CPR Seminar Series

426 Eggers Hall, Selected Thursdays; 3:30 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.

The CPR Seminar Series includes both internal and external speakers who present findings from their latest policy-relevant research. For Syracuse University faculty, the presentations are in a workshop format: designed to provide feedback to the researchers while the work is in a formative stage. External speakers typically present research projects that are near completion. The seminar series is partially funded by the Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion.

Spring 2020 Events Canceled: The CPR Seminar Series has been canceled in response to emerging COVID-19 prevention protocol. 

Spring 2020

  • February 27
    Angela Fertig (University of Minnesota) "The Long-Term Health Consequences of Childhood Food Insecurity"

  • March 5
    Ronald Zimmer (University of Kentucky) "General Equilibrium Effects of Recruiting High-Performing Teachers for School Turnaround: Evidence from Tennessee"

  • March 26 Canceled
    Todd Ely (University of Colorado Denver) "Private Foundation Payout Behavior Under Public Constraints"

  • April 2 Canceled
    Andrew Hill (Montana State University)

  • April 16 Canceled
    Kasey Buckles (Notre Dame)

  • April 23 Canceled
    Econometric Methods Workshop
    Jan Ondrich (Syracuse University)

Fall 2019

  • October 3
    Christina Gibson-Davis (Duke University) "The Kids Are Alright: The Rise in Non-Marital Births and Child Well-being"

  • October 24
    CPR Graduate Student Seminar

  • October 31
    Econometric Methods Workshop
    Hugo Jales (Syracuse University) "Discontinuous Incentives, Regression Discontinuity, and Bunching"

  • November 14
    Taryn Morrissey (American University) "The Earned Income Tax Credit and Parent-Child Time Use"

Spring 2019

  • January 28
    Ying Shi (Stanford University) "Expertise and Independence on Governing Boards: Evidence from School Districts"

  • February 21
    Michael Wasylenko (Syracuse University) "Regional Divergence: With Special Focus on NYS Regional Divergence: What can be Done for Populations Left Behind?"

  • February 28
    Alex Rothenberg (Syracuse University) "Unity in Diversity? How Intergroup Contact Can Foster Nation Building"

  • March 21
    Christopher Ruhm (University of Virginia) "Has Mortality Risen Disproportionately For the Least Educated?"

  • March 28 
    Econometric Methods Workshop 
    Yoonseok Lee (Syracuse University) "Nonparametric Regression: A Review"

  • April 4
    James Ziliak (University of Kentucky) "The Antipoverty Impact of the EITC: New Estimates from Survey and Administrative Tax Records"

  • April 18
    Anna Haskins (Cornell University) "Schools as Surveilling Institutions? Parental Incarceration, System Avoidance, and Parental Involvement in Schooling"

Fall 2018

  • September 27
    Econometric Methods Workshop
    Badi Baltagi (Syracuse University) "Panel Data: A Review of the Basic Methodology"

  • October 4
    Yueming "Lucy" Qiu (University of Maryland College Park) "Quantifying the Rebound Effects of Residential Solar Panel Adoption"

  • October 18
    Len Burman (Syracuse University) "Safely Expanding Research Access to Administrative Tax Data: Creating A Synthetic Public Use File and A Validation Server"

  • October 24
    Chloe East (UC Denver) "The Labor Market Effects of Immigration Enforcement"

  • November 1
    CPR Graduate Student Seminar

  • November 15
    Yilin Hou (Syracuse University) "Modeling and Testing the Ability and Willingness to Pay the Property Tax – Evidence from China with Survey Data"

Spring 2018

  • March 8
    Ingrid Gould Ellen (NYU Wagner) “Neighbors and Networks: The Role of Social Interactions in the Residential Choices of Housing Choice Voucher Holders”

  • March 26
    Econometric Methods Workshop
    Bill Horrace (Syracuse University) "Spatial/Network Econometrics with Applications"

  • April 5
    Rajeev Darolia (University of Kentucky) "Where Do Students Go when For-Profit Colleges Lose Federal Aid?"

  • April 19
    Marianne Bitler (UC Davis) "Long Run Effects of Food Assistance and Early Human Capital Programs"

Fall 2017

  • September 7
    Econometric Methods Workshop
    Alfonso Flores-Lagunes (Syracuse University) "Estimation of Causal Effects Using 'Selection-on-Observables' Assumptions"

  • October 19
    CPR Graduate Student Seminar

  • October 26
    Orgul Ozturk (University of South Carolina) "When Does it Count? The Timing of Food Stamp Receipt and Educational Performance"

  • November 16
    Dylan Conger (George Washington University) "The Effect of Advanced  Placement Courses on Students' Skill Formation, Interest, and Confidence"

For more information on the CPR Seminar Series or to be added to our email list, please contact Emily Minnoe at erminnoe@maxwell.syr.edu