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Trading Networks with Bilateral Contracts

February 7, 2-3:30pm. Umphrey Lee 303. Alex Teytelboym from Harvard University will present his recent research on bilateral contracts. His interest lies in settings where economic agents are viewed as being part of a network (e.g. supply chains). He specifies … Continue reading

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CORE Colloquia: Is a Probability Sample Required?

EVENT: Friday, Feb 14. Probability samples assure external validity, or the ability to generalize from a sample to a population of interest. But are they necessary for internal validity? Dr. Stokes discusses the difference in these being investigated for the … Continue reading

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Dr. Atsushi Inoue Joins the Economics Department

We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Atsushi Inoue to the Department of Economics as the Robert H. and Nancy Dedman Professorship in Economics.  Dr. Inoue, who received his Ph.D. in Economics from University of Pennsylvania in 1998, is one of the … Continue reading

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Two Dedman College Teams Excel in Capital One Data Modeling Competition

SMU fielded two national prize winning data mining teams: One team (photo 1 below) finished with a silver medal in the 2013 SAS Data Mining Shootout Competition, the recognition of which occurred on October 22, 2013 at the SAS Analytics … Continue reading

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