Economics Seminars (2013-2014)

Unless otherwise noted, seminars begin at 16:00 and finish around 18:00. Room Camille Joset (401), 4th floor, Rempart de la Vierge, 8.

Economics Seminars 2013-2014

co-organized by CERPE, CRED and CEREFIM     




September 24 - Nava Ashraf (Harvard Business School) - Do-gooders and Doctors: Evidence on Selection and Performance of Health Workers

October 2 - Guglielmo Maria Caporale (Brunel University, London) - Fiscal spillovers in the euro area (exceptionally on Wednesday)

October 8 - Martin Quaas (Universität zu Kiel) - Public and private management of renewable resources: who gains? who loses?

October 15 - Pascaline Dupas (Stanford University) - The daily grind: Cash needs, labor supply and self-control

October 22 - Gernot Mueller (Universität Bonn) - Currency risk in currency unions

October 29 - Sanchari Roy (University of Warwick) - Sex workers, Stigma and Self-Belief: Evidence from a Psychological Training Program in India

November 12 - Esteban Jaimovich (University of Surrey) - Love for Quality, Comparative Advantage, and Trade

November 19 - Kala Krishna (University of Pennsylvania) - How You Export Matters - Export Mode, Learning and Productivity in China

November 26 - Marinella Leone (University of Sussex, UK) - Women as decision makers in community forest management in Nepal

December 3 - Monica Martinez Bravo (CEMFI) - The Effect of the Education of Politicians on Public Good Provision: Evidence from Indonesia

December 10 - Pepita Miquel-Florensa (TSE) - Investigating social capital in Colombia: Conflict and public good contributions

December 17 - Anne-Laure Delatte (Sciences Po) - Global banks leverage and inertia in the US financial cycle



January 28 - Fabien Tripier (Université Lille 1) - A Search-Theoretic Approach to Efficient Financial Intermediation

February 4 - Francesca Jensenius (Norwegian Institute of International Affairs) - Development from Representation? A Study of Quotas for Scheduled Castes in India

February 11 - Sabine Flamand (Nova University of Lisbon) - Partial Decentralization as a Way to Avoid Secessionist Conflict

February 18 - Elise Huillery (Sciences Po) - The Aspiration-Poverty Trap: Why do Students from Low Social Background Limit their Ambition? Evidence from France

March 4 - Eric Monnet (Banque de France) - Monetary policy without interest rates

March 11 - Juan Pablo Rud (Royal Holloway, University of London) - Modern Industries, Pollution and Agricultural Productivity: Evidence from Ghana

March 25 - Dirk van de Gaer (UGent) - History dependent growth incidence: a characterization and an application to the economic crisis in Italy

April 1 - Taryn Dinkelman (Dartmouth College) - What are the long run effects of labor migration on human capital? Evidence from Malawi



April 22 - Clément Imbert (Univ. of Oxford) - Short-Term Migration and Rural Workfare Programs: Evidence from India

April 29 - Elena Paltseva (Stockholm School of Economics) - Petro Rents, Political Institutions, and Hidden Wealth: Evidence from Bank Deposits in Tax Havens

May 6 - Matteo Migheli (University of Torino) - Gender at work: incentives and self-selection

May 13 - Edoardo Grillo (Collegio Carlo Alberto) - Reference Dependence and Politicians' Credibility

May 20 - Kaj Thomsson (Maastricht University) - The Political Economy of Sovereign Borrowing

May 27 - Melissa Dell (Harvard University) - Path dependence in development: evidence from the Mexican revolution

June 3 - Jonathan Meer (Texas A&M University) - Effects of minimum wage on employment dynamics

June 10 - Abigal Payne (McMaster University, Canada) - Crowding Oot: The Effect of Government Grants on Donors, Fundraisers, and Foundations in Canada

June 17 - Alessandro Tarozzi (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) - Time inconsistency, expectations and technology adoption : the case of insecticide treated nets


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