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May 3, 2024
"Incentive Complexity, Bounded Rationality and Effort Provision"
Collin Raymond, Associate Professor, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business
Room 2130

April 19, 2024
Difficult Decisions” (with David Walker-Jones and Lanny Zrill)
Yoram Halevy, Professor of Economics, University of Toronto
Room 5301

April 5, 2024
"Aversion to Complexity, with Applications to Simple Contracts Simple Tax Systems and the Cost of Inflation"
Xavier Gabaix
, Professor of Economics, Harvard University
Room 4101

November 17, 2023
"Simplicity Equivalents
Ryan Oprea
, Professor of Economics, UC Santa Barbara
Room 4101

October 27, 2023
"Exploring Incentive Designs: Evidence from Vaccination Experiments"
Devin Pope
, Professor of Behavior Science and Economics
Room 4101

May 26, 2023

Shakar Kariv, Professor of Economics, Berkeley
Room 4101

Dec 2, 2022

"Uncovering Expert Views from Time to Decision"
Stefano DellaVigna, Distinguished Professor of Economics and Professor of Business Administration, Berkeley

Nov 14, 2022
"From Rivals to Partners: Capital, State Coercion, and the Rise of Modern Economic Growth" (with Lukas Leucht and Noam Yuchtman)
Ernesto Dal Bo, Associate Professor of Economics, Berkeley

Nov 7, 2022
"Incentives for Learning in Repeated Elections"
Andrew Mack, Professor of Economics, Princeton

Oct 24, 2022
"An Organizational Theory of State Capacity (with Mike Ting)"
Erik Snowberg, Marriner S. Eccles Presidential Chair and Professor of Finance, University of Utah

Oct 14, 2022
"Over and Underreaction to Information: A Unified Approach"
Alex Imas, Associate Professor of Behavioral Science and Economics, University of Chicago Booth School of Business

Oct 10, 2022
"Contract Enforcement in a Stateless Economy"
Sultan Mehmood, Professor of Economics, New Economic School in Moscow

May 27, 2021
Alex Imas, Assistant Professor of Behavioral Science and Economics, University of Chicago Booth School of Business

April 29, 2021
"Visual Attention and Simple Choice"
Antonio Rangel, Bing Professor of Neuroscience, Behavioral Biology, and Economics, California Institute of Technology

Feb 28, 2020
"Are High-Interest Loans Predatory? Theory and Evidence from Payday Lending"
Dmitry Taubinsky, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of California, Berkeley

Nancy L. Schwartz Memorial Lecture

The Nancy L. Schwartz Memorial Lecture series was established by her family, colleagues, and friends to her memory. The lectures present issues of fundamental importance in current economic theory.

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