Seminars are held Tuesdays 1:00–2:30 p.m. in Bldg. E62-346. Lunch will be held before the seminar, from 12:30–1:00 p.m.
|September 11||Welcome Back Round Table Session|
|September 18||Alan Benson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Do agents game their agents’ behavior? Evidence from Sales Managers
|September 25||Erin Kelly, University of Minnesota
Changing workplaces to reduce work-family conflict: Early evidence from the work, family and health study
|October 2||Laura Lopez-Sanders, University of California – Berkeley
Why Don’t Managers Get What they Want?: The Dynamics of Racial Turnover in an Industrial Organization.
|October 9||No Seminar|
|October 16||Ezra Zuckerman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Hierarchy is Alienating and Fosters Perfunctory Performance, So Why Are Firms Ubiquitous and Why Do Some Firms Elicit Strong Identification and Consummate Performance?
|October 23||Benjamin Rissing, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Statistical or Preference-based Theoretical Accounts of Inequality in the Employment of Foreign Nationals
|October 30||Hiram Samel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Upgrading under volatility in Global Economy
|November 6||Kathleen Thelen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
|November 13||Frank Levy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Is college still worth it? A California story
|November 20||Colleen Flaherty Manchester, University of Minnesota
Employer-Provided Retirement Plans and Employee Mobility
|November 27||Eli Friedman, Cornell University
Economic Development and Sectorial Unions in China: The Cases of Guangdong and Zhejiang
|December 4||Jeff Sallaz, University of Arizona
Your Paper Has Been Outsourced: How Firms Use Supply Chains to Streamline Science
|December 11||Bruce Western, Harvard University
All are welcome to attend any of the seminars. Send an email to be added to our mailing list.
Past IWER Seminar Schedules