DEPARTMENTAL Seminar: Patrick BAYER (Duke University)

Patrick BAYER is Gilhuly Family Distinguished Professor of Economics at Duke University and Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research. He served as Chair of the Duke Economics Department from 2009-15.

His research fields of interest span Public, Urban, Education, Labor, Inequality, Discrimination, Criminal Justice, and Housing. He is currently working on projects related to racial earnings inequality, residential segregation and intergenerational mobility, speculation in housing markets, and tests for bias in jury decision making and policing.

Patrick BAYER will present a paper, joint with Shamena ANWAR and Randi HJALMARSSON, at the next Departmental Seminar on the theme:

How Arbitrary is Justice: An Empirical Model of Jury Selection and Decision Making 

NB His talk is based on three papers: 
A Jury of Her Peers: the Impact of the First Female Jurors on Criminal Convictions (link PDF),
Politics in the Courtroom: Political Ideology and Jury Decision Making (link PDF) and
The Impact of Jury Race in Criminal Trials (link PDF)

More about Patrick BAYER and his research

The next Departmental Seminar will host Andrea MATTOZZI on April 29th - after the Easter break !

Date: Mon, 2019/04/15 - 14:45 - 16:15
Location: Department of Economics, 28, rue des Saints Pères - ROOM H 405