We are organizing this brownbag to create a space for graduate students and post-docs to present their work to their peers. We encourage folks to submit work in all stages - from new ideas to job market papers. Our goals is to create connections across schools, exchange ideas with others in our field, and get constructive feedback.
Our plan is to host a weekly brownbag for 10-15 weeks each semester (depending on the demand). We are currently looking for proposals for the Spring semester and will be accepting submissions until December 31st.Sign-up for updates ↗
Spring 2023 Schedule
The brownbag will take place on Wednesdays at 11am EST via zoom. To sign up for meetings, you can join our email list!
Presented by Augusto Ospital. Coauthored with .
The Changing Geography of American Poverty
Presented by Michael Neubauer.
On the other side of the creek: The persistence and evolution of colonial ethno-racial segregation
Presented by Guillermo Woo-Mora.
Land Use Reform, Housing Markets, and Segregation: Evidence from Houston's 1998 Subdivision Reform
Presented by Raheem Chaudhry.
Cities, Amenities, and Spatial Equilibrium
Presented by Matthew Easton.
Touristification and incumbent residents: evidence from personal income tax records
Presented by Jorge Ferreira.
The (Express)Way to Segregation: Evidence from Chicago
Presented by Sara Bagagli.
Presented by Mohamed Bahlali. Coauthored with Quentin Petit.
The Effects of Highways on Job Access, Segregation, and Intergenerational Mobility: Evidence from Historical Administrative Data
Presented by Laura Weiwu.
The Unintended Effect of Transfers on Intimate Partner Violence: Lessons from Housing Lotteries in Argentina
Presented by Bruno Cardinale Lagomarsino. Coauthored with Martín A. Rossi.
The brownbag is organized by the following group of people (alphabetical order):