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Fall 2021 IDE Lunch Seminar Series

The Fall 2021 Seminar Series will be virtual. Please register via the Eventbrite link which will be updated weekly.

December 02, 2021

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST

These informal lunch seminars include early results from current MIT research projects and guest presentations from our Digital Economy network. Some seminars are recorded and made available online.

The Fall 2021 series includes:

  • September 16 - Joshua Gans, Rotman School, University of Toronto "The Information Requirements of Preparing for Covid-29" [View Video]
  • September 23 - Nicholas Ashford, MIT Sloan "Actions We Can Take to Address Misinformation and Safeguard the Freedom of Speech" [View Video]
  • September 30 - Sonia Jaffe, Microsoft Research "The Effects of Remote Work on Collaboration among Information Workers" [View Video]
  • October 7 - Judith Chevalier, Yale School of Management "Gig Work and Digital Platforms:  Future of Competition for Workers" [View Video]
  • October 14 - Sarah Bana, Stanford HAI "job2vec: Using Language Models to Understand Wage Premia" [No recording for this talk]
  • October 21 - Sukwoong Choi, MIT Sloan "How Does AI Improve Human Decision-Making? Evidence from the AI-Powered Go Program"
  • October 28 - Sendhil Mullainathan, Chicago Booth "Algorithmic Behavioral Science: Automated Discovery of Human Bias" [No recording for this talk]
  • November 18 - Katy Milkman, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania "Mega-Studies Improve the Impact of Applied Behavioral Science"
  • December 2 - Avi Goldfarb, Rotman School, University of Toronto "Quantum Economic Advantage" [Register Here]
  • December 9 - Hal Gregerson, MIT Sloan