Triangle Micro Conference
Due to travel restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak, the 2020 Triangle Micro Conference has been cancelled.
We are pleased to announce that the Department of Economics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will host the 2020 Triangle Micro Conference, which will take place at the Koury Auditorium, Kenan Flagler Business School in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, on April 3-4, 2020. The goal of this conference is to provide a forum for economists to present and discuss recent research in industrial organization and microeconomic theory.
The confirmed speakers for 2020 are: Liran Einav, Robin Lee, Ami Ko, Fiona Scott Morton, Tobias Salz, Annie Liang, Vasiliki Skreta, Allessandro Gavazza, Hugo Hopenhayn, and Andrew Rhodes. For more information, see our list of presenters for past conferences.
Due to travel restrictions resulting from the COVID-19 outbreak, the 2020 Triangle Micro Conference has been cancelled. Once the event is rescheduled, we will open registration. If you have any questions, please contact Fei Li or Jonathan Williams directly.
Friday, April 3 in Koury Auditorium at Kenan Flagler School of Business
Breakfast and Welcome
Yingi Guo, Northwestern University
Paper: “Robust Monopoly Regulation” w/ Eran Shmaya
Robin Lee, Harvard University
Paper: “A Theory of Stock Exchange Competition and Innovation: Will the Market Fix the Market?” w/ Eric Budish and John J. Shim
Fiona Scott Morton, Yale University
Graduate Student Presentations
Allessandro Gavazza, London School of Economics
Tobias Salz, MIT
Paper: “Auto Dealer Loan Intermediation: Consumer Behavior and Competitive Effects”
Andrew Rhodes, Toulouse School of Economics
Paper: “Platform Design when Sellers Use Pricing Algorithms” w/ Justin Johnson and Matthijs Wildenbeest
Saturday, April 4 in Koury Auditorium at Kenan Flagler School of Business
Breakfast and Welcome
Ami Ko, Georgetown University
Paper: “An Equilibrium Analysis of the Long-Term Care Insurance Market”
Vasiliki Skreta, University of Texas-Austin
Paper: “Test Design Under Falsification” w/ Eduardo Perez-Richet
Liran Einav, Stanford University
Paper: “Voluntary Regulation: Evidence from Medicare Bundled Payments”, w/ Amy Finkelstein, Yunan Ji, and Neale Mahoney
Annie Liang, University of Pennsylvania
Paper: “Data Linkages and Incentives“, w/ Erik Madsen
For more information on traveling to our department, please see our travel and accommodations page.