Industrial Organization Seminar

Fall 2021

Seminar Time & Location:

Fridays, 11:00 am - 12:15 pm EST
KMC 7-191 or Zoom

In-person seminars are limited to NYU community members with NYU IDs and access to the NYU Mobile Daily Screener.
Zoom links for virtual seminars, which are open to the public, will be shared via the IO mailing list. To join the IO mailing list, please contact Asma Imam.

Faculty and students interested in attending the Interactive Online IO (aka IO^2) talks can find details of the Zoom procedure and schedule here

September 10th: IO Day Virtual Conference

See program link for papers, presenters, and discussants.


September 24th in Tisch 720: "Price Discrimination along Multiple Dimensions: Theory and New Evidence"

Ambarish Chandra (U. Toronto)

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October 1st on Zoom: "Learning from Changes in Renewables’ Regulation"

Natalia Fabra (University Carlos III of Madrid)

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October 8th on Zoom: "Differences in Differentiation: Rising Variety and Markups in Retail Food Stores"

James Brand (Microsoft)

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October 15th in KMC 7-191: “The Welfare Consequences of Regulating Amazon”

German Gutierrez (NYU Stern)

October 22nd in KMC 7-191: "Investment, Emissions, and Reliability in Electricity Markets"

Jonathan Elliott (NYU)

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October 29th in KMC 7-191: "Bleaker on Broadway: The Contractual Origins of High-Rent Urban Blight"

Daniel Stackman (NYU Stern)

November 12th on Zoom: "Boundaries of Differentiated Product Markets and Retailer Pricing"

Adam Smith (University College London)

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November 19th on Zoom: "Stigma as a barrier to treatment and adoption of innovation"

Laura Grigolon (Mannheim)

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December 3rd on Zoom: "Wage dispersion, minimum wages and involuntary unemployment: a mechanism design perspective"

Simon Loertscher (Melbourne) *Seminar will take place 4:00 - 5:15 pm EST.

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December 10th in KMC 7-191: "Multi-Generational Impacts of Childhood Access to the Safety Net: Early Life Exposure to Medicaid and the Next Generation’s Health"

Laura Wherry (NYU)

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Please check back for regular updates as speakers, papers, and topics will be updated throughout the semester.  
Please contact Asma Imam ( with any questions.