Short-term visitors are distinguished scholars from other institutions. They interact with the faculty and fellows for three to five days, give seminars and workshops, and enhance Washington University’s ties to other top research institutions.

November 1-5, 2016Francesco DragoUniversity of MessinaCompliance Behavior in Networks: Evidence from a Field Experiment
May 5-8, 2013Jeremy FoxUniversity of MichiganIdentification of Discrete Choice Models for Bundles and Binary Games
April 12, 2013Linda Babcock*Carnegie Mellon UniversityNegotiation and the Gender Divide
April 11, 2013Linda Babcock*Carnegie Mellon UniversityWhat Do We Know About Gender and Negotiation? New Evidence on How and When Women Do Ask
September 27-28, 2012Kathryn Shaw*Stanford UniversityThe Personal Side of Personnel Economics: Tips for Users
September 27-28, 2012Kathryn Shaw*Stanford UniversityThe Value of Bosses
May 3-4, 2011Pinelopi Goldberg*Yale UniversityExchange Rates & Prices: A Micro Approach
September 9-13, 2010Robert A. MillerCarnegie Mellon UniversityCCP Estimation of Dynamic Discrete Choice Models with Unobserved Heterogeneity
April 26-27, 2010Judith Chevalier*Yale UniversityDifferentiated to Death?
April 26-27, 2010Judith Chevalier*Yale UniversityJunior Faculty Development: What can we learn from the Committee on the Status of Women in Economics Profession?
October 28-30, 2009Holger SiegCarnegie Mellon UniversityExcess Demand and Rationing in Equilibrium in the Market for Public Housing
September 10-11, 2009Douglas J. SkinnerThe University of Chicago Booth School of BusinessWhat Should GAAP look like? A Survey and economic analysis
September 7-9, 2009Robert A. MillerCarnegie Mellon UniversityAre There Glass Ceilings for Female Executives?
May 21-22, 2009Terry ShevlinUniversity of WashingtonWhy Do CFOs Become Involved in Material Accounting Manipulations?
April 14, 2009Rachel Croson*University of Texas at DallasTrust and Trustworthiness: An Experimental Economics Approach
April 15, 2009Rachel Croson*University of Texas at DallasThe Status of Women in Academia
April 6 – 8, 2009John RustUniversity of MarylandThe Home Selling Problem: Theory and Evidence
March 17-19, 2009Stephen MorrisPrinceton UniversityA Foundation for Markov Equilibria in Infinite Horizon Perfect Information Games (with Bhaskar of UCL and George Mailath of U. Penn.)
March 3-4, 2009Dilip AbreuPrinceton UniversityImplementing the Nash Program in Stochastic Games
November 5-6, 2008Michael C. JensenMonitorIntegrity: A Positive Model That Incorporates The Normative Phenomena of Morality, Ethics, and Legality
October 8-10, 2008Jon LevinStanford UniversityContract Pricing in Consumer Credit Markets
May 16-17, 2007S.P. KothariMassachusetts Institute of Technology1) Agency Theory of Overvalued Equity as an Explanation for the Accrual Anomaly; Working Paper
2) Do Managers Withhold Bad News? Working Paper.
March 20, 2007Martin PesendorferYale UniversityIdentification and Estimation of Dynamic Games
September 18-20, 2006Phillip J. RenyUniversity of ChicagoOn the Existence of Monotone Pure Strategy Equilibria in Bayesian Games
 Steven BerryYale University 
November 8-9, 2006Andrezj SkrzypaczStanford UniversityPrivate Monitoring With Infinite Histories
 Mark A. SatterwaiteNorthwestern UniversityDynamic Convergence of a Bilateral Matching and Bargaining Market with Two-Sided Incomplete Information to Perfect Competition
May 2006Dan CollinsUniversity of Iowa 

* Denotes Distinguished Women in Economics and Strategy Speakers.