Nov 232020
 

 

Monday, November 23
11.30 CET. Per Krusell (Stockholm University): Sources of U.S. wealth inequality.
Host: Aix Marseille School of Economics.
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12.30 CET. Thierry Magnac (TSE, Toulouse): Lifecycle Wages: Selection and Missing Data.
Host: Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
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12.45 CET. John Clegg (University of Chicago): Carceral Legacy of Slavery.
Host: Dondena Center at Bocconi.
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13.00 Amsterdam time. ESA’s job-market candidates’ seminar.
Host: ESA.
Cornelius Schneider (University of Cologne): The Bright Side of Tax Evasion. Discussant: Rupert Sausgruber.
Rémi Suchon (Université Libre de Bruxelles): It does (not) get better: expected income violation and altruism. Discussant: Arno Riedl.
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13.00 Saint Petersburg time (11.00 in Rome). Ralph Ossa (University of Zurich): Are Trade Agreements Good for You?
Host: HSE.
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13.45 CET. Ruben Durante (Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona): The Virus of Fear: The Political Impact of Ebola in the U.S.
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15.00 CET. Margarita Tsoutsoura (Cornell University): The Labor Costs of Pro-Labor Bias in Bankruptcy: Evidence from Brazil.
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Host: Virtual MD Seminar Series.

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16.00 CET. Raquel Fernandez (New York University): Girls, Boys, and High Achievers.
Host: CEPR / Stockholm University: Gender Economics Seminar Series.
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16.30 CET. Eleonora Patacchini (Cornell): Dynamic Social Interactions and Health Risk Behavior.
Host: Virtual Seminar on the Economics of Risky Health Behaviors (VERB).
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Host: LSE
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17.30 CET. Kirsten Slungaard Mumma (Harvard University): Immigrant Integration in the United States: The Role of Adult English Language Training.
Host: Economics of Migration Seminar.
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Tuesday, November 24
Host: Banque de France.
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12.45 CET. Takuro Yamashita (Toulouse School of Economics): Robust Prediction in Games with Uncertain Parameters.
Host: Bocconi Department of Economics.
Zoom link: by invitation: for information or to receive the invitation link contact erika.somma@unibocconi.it.
13.00 London time (14.00 in Rome). Sin Yi Cheung (Cardiff University): The Violence of Uncertainty: how asylum waiting time undermines refugees’ health.

Host: LSE.

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Host: Barcelona GSE Applied Economics Seminar Series.
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Host: Economics Department of the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS).
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14.30 CET. Dmitry Kuvshinov (UPF-Barcelona GSE): A Long Way Down: Bank Capital and Profitability, 1870 – 2015.
Host: Barcelona GSE Finance Seminar Series.
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Host: Universitat de Barcelona School of Economics.
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Host: University of Bologna Department of Economics.
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15.15 CET. Juliane Begenau (Stanford University): Do Banks Have an Edge?
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15.30 CET. Andrés Daniel Pluas Lopez (Universität Mannheim): Legal or Illegal Cannabis? Hard Drugs Access and Use.
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16.30 CET. Arieda Muco (Central European University): Corruption, Intimidation, and Whistleblowing: An Empirical Approach.
Host. Bocconi Department of Social and Political Sciences.
Zoom link: By invitation: for information or to receive the invitation link contact chiara.fiaccadori@unibocconi.it

17.00 CET. Vitantonio Mariella (Sapienza University of Rome): Tenancy contracts and social capital at the origins of the North-South divide in Italy.
Host: YSI – Economic History Graduate Webinar.
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Host: CEPR Virtual Development Webinars.
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17.00 CET. Michael Woodford (Columbia University): Optimally Imprecise Memory and Biased Forecasts.

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18.00 UK time (19.00 in Rome). Flavio Toxvaerd (University of Cambridge): Economics and the Epidemic: Models, Behaviour and Policy.
Host: Clare College, University of Cambridge.
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Wednesday, November 25

11.00 EDT (17.00 in Rome). Leandro Prados de la Escosura (Carlos III Madrid): Growth, war and pandemics: Europe in the very long-run.

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12.00 AEDT (2.00 in Rome). Mohammad Akbarpour (Stanford): Just a Few Seeds More:Value of Network Information for Diffusion.
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Host: Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
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Host: Bocconi Department of Finance.
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13.00 CET. Mariapia Mendola (University of Milan Bicocca): The Political Impact of Refugee Migration: Evidence from the Italian Dispersal Policy.
Host: University of Pavia Department of Economics.
Zoom link: contact seminar.dem@unipv.it.
13.00 CET. Ovielt Baltodano (Ca’ Foscari): A Dynamic Stochastic Block Model for the International Trade Network.
Host: Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
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Host: Barcelona GSE Internal Applied Lunch Seminar Series.

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13.00 Toronto time (19.00 in Rome). Sumegha Garg (Harvard): The Coin Problem with Applications to Data Streams.
Host: TCS+ online seminars in theoretical computer science.
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Host: Universitat de Barcelona School of Economics.
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14.00 CET. Sonia Bhalotra (University of Essex): Job Displacement, Unemployment Benefits and Domestic Violence.

Host: University of Copenhagen Department of Economics.
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Host: University of Siena Department of Economics.
16.00 CET. Shabnam Mousavi (Max Planck Institute for Human Development – Berlin): Agent, Path, Outcome: framing Individual and collective action in our models.
Host: University of Milan Bicocca.
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16.00 CET. Raffaella Sadun (Harvard Business School): The Changing Nature of the C-suite Job: Evidence from Job Descriptions.
Host: ONLINE Economics Research Seminar at JKU Linz.

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16.00 CET. Andre Veiga (Imperial College Business School): Quality Information and Competitive Selection in Health Care.
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Host: University of Milan Bicocca.
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17.30 CET. Madeline Zavodny (University of North Florida): Immigration, Working Conditions, and Compensating Differentials.
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Host: Barcelona GSE Bellaterra Macro Seminar.

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Thursday, November 26

11.00 CET. Bayram Cakir (PSE): Automation, Skill Premium and Factor Shares: Labor Will Be Back.
Host: PSE Macro Workshop.
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12.15 Oslo time. Andrea Martinangeli (Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance): Institutional quality causes social trust: Survey and experimental evidence on trusting under the shadow of doubt.
Host: Norwegian School of Economics FAIR Seminar.
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12.30 CET. Maria Petrova (Barcelona GSE): Automation, Career Values, and Political Preferences.
Host: Paris Empirical Political Economy Seminar.

Zoom link: please contact the organizers Oliver Vanden Eynde (PSE) and Benjamin Marx (Sciences Po).
Zoom link: by invitation: for information contact patrizia.pellizzari@unibocconi.it.

14.00 CET. Sylvain Dejean (U. La Rochelle): Ideological Isolation in News Consumption: Evidence From France.
Host: Paris Seminar on the Economics of Digitization.

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14.30 London time (15.30 in Rome). Anisha Ghosh (McGill University): Recovering Heterogeneous Beliefs and Preferences from Asset Prices.
Host: QRFE Webinar at Durham University.

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Host: Digital Development Dialogue (3D).

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15.00 CET. Eeva Mauring (University of Bergen): Sequential Search with Limited Price Discrimination.

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16.00 UK time (17.00 in Rome). Nicolas Lambert (MIT): The Power of Referential Advice.
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16.30 CET. Natalya Naumenko (George Mason University): The Soviet Great Famine, 1932–33.
Host: EIEF.
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16.30 CET. Town Oh (Purdue University): How do High-skilled International Students Impact Domestic Students? An analysis using the post OPT-STEM Extension period.
Host: Applied Young Economists Seminar
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17.00 Kyiv time (16.00 in Rome). Pawel Bukowski (LSE): Social Mobility and Social Regimes: Intergenerational Mobility in Hungary, 1949-2017.

Host: Kyiv School of Economics.

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17.00 CET. Irene M. Buso (LUISS): The Show Must Go On. How to elicit Lablike Data on the effects of COVID-19 lockdown on fairness and cooperation.
Host: Società Italiana degli Economisti.
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Friday, November 27
11.00 Saint Petersburg time(9.00 in Rome). Sascha O. Becker (Monash): Why an EU Referendum? Why in 2016?

Host: HSE.
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12.30 CET. Jean-Marc Robin (Sciences Po): The Anatomy of Sorting – Evidence from Danish Data.

Host: Sciences Po.
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12.30 CET. Piero Gottardi (University of Essex and Ca’ Foscari): Mediation design.
Host: Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
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15.00 CET. Tarik Roukny (KU Leuven): Vertically Disintegrated Platforms.
Host: Louvain Economics of Digitization (LED) Seminars.
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Host: CEPR Household Finance Seminar Series.
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15.00 CET. Silvana Tenreyro (London School of Economics): Dominant Currency and the Impact of Monetary Policy.
Host: PSE and Banque de France.
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Host: University of Tor Vergata Riccardo Faini CEIS Seminars.
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16.00 CET. Pietro Veronesi (University of Chicago): Self-image Bias and Lost Talent.
Host: Bocconi Department of Finance.
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16.00 UK time (17.00 in Rome). Karin Kinnerud (Norwegian Business School): Monetary policy and the mortgage market.
Host: University of Essex Department of Economics.
Zoom link: To register your place and gain access to the webinar, please contact the seminar organisers.
17.00 CET. Georgios Tsiachtsiras (Universitat de Barcelona): Rails and innovation: Evidence from China.
Host: Universitat de Barcelona School of Economics.
Zoom link: please contact Ghizlen Ouasbaa by November 26th, 2020.
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