2017

University of Montreal, Department of Economics.

University of Toronto, Department of Economics.

University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business.

NBER ISOM meeting, Vilnius.

Vrij Universiteit (VU University), Amsterdam.

Bruegel European Think Tank, Assessing Macroeconomic Impacts using Micro Data, a panel with Richard Blundell and Helmut Kraemer.

University of Southern California, Economics department, Dornsife College of Letters, Arts, and Science, Los Angeles.

Kraksfond Workshop on City Structure, Copenhagen, Denmark.

2016

World Bank, Development Research Group, Washington D.C.

HEC Montreal.

Urban Economics Association annual conference, Minneapolis.

University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business, CURE meeting, September.

Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau.

New York University, joint seminar in NYC with NYU Stern’s Urbanization Project, NYU’s Furman Center for Real Estate, and the Marron Institute for Urban Management.

2015

London School of Economics, “Job Displacement and Crime”.

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, July 2015. Slides

Attending by invitation NBER Summer Institute 2015.

International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, Credit Standards and Segregation. Slides

2014

NBER Political Economy group, organized by Alberto Alesina. April meeting.

New York University, Economics seminar, Abu Dhabi campus.

2013

Georgetown Business School, Center for Business and Public Policy.

Maxwell School, Syracuse University, New York.

Duke University, Economics department.

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.

IESE Business School, Barcelona.

University of Hamburg

2012

Urban Economics Conference, Ottawa, Canada. “Real Estate Brokers and the Dynamics of Segregation” Slides

Econometric Society, 66th European Meeting, Malaga, Spain. “Credit Standards and Segregation”

Rimini Conference in Economics and Finance, University of Toronto, Canada “Credit Standards and Segregation”

North American Summer Meeting of the Econometric Society, Evanston, IL.

The American Real Estate and Urban Economics Association meeting, Washington D.C. “Credit Standards and Segregation”

Paris School of Economics, Labor Economics and Public Policy Seminar. “Students’ Perceptions of Teacher Biases: Experimental Economics in Schools.”

GREQAM, Marseille. “Credit Standards and Segregation” . Slides

Joint INSEAD-Georgetown Conference “Foreclosures and Segregation”

Université Catholique de Louvain La Neuve “Using Compulsory Mobility to Estimate Pupil Effects, Peer Effects, and School Quality.”

2011

Sciences Po Workshop on Discrimination and Segregation (with Kevin Lang, Leah Boustan, David Neumark, Patrick Bayer) “Credit Standards and Segregation” Slides

Miami, Florida, Urban Economics Association (UEA) meeting at the 58th Annual North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International (RSAI) “Credit Standards and Segregation”. Slides

London School of Economics, Labor Seminar, June. “The Effect of Credit Standards on Urban and School Segregation”. Slides

CEPR Public Policy Symposium, Zurich, May. “The Effect of Credit Standards on Urban and School Segregation”. Slides

Society of Labor Economists, Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, “The Effect of Credit Standards on Urban and School Segregation”. Slides

Georgetown Business and Public Policy Conference, Washington D.C, “Estimating Perceptions of Discrimination: Experimental Economics in Schools”

CORE, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, “Blockbusting: Brokers and the Dynamics of Segregation”.

Copenhagen Business School, Denmark, “Estimating Perceptions of Discrimination: Experimental Economics in Schools”.

2010

Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam, “The Effect of Credit Standards on Urban and School Segregation”.

CREST-INSEE, Paris, “Blockbusting: Brokers and the Dynamics of Segregation.”

University of Michigan, Ford School of Public Policy, “The Effect of Credit Standards on Urban and School Segregation.”

Public Economics Conference, Journees Louis-Andre Gerard-Varet, Marseille, “Blockbusting: Brokers and the Dynamics of Segregation.”

University of Texas, Austin, Economics Department, “Estimating Perceptions of Discrimination: Experimental Economics in Schools.”

2009

Sciences Po Economics Department, “Blockbusting: Brokers and the Dynamics of Segregation.”

2008

U.S. National Academy of Science Meeting, “Social Interactions in Economics.”

Society of Labor Economists Meeting, Columbia University, “Using Compulsory Mobility to Estimate Pupil Effects, Peer Effects, and School Quality.”

New York University, Steinhardt School, “Assessed by a Teacher Like Me: Race, Gender, and Subjective Evaluations.”

INSEAD Economics Department, “Assessed by a Teacher Like Me: Race, Gender, and Subjective Evaluations.”

University of Michigan, Ford School of Public Policy, “Assessed by a Teacher Like Me: Race, Gender, and Subjective Evaluations.”

Meeting of the Centre for Economic Performance, London School of Economics, “Blockbusting: Brokers and the Dynamics of Segregation.”

2007

Boston College, Economics Department, “Using Compulsory Mobility to Estimate Pupil Effects, Peer Effects, and School Quality.”

Cornell University, Economics Department, “Using Compulsory Mobility to Estimate Pupil Effects, Peer Effects, and School Quality.”

Princeton University, Industrial Relations Section, “Assessed by a Teacher Like Me: Race, Gender, and Subjective Evaluations.”

Université Catholique de Louvain-La-Neuve, CORE.

2006

European Institute, Florence.

CEPR Meeting, Economics of Education and Education Policy in Europe, Uppsala.

2005

Workshop on Social Interactions with Charles Manski, Uppsala University, Sweden.

University of Bonn.