Experimental methods in social stratification

Workshop
LIEPP, 26 - 27 septembre 2019
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Le Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire d'Évaluation des Politiques Publiques (LIEPP)
a le plaisir de vous inviter au

‘Experimental methods in social stratification research’ workshop

26 et 27 septembre 2019

LIEPP - 254, boulevard Saint Germain

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 Programme

26 septembre 2019

  • 14.00-14.30: WELCOME
  • 14.30-17.00: INEQUALITIES IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION 

- C. Barone, Sciences Po (with E. Chambuleyron, R. Vonnak, G. Assirelli), The impact of shared book reading interventions on children’s skills: a meta-analysis of randomised experiments 

- T. Gerosa, University of Milan Bicocca (with G. Argentin, G. Assirelli, and M. Moscatelli), The impact of relational and collaboration skills on teachers' effectiveness: results from a large scale randomized controlled trial

- T. Keller, TÁRKI Social Research, Big Fish at Little Desks: A Large Randomized Field Experiment for Peer Effects on Students’ Academic Self-Concept

- E. Huillery, Université de Paris Dauphine (with Y. Algan, A. Bouguen, C. Chevallier), The impact of a large-Scale mindset intervention on school outcomes: experimental evidence from France

  • 17.00-18.00: COFFEE BREAK & OPEN DISCUSSION ON OPPORTUNITIES FOR COLLABORATIONS & JOINT PROJECTS  

27 septembre 2019

  • 9.30-11.30: INEQUALITIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION

- Melinda Erdmann & Irena Pietrzyk, WZB, Does extensive guidance counseling of high school students reduce social inequalities in their intention to study? 

- B. Compet, LMU Munich, Why women choose 'female‘ fields of study. Analysing mechanisms behind horizontal sex segregation with survey experiments

- E. Herbaut, Sciences Po (with K. Geven), What works to reduce inequalities in Higher Education ? A systematic review of the (Quasi-)Experimental literature on outreach and financial aid

  • 11.30-11.40: COFFEE BREAK
  • 11.40-13.00: INEQUALITIES IN ACADEMIC RESEARCH 

- N. Kulic & K. Gërxhani , European University Institute (with F. Liechti), Gender bias in academic promotions, myth or reality? Evidence from a factorial survey experiment

- A. Rusconi, H. Solga, WZB, Appointment standards for professors in international and disciplinary comparison

  • 13.00-14.00: LUNCH
  • 14.00-16.00: LABOUR MARKET INEQUALITIES 

- G. Birkelund, University of Oslo (with B. Lancee, E. Larsen, J. Polavieja, J. Radl, R. Yemane), Do employers discriminate by gender? Evidence from six comparative cross-national harmonized field experiments

- V. Di Stasio, Utrecht University, Free to move, free to work? The employment opportunities of European migrants across Europe 

- B. Vicari, IAB (with M. Abraham), When do employers accept occupational mismatches?  A vignette study on German employers’ selection behaviour

Programme complet