Workshop on Applications of Revealed Preference (WARP)
WARP is an online workshop (or regular periodic webinar), which emphasizes empirical applications of revealed preference analysis (broadly defined). WARP aims to bring together applied practitioners, econometricians, and theorists working in the area, and applications would have a natural view towards addressing empirical questions through the analysis of data, be it experimental or field data.
Dates: Every other Wednesday in July/August 2021 (see the WARP 2021 program below).
Time: 9.00am-11.00am SFO // 12.00pm-2.00pm NYC // 5.00pm-7.00pm LON.
Location: Zoom (if you are interested in attending and not on our mailing list, please write to me directly).
WARP 2021 Program (PDF)
Wednesday, July 7
- Federico Echenique (Caltech) -- Empirical Welfare Economics (with Chris Chambers)
- Debopam Bhattacharya (Cambridge) -- Incorporating Social Welfare in Program-Evaluation and Treatment Choice (with Tatiana Komarova)
- Ian Crawford (Oxford) -- Econometrics for Economic Theorists: Structural Models Without Error Terms
Wednesday, July 21
- Arthur Lewbel (Boston College) -- Inefficient Collective Households: Cooperation and Consumption (with Krishna Pendakur)
- Jiangtao Li (Singapore Management) -- A Theory of Revealed Indirect Preference (with Gaoji Hu, John Quah, and Rui Tang)
- Annie Liang (Northwestern) -- How Flexible is that Functional Form? Quantifying the Restrictiveness of Theories (with Drew Fudenberg and Wayne Gao)
Wednesday, August 4
- Yoram Halevy (Toronto) -- Randomize at Your Own Risk: On the Observability of Ambiguity Aversion (with Aurelien Baillon and Chen Li)
- Ryan Oprea (UCSB) -- Complexity and Economic Behavior
- Xun Tang (Rice) -- Endogeneity in Entry Games: US Cellphone Service Deployment (with Zhongjian Lin and Mo Xiao)
Wednesday, August 18
- Rahul Deb (Toronto) -- Dynamic Choice and Common Learning (with Ludovic Renou)
- Bram De Rock (Brussels) -- Stable Marriage, Household Consumption and Unobserved Match Quality (with Martin Browning, Laurens Cherchye, Thomas Demuynck, and Frederic Vermeulen)
- Rosa Matzkin (UCLA) -- Multivariate Nonseparable Hedonic Models