Nov 232020
 

 

23.07.2022

“On June 30th FARSIG from the British Accounting and Finance has awarded the Sue Hrasky Scholarship Award to our Phd student Mariem Khalfaoui for the best research project presented to the annual international doctoral colloquium. Mariem Khalfaqui, who is attending her first year in our Phd programme under the suprvision of prof. Andrea Melis, has presented her research project on the empirical analysis of the design and disclosure issues related to the integration of sustainability-criteria in the executive compensation contracts in larged listed corporations.”

“Lo scorso 30 giugno il FARSIG della British Accounting and Finance Association, l’accademia britannica di ragioneria e finanza, ha attribuito il Sue Hrasky Scholarship Award alla dottoranda Mariem Khalfaoui per il miglior progetto di dottorato presentato all’annuale doctoral colloquium internazionale. La dottoranda, al primo anno di dottorato sotto la supervisione del prof. Andrea Melis, ha presentato un progetto di ricerca sull’analisi empirica delle problematiche di design ed informazione esterna dei contratti incentivanti basati su indicatori di sostenibilità ambientale e sociale per gli amministratori delegati delle aziende quotate.”

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.
Zoom link: join here.

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.
Zoom link: click on this link (passcode esajobtalk)
13.00 Saint Petersburg time (11.00 in Rome). Ralph Ossa (University of Zurich): Are Trade Agreements Good for You?
Host: HSE.
Zoom link: join here.
13.45 CET. Ruben Durante (Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona): The Virus of Fear: The Political Impact of Ebola in the U.S.
Zoom link: join here (password Q6vB2R Raum-ID 3216879030)
 
15.00 CET. Margarita Tsoutsoura (Cornell University): The Labor Costs of Pro-Labor Bias in Bankruptcy: Evidence from Brazil.
Zoom link: join here (password: 784226 Room-ID 588 324 0719)

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).
Zoom link: click here (passcode VERB).
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.
Zoom link: register here.
Tuesday, November 24
Host: Banque de France.
Zoom link: register here.
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.

Zoom link: register here.
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?
Zoom link: join here (password: 660072 Zoom room ID: 9840371383)

 

15.30 CET. Andrés Daniel Pluas Lopez (Universität Mannheim): Legal or Illegal Cannabis? Hard Drugs Access and Use.
Zoom link: join here.

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.
Zoom link: join here.
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.
Zoom link: register here.
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.

Zoom link: register here.
12.00 AEDT (2.00 in Rome). Mohammad Akbarpour (Stanford): Just a Few Seeds More:Value of Network Information for Diffusion.

Zoom link: register here.

Host: Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
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Host: Bocconi Department of Finance.
Zoom link: to receive the invitation link for the online streaming, please contact dip.fin@unibocconi.it.
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.
Zoom link: contact Casper Worm Hansen for Zoom link.
Zoom link: register here.

 

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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.
Webex link: join here.

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.

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

Host: Barcelona GSE Bellaterra Macro Seminar.

Zoom link: contact rauls@movebarcelona.eu
Thursday, November 26

11.00 CET. Bayram Cakir (PSE): Automation, Skill Premium and Factor Shares: Labor Will Be Back.
Host: PSE Macro Workshop.
Zoom link: join here.

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.
Zoom link: register here.

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.

Zoom link: register here.

Host: Digital Development Dialogue (3D).

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

Zoom link: register here.
16.00 UK time (17.00 in Rome). Nicolas Lambert (MIT): The Power of Referential Advice.
Zoom link: register here.

16.30 CET. Natalya Naumenko (George Mason University): The Soviet Great Famine, 1932–33.
Host: EIEF.
Zoom link: email events@eief.it.

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.

Zoom link: register here.

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.
Zoom link: register here.

Zoom link: contact marcella.nicolini@unipv.it.
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.
Zoom link: join here.

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.
Zoon link: register here.
Host: CEPR Household Finance Seminar Series.
Zoom link: register here.

15.00 CET. Silvana Tenreyro (London School of Economics): Dominant Currency and the Impact of Monetary Policy.
Host: PSE and Banque de France.
Webex link: register here.

Host: University of Tor Vergata Riccardo Faini CEIS Seminars.
Zoom link: register here.
16.00 CET. Pietro Veronesi (University of Chicago): Self-image Bias and Lost Talent.
Host: Bocconi Department of Finance.
Zoom link: In order to receive the invitation link for the online streaming, please contact dip.fin@unibocconi.it.
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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Nov 162020
 
UPCOMING VIRTUAL SEMINARS (16/11/2020)

Monday, November 16
10.45-20.15 UK time: first day of the Bristol Festival of Economics sponsored by the Royal Economic Society.
11.00 ET (17.00 in Rome). Cecile Gaubert (Berkeley): Place-Based Redistribution.
Zoom link: register here.
Host: Financial History Webinar Series.
Zoom link: register here.
12.00 London time (13.00 in Rome). ESA’s job-market candidates’ seminar.
Host: Economic Science Association.
Program:
Vegard Sjurseike Wiborg (University of Oslo): Endogenous gender segregation. Discussant: Loukas Balafoutas.
Nickolas Gagnon (WU Wien): The Effect of Unfair Chances and Gender Discrimination on Labor Supply. Discussant: Alexander Cappelen.
Adrià Bronchal (ESADE Business School): The Effects of Group Identity on Interaction Preferences and Coordination Efficiency. Discussant: Natalia Jimenez Jimenez.
Zoom link: click here (password esajobtalk).
12.00 EST (19.00 in Rome). Marzena Rostek (U. Wisconsin): Innovation in Decentralized Markets.
Zoom link: register here.
12.00 EST (19.00 in Rome). Laurent Clerc (Banque de France): Sizing the risks and raising the awareness: the contribution of the 2020 ACPR Climate Pilot Exercise.
Host: Forum on Climate Change, Macroeconomics and Finance.
Zoom link: register here.
12.30 ET (18.30 in Rome). Careers for Economists outside Academia: Think Tanks, the IMF, and the CBO.
Host: American Economic Association.
Interviewees:
Deniz Igan, Chief of Systemic Issues Division, Research Department, International Monetary Fund
Louise Sheiner, Robert S. Kerr Senior Fellow and Policy Director, The Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy, Brookings Institution
Karen Stockley, Health Economist, Congressional Budget Office
Zoom link: register here.

12.45 CET. Mohamed Saleh (Toulouse School of Economics): Export Booms and Net Fertility in a Malthusian Economy Evidence from the Lancashire Cotton Famine.
Host: Dondena Webinar Series.
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/97869582781

13.00 ET (19.00 in Rome). Zhongjian Lin (Emory): Endogeneity in Bayesian Games.
Zoom link: contact Marie Browne for Zoom link if you would like to attend: mpbrown@emory.edu.
15.00 CEST (14.00 in Rome). Miklos Pinter: Charges and Bets: A General Characterization of Common Priors.
15.00 UK time (16.00 in Rome). Pamela Campa (SITE Stockholm): Gender and Political Coalitions.
Zoom link: register here.
15.00 Johannesburg time. Douglas Gollin (University of Oxford): Perpetual Motion: Human Mobility and Spatial Frictions in Three African Countries.
Host: ERSA (Economic Research on Southern Africa) Webinar on Structural Constraints on the Economy, Growth and Political Economy.
Zoom link: register here.
Host: Virtual Seminar on the Economics of Risky Health Behaviors (VERB) at Cornell.
Zoom link: register here.
16.00 Penn time (22.00 in Rome). David Atkin (MIT): The Returns to Face-to-Face Interactions: Knowledge Spillovers in Silicon Valley.
Host: Penn State Seminar in Trade & Development.
Host: EIEF.
Zoom link: email events@eief.it to receive the link.
18.00 Saint Petersburg time (16.00 in Rome). Juliane Begenau (Stanford): A Q theory of banks.
Zoom link: click here.
Zoom link: contact André Gröger (UAB).
Tuesday, November 17
10.00 Melbourne time (0.00 in Rome). Filiz Garip (Cornell): How combination and sequence of weather events shape Mexico-U.S. migration flows.
Host: Monash SODA Lab Seminars.
Zoom link: register here.
10.45-21.30 UK time: second day of the Bristol Festival of Economics sponsored by the Royal Economic Society.
12.15 Barcelona time. Martin Watzinger (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich): The break-up of bells and its impact on innovation.
Host: Universitat de Barcelona School of Economics.
Zoom link: click here.
12.30 London time (13.30 in Rome). Han Ye (University of Mannheim): The Labor Supply Effects of Unemployment Insurance for Older Workers.
Zoom link: Click here and email Maria Lambrianidou (m.lambrianidou@ucl.ac.uk) for password.
12.30 ET (18.30 in Rome). Adriano Rampini (Duke University): Financing Insurance.
Host: Temple University.
Zoom link: register here.
13.00 Barcelona time. Marco Le Moglie (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore): Fueling organized crime: Oil Thefts and the Mexican Drug War.
Host: Universitat de Barcelona School of Economics.
Zoom link: register here.
13.00 Barcelona time. Richard Hornbeck (University of Chicago Booth School of Business): Railroads, Reallocation, and the Rise of American Manufacturing.
Host: Barcelona GSE Applied Economics Seminar Series.
13.30 CET. Tatiana Karabchuk (UAE University): Motherhood Wage Penalty in Russia: Empirical Study on RLMS-HSE data.
Host: Economics Department of the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies.
Zoom link: register here.
14.00 Paris time. Jay Pil Choi (Michigan State University), Two-Sided Platforms and Biases in Technology Adoption.
Zoom link: please contact Marie-Hélène Dufour
15.00 Penn time (21.00 in Rome). Dalia Ghanem (UCDavis): Testing Attrition Bias in Field Experiments.
Host: Penn State Dept. of Economics Virtual Seminars in Econometrics.

16.30 CET. Qingmin Liu (Columbia University): Strategic Exploration: Preemption and Prioritization.
Host: Bocconi Department of Economics.
Zoom link: to receive the invitation link contact erika.somma@unibocconi.it

Wednesday, November 18
9.00 Barcelona time. Greg Kaplan (University of Chicago). TBA.
Host: Bellaterra Macro Seminar (Barcelona GSE).
Zoom link: contact Raul Santaeulàlia (UAB)
9.00 Sydney time (23.00 in Rome). Laura Gati (Boston University): Monetary policy and anchored expectations: An endogenous gain learning model.
Host: Monash Applied young economist webinar.
Zoom link: register here.
10.00-17.30 UK time: third day of the Bristol Festival of Economics sponsored by the Royal Economic Society.
10.00 AEST (1.00 in Rome). Danila Serra (Texas A&M University): Gender and leadership in organizations: Promotions, demotions and angry workers.
Host: Behavioral and Economic Science Cluster (BESC) at Queensland University.
Zoom link: register here.
12.00 ET (18.00 in Rome). Ylva Moberg (Swedish Institute for Social Research): The child penalty in same-sex and different-sex couples in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland.
Zoom link: Please sign up to receive the link to the Zoom meeting each week.
12.00 Pacific time (21.00 in Rome). Inés Moreno de Barreda (Oxford). “Persuasion with Correlation Neglect.
Zoom link: Sign up for a free twitch.tv account, and tune in Wednesdays at noon pacific time on twitch.tv/caltechecontheory.
12.00 Melbourne time (2.00 in Rome). David Delacrétaz (U. Oxford): Processing Reserves Simultaneously
Zoom link: register here.
12.00 EDT (18:00 inRome). J. Lawrence Broz (UCSD): The World Trade Organization and U.S. Domestic Politics.
Zoom link: join the mailing list by joining the Google Group.
13.00 Barcelona time. Elisa Mougin (UPF-Barcelona GSE): TV in times of political uncertainty: Evidence from the 2017 Presidential in Kenya.
13.00 CET. Danilo Leiva Leon (Banco de España): Endogenous Time Variation in Vector Autoregressions.
Host: Instituto Complutense de Madrid.

13.00 London time (14.00 in Rome). Justin Yifu Lin (Peking University): Endogenous Structural Transformation in Economic Development.
Host: CEPR Structural Transformation and Economic Growth Seminar.

Zoom link: register here.
14.30 CET. Carolin Pflueger (University of Chicago): A Consumption Based Model of Monetary Policy and Asset Prices.

Host: Bocconi Department of Finance.

Zoom link: to receive the invitation link for the online streaming, please contact dip.fin@unibocconi.it.
14.30 Lisbon time (15.30 in Rome). Samuel Bazzi (Boston University): Islam and the State: Religious Education in the Age of Mass Schooling.
Zoom link: register here.
14.30 EDT (20.30 in Rome). Nicholas Tilipman (U. Illinois at Chicago): Disagreement Payoffs and Negotiated Prices: Evidence from Out-of-Network Hospital Payments.
Host: Electronic Health Economics Colloquium (EHEC).
Zoom link: register here.
15.00 Barcelona time. Martin Dumav (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid): Moral Hazard, Uncertain Technologies, and Linear Contracts.
Host: Barcelona GSE Microeconomics Seminar Series 2020-2021.
15.00 UK time (16.00 in Rome). Anna Vignoles (University of Cambridge): Using administrative data to understand variation in graduate earnings.
Host: University of Glasgow.
Zoom link: email business-events@glasgow.ac.uk to register and receive the link.
16.00 CET. Maryam Saeedi (Tepper School of Business): Raising the Bar: Certification Thresholds and Market Outcomes.
Host: CEPR Virtual IO Seminar series.
Zoom link: register here.
16.00 CET. Anna Dreber Almenberg (Stockholm School of Economics): Replications and predicting replication outcomes.
Zoom link: Email econseminar@jku.at
16.00 Oslo time. Francisco Marco-Gracia (University of Zaragoza): The missing boys: A distorted sex ratio in South Africa, 1894-2011.
Zoom link: please contact Francisco Bèltran Tapia.
16.30 CET. Leah P. Boustan (Princeton University): Streets of Gold: Immigration and the American Dream Over Two Centuries.
Host: Bocconi Department of Economics.
Zoom link: by invitation: for information contact patrizia.pellizzari@unibocconi.it.
17.00 Barcelona time. Daniel Waldenström (IFN Stockholm): What Determines the Capital Share over the Long Run of History?
Host: International Macro History Online Seminar.
Zoom link: register here.
17.30CET. Joseph-Simon Görlach (Bocconi University): Temporary Migration and Entrepreneurship in Bangladesh.
Zoom link: register here.
Thursday, November 19
2.00 Sydney time (16.00 in Rome). Angelina Nazarova (University of Bologna): Ethnic Roots of Risk Attitudes: The Impact of Ancestral Lifestyles on Risk Taking Behaviour.
Zoom link: register here.
9.00 LA time (18.00 in Rome): ESA’s job-market candidates’ seminar.
Host: Economic Science Association.
Program:
Kathleen Ngangoue (New York University): The Common-Probability Auction Puzzle. Discussant: Erkut Ozbay.
Pellumb Reshidi (Princeton University): Individual and Collective Information Acquisition: An Experimental Study. Discussant: Tim Cason.
Daniel Woods (Purdue University): Behavioral Bandits: Analyzing the Exploration Versus Exploitation Trade-off in the Lab. Discussant: Alistair Wilson.
Zoom link: click here (password esajobtalk).
12.00 London time (13.00 in Rome). Armin Falk (University of Bonn): Limited Self-knowledge and Survey Response Behavior.
Zoom link: register here.
12.00 EST (18.00 in Rome). Nicola Fuchs-Schündeln (Goethe Universitat Frankfurt): The Long Term Distributional and Welfare Effects of Covid-19 School Closures.
Host: Virtual Macro Seminar Series- VMACS.
Zoom link: register here.
12.00 Barcelona time. Luis Saurì (European Commission DG Competition): State aid in pandemic times. New priorities, the same ambition.
Host: Seminario Ernest Lluch at Universitat de Barcelona.
Zoom link: register here.
12.15 Oslo time. Randi Hjalmarsson (University of Gothenburg): The health effects of prison.
Zoom link: register here from November 16.

12.30 ET (18.30 in Rome). Jason Furman (Harvard Kennedy School): When, if ever, should we worry about the debt?
Host: Bendheim Center for Finance at Princeton University.

Zoom link: register here.
12.30 CET. Federica Romei (University of Oxford): Why Does Capital Flow from Equal to Unequal Countries?
Host: Bocconi Department of Economics.
Zoom link: by invitation: for information contact patrizia.pellizzari@unibocconi.it.
 
13.00 London time (14.00 in Rome). Leonhard Lades (University College Dublin): Responsibility Utility and the Difference between Preference and Desirance: Implications for Welfare Evaluation.
Host: LSE/ CEP Wellbeing Thursday Seminar.
Zoom link: To attend RSVP t.sagoo@lse.ac.uk and you’ll be sent a Zoom link on the day of the seminar.
13.00 ET (19.00 in Rome). Patricio Dominguez (Inter-American Development Bank): Crime-differential responses to an environmental shock: Evidence from blackouts.
Host: Econ of Crime seminar hosted by Jennifer Doleac (U Texas Austin).
Zoom link: register here.
13.30-18.50 CET: Conference Globalization, Technology and Firms: Labor Market Outcomes.
Host: CEPR.

Program:
Jan De Loecker, KU Leuven: Global Market Power.
Ester Faia, Goethe University Frankfurt: Automation, Globalization and Vanishing Jobs: A Labor Market Sorting View.
Claire Lelarge, Université de Paris-Saclay: Competing With Robots: Firm Level Evidence From France.
Ariell Reshef, Paris School of Economics: Techies, Trade, and Skill-Biased Productivity.
John Van Reenen, MIT: The Impact of Regulation on Innovation.
Zoom link: register here.

14.00 CET. Wilfried Sand-Zantman  (ESSEC Business School): The Ownership of Data.
Host: Louvain Economics of Digitization Seminar.
14.30 London time (15.30 in Rome). Yuan Liao (University of Rutgers): Inference for Low-Rank Models.

Host: QRFE Webinar.
Zoom link: register here.

15.00 CET. Xiao Lin (Penn State): How to Sell Hard Information.
Host: MaCCI EPoS Virtual IO Seminar.
Zoom link: register here.
15.00 EDT (21.00 in Rome). Doireann Fitzgerald (Minneapolis Fed): How Do Firms Build Market Share?
Zoom link: register here.
16.00 CET. David Rueda (University of Oxford): Insuring against hunger? Long-term political consequences of exposure to the Dutch famine.
Host: Dondena Center at Bocconi.

 

16.00 London time (17.00 in Rome). Aija Leiponen (Cornell University): Discovering Firms’ Data Strategies: A Topic Modeling Approach.
Zoom link: register here.

16.00 London time (17.00 in Rome). Ron Siegel (Penn State): How to Sell Hard Information.

Zoom link: register here.
16.20 Saint Petersburg time (14.20 in Rome). Itay Goldstein (Wharton): Liquidity Transformation and Fragility in the US Banking Sector
Zoom link: click here.
16.30 CET. Martin Schmalz (University of Oxford-Saïd): (Why) Do Central Banks Care About Their Profits.
Host: EIEF.
Zoom link: email events@eief.it to receive the link.
17.00 Barcelona time. Laurina Zhang (Boston University): Scandal, Social Movement, and Change: Evidence from #MeToo in Hollywood. Discussant: Myriam Mariani (Bocconi)
Zoom link: register here.

 

Host: University of Exeter.
Zoom link: register here.

17:00 Kyiv time (16.00 in Rome). Anton Shirikov (UW Madison): Who Trusts State-Run Media? Source Cues, Bias, and Credibility in Non-Democracies.

Host: Kyiv School of Economics.
Zoom link: register here.
Friday, November 20
Zoom link: register here.
13.00 Penn time (19.00 in Rome). Aniko Ory (Yale): Mentoring and the Dynamics of Affirmative Action.
Host: Penn State Seminar in Micro Theory.

13.00 ET (19.00 in Rome). Claire Duquennois (University of Pittsburgh): Fictional Money, Real Costs: Impacts of Financial Salience on Disadvantaged Students.
Host: Online Seminar on the Economics of Discrimination and Disparities.

Zoom link: fill out this Google form to be added to the email list: bit.ly/DiscrimSeminar
Host: IZA.
Program: here.
Zoom link: register here (possibly before November 18).

 

14.30 Montreal time. Peter N. Ireland (Boston College): A Reconsideration of Money Growth Rules.
Host: University of Ottawa Dept. Econ.
Zoom link: register here.
15.00 Penn time (21.00 in Rome). Petra Persson (Stanford University): The Roots of Health Inequality and the Value of Intra-Family Expertise.
Host: Penn State Economics of Education Seminar.
Zoom link: register here.
16.00 CET. Federico Maria Bandi (Johns Hopkins University): Structural Stochastic Volatility.
Host: Riccardo Faini CEIS Seminars.
Zoom link: register here no later than Thursday.
Saturday, November 21
Host: IZA.
Program: here.
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