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Seminar Series

Federal Trade Commission

Bureau of Economics

Spring 2022

Date

Speaker

Paper

Room

3/3/2022 Andrew Sweeting Should we expect uncertain merger synergies to be passed on to consumers?

Hosted by FTC

3/17/22 Paul Scott Market Structure, Investment and Technical Efficiencies in Mobile Telecommunications

Hosted by FTC

3/31/22 Luyi Yang Right to Repair: Pricing, Welfare, and Environmental Implications

Hosted by FTC

3/31/22 Tom Wollman Does entry remedy collusion? Evidence from the generic prescription drug cartel

Hosted by FTC

4/7/22 Chiara Farronato Customer Reviews and Regulation: Evidence from NYC restaurants

Hosted by FTC

4/14/22 Alex MacKay Rising Markups and the Role of Consumer Preferences

Hosted by FTC

4/21/22 Josh Feng Consolidation in Drug Markets: Impact on Pricing and Access

Hosted by FTC

4/28/22 Sike Forbes Does Competition Benefit Complements? Evidence from Airlines and Hotels

Hosted by FTC

5/12/22 A Tale of Two Networks: Common Ownership and Product Market Rivalry Bruno Pellegrino

Hosted by FTC

5/19/22 Cailin Slattery Market Structure and Political Influence: Estimating the Causal Effect of Concentration on Lobbying in the Auto Retail Industry

Hosted by FTC

5/26/22 Sebastian Fleitas TBD

Hosted by FTC

6/2/22 Jonathan Roth What’s Trending in Difference-in-Differences?

Hosted by FTC

All seminars will be held virtually. All FTC-hosted seminars are at 2:30pm Thursday and all UMD-hosted seminars are 3:30pm Tuesday unless otherwise indicated.

Updated: May 19, 2022


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