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2018 Econometrics Annual Meeting Schedule

Sunday, August 5

  • 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM - Econometrics Section Business Meeting - Virginia C

Monday, August 6

  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM - How Should Econometrics Be Taught - Hoover
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM - Reduced-Form vs. Structural Approaches to Empirical Work- Is the Pendulum Swinging Back - Park Twr Ste 8219

Tuesday, August 7

  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM - Climate Econometrics- New Regression Methods and Practices - Marriott Balcony A
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM - Robust Econometric Modeling of Environmental Effects in Economics (Joint with ENV) - Maryland C
  • 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM - Theory and empirical evidences on the welfare implications of agrifood value chain transformation (Joint with AEM) - Mckinley

2017 Track Sessions

  • New Issues in the Econometrics of Panel Data Specification, Identification, and Estimation
  • Measurement and Policy from Three Perspectives: Sampling, Anchoring, and Unit Values
  • Using Climate Shocks to Estimate Early Human Capital Formation in Developing Countries (Joint with International)
  • Measuring SNAP Policy Impacts and Food Security Module Accuracy Using FoodAPS and CPS Data
  • Identifying Supply- and Demand-Side Drivers of Farm Productivity
  • Empirical estimation of endogenous social effects: spatial spillovers, social networks, and endogenous choice

2016 Track Sessions

  • Mixture models in agricultural and applied economics
  • Implications of Recent Empirical Evidence for the Risk-Balancing Hypothesis (Joint with ARA)
  • Agribusiness Research Methods (Joint with AEM)
  • An Introduction to Econometric Modeling using Stan
  • Food Safety Research and Big Data (Joint with Senior)
  • Statistical approaches for addressing data-driven concerns regarding the rating of crop insurance
  • Statistical techniques used to identify climate change implications and potential adaptations

2015 Track Sessions

  • Modeling Current Issues in Food System Analysis (Joint with FSN)
  • Identification of Causal Effects in Time Series Models
  • How Can We Analyze Climate Change Policy When We Don't Have Enough Data?
  • New Developments in Identifying Causal Effects in Econometrics

Slides:
Guido Imbens - Causality: An Overview
Aaron Smith - Identifying Causal Effects in Time Series Models


2014 Track Sessions

  • Applications of Hierarchical Regression Models in Development Economics (Joint with International)
  • Agricultural and Applied Economics Priorities for Government Statistics (Joint with Senior)
  • Econometric Analysis of Crop Yield Distributions and Crop Insurance Programs
  • Spatial Econometrics Methods

2013 Econometrics Section Track Sessions

  • Data Analytic Methods for Experimental Auctions: A Learning Session
  • The Role of Structural versus Nonstrucutral Modeling in Agricultural and Resource Economics Research 
  • Econometric Methods and Development Economics
  • Structural Stability Testing in Time Series Date

Past Track Sessions