policy Studies: Disparities and Unintended Effects [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Arnold Arboretum

Organizer: Joseph J. Sabia, San Diego State University & IZA
Chair: Joseph J. Sabia, San Diego State University & IZA
  • The Effect of ENDS Taxes on Substance Use. .....Dhaval Dave, Bentley University & NBER; Yang Liang, San Diego State University; Catherine Maclean, George Mason University; Caterina Muratori, San Diego State University; Joseph J. Sabia, San Diego State University & IZA
  • Do Recreational Marijuana Laws Reduce Racial Disparities? Evidence from Criminal Arrests, Psychological Health, and Mortality. .....Zach Fone, US Air Force Academy; Gokhan Kumpas, CSU-LA; Joseph J. Sabia, San Diego State University & IZA
  • How joining the public sector affects entrepreneurship? Causal evidence from Brazil. .....Thiago de Lucena Coelho, San Diego State University
  • The Multidimensional Nature of Women's Power: Measurement and Prediction. .....Rossella Calvi, Rice University; Sugat Chaturvedi, University of Sussex; Jacob Gordon Penglase, San Diego State University

Panelists:
  • Dhaval Dave, Bentley University & NBER;
  • Gokhan Kumpas, CSU-LA;
  • Thiago de Lucena Coelho, San Diego State University;
  • Jacob Gordon Penglase, San Diego State University;
Discussants:
  • Gokhan Kumpas, CSU-LA
  • Jacob Gordon Penglase, San Diego State University
  • Joseph J. Sabia, San Diego State University & IZA
  • Thiago de Lucena Coelho, San Diego State University
55. Monopsony 1: Bargaining and Rent Sharing [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Boston Commons

Organizers: Kate Bahn, Urban Institute; Martin Friedrich, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Elke Jahn, Universität Bayreuth; Michael Oberfichtner, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Martin Popp, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Todd Andrew Sorensen, University of California, Merced;
Chair: Martin Friedrich, IAB Institute for Employment Research
  • Intangible Assets and Rent Appropriation. .....Eric Bartelsman, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; Sabien Dobbelaere, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; Alessandro Zona Mattioli, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  • When do Firms Profit from Wage Setting Power? Dynamic Monopsony vs. Concentration. .....Justin Bloesch, Cornell University; Birthe Larsen, Copenhagen Business School
  • Trends in Worker Bargaining Power. .....Paolo Mengano, Harvard University
  • Trade Openness and Informal Employment: The Moderating role of Monopsonistic Power. .....Jorge Elías Dávalos Chacón, Universidad del Pacífico; Diana Torres, Innovations for Poverty Action
56. Small open economies development [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Dalton A

Organizer: Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan, St. John`s University
Chair: Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan, St. John`s University
  • A Gender-Conscious Approach to Tech Sectors in Small Post-Socialist Open Economies. .....Noor Lima Boudakian, New School for Social Research
  • The impact of inequality, redistribution, and natural resource rents on gross national income in transition economies. .....Matthew Colantonio, Boston College
  • From Prosperity to Crisis: Tracing Lebanon's Economic Journey and Navigating the Road to Revival. .....Samar Issa, Saint Peter's University
  • The hard search for a sustainable economic development model in the small post-socialist economies. .....Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan, St. John`s University

Panelists:
  • Aleksandr V. Gevorkyan, St. John`s University;
  • Samar Issa, Saint Peter's University;
  • Noor Lima Boudakian, New School for Social Research;
  • Matthew Colantonio, Boston College;
57. Market power and technological change [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Exeter A

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Oriol Vallès Codina, Leeds University Business School
  • Intangible assets, market power, and the international orientation of U.S. corporations.. .....Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Joao Paulo de Souza, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • The Rise of Merger and Acquisitions in the US: Consequences for Investment, Market Concentration, and Markups - Conceptualization and a macroeconomic approach with firm-level data. .....Ayoze Alfageme, University of Geneva
  • Relatedness Beyond Borders: pathways to technological diversification using international patent data. .....Calebe Piacentini, Insper; Gustavo de Britto Rocha, Cedeplar-UFMG; Leonardo Ribeiro, Cederplar-UFMG

Panelists:
  • Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston;
  • Joao Paulo de Souza, University of Massachusetts Boston;
  • Ayoze Alfageme, University of Geneva;
  • Gustavo de Britto Rocha, Cedeplar-UFMG;
Discussants:
  • Ayoze Alfageme, University of Geneva
  • Gustavo de Britto Rocha, Cedeplar-UFMG
  • Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston
58. Sraffian and other production models [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Exeter B

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Joao Paulo de Souza, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • On Sraffian Indeterminacy of the Walras-von Neumann Equilibrium in Economies with Joint Production. .....Naoki Yoshihara, University of Massachusetts - Amherst; Se Ho Kwak, Smith College
  • The identification of the constraints in the productive structure behind the near-linearity in the empirical wage-profit curves. .....Mattias Carrasco, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Jacobo Ferrer, The New School for Social Research; Luis Daniel Torres-González, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
  • Endogenous Evolution of Preferences and Complex Economic Dynamics -- The Use of a Dynamic Meta-network Analysis. .....Tato Khundadze, The New School

Panelists:
  • Se Ho Kwak, Smith College;
  • Luis Daniel Torres-González, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México;
  • Tato Khundadze, The New School;
Discussants:
  • Luis Daniel Torres-González, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
  • Tato Khundadze, The New School
  • Se Ho Kwak, Smith College
59. National Association of Forensic Economics I [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Public Garden

Organizer: Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists
Chair: Marc Weinstein, Team Economics
  • Appraising Auditor Error in Medicaid Audits. .....Armando Rodriguez, University of New Haven; Kristin Kucsma, Sobel Tinari Economics Group
  • Case within a Case and its Alternatives. .....Craig Allen, Legal Malpractice Litigation
Discussants:
  • Marc Weinstein, Team Economics
  • Steven Shapiro, Analytic Resources
60. The Political Economy of the University [Organized Session [URPE]]
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Fairfax A

Chair: Al Campbell, University of Utah
  • College Students Capabilities Approach. .....Laurence O`Connell, CUNY / New School
  • The Nature and Location of Undergraduate Heterodox Economics Course Offerings in U.S. Colleges. .....Hamid Azari-Rad, State University of New York at New Paltz
  • An Unequal Equalization: A peek into the first age of globalization and rates of profit. .....Kabeer Bora, University of Utah
61. [AERE-EEA #4] Environmental Policies & Trade. Session Sponsored by The Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) [Organized Session [AERE]]
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Riverway

Organizers: Loujaina Abdelwahed, The Cooper Union; Jimena Gonzalez-Ramirez, Manhattan College;
Chair: Dana Ghandour, Concordia University
  • Strategic delegation in bilateral environmental agreements under heterogeneity. .....Qian Li, Faculty of Economics, Nagoya University
  • Restricting Trade for the Environment? Evidence from Import Restrictions on Used Vehicles in China. .....Hui Zhou, University of Rhode Island, Department of Environmental and Natural Resources Economics
  • When Growth Stumbles, Pollute? Trade War and Environmental Enforcement. .....Xinming Du, Columbia University; Lei Li, University of Mannheim
  • Why Is Trading So Important in Cap and Trade? The Roles of Economies of Scale and Productivity. .....Phuong Ho, University of Western Ontario
Discussants:
  • Phuong Ho, University of Western Ontario
  • Qian Li, Faculty of Economics, Nagoya University
  • Hui Zhou, University of Rhode Island, Department of Environmental and Natural Resources Economics
  • Xinming Du, Columbia University
62. Latin America Economics: First of Three Sessions sponsored by the Young Scholars Initiative/Institute of New Economic Thinking.
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Berkely A

Organizer: Sylvio Kappes, Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil.
Chair: Sylvio Kappes, Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil.
  • An empirical analysis of the relationship between real wage appreciation and inflation in Brazil. .....Tainari Taioka, University of São Paulo, Brazil.
  • Real Effective Exchange Rate Shocks and Job Quality by Gender in Latin America. .....Debora Machado Nunes, Colorado State University
  • Aging, Development, and Cooperation: Perspectives and Challenges for Latin America and the Caribbean - 2025-2050. .....Darlan Barbosa de Almeida, University of Guadalajara, Mexico
63. Economic Growth vs. The Environment
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Forest Hills

Chair: Manuel David Cruz, Boston University
  • Environmental Degradation and Economic Growth: A Case for OECD Countries. .....Prathibha Joshi , Gordon State College; Kris Beck, Gordon State College
  • Halting Global Warming, an Economic Approach. .....Stephen Bannister, University of Utah
  • Considerations for a Sustainable Development in Paraguay. .....Marcelo Echague Pastore, Indiana State University
Discussants:
  • Manuel David Cruz, Boston University
  • Nachiket Thakkar, Alabama A&M University
  • Khwlah Saud Almutair, University of Massachusetts- Amherst
64. Issues in Political Economy 4: Education
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Gardner

Chair: Anna Vassallo, Elon University
  • Do Charter Schools Improve Your Child’s Education? Taking a Deeper Look into Connecticut’s Education System.. .....Vanessa Paige Reineke, Quinnipiac University
  • Clinic Closures and High School Dropouts: How Access to Abortion Impacts Female Educational Attainment in Texas. .....Sarah Margaret Mirrow, Elon University; Steven Bednar, Elon University
  • NYC Community Schools and Student Crime Incidents. .....Parunjodhi Munisamy, Smith College
  • Unequal School Spending and Income Inequality in the United States. .....Ethan David Kaiser, Hartwick College
Discussants:
  • Daniel Joseph Elmore, Lenoir-Rhyne University
  • Victoria Jean Balfe, Hartwick College
  • Fawwaaz Ademola Abdulazeez, Northern Kentucky University
  • Joshua Richmond Hutson, Furman University
65. Determinants of saving, investment and risk taking
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Hampton A

Chair: George P Gonpu, Ramapo College of New Jersey
  • The Bailout Incentive on Risk-taking Behavior in Banks. .....Khai Zhi Sim, stonehill College
  • How Do Evolving Common Ownership Motives Shape Capital Investment?. .....Michael James Carter, Lafayette College
  • Remembering the Other Effect of Saving on Output. .....Stephen Kirk Elwood, James Madison University
  • Short- and Long-Term Determinants of US Personal Saving: An Empirical Study and Policy Implications. .....Ning Jia, University of Hartford; Lillian Kamal, University of Hartford; Bharat Kolluri, University of Hartford
Discussants:
  • ILKER KAYA, American University of Sharjah
  • Ayushi Singh, A2F Consulting
  • George P Gonpu, Ramapo College of New Jersey
  • Bayarmaa Dalkhjav, University of New Hampshire
66. Student Debt and School Spending
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Jamaica Pond

Chair: Robert Millard, Stony Brook University
  • Estimating the Cost Function of Public Schools in Utah: Implications for Equity and Adequacy in School Spending. .....Michael Mamo, Westminster University
  • Hispanic-Serving Institutions and College Persistence, Completion Rates, and Student Debt: Does Money Matter?. .....Yunwei Gai, Babson College; LI FENG, Texas State University - San Marcos; Yao-Yu Chin, Texas State University - San Marcos; Lynn MacDonald, St. Cloud State University
  • Simulating Student Loans in the Indian Context. .....Karthik Manickam, The New School
  • Test-Optional Admissions and Student Debt. .....Sean E Mulholland, Western Carolina University; Alexia Thompson, Choice Logistics
Discussants:
  • Robert Millard, Stony Brook University
  • Aysun Hiziroglu Aygun, University of Minnesota
  • Hannah Beth Sheldon, Clark University
  • Lackson Daniel Mudenda, Colby College
67. Microeconomics: Economics of Marijuana and Terrorism
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Olmsted

Chair: Sandipa Bhattacharjee, Ramapo College of New Jersey
  • Fatal crashes and marijuana legalization. .....George Kalchev, Lake Superior State University
  • Sex Ratio and Terrorist Group Survival. .....Javed Younas, American University of Sharjah
  • Recreational Marijuana Taxation and Interstate Substitution. .....Jeffrey Robert Wheble, American University
Discussants:
  • Sandipa Bhattacharjee, Ramapo College of New Jersey
  • Amanda Marie Spielman, Bryant University
  • Hermine Vedogbeton, WPI
68. Impact of Social, Political, and Economic Factors on Health and Wellbeing
Friday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | The Fens

Chair: Priniti Panday, Roger Williams University
  • What Determines Subjective Well-Being of Older Adults? The Roles of Social, Political, and Economic Factors Across Countries. .....Hoolda Kim, Fayetteville State University; Baeyong Lee, Fayetteville State University
  • Socioeconomic Gradient in Intimate Partner Violence: Evidence from Latin America. .....Julieth Saenz-Molina, Fordham University
  • Preventative Policy Measures to Homelessness: Evidence from the 2020 CARES Act. .....John Lucas Maddock, Colorado State University
  • Connections Between Poverty, Living Space, Education, and Health. .....John M. Polimeni, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; Raluca Iorgulescu, Institute For Economic Forecasting - NIER Romanian Academy
Discussants:
  • Priniti Panday, Roger Williams University
  • Jinghan Kou, Fordham University
  • Allison Shwachman Kaminaga, Bryant University
69. Industrial Organization/Business Economics [Organized Session [CSWEP]]
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Berkely B

Organizer: Yana Rodgers, Rutgers University
Chair: Amy Min Zhang, The Pennsylvania State University
  • The Impact of Local Bank Failures on Team Persistence in R&D. .....Chun-Yu Ho, University at Albany SUNY; Gerald Marschke, University at Albany, SUNY; Kyoungah Noh, University at Albany, SUNY
  • Human Capital and Firm's Innovation Direction. .....Xizhao Wang, Northwestern University
  • Carbon Pricing and Green Finance in Clean Transition. .....Amy Min Zhang, The Pennsylvania State University
70. Integration of Career Competencies in the Classroom [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Arnold Arboretum

Organizer: Natalia V. Smirnova, University of Connecticut
Chair: Natalia V. Smirnova, University of Connecticut
  • Integrating Career Readiness into Introductory Economics Courses. .....Natalia V. Smirnova, University of Connecticut; Svetlana Kalnova, University of Connecticut; Mary H Lesser, Lenoir-Rhyne University
  • Introducing Feedback Models in Economics Curriculum. .....Oleg Pavlov, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
  • Engaging Alumni in the Economics Classroom. .....Kristin Jones, Hartwick College
  • Career Readiness Benefits of A Group Project in Intermediate Macroeconomics. .....Roisin Ellen O`Sullivan, Smith College
Discussants:
  • Oluwasheyi Oladipo, SUNY Old Westbury
  • Elena Smirnova, SUNY Old Westbury
  • Katarzyna Platt, SUNY Old Westbury
  • Joan Nix, CUNY - Queens College
71. Monopsony 2: Institutions [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Boston Commons

Organizers: Kate Bahn, Urban Institute; Martin Friedrich, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Elke Jahn, Universität Bayreuth; Michael Oberfichtner, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Martin Popp, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Todd Andrew Sorensen, University of California, Merced;
Chair: Todd Andrew Sorensen, University of California, Merced
  • How Do Firms Respond to Unions?. .....Samuel Dodini, FAIR Centre, Dept of Economics, (NHH) Norwegian School of Economics; Anna Stansbury, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Alexander Willén, Norwegian School of Economics (NHH)
  • Optimal labor procurement under minimum wages and monopsony power. .....Simon Loertscher, University of Melbourne; Ellen Muir, Harvard University
  • Minimum Wage Effects and Monopsony Explanations. .....Justin Wiltshire, University of Victoria; Carl McPherson, University of California - Berkeley; Michael Reich, University of California - Berkeley
72. Supermultiplier supersession [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Exeter A

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Luis Daniel Torres-González, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
  • Austerity ‘works’ until it doesn’t: Two tales of the US economy from a Supermultiplier perspective. .....Fernando Ligiéro, Ministry of Public Management and Innovation in Public Services; Fabio Freitas, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Esther Dweck, Ministry of Public Management and Innovation in Public Services and Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
  • Supermultiplier Models, Demand Stagnation, and Monetary Policy: Inevitable March to the Lower Bound for Interest Rates?. .....Steve Fazzari, Washington University - St. Louis
  • Firms' debt regimes under alternative capital account closures in a Supermultiplier model. .....Lídia Brochier, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Italo Pedrosa, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Panelists:
  • Fabio Freitas, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro;
  • Steve Fazzari, Washington University - St. Louis;
  • Lídia Brochier, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro;
Discussants:
  • Steve Fazzari, Washington University - St. Louis
  • Lídia Brochier, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
  • Fabio Freitas, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
73. Environmental finance [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Exeter B

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Hasan Comert, Trinity College
  • The ‘Great Green Finance Gap’ between Developing and Developed countries: Evidence from region-wise differential pricing of Sovereign Green Bonds. .....Vedanshi Nevatia, Colorado State University
  • Environmentalism without class struggle is just gardening’: Ecological applications of the Ricardian growth model. .....Oriol Vallès Codina, Leeds University Business School
  • Climateflation and monetary policy in an environmental OLG model. .....Marwil Dávila Fernández, University of Siena

Panelists:
  • Vedanshi Nevatia, Colorado State University;
  • Oriol Vallès Codina, Leeds University Business School;
  • Marwil Dávila Fernández, University of Siena;
Discussants:
  • Oriol Vallès Codina, Leeds University Business School
  • Marwil Dávila Fernández, University of Siena
  • Vedanshi Nevatia, Colorado State University
74. Climate and Household Adaptation in Middle-Income Countries [Organized Session by an Individual]
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Jamaica Pond

Organizer: Mieke Meurs, American University
Chair: Mieke Meurs, American University

Panelists:
  • Giang Juong Pham, Foreign Trade University, Vietnam;
  • Nghia Nguyen, American University;
  • Rida Hameed, American University;
Discussant:
  • Laura Cristina Blanco, University of Costa Rica;
75. Sports Economics [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Claredon A

Organizer: Eric Osborne-Christenson, Pace University
Chair: Eric Osborne-Christenson, Pace University
  • NBA Star Influence on Arena Crowds. .....Shadman Rahman, Pace University
  • An Examination of the "Loser Effect" in the NFL: The Impact of Draft Position and Early Career Performance on Long-Term Success. .....McKenna Moore, Pace University
  • Moneyball 2.0? A Study of How Statcast Changed the Nature of Victories in the MLB. .....Brandon Diaz, Pace University
Discussants:
  • Kristina Krichmaryov, Pace University
  • Mariam Elzoghby, Pace University
  • Anastasia Khanukov, Pace University
76. So you want to be an economics consultant - NAFE II [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Public Garden

Organizer: Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists
Chair: Marc Weinstein, Team Economics

Panelists:
  • Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists;
  • Marc Weinstein, Team Economics;
  • Kristin Kucsma, Sobel Tinari Economics Group;
  • Steven Shapiro, Analytic Resources;
77. The Political Economy of Growth and Development and Income Distribution [Organized Session [URPE]]
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Fairfax A
  • The role of autonomous demand in the growth and income distribution debate: an empirical estimation for selected south american countries;. .....Joana David Avritzer, Connecticut College; Yan Zhuang, Connecticut College; Melissa Avilez Lopez, Connecticut College; Nghi Ngueyn, Connecticut College; Theodora Moldovan, Connecticut College
  • Embracing consumption. .....Mark Stelzner, Connecticut College
  • Building a Theory and Strategy of Economic Development from Keynes’ Shifting Equilibrium. .....Devin Thomas Rafferty, saint peter`s university
  • Economic Stimulus Measures in the Pandemic and Income Inequality. .....Gokcer Ozgur, Gettysburg College; Ceyhun Elgin, American University in Bulgaria & Bogazici University
78. Radical Political Economy of the Environment [Organized Session [URPE]]
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Fairfax B

Organizer: Paul Cooney, URI
  • Contrasting Environmental Economics and Ecological Economics in terms of Method, Theory and Practice.. .....Paul Cooney, URI
  • The new science for the people: Climate literacy in the Age of the Anthropocene/ Capitalocene. .....ANN Elizabeth Davis, marist college
  • The Human Necessity of Ecosocialist Growth.The Human Necessity of Ecosocialist Growth.. .....David Schwartzman, Bank of Italy

Panelists:
  • Paul Cooney, URI;
  • ANN Elizabeth Davis, marist college;
  • David Schwartzman, Bank of Italy;
79. [AERE-EEA #5] Climate Change – Human Capital. Session Sponsored by The Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) [Organized Session [AERE]]
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Riverway

Organizers: Loujaina Abdelwahed, The Cooper Union; Jimena Gonzalez-Ramirez, Manhattan College;
Chair: Xinming Du, Columbia University
  • Climate change and human capital: Evidence from the Indian Census. .....Kyle Emerick, Tufts University; Maggie Liu, Department of the Treasury, US; Yogita Shamdasani, National University of Singapore; Vis Taraz, Smith College
  • The Value of Weather Forecasts: Evidence from Labor Responses to Accurate Versus Inaccurate Temperature Forecasts in China. .....Yuqi Song, The Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability at Harvard University
  • Effect of Weather and Climate Shocks on Learning Outcomes in Uganda. .....Osaretin Olurotimi, University of Arizona
  • The Unequal Effect of Temperature on Test Scores: Evidence from Colombia. .....Bridget Hoffmann, Inter-American Development Bank; Xiomara Pulido, University of British Columbia; Diego Vera-Cossio, Inter-American Development Bank
Discussants:
  • Yuqi Song, The Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability at Harvard University
  • Vis Taraz, Smith College
  • Bridget Hoffmann, Inter-American Development Bank
  • Osaretin Olurotimi, University of Arizona
80. Asset Pricing and Market Efficiency I
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Dalton A

Chair: Han Zhang, University at buffalo
  • Do ETFs enhance stock market efficiency? Evidence from a high dimensional financial network perspective. .....Yu Wang, University of Guelph
  • Luck Versus Skill in Mutual Fund Performance: Looking Across and Within Asset Classes. .....Rupsha Dey, University of New Hampshire
Discussants:
  • Yiyuan Wang, State university of New York at Buffalo
  • Iyad Snunu, Peres Academic Center (PAC)
  • Han Zhang, University at buffalo
81. History of Economic Thought
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Forest Hills

Chair: Steven Pressman, Monmouth University (emeritus) & New School for Social Research
  • Does the Labor Theory of Value Explain Economic Growth? A Modern Classical View. .....Nikolaos Chatzarakis, New School for Social Research; Persefoni Tsaliki, Aritstotle University of Thessaloniki; Lefteris Tsoulfidis, Professor
  • Natural Capital-Induced Technical Change. .....Sean Michael Callahan, Colorado State University
  • THE FUNCTION OF MONEY IN A CAPITALIST ECONOMY AND THE ROLE OF THE US DOLLAR AS INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY IN THE WORLD ECONOMY. .....Joao Pedro Mascarello Funck, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul; Carlos Schonerwald, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
  • Debt-deflation theory: Scrope’s anticipation of Fisher. .....Paul Orzechowski, College of Staten Island
Discussants:
  • Nikolaos Chatzarakis, New School for Social Research
  • Sean Michael Callahan, Colorado State University
  • Carlos Schonerwald, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
  • Paul Orzechowski, College of Staten Island
82. Issues in Political Economy: Labor
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Gardner

Chair: Chase Katsuhiko Gurey, Elon University
  • Unlocking Labor Force Potential Through Fiscal Policy: Examining the Metamorphosis of Congress and Its Implications for Tax Policy, Spending, and Labor Outcomes. .....Daniel Joseph Elmore, Lenoir-Rhyne University
  • An Economic Analysis of the Impacts of the Cost of Childcare on the Labor Force Participation Rates of Women Across States. .....Claire Stoltenow, Minnesota State University Moorhead
  • The Impact of the COVID-19 Recession on Female Employment in Male Dominated Fields. .....Victoria Jean Balfe, Hartwick College
  • Measuring Labor market assimilation via the convergence of return to human capital. .....
  • The Minimum Wage and its Impact on Employment. .....Joshua Richmond Hutson, Furman University
Discussants:
  • Vanessa Paige Reineke, Quinnipiac University
  • Colin Finn Lilly, Villanova University
  • Sarah Margaret Mirrow, Elon University
  • Parunjodhi Munisamy, Smith College
  • Ethan David Kaiser, Hartwick College
83. Filtering Methods in Macroeconomics
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Hampton A

Chair: Kwok Ping Tsang, Virginia Tech
  • A Sequential Monte Carlo Approach to Endogenous Time Varying Parameter Models. .....Evan Hart, University of Oregon
  • Decomposition of Consumer Sentiment and the Effects of Cyclical Component on Macroeconomic Variables. .....Azharul Islam, The University of Texas at Dallas
  • Business Cycle Decomposition, Wavelets, and Income Inequality. .....Dr. Nikolaos Papanikolaou, Lehman College School of Business
  • Two Illustration of the quantity theory of money: A restatement. .....Lawrence Ogbeifun, Hartwick College
Discussants:
  • Christopher John Fernandez Cruz, Grand Valley State University
  • Yunxiao Zhang, Peking University
  • Jose Eduardo Gomez-Gonzalez, City University of New York - Lehman College
  • Kwok Ping Tsang, Virginia Tech
84. Social Choice
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Olmsted

Chair: Luis Angel Monroy Gómez Franco, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • Estimating Matching Games Without Individual-level Data: Multidimensional Sorting in Government Recruitment. .....Qiwei He, Cornell University
  • Do Unemployment Benefits Affect the Quality of Service? Evidence from Nursing Homes. .....Yiyu Xing, Auburn University
Discussants:
  • Wade Howarth Litt, Denison University
  • Betty Mittelstädt, Central Washington University
85. Topics in Heterodox Economics II
Friday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | The Fens

Organizers: Mattias Vernengo, Bucknell University; Esteban Pérez Caldentey, ECLAC;
Chair: Mattias Vernengo, Bucknell University
  • Impact of the implementation of JET in Colombia: empirical analysis with ecological approach of the SFC. .....Leonardo Rojas, UNAL, Columbia
  • Assessing the Ecological Transition in Emerging and Developing Economies through Stock Flow Consistent Models. .....Jhan Andrade, (Sorbonne Université, France; Juan Herrera, Bocconi University
  • A Multi-Country, Multi-Sector Model for a Socially Just Transition to a Circular Economy. .....Oriol Vallès Codina, Leeds University Business School
86. EEA Business Meeting
Friday | 5:00 pm-5:15 pm | Republic Ballroom

Chair: Natalia V. Smirnova, University of Connecticut
87. Presidential Address: The Past, Present and Future of Health Care Reform
Friday | 5:15 pm-6:15 pm | Republic Ballroom

Panelist:
  • Jonathan Gruber, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
196. Conference Registration
Saturday | 7:30 am-4:00 pm | Republic Ballroom Foyer

Chair: Alexandre Olbrecht, Ramapo College
89. Special Topics in Labor Economics [Organized Session [CSWEP]]
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Berkely B

Organizer: Yana Rodgers, Rutgers University
Chair: Jessica Sauve-Syed, Furman University
  • Emergency Department Productivity: Medical Students and the EMR. .....Jessica Sauve-Syed, Furman University; Evan Hucke, Furman University; E. Page Bridges, University of South Carolina
  • Beauty pays? The role of looks in entrepreneurship. .....Jia Guo, Macquarie University; Zhiming Cheng, Macquarie University; Ben Wang, Macquarie University
  • Externalities of Marijuana Legalization: Marijuana Use in Non-Legalizing States. .....Marit Hinnosaar, University of Nottingham; Elaine Liu, University of Houston; Eva Davinia Loaeza-Albino, University of Houston
90. Price shocks in contemporary economies [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Boston Commons

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: JW Mason, John Jay College
  • Price Shocks and Redistribution: Systemically significant prices for inequality. .....Isabella Weber, University of Massachusetts - Amherst; Jesus Lara Jauregui, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Luiza Nassif, Unicamp; Lucas Teixeira, Unicamp
  • Caught between Fossilflation and Greenflation? Systemically Significant Prices, Energy Price Shocks and Carbon-Price Policies. .....Isabella Weber, University of Massachusetts - Amherst; Jesus Lara Jauregui, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Jan-Erik Thie, IMK Berlin; Lucas Teixeira, Unicamp; Luiza Nassif, Unicamp
  • Seller's Inflation and Profits: Can price shocks coordinate price hikes?. .....Isabella Weber, University of Massachusetts - Amherst; Evan Wasner, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Markus Lang, University of Heidelberg; Benjamin Braun, London School of Economics; Jens van't Klooster, University of Amsterdam
  • The Price of Daily Bread: Global Food Price Shocks and Disaster Preparedness in an Age of Overlapping Emergencies. .....Isabella Weber, University of Massachusetts - Amherst; Merle Camilla Schulken, UMass Amherst

Panelists:
  • Jesus Lara Jauregui, University of Massachusetts Amherst;
  • Jan-Erik Thie, IMK Berlin;
  • Evan Wasner, University of Massachusetts Amherst;
  • Merle Camilla Schulken, UMass Amherst;
Discussants:
  • Jan-Erik Thie, IMK Berlin
  • Evan Wasner, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Merle Camilla Schulken, UMass Amherst
  • Jesus Lara Jauregui, University of Massachusetts Amherst
91. Transportation and Health [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Claredon A

Organizer: Conor Lennon, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Chair: Austin Smith, Bates College
  • Ride-sharing and Mortality. .....Conor Lennon, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Keith Teltser, Georgia State University; Christian Saenz, Georgia State University
  • Sleep and Fatal Vehicle Crashes: Evidence from Sunset Time in the United States. .....Jingyan Guo, University of California, Riverside
  • Micro-mobility and Driving Under The Influence. .....Margaret Bock, Goucher College; Alexander Cardazzi, Old Dominion University

Panelists:
  • Conor Lennon, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute;
  • Jingyan Guo, University of California, Riverside;
  • Alexander Cardazzi, Old Dominion University;
Discussants:
  • Reagan Baughman, University of New Hampshire
  • James Bailey, Providence College
  • Dhaval Dave, Bentley University & NBER
92. Political economy of economic policy [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Exeter A

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • The General Relativity of Fiscal Space: Functional Finance and Development. .....Jacob Assa, UNDP; Marc Andrew Morgan, Université de Genève
  • The Political Economy of Delayed Stabilizations. .....Arslan Razmi, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • Beyond the trilemma framework: a post Keynesian look at policy space and constraints. .....Nathalie Marins, Boston University

Panelists:
  • Marc Andrew Morgan, Université de Genève;
  • Arslan Razmi, University of Massachusetts - Amherst;
  • Nathalie Marins, Boston University;
Discussants:
  • Arslan Razmi, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • Nathalie Marins, Boston University
  • Marc Andrew Morgan, Université de Genève
93. Macrodynamics of unemployment, distribution and debt [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Exeter B

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Christian Proaño, University of Bamberg
  • The effects of distributional shocks on output and unemployment. .....Alejandro Gonzalez, Washington University - St. Louis
  • Overlapping Cycles of Debt, Demand, and Distribution. .....Y.K. Kim, University of Massachusetts - Boston; Michael Cauvel, University of Southern Maine
  • Unveiling agricultural productive structure: an Economic Complexity approach using census data.. .....Alexandre de Queiroz Stein, Cedeplar UFMG; Gustavo de Britto Rocha, Cedeplar-UFMG; Victor Medeiros, Cedeplar - UFMG

Panelists:
  • Alejandro Gonzalez, Washington University - St. Louis;
  • Y.K. Kim, University of Massachusetts - Boston;
  • Alexandre de Queiroz Stein, Cedeplar UFMG;
  • Michael Cauvel, University of Southern Maine;
Discussants:
  • Y.K. Kim, University of Massachusetts - Boston
  • Alexandre de Queiroz Stein, Cedeplar UFMG
  • Alejandro Gonzalez, Washington University - St. Louis
94. Behavioral and Parametric Inferences [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Dalton A

Organizer: Andreas Pape, Binghamton University
Chair: Andreas Pape, Binghamton University
  • Bootstrapping Confidence Intervals Around Agent-Based Model Parameter Estimates. .....Nency Dhameja, Binghamton University; Christopher M Zosh, Binghamton University; Yixin Ren, Binghamton Univesity; Andreas Pape, Binghamton University
  • Heteronomy Versus Autonomy. .....Shyam Sunder Gouri Suresh, Davidson College; Paul Studtmann, Davidson College; Bryce Wiedenbeck, Davidson College
  • Agent-Based Modeling Of Information Manipulation: Applying Parameter Estimation With Bootstrapped Confidence Intervals. .....Yixin Ren, Binghamton Univesity; Andreas Pape, Binghamton University
  • Blockchain, Alternative Currencies, and Information Systems (Leanne Ussher). .....Jacky Mallett, Reykjavik University

Panelists:
  • Nency Dhameja, Binghamton University;
  • Shyam Sunder Gouri Suresh, Davidson College;
  • Yixin Ren, Binghamton Univesity;
  • Jacky Mallett, Reykjavik University;
Discussants:
  • Zachary Dameon Modig, George Mason University, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
  • Walter Stover, George Mason University
  • Joffa Michele Applegate, Arizona State University
  • Matthias Raddant, CSH Vienna / TU Graz
95. Care Work and Response to Social and Economic Pressures [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Jamaica Pond

Organizers: Tanadej Vechsuruck, University of Rhode Island; Mieke Meurs, American University;
Chair: Mieke Meurs, American University
  • Care work and pastoral income generation in the face of economic and climate pressures: Evidence from herding households in Mongolia. .....Amartuvshin Amarjargal, National Humanities University (Mongolia); Mieke Meurs, American University
  • Effects of road traffic accidents on the burden of unpaid work on women in Cali, Colombia. .....María Castillo-Valencia, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia; Diana Marcela Jiménez, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia
  • Impact of Climate Shock on Women’s Unpaid Work: A Case from Indian Coastal Hotspot. .....Jheelum Sarkar, American University

Panelists:
  • Amartuvshin Amarjargal, National Humanities University (Mongolia);
  • Mieke Meurs, American University;
  • María Castillo-Valencia, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia;
  • Diana Marcela Jiménez, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia;
  • Jheelum Sarkar, American University;
Discussant:
  • Juna Miluka, University of Tirana;
96. The Global South and the Political Economy of Domination and Dependency I [Organized Session [URPE]]
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Fairfax A
  • The other resource: over determined data imperialism. .....Marcus Jonathan Breen, Boston College
  • Growth Regimes in Central and Peripheral Countries: An Econometric Analysis with Dynamic Panel Models, 1980-2018.. .....Emiliano Lopez, IdIHCS-CONICET/UNLP
  • US Hegemony and International Accounts before and after 2008: Regulation, accumulation, and institutions. .....Patrick Alexandre Hallan, University of Utah
  • Procyclicality in the IMF Debt Sustainability Framework: Debt, Consumption, and Deindustrialization. .....Tai Young-Taft, Levy Economics Institute
97. LABOR AND ITS INTERSECTIONS [Organized Session [URPE]]
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Fairfax B

Organizer: Alfredo Rosete, Central Connecticut State University
Chair: Ali Alper Almidar, St. Francis College
  • INTERLOCKING, CONTROL AND GIG ECONOMY: THE ARTISAN COURIER MODEL IN TURKEY.. .....Ali Alper Almidar, St. Francis College
  • How the Generosity of Wage Replacement Benefits in Different State Paid Family Leave Policies Impact the Labor Market Choices of New Mothers. .....Samantha Schenck, Central Connecticut State University; Zachary Mottram, Central Connecticut State University
  • Immigration Aversion Under Labor Bargaining. .....Alfredo Rosete, Central Connecticut State University; Nicholas Reksten, University of Redlands

Panelists:
  • Samantha Schenck, Central Connecticut State University;
  • Ali Alper Almidar, St. Francis College;
  • Alfredo Rosete, Central Connecticut State University;
98. [AERE-EEA #6] Climate Change. Session Sponsored by The Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) [Organized Session [AERE]]
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Riverway

Organizers: Loujaina Abdelwahed, The Cooper Union; Jimena Gonzalez-Ramirez, Manhattan College;
Chair: Bridget Hoffmann, Inter-American Development Bank
  • Unseen Toll of Extreme Heat and Humidity on Mental Health in Mexico. .....Yumin Hong, University of Texas at Austin; Antonia Vazquez, University of Texas at Austi
  • Heat and Productivity: Evidence From Flight On-Time Performance. .....Zhanhan Yu, University of Glasgow; Ying Shi, Syracuse University
  • Deepening inequalities? Evidence from floods in Bangladesh. .....Fatima Najeeb, University of Maryland
Discussants:
  • Fatima Najeeb, University of Maryland
  • Yumin Hong, University of Texas at Austin
  • Zhanhan Yu, University of Glasgow
99. Expectations and News
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Forest Hills

Chair: Khai Zhi Sim, stonehill College
  • Unanticipated Money Growth and Unemployment in the Philippines. .....Jason Cruz Patalinghug, Southern Connecticut State University
  • News Shocks, Consumer Confidence, and Business Cycles. .....SYED MUHAMMAD HUSSAIN, James Madison University
  • Revisiting the relationship between oil supply news shocks and U.S. economic activity: Role of the zero lower bound. .....Naafey Sardar, St. Olaf College; Irfan Qureshi, Asian Development Bank
Discussants:
  • Khai Zhi Sim, stonehill College
  • Michael James Carter, Lafayette College
  • Ning Jia, University of Hartford
100. Applied Mathematical Methods
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Hampton A

Chair: Karl H Seeley, Hartwick College
  • Climate change and structural transformation. .....Karl H Seeley, Hartwick College
  • Fuzzy Forecasts and the Dynamic Factor Model of Consumer Confidence. .....Aram Balagyozyan, The University of Scranton
  • GDP Growth Forecast Inefficiency – The Role of Domestic and Foreign News. .....Fazlul Hoque Miah, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals; Abdoul Wane, Fayetteville State University
  • Connectedness in exchange rates and news sentiment in the Asia-Pacific region. .....Tjeerd Boonman, Monmouth University; Jens Fittje, FernUniversitaet Hagen, Germany
101. Foreign Direct Investment
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Olmsted

Chair: Don Donghyun Lee, University of Mary Washington
  • FDI-oriented strategy and capabilities creation: a Chilean firm level estimation of FDI and innovation. .....Luis Ignacio Silva Neira, University of the Basque Country / Berlin School of Economics and Law
  • Foreign Direct Investments and Economic Growth: Exploring the Role of Absorptive Capacities.. .....Seyni Da, American University
  • Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions, Cultural Distance and Growth: Industry-level Analysis. .....Don Donghyun Lee, University of Mary Washington
Discussants:
  • Jeffrey Kuo, George Washington University
  • Jieun Chang, Southwestern Oklahoma State University
  • Don Donghyun Lee, University of Mary Washington
102. Government Policy and Financial Development
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | Public Garden

Chair: Dr. Augustin MBEMBA, High Point University
  • The Effect of Bank Development on Export Scale and Quality: Evidence from Chinese Firm-Level Data. .....Li Li, Marist College
  • The effect of financial markets and financial institutions on foreign direct investment in developing countries. .....Manuel David Cruz, Boston University
  • Effect of Monetary Policy Uncertainty on Debt Financing for Indian Companies. .....Nachiket Thakkar, Alabama A&M University; Rafiqul Bhuyan, Alabama A&M University
  • Market Liberalization and Price Volatility: Evidence from the Saudi Stock Market. .....Khwlah Saud Almutair, University of Massachusetts- Amherst
Discussants:
  • Miguel Ramirez, Trinity College
  • Suleiman Abu-Bader, Ben-Gurion Uinversity of the Negev
  • Wayne Aaron Sandholtz, Nova School of Business and Economics
  • Dr. Augustin MBEMBA, High Point University
103. Extreme Weather, Climate, and Sea Rise
Saturday | 8:00 am-9:20 am | The Fens

Chair: John M. Polimeni, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
  • The Impact of Adult Awareness of Climate Change on Renewable Energy Consumption in the United States.. .....MOHAMMAD ISMAYL Al Masud, Texas Tech University
  • Local Preferences for Mitigation and Adaption to Sea Level Rise in Guatemala. .....William Vasquez, Fairfield University; Jennifer Trudeau-Tham, Sacred Heart University
  • Flooding Events and Dengue Incidence in Mexico: A municipal-level Analysis. .....Ariel R Belasen, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Discussants:
  • John M. Polimeni, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
  • Maria Hatalis, Rutgers University
  • Jung You, California State University - East Bay
104. EEA Coffee Break
Saturday | 9:00 am-11:00 am | Republic Ballroom Foyer B
105. Contemplative Pedagogies in Economics [Organized Session [CSWEP]]
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Berkely B

Organizer: Leah Greden Mathews, UNC Asheville
Chair: Leah Greden Mathews, UNC Asheville

Panelists:
  • Daniel Barbezat, Amherst College;
  • Sandra Trejos, Pennsylvania Western University;
  • Melissa Mahoney, University of North Carolina Asheville;
  • Leah Greden Mathews, UNC Asheville;
106. Exploring the Nexus: Social Sciences and Technology in the Digital Age [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Arnold Arboretum

Organizer: Sushma Shukla, Piedmont Virginia Community College
Chair: Sushma Shukla, Piedmont Virginia Community College

Panelist:
  • Jia Yu, Southern Connecticut State University
Discussant:
  • Babita Srivastava, William Paterson University;
107. Urban Economic History [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Boston Commons

Organizer: Jason Barr, Rutgers University-Newark
Chair: Troy Tassier, Fordham University
  • Differences of Density: Understanding What Density Does and Doesn’t Tell Us about Infectious Disease Transmission in 19th and 21st Century New York City. .....Troy Tassier, Fordham University
  • Measuring Two Centuries of Housing Affordability in New York City. .....Jason Barr, Rutgers University-Newark
  • Public housing design, racial sorting and welfare: Evidence from New York City public housing 1930-2010. .....Maximilian Guennewig-Moenert, Trinity College Dublin
  • An Economic History of Large Fires in American Cities. .....James Sidola, Colby College
108. Monopsony 3: Occupations and Human Capital [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Claredon A

Organizers: Kate Bahn, Urban Institute; Martin Friedrich, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Elke Jahn, Universität Bayreuth; Michael Oberfichtner, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Martin Popp, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Todd Andrew Sorensen, University of California, Merced;
Chair: Martin Friedrich, IAB Institute for Employment Research
  • Human Capital Transferability and Employer Monopsony Power. .....Qingyang Han, Johns Hopkins University
  • Interactions and Dynamics of Occupational Segregation and Monopsony. .....Jessica Forden, The New School for Social Research
109. Complexity and statistical mechanics [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Exeter A

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Ansel Schiavone, St. John's University
  • Information as a decomposable probabilistic measure of generative heterogeneity: Three applications to analysis of complex socioeconomic systems. .....Paulo dos Santos, New School for Social Research
  • An Information Theory Approach to the Stock and Cryptocurrency Market: A Statistical Equilibrium Perspective. .....Emanuele Citera, St. Lawrence University; Francesco De Pretis, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
  • The Statistical Mechanics of Income in a Peripheral Economy. Peru 2004-2019. .....César Castillo-García, New School for Social Research

Panelists:
  • Paulo dos Santos, New School for Social Research;
  • Emanuele Citera, St. Lawrence University;
  • Francesco De Pretis, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia;
  • César Castillo-García, New School for Social Research;
Discussants:
  • Emanuele Citera, St. Lawrence University
  • César Castillo-García, New School for Social Research
  • Paulo dos Santos, New School for Social Research
110. Post-Keynesian models of fluctuations [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Exeter B

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Firat Demir, University of Oklahoma
  • An IS-MP-PC model for teaching macroeconomic cycles in open developing economies. .....Joao Paulo de Souza, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leopoldo Gomez-Ramirez, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru
  • Animal spirits and the Goodwin pattern. .....Mark Setterfield, The New School for Social Research; George Wheaton, The New School for Social Research

Panelists:
  • Leopoldo Gomez-Ramirez, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru;
  • Mark Setterfield, The New School for Social Research;
Discussants:
  • Leopoldo Gomez-Ramirez, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru
  • Mark Setterfield, The New School for Social Research
111. Macroeconomics [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Dalton A

Organizer: Alan G. Isaac, American University
Chair: John S. Schuler, Kukun Home Investment Intelligence
  • Minimum Wage Vs Ubi: A Macroeconomic Analysis. .....Alan G. Isaac, American University
  • Learning Integrated Inflation Forecasts In A Simple Multi-Agent Macroeconomic Model. .....Blake LeBaron, Brandeis University; Karen Smith, Drew University
  • The Impact Of Basel Iii And Covid-19 On U.S. Interbank Lending Market: A Multi-Agent Simulation Approach Using Reinforcement Learning. .....Cheuk Yin Jeffrey Mo, Stevens Institute of Technology; Steve Yang, Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Rivalrous Competition And Macroeconomic Volatility. .....Vipin P Veetil, Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode; Antoine Mandel, Paris School of Economics

Panelists:
  • Alan G. Isaac, American University;
  • Blake LeBaron, Brandeis University;
  • Cheuk Yin Jeffrey Mo, Stevens Institute of Technology;
Discussants:
  • Jacky Mallett, Reykjavik University
  • Alan G. Isaac, American University
  • Blake LeBaron, Brandeis University
112. Sports Betting [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Public Garden

Organizers: Eva Marikova Leeds, Moravian University; Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists;
Chair: Akira Motomura, Stonehill College
  • The Tennis Serve Started Ticking and Betting Market Inefficiencies Followed. .....Natalie Cutter, Wake Forest University; Todd McFall, Wake Forest University
  • Football Odds Boosts: Are They a Boom of Bust for New York Sports Bettors?. .....Jeremy Losak, Syracuse University; Aaron Rofw, Syracuse University; Nicholas Catalano, Syracuse University; Christopher Marfisi, Syracuse University
  • Fine Young Cannibals? Have Sports Books Reduced Lottery Betting?. .....Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists; Liam Marrinan, College of the Holy Cross
  • How Do Teams Tank? Evidence from Game-Level NBA Playing Time Distribution. .....Alexander Cardazzi, Old Dominion University; Brad Humphreys, West Virginia University; Kole Reddig, West Virginia University

Panelists:
  • Natalie Cutter, Wake Forest University;
  • Jeremy Losak, Syracuse University;
  • Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists;
  • Alexander Cardazzi, Old Dominion University;
Discussants:
  • Jeremy Losak, Syracuse University
  • Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists
  • Todd McFall, Wake Forest University
  • Akira Motomura, Stonehill College
113. Trade, Employment, and Labour Shares in Global Value Chains [Organized Session [URPE]]
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Fairfax A

Organizer: Bhavya Sinha, Colorado State University
Chair: Adam Walke, Denison University
  • A real competition approach to trade and development in Global Value Chains. .....Jesus Lara Jauregui, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Declining Labour Shares Through Global Value Chains: An Exploration Of Value Capture In Production Networks. .....Bhavya Sinha, Colorado State University
  • Trade, offshoring, and manufacturing employment volatility in Mexico. .....Adam Walke, Denison University; Stephan Weiler, Colorado State University

Panelists:
  • Jesus Lara Jauregui, University of Massachusetts Amherst;
  • Bhavya Sinha, Colorado State University;
  • Adam Walke, Denison University;
  • Milena Xochil Dehn, Colorado State University;
114. The Political Economy of Labor [Organized Session [URPE]]
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Fairfax B
  • Fast Labor-saving Technological Change and Employment. .....Baris Guven, Gettysburg College
  • Rationed by 'Human Capital': The New Aspect of the U.S. Dual Labor Market. .....Kenneth Jeong, University of massachusetts amherst
  • Recovery for All? Intersectional Disparities in the US Labor Market During the Pandemic. .....Armagan Gezici, The University of the West of England, UK; Ozge Ozay, Fitchburg State University
115. [AERE-EEA #7] Climate Change & Natural Disasters. Session Sponsored by The Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) [Organized Session [AERE]]
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Riverway

Organizers: Loujaina Abdelwahed, The Cooper Union; Jimena Gonzalez-Ramirez, Manhattan College;
  • The Effects of Climate Change on Residential Rental Markets: How Rising Heat is Altering Rates. .....Michael Garvey, United States Department of Energy
  • Adapting to Disasters: Evidence from Drought in Brazil. .....Guilherme DePaula, Iowa State University; Bhezad Jeddi, Iowa State university; David Keiser, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Discussants:
  • Guilherme DePaula, Iowa State University
  • Jesse Gourevitch, Environmental Defense Fund
  • Michael Garvey, United States Department of Energy
116. Immigration
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Forest Hills

Chair: Christa Marr, Fitchburg State University
  • Immigrant Earnings Premiums for U.S. Bachelor’s Degrees. .....Wade Howarth Litt, Denison University
  • Occupation-Education Mismatch among the Immigrant Community. .....Betty Mittelstädt, Central Washington University; Tennecia Daccas, Central Washington University; Devon Lynch, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
  • The status of knowledge about women workers and internal migrants in Vietnam. .....Van Thanh Pho, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Unequal Gradients: Gender, Skin Tone, and Intergenerational Economic Mobility. .....Luis Angel Monroy Gómez Franco, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Roberto Vélez-Grajales, Centro de Estudios Espinosa Yglesias; Gastón Yalonetzky, Leeds University
  • Mama, I’m coming home: Evaluating the role of return migrants in knowledge transfers. .....krishna sharma, clemson university
Discussants:
  • Christa Marr, Fitchburg State University
  • Qiwei He, Cornell University
  • Yiyu Xing, Auburn University
117. Issues in Political Economy 6: Health
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Gardner
  • The Effect of Abortion Rates on Adoption Rates: A State-Level Analysis. .....Luke Michael Brown, Quinnipiac University
  • Understanding the underperformance of minority patient outcomes at minority-serving hospitals. .....Angela Gabriela Saquinaula, University of Connecticut
  • The impact of enrollment barriers to Medicaid on Crime. .....Jun Pu, Smith College
  • The Effects of Food Insecurity on Cardiovascular Disease Death in North Carolina. .....David Luke Neubig, Elon University
  • The short- and long-term financial and health provision outcomes after hospital leadership turnover. .....Savannah Lily Fish, University of Connecticut
Discussants:
  • Amanda Iskin, College of Wooster
  • Trevor Zachary Hastings, Furman University
  • Jackson Powell, Belmont University
  • James Edward Novak, Davidson College
  • Julianne La Tempa, Quinnipiac University
118. Microeconomics: Theory
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Hampton A

Chair: Takuma Habu, Cornell University
  • Confronting the laurels problem in a dynamic reputation model. .....Charles Swanson, Temple University
  • Placement with Assignment Guarantees and Semi-Flexible Capacities. .....Ege Bilgin, University of Bonn; Orhan Aygun, Bogazici University
  • Agreeing to be fooled: Optimal ignorance about information sources. .....Takuma Habu, Cornell University
  • Information aggregation in the presence of media bias on a network with knowledgeable agents. .....Valeria Bodishtianu, Cornell University
Discussants:
  • Takuma Habu, Cornell University
  • Yurim Lee, Central Washington University
  • David B Zuckerman, Central Washington University
  • Chiradip Chatterjee, University of North Florida
  • Devika Hazra, California State University, Los Angeles
119. Issues in post-Keynesoan economics (Organized by the Monetary Policy Institute and the Review of Political Economy)
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Hampton B

Organizer: Louis Phillipe Rochon, Laurentian University
  • Central banks and power: when there is a will, there is a way. .....Guillaume Vallet, Université de Grenoble-Alpes
  • Machine Learning approaches to Economic Policy-Making. .....Marcos Centurion-Vicencio, Centre de Recherche en Economie de Grenoble
120. Learning and Language Processing in Macroeconomics
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Jamaica Pond

Chair: Sarah Tang, Suffolk University
  • Monetary Policy Pronouncements and Inflation Expectations. .....Christopher John Fernandez Cruz, Grand Valley State University; Vanessa Espano, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas; Angela Pelayo, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
  • News Sentiment and Topic Analysis on Crude Oil Future Prices. .....Yunxiao Zhang, Peking University
  • Sovereign Risk and Economic Complexity: Machine Learning Insights on Causality and Prediction. .....Jose Eduardo Gomez-Gonzalez, City University of New York - Lehman College; Jorge Uribe, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya; Oscar Valencia, Inter-American Development Bank
  • Agree to Disagree: Measuring Hidden Dissents in FOMC Meetings. .....Kwok Ping Tsang, Virginia Tech; Zichao Yang, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law
Discussants:
  • Kendal Swanson, Duke University
  • Ying Chao, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
  • Sarah Tang, Suffolk University
  • Tomoya Suzuki, Kansai University
121. Labor Markets
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | Olmsted

Chair: Ruchika Rungta, Auburn University
  • The Effect of Large Firm Entry on Wage Distribution and Skill Demand. .....Alaa Amr Badawy Abdelfattah, university of California, davis; Layla O'Kane, Lightcast
  • Tools and the Ability to Work From Home (WFH). .....Logan Robert Malone, University of New Hampshire; Robert Mohr, University of New Hampshire
  • The COVID-19, Work from Home, and Racial Attitudes. .....Shiyi Chen, SUNY Oneonta
Discussants:
  • Ruchika Rungta, Auburn University
  • Jessica Pei Ye, University of Maryland, College Park
  • Yiyuan Wang, State university of New York at Buffalo
  • Hajar EL KHOUDRI, Université Laval
122. Monetary Policy, Income Distribution and Agent’s Heterogeneity: Second of Three Sessions sponsored by the Young Scholars Initiative/Institute of New Economic Thinking.
Saturday | 9:30 am-10:50 am | The Fens

Organizer: Sylvio Kappes, Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil.
Chair: Sarah Pessoa, Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil
  • Monetary Policy & Racial and Gender Inequality: A Survey of the Empirical Literature. .....Rafael Pahim, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
  • Unconventional Monetary Policy and the Rise of Inequality in Japan: The Pasinetti Index. .....Yuki Tadi, The New School for Social Research
  • Heterogeneity in consumer responses to Fed communications: prior beliefs, MPCs, and demographics. .....Aina Puig, American University
123. Macro Models and Dynamics [Organized Session [CSWEP]]
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Berkely A

Organizer: Yana Rodgers, Rutgers University
Chair: Shuoshuo Hou, College of Saint Benedict & Saint John`s University
  • Fiscal Policy in a Multisector TANK Model. .....Tobias Fabian Mueller, Boston College; Shane McMiken, Boston College
  • The Importance of Input-Output Network Structure in the U.S. Economy. .....Shuoshuo Hou, College of Saint Benedict & Saint John`s University
  • Trade, Firm Dynamics and Labor Market Power. .....Viktoriia Zezerova, Pennsylvania State University
  • Foreign and Domestic Causes of the Pandemic Inflation. .....Manchun Wang, Boston College
124. Labor and Public Policy [Organized Session [CSWEP]]
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Berkely B

Organizer: Yana Rodgers, Rutgers University
Chair: Hajar EL KHOUDRI, Laval University
  • Punishing Poverty: Labor Supply and Program Enrollment Effects of Work Requirement Enforcement. .....Katherine Richard, University of Michigan ; Lea Bart, University of Michigan
  • Bank account ownership and women's empowerment in India. .....Tarana Chauhan, Cornell University
  • Not Just Digging Holes: Impact of India’s Employment Guarantee on Agricultural Productivity. .....Kartik Misra, Sewanee: The University of the South; Uttara Balakrishnan, American Institutes for Research
  • Policy Can Reduce Earning Imbalances Favoring Men in Dual-Earner Couples. .....Hajar EL KHOUDRI, Laval University; Sylvain Dessy, Laval University
125. Monopsony 4: Non-Compete Agreements [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Claredon A

Organizers: Kate Bahn, Urban Institute; Martin Friedrich, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Elke Jahn, Universität Bayreuth; Michael Oberfichtner, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Martin Popp, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Todd Andrew Sorensen, University of California, Merced;
Chair: Todd Andrew Sorensen, University of California, Merced
  • Non-competition Agreements and Dedicated Human Capital. .....Ádám Fehér, Institute for Labor Law and Industrial Relations in the European Union
  • Field Experimental Evidence on the Effects of Noncompete Agreements. .....Bo Cowgill, Columbia University; Brandon Freiberg, Columbia University; Evan Starr, University of Maryland
  • New Evidence on Employee Non-compete, No Poach, and No Hire Agreements in the Franchise Sector. .....Peter Norlander, Loyola University Chicago
126. International Macroeconomics [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Exeter A

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Se Ho Kwak, Smith College
  • Contractionary Effects of Foreign Price Shocks (and Potentially Expansionary Effects of Inflation). .....Michalis Nikiforos, University of Geneva; Simon Grothe, University of Geneva
  • Is “high” inflation always and everywhere an exchange rate phenomenon?. .....Hasan Comert, Trinity College
  • Domestic and external sources of inflation in developing economies: The case of Bolivia. .....Raul Zelada-Aprili, Trinity College

Panelists:
  • Michalis Nikiforos, University of Geneva;
  • Hasan Comert, Trinity College;
  • Raul Zelada-Aprili, Trinity College;
Discussants:
  • Hasan Comert, Trinity College
  • Raul Zelada-Aprili, Trinity College
  • Michalis Nikiforos, University of Geneva
127. Distributional macrodynamics [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Exeter B

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Raul Zelada-Aprili, Trinity College
  • Distributional conflict and endogenous cyclical macrodynamics. .....Gilberto Tadeu Lima, University of São Paulo
  • The conflicting nature of rule-based fiscal policy: the political economy of changes in Brazil's fiscal framework.. .....Pedro Marques, Made-FEA/USP; Clara Brenck, Made-FEA/USP
  • Monetary Policy and Inflation: a Global Panel Study. .....Cameron Haas, University of Massachusetts - Amherst; Arslan Razmi, University of Massachusetts - Amherst; Mateo Hoyos Lopez, Center for Research and Teaching in Economics, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Guilherme Klein Martins, University of Leeds; Emiliano Libman, University of Buenos Aires

Panelists:
  • Gilberto Tadeu Lima, University of São Paulo;
  • Clara Brenck, Made-FEA/USP;
  • Cameron Haas, University of Massachusetts - Amherst;
Discussants:
  • Clara Brenck, Made-FEA/USP
  • Cameron Haas, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • Gilberto Tadeu Lima, University of São Paulo
128. Institutions and Environmental Justice [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Forest Hills

Organizer: Alfredo Rosete, Central Connecticut State University
Chair: Alfredo Rosete, Central Connecticut State University
  • Political Rights and Environmental Justice: Measuring the Impact of Anti-SLAPP Legislation on the Spatial Patterns of Toxic Air Pollutants. .....An Li, Sarah Lawrence College
  • Financing a just transition or just a transition? DFIs in new supply chains. .....Rebecca Ray, Boston University
  • Can Empowering Labor Help the Environment?. .....Alfredo Rosete, Central Connecticut State University

Panelists:
  • An Li, Sarah Lawrence College;
  • Rebecca Ray, Boston University;
  • Alfredo Rosete, Central Connecticut State University;
129. EEJ Special Issue on Gender Economics [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Boston Commons

Organizers: Nicole Simpson, Colgate University; Reagan Baughman, University of New Hampshire;
Chairs: Nicole Simpson, Colgate University; Reagan Baughman, University of New Hampshire;
  • Hostile Sexism and the 2016 Presidential Election. .....Andrew Wei, Cornell University; Ann Owen, Hamilton College
  • Why Don’t You Leave? A Household Model of Addiction. .....Teresa Perry, California State University, San Bernardino
  • Why Are Women’s and Men’s Work Lives Converging? Demography, Human Capital Investments and Lifetime Earnings. .....Joyce Jacobsen, Hobart and William Smith Colleges and Wesleyan University; Melanie Khamis, Wesleyan University; IZA; Mutlu Yuksel, Dalhousie University; IZA
  • Why Care for the Care Economy: Empirical Evidence from Nepal. .....Aashima Sinha, Levy Economics Institute of Bard College; Ashish Kumar Sedai, University of Texas at Arlington
130. Agent-based Models and Learning [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Dalton A

Organizer: Andreas Pape, Binghamton University
Chair: Thomas Bourany, University of Chicago
  • Evolving Sustainable Institutions In Agent Based Simulations With Learning. .....Christopher M Zosh, Binghamton University; Andreas Pape, Binghamton University; Todd Guilfoos, Rhode Island University; Peter DiCola, Northwestern University
  • Taking Stock of the Flows in a Monetary Circuit. .....Joffa Michele Applegate, Arizona State University
  • Activity-Based Demand For Transportation: An Application For The Region Of "La Nouvelle-Aquitaine (France). .....Moez Kilani, University of Littoral Opal Coast, France; Asma Werhani, University of Sousse, Tunisia; Seghir Zerguini, University of Bordeaux, France
  • Surfing Youtube: Searching For Algorithmic Overdependence Using Simulated Digital Content Platform Recommenders. .....Walter Stover, George Mason University

Panelists:
  • Christopher M Zosh, Binghamton University;
  • Joffa Michele Applegate, Arizona State University;
  • Moez Kilani, University of Littoral Opal Coast, France;
  • Walter Stover, George Mason University;
Discussants:
  • Troy Tassier, Fordham University
  • Andreas Pape, Binghamton University
  • Yixin Ren, Binghamton Univesity
  • Nency Dhameja, Binghamton University
131. Sports Economics II [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Public Garden

Organizers: Eva Marikova Leeds, Moravian University; Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists;
Chair: Jeremy Losak, Syracuse University
  • The Impact of Internet-based Media Racial Discrimination on Wage Gap in Professional Soccer Industry. .....Jiahang Zhang, Clark University
  • Reassessing Customer Discrimination in Local Market Television Viewership. .....Byungju Kang, Saint John Fisher University; Steven Salaga, University of Georgia; Michael Mondello, University of South Florida
  • The Impact of Income Inequality on Sport Achievement: Cross-National Analysis of Winter Olympic Games. .....Veronika Dolar, Pace University
  • Executive-Firm Geographic Match, Performance, and Executive Tenure: Evidence from NCAA Men's Basketball. .....Tyler Skinner, University of Georgia; Steven Salaga, University of Georgia

Panelists:
  • Jiahang Zhang, Clark University;
  • Byungju Kang, Saint John Fisher University;
  • Veronika Dolar, Pace University;
  • Tyler Skinner, University of Georgia;
Discussants:
  • Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists
  • Jane Ruseski, West Virginia University
  • Eva Marikova Leeds, Moravian University
  • Michael Leeds, Temple University
132. The Global South and the Political Economy of Domination and Dependency II [Organized Session [URPE]]
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Fairfax A
  • The stricken economy of Puerto Rico: What comes after Climate Disasters, Fiscal Control Boards, and Forced Migration?. .....Ricardo R Fuentes-Ramirez, University of Puerto Rico-Mayagüez
  • The political economy of dependency in Palestine: An agent-based simulation. .....Ibrahim Shikaki, Trinity College; Daniel Zhubin Younessi, The New School
  • Moorish Anthropocenes, European Structures. .....Mohamed Berrada, The New School
  • From a Spoke to a Hub with Spokes: A Case of South Korea. .....Woocheol Lee, GNU
133. The Working Class and the Political Economy of Work [Organized Session [URPE]]
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Fairfax B
  • Austerity and Food Insecurity in Europe, 2004-2021. .....Harry Konstantinidis, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Investigating Overwork, Work-Life Conflicts and Work-Time Reduction for US Teachers. .....Katherine A. Moos, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Noe Martin Wiener, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
134. [AERE-EEA #8] Fisheries. Session Sponsored by The Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) [Organized Session [AERE]]
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Riverway

Organizers: Loujaina Abdelwahed, The Cooper Union; Jimena Gonzalez-Ramirez, Manhattan College;
Chair: Nicholas B Irwin, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • The Seafood Trade and Nutritional Access. .....Yaqin Liu, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Martin Smith, Duke University; Tsugumi Yamashita, Clark University; Joshua Abbott, Arizona State University; Dustin Colson-Leaning, Duke University; David Dietz, Global Seafood Alliance; Adam Smyth, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
  • Bioeconomic Impact of Nutrient Pollution in Freshwater Fisheries: The Case of Yellow Perch in the St. Lawrence River, Quebec, Canada. .....Michelan Wilson, Colorado College; Edward Barbier, Colorado State University; Marc Mingelbier, MFFP Canada
  • Fuel Subsidies in the Global Fishing Network. .....Aaron Berman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Andrés de Loera, Harvard University
Discussants:
  • Andrés de Loera, Harvard University
  • Tsugumi Yamashita, Clark University
  • Michelan Wilson, Colorado College
135. Topics in Heterodox Economics III
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Arnold Arboretum

Organizers: Mattias Vernengo, Bucknell University; Esteban Pérez Caldentey, ECLAC;
Chair: Esteban Pérez Caldentey, ECLAC
  • Fiscal austerity and the stagnation of the Brazilian economy from 2015 to 2022. .....Guilherme Haluska Rodrigues de Sá, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Ricardo Summa, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
  • Reflections on Balance of Payments Constrained Growth. .....Juan Carlos Moreno-Brid, UNAM, Mexico
  • Price and Wage Inflation in Brazil: an empirical analysis from 1999 to 2022. .....Julia Braga, UFF and IPEA, Brazil
  • Thirlwall on Harrod. .....Esteban Pérez Caldentey, ECLAC
136. Issues in Political Economy 7: Finance
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Gardner
  • The Effect of Futures Trading on Market Information and Commodity Spot Price Volatility. .....Julianne La Tempa, Quinnipiac University
  • The Transition from Cash to Credit and Economic Growth: A Cross-Country Time Series Approach. .....Trevor Zachary Hastings, Furman University
  • A New Look at IPO Secondary Market Returns. .....Jackson Powell, Belmont University; Dustin Joseph Rumbaugh, Belmont University; John Gonas, Belmont University
  • Loss Aversion on Reinforcement Learning Investment Strategy. .....James Edward Novak, Davidson College
  • The impact of P2P lending on financial inclusion in the United States. .....Amanda Iskin, College of Wooster
Discussants:
  • Angela Gabriela Saquinaula, University of Connecticut
  • Jun Pu, Smith College
  • David Luke Neubig, Elon University
  • Savannah Lily Fish, University of Connecticut
  • Luke Michael Brown, Quinnipiac University
137. Factors Affecting Foreign Exchange Rates
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Hampton A

Chair: Helena Glebocki Keefe, Fairfield University
  • Foreign Exchange Risk Management across the Production Network. .....Wentong Chen, Cornell University; Jisu Hwang, Cornell University
  • Global Uncertainty and Exchange Rate Conditions: Assessing the Impact of Uncertainty Shocks in Emerging Markets and Advanced Economies. .....Helena Glebocki Keefe, Fairfield University
Discussants:
  • Helena Glebocki Keefe, Fairfield University
  • Fazlul Hoque Miah, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
  • Tjeerd Boonman, Monmouth University
138. How to get published in academic journals and how to do a review: Advice from Editors (Organized by the Review of Political Economy)
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Hampton B

Organizer: Louis Phillipe Rochon, Laurentian University
Chair: Louis Phillipe Rochon, Laurentian University

Panelists:
  • Julia Braga, UFF and IPEA, Brazil;
  • Steven Pressman, Monmouth University (emeritus) & New School for Social Research;
  • Louis Phillipe Rochon, Laurentian University;
139. Trade 1: Migration, Domestic Consumption and Tariffs
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Jamaica Pond

Chair: Clark Banach, MERICS (Mercator Institute for China Studies)
  • Export Diversification and Macroeconomic Shocks. .....Balazs Zelity, Wesleyan University
  • The complementarity or Substitutability between international trade and International migration: an empirical Study. .....Olawale David Adisa, Sacred Heart University
  • Export Quality and International Trade: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis. .....Shahroo Malik, Southern Illinois University
Discussants:
  • Clark Banach, MERICS (Mercator Institute for China Studies)
  • Praveena Bamunusingha Bandara, American University Washington DC
  • Carlos Schonerwald, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS)
140. Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | Olmsted

Chair: Jaehak Lee, University at Albany, SUNY
  • Entrepreneurship or Dealpreneurship? Empirical Analysis of the Startup vs. Buy Dilemma. .....Seni Hazzan, Pepperdine University; Nelson Granados, Pepperdine University; Richard Walton, Pepperdine University; Brian Headd, U.S. SBA
  • Natural Disasters and Economic Dynamism: Evidence from U.S. Entrepreneurial Activity. .....Omer Bayar, University of Evansville; Christopher Boudreaux, Florida Atlantic University; Todd Yarbrough, Pace University
  • Licensing Sequential Innovations. .....Camilo Rubbini, Florida State University; Joaquin Coleff, Universidad Nacional de La Plata (Argentina)
Discussants:
  • Hyun Moh Shin, Duke University
  • Jaehak Lee, University at Albany, SUNY
  • Camilo Rubbini, Florida State University
141. Child and Adolescent Health
Saturday | 11:00 am-12:20 pm | The Fens

Chair: Raymond Caraher, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • Does Birth Order Impact Educational Performance and Parental Investments in China?. .....Jinghan Kou, Fordham University
  • Women’s land ownership and children’s nutritional status: the impact of patrilineal and matrilineal systems in Malawi. .....Allison Shwachman Kaminaga, Bryant University; Hannah Beth Sheldon, Clark University
  • Predicting Adolescent Depression in the U.S. using a Two-Layered Ensemble Machine Learning Approach. .....I-Ming Chiu, Rutgers University Camden
  • The Influence of Household Characteristics on Child Labor in Nepal: An Empirical Study. .....Priniti Panday, Roger Williams University
Discussants:
  • Raymond Caraher, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • Emma Aurelie Bomfim, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
  • Hamid Noghanibehambari, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Nahid Tavassoli, university of wisconsin-milwaukee
142. Domestic Policy, Fertility, and Family Outcomes (CSWEP) [Organized Session [CSWEP]]
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Berkely A

Organizers: Joanna Venator, Boston College; Bilge Erten, Northeastern University;
Chair: Olga Shurchkov, Wellesley College
  • From Addiction to Aggression: The Spillover Effects of Opioid Policies on Intimate Partner Violence. .....Dhaval Dave, Bentley University & NBER; Bilge Erten, Northeastern University; Pinar Keskin, Wellesley College; Shuo Zhang, Northeastern University
  • Reproductive Policy Uncertainty and Contraceptive Choice. .....Kate Pennington, US Census; Joanna Venator, Boston College
  • Disparities and Differential Takeup in Supplemental Security Income: Evidence from Birthweight Eligibility Cutoffs. .....Melanie Guldi, University of Central Florida; Amelia Hawkins, Brandeis University; Jeffrey Hemmeter, Social Security Administration; Lucie Schmidt, Williams College
  • Abortion Access and Intimate Partner Violence. .....Aixa Garcia-Ramos, University of Passau; Mayra Pineda Torres, Georgia Institute of Technology

Panelists:
  • Bilge Erten, Northeastern University;
  • Joanna Venator, Boston College;
  • Amelia Hawkins, Brandeis University;
  • Mayra Pineda Torres, Georgia Institute of Technology;
Discussants:
  • Deniz Sanin, University of South Carolina
  • Linh To, Boston University
  • Mindy Marks, Northeastern University
  • Shuo Zhang, Northeastern University
143. Gender and Development [Organized Session [CSWEP]]
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Berkely B

Organizers: Nayantara Biswas, Clark University; Mai Mahmoud, Tufts University;
Chairs: Nayantara Biswas, Clark University; Mai Mahmoud, Tufts University;
  • Targeting of Food Aid Programs. .....Mai Mahmoud, Tufts University; Sikandra Kurdi, IFPRI; Mohamed El-karamany, Egyptian Food Bank
  • Too Hot to Handle: Impact of heat shocks on gender-disaggregated time allocation among labor in Nigeria. .....Manali Sovani, Tufts University
  • Breaking Barriers, Improving Access: Effect of Access to Delhi Metro on Women’s Lives. .....Manali Sovani, Tufts University
  • Can Community Health Workers Affect Reproductive Health Decisions? Evidence from India. .....Nayantara Biswas, Clark University
Discussants:
  • Nayantara Biswas, Clark University
  • Mai Mahmoud, Tufts University
  • Manali Sovani, Tufts University
144. Essays in Economic Policy [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Arnold Arboretum

Organizer: Ashley Provencher, Siena College
Chair: Ashley Provencher, Siena College

Panelists:
  • Poulomi Dasgupta, Siena College;
  • Thomas Liess, CUNY;
  • Scott Greenhalgh, Siena College;
  • Ashley Provencher, Siena College;
  • Matt Davis, Siena College;
  • Scott Trees, Siena College;
  • Daniel Solis, Siena College;
Discussants:
  • Matt Davis, Siena College
  • Scott Trees, Siena College
  • Poulomi Dasgupta, Siena College
  • Ashley Provencher, Siena College
145. Multi-agent systems [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Exeter A

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Y.K. Kim, University of Massachusetts - Boston
  • Comparative analysis of investment behavior in Macroeconomic Agent-Based Models: towards a benchmark specification. .....Italo Pedrosa, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Igor Faria de Araujo, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Gustavo Goulart Gomes, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
  • Classical Competition and Equilibrium. .....Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Peter Flaschel, Bielefeld University; Roberto Veneziani, Queen Mary University of London
  • The Economic Geography of Race Relations in Detroit: Movement of Capital, White Resistance and Immobility of Black Labor. .....Qasim Abbas, New School for Social Research

Panelists:
  • Italo Pedrosa, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro;
  • Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston;
  • Qasim Abbas, New School for Social Research;
Discussants:
  • Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Qasim Abbas, New School for Social Research
  • Italo Pedrosa, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
146. THE EASTERN ECONOMIC ASSOCIATION AT 50: A HISTORY & CELEBRATION [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Exeter B

Organizer: Steven Pressman, Monmouth University (emeritus) & New School for Social Research
  • Bergmann versus Becker in Early Feminist Economics. .....Giandomenica Becchio, University of Torino
  • Does Loss Aversion Invalidate the Cost-Benefit Principle?. .....Robert Frank, Cornell University
  • A History of the Eastern Economic Association: 50 Years of Finding Space for Pluralism and Inclusion in Economics. .....Sarah F Small, University of Utah; Laura Beltran-Figueroa, University of Utah; Leah Masci, New School for Social Research; Nishu Mehrish, New School for Social Research; Steven Pressman, Monmouth University (emeritus) & New School for Social Research; Riddiford Graham, The New School for Social Research
147. Inclusive Growth and Environmental Sustainability in Africa (sponsored by AFEA) [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Boston Commons

Organizer: MINA BALIAMOUNE, University of North Florida
Chair: MINA BALIAMOUNE, University of North Florida
  • Exploring the Complex Interplay Between Environmental, Social, and Economic Systems: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach to Develop a Strong Sustainability Index. .....Oumniya Agrandi, University Mohammed VI Polytechnic
  • The Nexus of Inequality and Structural Transformation in Africa. .....Steve Onyeiwu, Allegheny College
  • Industrial development and environmental quality in Africa. .....MINA BALIAMOUNE, University of North Florida
  • External debt burden, climate resilience and industrial development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Do institutional quality and resource abundance matter?. .....Uzochukwu Alutu, Columbia University

Panelists:
  • Oumniya Agrandi, University Mohammed VI Polytechnic;
  • Steve Onyeiwu, Allegheny College;
  • MINA BALIAMOUNE, University of North Florida;
  • Uzochukwu Alutu, Columbia University;
148. Environmental and Urban Policy [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Dalton A

Organizer: Christopher Ruebeck, Lafayette College
Chair: Zachary Dameon Modig, George Mason University, Federal Reserve Board of Governors
  • Understanding Community Resilience: Water Resources. .....Christopher Ruebeck, Lafayette College; Christa Kelleher, Lafayette College; Hongxing Liu, Lafayette College; Joy Zhou, Lafayette College
  • Modeling Local Housing Markets With Exogenous But Variable Interest Rates. .....John S. Schuler, Kukun Home Investment Intelligence
  • Agent-Based Modeling And Simulation Of The Systemic Effects Of Implementing The Lez In The Bordeaux Urban Area. .....Seghir Zerguini, University of Bordeaux, France; Simon Gorecki, IMS - University of Bordeaux; Nathalie Gaussier, Bordeaux School of Economics (BSE) - University of Bordeaux; Moez Kilani, University of Littoral Opal Coast, France
  • The Making Of A Climate Agreement: Inequality And Incentives In Climate Policy Design. .....Thomas Bourany, University of Chicago

Panelists:
  • Christopher Ruebeck, Lafayette College;
  • John S. Schuler, Kukun Home Investment Intelligence;
  • Seghir Zerguini, University of Bordeaux, France;
  • Thomas Bourany, University of Chicago;
Discussants:
  • Thomas Bourany, University of Chicago
  • Jason Barr, Rutgers University Newark
  • Christopher M Zosh, Binghamton University
  • Christopher Ruebeck, Lafayette College
149. Heterodox Approaches to Latin American macroeconomic issues [Organized Session [URPE]]
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Fairfax A

Organizer: Debora Machado Nunes, Colorado State University
Chair: Debora Machado Nunes, Colorado State University
  • Real effective exchange rate shocks and job quality by gender in Latin America. .....Debora Machado Nunes, Colorado State University
  • Commodity boom and structural change: evidence from Brazil. .....Vinicius Curti Cícero, Colorado State University
  • The Brazilian Manufacturing Rate of Surplus Value Between 2000 and 2017. .....Bruno Miller Theodosio, University of Utah
  • The Political Economy of Austerity in Brazil: A historical account of recent fiscal regime shifts and their implications for the fiscal budget. .....Henrique de Abreu Grazziotin, University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Panelists:
  • Debora Machado Nunes, Colorado State University;
  • Vinicius Curti Cícero, Colorado State University;
  • Henrique de Abreu Grazziotin, University of Massachusetts - Amherst;
  • Bruno Miller Theodosio, University of Utah;
150. Non-wage attacks on the working class [Organized Session [URPE]]
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Fairfax B
  • Food Assistance: Helping A Community Pantry Understand Their Market. .....Kurt Bryan von Seekamm, Salem State University; Cora Vaan Hazinga, Salem State University; Natasha Farina, Salem State University
  • Race, Space, and Place: A Spatial Analysis of Capability Deprivations & Community Punishment.. .....Sheena Yoon, University of Utah
151. [AERE-EEA #9] Water. Session Sponsored by The Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) [Organized Session [AERE]]
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Riverway

Organizers: Loujaina Abdelwahed, The Cooper Union; Jimena Gonzalez-Ramirez, Manhattan College;
Chair: Michelan Wilson, Colorado College
  • Policy trade-offs due to complimentary resource consumption: PV adoption and residential water use. .....Alecia Cassidy, University of Alabama, Department of Economics, Finance, and Legal Studies; Nicholas B Irwin, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Spilling over: The benefits of public works projects for groundwater in India. .....Arnold Behrer, The World Bank; Hemant Pullabhotla, Deakin university
  • Economic Evaluation of Dam Removal. .....Justine Nwanakwere, University of New Hampshire
Discussants:
  • Justine Nwanakwere, University of New Hampshire
  • Nicholas B Irwin, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
  • Arnold Behrer, The World Bank
152. Signalling, Bias and Porn
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Claredon A

Chairs: Donn Johnson, Quinnipiac University; Alexandre Olbrecht, Ramapo College;
  • Signaling Under Bilateral Uncertainty: Do Green Consumers Lead to More Greenwashing?. .....Dolores Garrido, Union College; Ana Espinola-Arrendodo, Washington State University; Felix Munoz-Garcia, Washington State University
  • Information Asymmetry in Job Search. .....Michelle Jiang, Columbia University
  • Spatial model of media bias: a game of investment and selective reporting. .....Abhinaba Nandy, Grinnell College
  • Pornography Usage During Adolescence: Does it Lead to Risky Sexual Behavior?. .....Hamida Mubasshera, Temple University
Discussants:
  • Dolores Garrido, Union College
  • Michelle Jiang, Columbia University
  • Abhinaba Nandy, Grinnell College
  • Hamida Mubasshera, Temple University
153. Economic History
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Forest Hills

Chair: Benton Tucker Wishart, The Ohio State University
  • Copernicus and Keynes, Practioners Who Changed Theory. .....Timothy Kearney, Centenary University
  • Unveiling the Signaling Power of "Efficient Goods": Exploring Conspicuous Consumption in the US during 1920s. .....Emre Balikci, Boise State University
  • Racial Housing Covenants: The Case of a Southern U.S. City. .....Jermaine Toney, Rutgers University; James Kelly, Rutgers University; Alex Hoffman, City of El Paso
  • Her Property Transactions: White Women and the Frequency of Female Ownership in the Antebellum Era. .....Benton Tucker Wishart, The Ohio State University; Trevon D Logan, Ohio State University
Discussants:
  • James Marshall, Muhlenberg College
  • Timothy Kearney, Centenary University
  • Emre Balikci, Boise State University
  • Jermaine Toney, Rutgers University
154. Issues in Political Economy 8: Race and Inequality
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Gardner
  • The WWI Draft and the Economic Status of Black Americans. .....Meredith Natalie Newman, American University
  • Student Loan Debt & The Racial Wealth Gap. .....Christina Marie Alescio, Elon University
  • Understanding Disparity between Black and White Voter Turnout. .....Campbell Joseph Lomel, Furman University; Mya Tran, Furman University; Andrew Reese Strohman, Furman University
  • Subway Lines and Social Divides: Analyzing Transit Disparities in NYC's Neighborhood. .....Hodan Abdirahman, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
  • The Enduring Connection: Redlining, Race, and the Ongoing Disparities in Breast Cancer Mortality Rates Among Black Women. .....Liam Walker, College of Wooster
Discussants:
  • Sarah Nasaka, Hartwick College
  • Ryan Michael Coutu, Stonehill College
  • Nickolas Ian Remish, University of Mary Washington
  • Sam Sheng, Davidson College
  • Matthew Dilllon Talarico, Stonehill College
155. Dolla Dolla Bill
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Hampton A

Chair: Chen Chen, Brandeis University
  • One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: The Wage Dynamics of Low-Skill Work. .....Jeffrey J Yankow, Furman University
  • Equal Pay Transparency in Colorado— Employer Responses. .....Chen Meng, Kean University; James Bessen, Boston University; Erich Denk, Boston University
  • Minimum Wage as a Poverty-Alleviation Tool in the Face of Powerful Employers. .....Carlena Kay Ficano, Hartwick College
  • Worker Welfare in the Gig Economy. .....Jack Welcome Fisher, Harvard Business School
Discussants:
  • Christopher John Fernandez Cruz, Grand Valley State University
  • Christa Marr, Fitchburg State University
  • Chen Chen, Brandeis University
  • Uttara Balakrishnan, American Institutes for Research
156. Industrialization and Development
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Hampton B

Chair: Fernando Barreiro-Pereira, Spanish University for Distance Education
  • Industrialization and Club Convergence. .....Christos Pargianas, University of Scranton
  • Measuring the Positive Effects of Financial Development on Life Expectancy in Developing Countries. .....Michael D. Boldin, Lehigh University
  • Shaping Perceptions: The Impact of Chinese Aid and Domestic Media Freedom on Public Attitudes Toward Chinese Leadership in Developing Nations. .....Narayani Sritharan, AidData; Sarah Wozniak, William & Mary; Jonathan Solis, AidData
  • The Kaldor-Verdoorn Law under alternative conceptualizations of the labor market. .....Manya Budhiraja, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Discussants:
  • Fernando Barreiro-Pereira, Spanish University for Distance Education
  • Yiyu Xing, Auburn University
  • Victor Carvalho da Costa, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
  • Manya Budhiraja, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
157. Industrial Organization I
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Jamaica Pond

Chair: Laszlo Goerke, IAAEU - Trier University
  • Reputational Costs and Information Disclosure: Evidence from eBay. .....Ahmed Eddhir, Centre College
  • The Price Discrimination in the Two-sided Food Delivery Market. .....Yizhao Wang, St. Lawrence University
  • Business Stealing + Economic Rent = Insufficient Entry? - An Integrative Framework. .....Laszlo Goerke, IAAEU - Trier University; Alberto Palermo, University of Roehampton; Marco de Pinto, University of Applied Labour Studies
  • Investigating Airline Mergers in the Context of the 2023 Draft Horizontal Merger Guidelines. .....Brendan Noah McDowell, University of Maryland, College Park
Discussants:
  • Laszlo Goerke, IAAEU - Trier University
  • Brendan Noah McDowell, University of Maryland, College Park
  • Yizhao Wang, St. Lawrence University
  • Ahmed Eddhir, Centre College
158. ESG and Decentralized Finance
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Public Garden

Chair: Aram Balagyozyan, The University of Scranton
  • Poverty Free World via Happytalism and MicroCreditToken. .....Aziz Akgül, Turkish Foundation for Waste Reduction
  • Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Financing and Consumer Financial Outcomes. .....Siobhan McAlister, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; Ryan Sandler, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Climate Risk and Bank Performance. .....Vikas Soni, University of South Florida
  • Impact of ESG on Firm Financial Performance. .....Ralph Sonenshine, American University
  • Rural Poverty, Economic Growth, and Environmental Challenges in India: A Call for Targeted Intervention. .....Babita Srivastava, William Paterson University
Discussants:
  • Aram Balagyozyan, The University of Scranton
  • Christophe Van Langenhove, Ghent University
  • Kaitlyn Kruszewski, University of Scanton
159. 7th Godley Tobin Lecture (Organized by ROKE)
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | Republic Ballroom

Organizer: Mattias Vernengo, Bucknell University
  • Beyond the NAIRU. .....Antonelli Stirati, Università degli Studi Roma Tre
160. Finance, Instability and Inequality: Third of Three Sessions sponsored by the Young Scholars Initiative/Institute of New Economic Thinking.
Saturday | 12:30 pm-1:50 pm | The Fens

Organizer: Sylvio Kappes, Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil.
Chair: Sarah Pessoa, Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil
  • Sovereign Financing for Community Health Worker Programs in Africa. .....Brandon James Istenes, Levy Institute for Economics
  • The GC Wealth Project: A Data Warehouse on the Topography, Inequality, Taxation, and Inheritance of Wealth. .....Maximillian Longmuir, Stone Center on Socio-Economic Inequality / The Graduate Center at City University of New York
  • Institutional changes, aggregate demand, income shares and wealth distribution: a model of secular stagnation. .....Vinicius Curti Cícero, Colorado State University
  • Minsky’s Financial Instability Hypothesis in a post-Keynesian short-run model. .....Armando Alvarez, The New School for Social Research
161. Labor Market Disparities [Organized Session [CSWEP]]
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Berkely B

Organizer: Yana Rodgers, Rutgers University
Chair: Shiyi Chen, SUNY Oneonta
  • Social ties and first child birth: a motherhood's network penalty. .....Iris Laugier, Université Laval
  • The COVID-19, Work from Home, and Racial Attitudes. .....Shiyi Chen, SUNY Oneonta
  • Decoding the connection: Telehealth legislation, Broadband infusion and Workforce Disparity. .....Piyush Arun Gade, Albany
162. Economic Development and Education [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Arnold Arboretum

Organizer: Zadia Maria Feliciano, Queens College, CUNY
Chair: Zadia Maria Feliciano, Queens College, CUNY
  • The Legacy of Agent Orange: Prenatal Exposure to Dioxin and Human Capital Formation.. .....Thao Bui, Queens College CUNY
  • The Impact of Exchange Rate Volatility and Exchange Rate Regimes on International Trade of CIS Countries. .....Bo-Young Choi, Kyungpook National University
  • Does Funding Matter for Education Outcomes? Evidence from the Dominican Republic. .....Dorian Abreu, CUNY Queens College
  • Puerto Rican Migrants to the US Mainland Post-Hurricane Maria. .....Zadia Maria Feliciano, Queens College, CUNY

Panelists:
  • Thao Bui, Queens College CUNY;
  • Bo-Young Choi, Kyungpook National University;
  • Dorian Abreu, CUNY Queens College;
  • Zadia Maria Feliciano, Queens College, CUNY;
Discussants:
  • Dorian Abreu, CUNY Queens College
  • Zadia Maria Feliciano, Queens College, CUNY
  • Thao Bui, Queens College CUNY
  • Bo-Young Choi, Kyungpook National University
163. Monopsony 5: The Role of Firms [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Claredon A

Organizers: Kate Bahn, Urban Institute; Martin Friedrich, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Elke Jahn, Universität Bayreuth; Michael Oberfichtner, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Martin Popp, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Todd Andrew Sorensen, University of California, Merced;
Chair: Todd Andrew Sorensen, University of California, Merced
  • The Effect of Large Firm Entry on Wage Distribution and Skill Demand. .....Alaa Amr Badawy Abdelfattah, university of California, davis; Layla O'Kane, Lightcast
  • The fall and rebound of average establishment size in West Germany. .....Tim Kovalenko, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg; Timo Sauerbier, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg; Benedikt Schröpf, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
  • Firm Expansion in Imperfect Labor Markets. .....Martin Friedrich, IAB Institute for Employment Research; Ines Helm, LMU Munich; Uta Schönberg, University of Hong Kong
164. Inflation and conflict [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Exeter A

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Daniele Tavani, Colorado State University
  • Conflict inflation: natural rates of unemployment, Keynesian path dependency or Marxian cumulation?. .....Peter Skott, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • Conflict, inertia, and Phillips curve from a Sraffian standpoint. .....Franklin Serrano, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Ricardo Summa, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Guilherme Spinato Morlin, University of Pisa
  • Optimal inflation targeting with anchoring. .....Tom Michl, Colgate University; Robert Rowthorn, Cambridge University

Panelists:
  • Peter Skott, University of Massachusetts - Amherst;
  • Ricardo Summa, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro;
  • Tom Michl, Colgate University;
Discussants:
  • Ricardo Summa, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
  • Tom Michl, Colgate University
  • Peter Skott, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
165. Savings and Financial Markets [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Dalton A

Organizer: Eric Osborne-Christenson, Pace University
Chair: Mary Kaltenberg, Pace University
  • What Effect Does the Rise in Public Debt have on the Change in Equity Prices?. .....Marvin Henry, Pace University; Jackie Wong, Pace University
  • Understanding the Federal Reserve. .....Liam Chentoufi, Pace University
  • Measuring the Impact of Combining Savings Vehicles on Confidence. .....Giselle Garriga, Pace University
Discussants:
  • Shadman Rahman, Pace University
  • Brandon Diaz, Pace University
  • Izzy Vargas-Soto, Pace University
166. National Association of Forensic Economics III [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Public Garden

Organizer: Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists
Chair: Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists
  • Estimating Damages in Wrongful Incarceration Cases. .....Steven Shapiro, Analytic Resources
  • Using Cell Phone Records to Gauge Inflation Movements by Metro Area. .....Thomas Young, Econometrics Studios
Discussants:
  • Craig Allen, Legal Malpractice Litigation
  • Robert Baumann, College of the Holy Cross
167. The Political Economy of Gender [Organized Session [URPE]]
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Fairfax A
  • An exploration of macroeconomic measures of global value chains and gendered employment outcomes. .....
  • Transgender Political Economy. .....Rob Haggar, colorado state university
168. Marx and Marxist Political Economy [Organized Session [URPE]]
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Fairfax B
  • “FORM-GIVING FIRE,” OR “SURPLUS-PRODUCING?” MARX AND HIS LABORS. .....Faruk Eray Düzenli, St. Mary`s College of Maryland
  • Revisiting Marx's Social Ontology. .....Keoka Grayson, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
  • Marx, Happiness and the Cold War Impact on the American Experiment. .....
  • Necessary and Surplus Labor: Capitalism and Socialim. .....Paddy Quick, Union for Radical Political Economics
169. [AERE-EEA #10] Energy. Session Sponsored by The Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) [Organized Session [AERE]]
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Riverway

Organizers: Loujaina Abdelwahed, The Cooper Union; Jimena Gonzalez-Ramirez, Manhattan College;
Chair: Julia Berazneva, Middlebury College
  • Equity in Residential Solar Photovoltaic Adoption: Evidence from New Mexico. .....Yuting Yang, University of New Mexico; Jiaqing Zhao, University of New Mexico
  • U.S. residential energy tax credits: Distributional impacts, expenditures, and changes since 2006. .....Isla Globus-Harris, Colgate University; David Coyne, US Treasury
  • Wildfire, Power Shutoff, and Residential Solar plus Storage Adoption. .....Minhong Xu, New York University
  • On the subtle effect of governmental decentralization on the generation of renewable electricity.. .....Tobias Albrecht, Universitat de Barcelona; Mònica Serrano, Universitat de Barcelona; Enrique Enrique López-Bazo, Universitat de Barcelona
Discussants:
  • Isla Globus-Harris, Colgate University
  • Tobias Albrecht, Universitat de Barcelona
  • Minhong Xu, New York University
  • Jiaqing Zhao, University of New Mexico
170. Government Policy and Debt
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Forest Hills

Chair: Mitu Ashraf, UNC-Pembroke
  • How Important is the U.S. Debt. .....Devaki Chandra, None during the scholastic year
  • Assessing the Detrimental Effect of Illicit Bitcoin Transactions on Tax Revenues. .....Comlanvi Martin Konou, Al Akhawayn University
  • Disability and Food Insecurity: The Benefits of the ACA Medicaid Expansion in Reducing Food Insecurity for the Disabled. .....Martina Vidovic, Rollins College; Astha Sen, Georgia State University; Anca Voicu, Rollins College
  • Social Security Administration’s Growing Interest in the Child Tax Credit and Other Child-Driven Income Support Program. .....Madelaine L’Esperance, University of Alabama; Jevay Grooms, Howard University; Shogher Ohannessian, University of California - Los Angeles; Timothy Timothy Smeeding, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Discussants:
  • Mitu Ashraf, UNC-Pembroke
  • Adedayo Ogunniran, University of Mississippi
  • Labanyalata Roy, Middle Tennessee State University
171. Issues in Political Economy 9: Environmental
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Gardner

Chair: Nickolas Ian Remish, University of Mary Washington
  • The Impact of Political Freedom on Resource Depletion. .....Joseph Hopper Melin, American University
  • Carbon Taxes and Renewable Energy Transition: An Empirical Analysis of European Policies and Implications. .....Sydney Lauren Jacobs, Smith College
  • How Do Floods Impact Agriculture? An Empirical Analysis of United States Flood and Agriculture Data. .....Nicholas Mark Velardi, Bryant University
  • Service sectors effect on CO2 correcting for energy types.. .....jim mahony, hartwick college
  • An Environmental Justice Angle on Recreation Angling: Explaining Racial and Class Differences in Toxic Fish Exposure. .....Isabelle Anrui Zheng, Smith College
Discussants:
  • Liam Walker, College of Wooster
  • Christina Marie Alescio, Elon University
  • Hodan Abdirahman, Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
  • Meredith Natalie Newman, American University
  • Mya Tran, Furman University
172. Law and Economics
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Hampton A

Chair: James Marshall, Muhlenberg College
  • Constitutional Carry, Stand-Your-Ground Laws and Defensive Firearm Use. .....Mark Gius, Quinnipiac University
  • Homelessness and Crime: An Examination of California. .....Benjamin M Artz, university of wisconsin oshkosh; David Welsch, University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
  • What Are the Useful Pretrial Signals? An Empirical Test of GitHub Copyright Notice. .....Ji Li, University of Texas at Dallas; Pengfei Zhang, University of Texas - Dallas
  • Long-Term Effects of Criminal Justice System Interactions When Young. .....Joy Kanengiser, West Virginia University; Brian McCannon, West Virginia University
  • Split Mortgage Loans and Foreclosures: Evidence using Data from HMDA and Registries of Deeds. .....Gbetonmasse Somasse, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Discussants:
  • Mark Gius, Quinnipiac University
  • Benjamin M Artz, university of wisconsin oshkosh
  • Ji Li, University of Texas at Dallas
  • Gbetonmasse Somasse, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
173. Central Banking, Monetary Policy and Gender (Organized by the Monetary Policy Institute)
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Hampton B

Organizers: Sylvio Kappes, Federal University of Alagoas, Brazil.; Guillaume Vallet, Université de Grenoble-Alpes; Louis Phillipe Rochon, Laurentian University;
  • Women are not Doves: The politics of presence and ideas in central banking. .....Nathalie Marins, Boston University
  • Women in Central Banking: A focus on the controversial power-authority relation. .....Guillaume Vallet, Université de Grenoble-Alpes
  • Demand-side constraints and job quality by gender in Latin América. .....Debora Machado Nunes, Colorado State University
174. Education and Health
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Jamaica Pond

Chair: Vivian Carstensen, Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences and Arts and Leibniz University Hannover
  • Flush to Flourish: Exploring early sanitation access and childhood cognitive evolution. .....Lackson Daniel Mudenda, Colby College
  • A pain in the AS: the socioeconomic implications of Ankylosing Spondylitis. .....Hannah Beth Sheldon, Clark University
  • The Causal Impact of Education on Mental Health and Explanatory Mechanisms. .....Aysun Hiziroglu Aygun, University of Minnesota; Abdullah Tirgil, Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University
  • Early-Onset Disability, Education Investments, and Social Insurance. .....Robert Millard, Stony Brook University
  • An Analysis of the Highest Degree Completed. .....Freddy Siahaan, Shippensburg University
Discussants:
  • Vivian Carstensen, Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences and Arts and Leibniz University Hannover
  • Freddy Siahaan, Shippensburg University
  • Pete Pridanonda, University of California, Riverside
175. Obesity, Diabetes and Mortality
Saturday | 2:00 pm-3:20 pm | Olmsted

Chair: Adam Biener, Lafayette College
  • The Effect of Weight Loss Product Advertising on Nutritional Choice and Physical Activity. .....Chandrayee Chatterjee, Southwestern University; Ayan Ghosh Dastidar, Clark University
  • Trade Shocks and Racial Disparities: The Health Impact of Japanese Imports on U.S. Mortality Rates. .....Pinka Chatterji, University at Albany SUNY; Chun-Yu Ho, University at Albany SUNY; Quan Qi, SUNY, University at Albany
  • Weighing in: Does Reliance on Body Mass Index Exacerbate Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Obesity Treatment?. .....Adam Biener, Lafayette College
  • Medicaid Expansion and Diabetes Outcomes. .....Sadia Farzana, Northwestern University
Discussants:
  • Pinka Chatterji, University at Albany SUNY
  • David Dranove, Northwestern University
  • Cole Hartman, Union College
  • Pinka Chatterji, University at Albany SUNY
176. Wine Tasting
Saturday | 3:30 pm-4:30 pm | Republic Ballroom

Chairs: Alexandre Olbrecht, Ramapo College; Brad Humphreys, West Virginia University;
177. Gender and the Labor Market [Organized Session [CSWEP]]
Saturday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Berkely B

Organizer: Yana Rodgers, Rutgers University
Chair: Giovanni Razzu, University of Reading
  • Gender Differences in Response to Application Costs on the Job Market. .....Alexandra Opanasets, Boston College
  • Gender, language and performance in an international organisation. .....Giovanni Razzu, University of Reading; Almudena Sevilla, London School of Economics; Marina Della Giusta, University of Turin; Sylvia Jaworska, University of Reading
  • The Role of Gender Comparisons in Determining Reference Wage and Labor Supply. .....Anastassiya Karaban, University of Connecticut
  • Gender wage gap and the role of cumulative labor market relative intermittency gap - A conditional mean and quantile evidence from the PSID. .....Kusum Mundra, Rutgers University
178. Edward Elgar Handbook on Women in Heterodox Economics: Past, Present and Future [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Arnold Arboretum

Organizer: Alexandra Bernasek, Colorado State University
Chair: Lynne Chester, University of Sydney

Panelists:
  • Sarah F Small, University of Utah;
  • Alexandra Bernasek, Colorado State University;
  • ANN Elizabeth Davis, marist college;
179. Inequality and distributional issues [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Exeter A

Organizers: Jonathan Cogliano, University of Massachusetts Boston; Leila Davis, University of Massachusetts Boston; Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
Chair: Emanuele Citera, St. Lawrence University
  • The impact of Baby Boomer bequest on wealth inequality. .....Ansel Schiavone, St. John's University
  • Structural change and poverty: evidence from India. .....Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Group Conflict, Racial Inequality, and Stratification. .....Brendan Brundage, Colorado State University; Daniele Tavani, Colorado State University

Panelists:
  • Ansel Schiavone, St. John's University;
  • Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston;
  • Daniele Tavani, Colorado State University;
Discussants:
  • Rishabh Kumar, University of Massachusetts Boston
  • Daniele Tavani, Colorado State University
  • Ansel Schiavone, St. John's University
180. Global Perspective of Care Economy: Insights from Brazil, Columbia and the US [Organized Session by an Individual]
Saturday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Forest Hills

Organizer: Yazgi Genc, University of Utah
Chair: Yazgi Genc, University of Utah
  • Addressing Care to Accelerate Equality. .....Tanima Ahmed, World Bank
  • The role of gender and care work in underdeveloped capitalism: the case of Brazil.. .....Lygia Sabbag Fares, ohn Jay College (City University of New York - CUNY)
  • Childcare in Context: How Stratum and Class Shape Gender Roles in Colombian Households. .....Laura Beltran-Figueroa, University of Utah
  • Access to Child Care Subsidies But For Who?. .....Yazgi Genc, University of Utah

Panelists:
  • Tanima Ahmed, World Bank;
  • Lygia Sabbag Fares, ohn Jay College (City University of New York - CUNY);
  • Laura Beltran-Figueroa, University of Utah;
  • Yazgi Genc, University of Utah;
181. EEJ-sponsored session on Development [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Boston Commons

Organizers: Charles Richard Higgins, Colgate University; Julie K Smith, Lafayette College;
Chair: Daniel Riera Crichton, Bates College
  • Support Prices, Input Subsidies, and Misallocation in Agriculture. .....Pubali Chakraborty, Bates College; Anand Chopra, University of Liverpool; Lalit Contractor, Ashoka University
  • Are Public Investment and Education Expenditures Productive in the Argentine Case? A FMOLS and DOLS Analysis, 1960-2019.. .....Miguel Ramirez, Trinity College
  • Evaluation of financial aid programs in the US. .....Lhakpa Sherpa, The university of the South
  • Measuring Global Economic Activity Using Air Pollution. .....Daniel Riera Crichton, Bates College; Stephen Morris, Amazon; Martin Rama, World Bank; Irene Ezran, World Bank

Panelists:
  • Pubali Chakraborty, Bates College;
  • Miguel Ramirez, Trinity College;
  • Lhakpa Sherpa, The university of the South;
  • Daniel Riera Crichton, Bates College;
182. Networks, Firms, and Labor [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Dalton A

Organizer: Troy Tassier, Fordham University
Chair: Christopher Ruebeck, Lafayette College
  • Agent Based Simulation Of The Linkages Between Construction Loans, Mortgages And Prices. .....Jacky Mallett, Reykjavik University
  • The Dynamics Of Diversity On Corporate Boards. .....Matthias Raddant, CSH Vienna / TU Graz; Fariba Karimi, TU Graz
  • Deep Q-Learning Of Wage Offers On Online Labor Platforms: The Effect Of Algorithm Design. .....Michael Neugart, Technische Universität Darmstadt; Herbert Dawid, Bielefeld University; Philipp Harting, Bielefeld University
  • Labor Migration Networks: An Agent-Based Approach With Remote Dynamics. .....Zachary Dameon Modig, George Mason University, Federal Reserve Board of Governors

Panelists:
  • Jacky Mallett, Reykjavik University;
  • Matthias Raddant, CSH Vienna / TU Graz;
  • Michael Neugart, Technische Universität Darmstadt;
  • Zachary Dameon Modig, George Mason University, Federal Reserve Board of Governors;
Discussants:
  • John S. Schuler, Kukun Home Investment Intelligence
  • Christopher Ruebeck, Lafayette College
  • Cheuk Yin Jeffrey Mo, Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Michael Neugart, Technische Universität Darmstadt
183. National Association of Forensic Economics IV [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Public Garden

Organizer: Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists
Chair: Marc Weinstein, Team Economics
  • Net Discount Rates, Facility Care, and Home Nursing Care. .....Victor Matheson, North American Association of Sports Economists
  • Net Discount Rates and the Return of Inflation. .....Robert Baumann, College of the Holy Cross; David Schap, College of the Holy Cross
Discussants:
  • Thomas Young, Econometrics Studios
  • Armando Rodriguez, University of New Haven
184. Topics in Inequality [Organized Session by Sponsoring Organization]
Saturday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | The Fens

Organizer: Tanadej Vechsuruck, University of Rhode Island
Chair: Tanadej Vechsuruck, University of Rhode Island
  • Mind the (Racial Wealth) Gap: Results from the SCF 2022. .....Robert B. Williams, Guilford College
  • Shaking Off Inequity: Racial Disparities in Health Within Socioeconomic Indexes. .....Jake Jennings, California State University - Chico; Iris Buder, Idaho State University

Panelists:
  • Robert B. Williams, Guilford College;
  • Bakou Mertens, Ghent University;
  • Jake Jennings, California State University - Chico;
  • Iris Buder, Idaho State University;
185. Intraclass Difference and Shifting Conceptions of Class [Organized Session [URPE]]
Saturday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Fairfax A

Organizer: Zoe Sherman, Merrimack College
  • Who is Human? The Human-Nature Binary and the Land-Labor-Capital Triad. .....Zoe Sherman, Merrimack College
  • Black Versus White Value of the Labor Power in the US: 1930s – 2020s. .....Michael Hillard, University of Southern Maine
  • Financialization, fictitious capital, and US capitalist class exceptionalism. .....Richard McIntyre, University of Rhode Island

Panelists:
  • Zoe Sherman, Merrimack College;
  • Richard McIntyre, University of Rhode Island;
  • Michael Hillard, University of Southern Maine;
186. Moving Beyond Capitalism [Organized Session [URPE]]
Saturday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Fairfax B
  • Managing Critical Mineral Scarcity With State Planning: The Case of the US During WWII. .....Evan Wasner, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Modeling an Urban Cooperative as an Alternative to PCP in the Global South. .....Arnulfo Alberto Emiliano, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • Breaking the Cash Nexus: The Key to Subverting the Hegemony in US Healthcare. .....Robert Kemp, KempHE
  • Crisis Theories. .....Al Campbell, University of Utah
187. [AERE-EEA #11] Behavioral & Environmental Economics. Session Sponsored by The Association of Environmental and Resource Economists (AERE) [Organized Session [AERE]]
Saturday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Riverway

Organizers: Loujaina Abdelwahed, The Cooper Union; Jimena Gonzalez-Ramirez, Manhattan College;
Chair: Shotaro Nakamura, UC Davis
  • TIME AND RISK PREFERENCES AND SUPPORT FOR CLIMATE POLICY. .....Julia Berazneva, Middlebury College; Jeff Carpenter, Middlebury College; Peter H. Matthews, Middlebury College; Delaney Sullivan, Middlebury College
  • Electric Vehicle Sharing: Crowding Adoption Out or In?. .....Ruozi Song, The World Bank; Jonathan Libgober, University of Southern California
Discussants:
  • Ruozi Song, The World Bank
  • Julia Berazneva, Middlebury College
188. Issues in Political Economy 10: Industrial Organization and Sports
Saturday | 3:30 pm-4:50 pm | Gardner

Chair: Anastassiya Bukova, Indiana State University
  • IMPACT OF NON-COMPETE AGREEMENTS ON WAGES AND HIRING. .....Sarah Nasaka, Hartwick College
  • Buyer’s Remorse: An Analysis of the Winner’s Curse in European Professional Soccer. .....Ryan Michael Coutu, Stonehill College
  • Watch Out! Explaining the Skyrocketing Prices of Luxury Timepieces. .....Nickolas Ian Remish, University of Mary Washington
  • Network, Incomplete Information and Mismatch. .....Sam Sheng, Davidson College
  • Drive for Show, Putt for Dough: Still Relevant? Or an Adage?. .....Matthew Dilllon Talarico, Stonehill College
Discussants:
  • Joseph Hopper Melin, American University