The Center for Regulatory and Industrial Studies (CRIS) was founded within the Department of Economics at UNC’s College of Arts & Sciences in 2018 to support research related to industrial organization and data science. Read more about CRIS.
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- The 6th annual Triangle Microeconomics Conference (past speakers) is scheduled for April 28th and 29th of 2023, and information on speakers will be available soon.
- The DATA certificate program within the economics department regularly brings industry speakers to campus to speak to majors about applications of data science in economics.
- Academic seminar schedule for Industrial Organization is here.
- Upcoming Events in UNC Economics Department.
- In 2022, Alex Marsh, Matt Ross, Haoran Zhang were awarded CRIS collaborative summer fellowships.
- New Working Papers:
- Machine Learning Panel Data Regressions with Heavy-tailed Dependent Data: Theory and Application, Andrii Babii, Ryan T. Ball, Eric Ghysels, and Jonas Striaukas
- Price Discrimination in International Airline Markets, Gaurab Aryal, Charles Murry, and Jonathan W. Williams
- A Model of Sequential Crisis Management, Fei Li and Jidong Zhou
- Inventory Management in Markets with Search Frictions, Fei Li, Yangbo Song, and Mofei Zhao
- Financial Incentives and Inpatient Care: Evidence from a Randomized Physician Remuneration Reform, Qing Gong, Li Li, Xuejiao Li, and Xin Zhao
- Are Broad-Based Employee Stock Options Worth It? Evidence from Bunching Around Vesting Days, Qing Gong, Hong Zhang, and Li-An Zhou
- Dynamic Responses to Carbon Pricing in the Electricity Sector, Paige Weber
- “Two Sided Markets with Network Effects”, Gary Biglaiser, Jacques Cremer, and Bruno Jullien
- Past news from CRIS is available in our news archive.