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Applied Microeconomics Seminar

The Applied Microeconomics Seminar is a monthly seminar series organised in alternance with the PEPES seminar. Created in the Fall 2023, it presents applied work in labour, development, public finance, political economy and economic history.

Thursday, 12.30 to 2 PM.

The applied micro seminar is organised by Claire Montialoux.
Administrative correspondent: Lucie DESRAMAUT (email).

*NEW* If you would like to schedule an appointment with our guest speakers, register online (Google form)

Upcoming applied micro seminar


September 21st - Clément MALGOUYRES (Paris School of Economics)
From Public Labs to Private Firms: Magnitude and Channels of R&D Spillovers

October 19th - Jack WILLIS (Visiting, on leave from Columbia)
Land Rental Markets: Experimental Evidence from Kenya

*EXCEPTIONAL SCHEDULING* November 13th - Joseph ALTONJI (Yale)
Returns to Specific Graduate Degrees: Estimates Using Texas Administrative Records

November 30th - Nina ROUSSILLE (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Secrecy as a Collective Bargaining Tactic: Evidence from Hollywood


*EXCEPTIONAL SCHEDULING* April 22nd - Barbara PIASI (Yale)
How Political Institutions Shape Education Spending: Supermajority Requirements in U.S. School Capital Investments
*Joint with Departmental Seminar*

May 15th - Mushfiq MOBARAK (Yale)
Daughters Left Behind: How Trade Liberalization Harms Girls in China when Government Restricts Migration

June 6th - Aurélie OUSS (Visiting Faculty, UPenn)
Conviction, Incarceration, and Recidivism: Understanding the Revolving Door
*Joint with PEPES Seminar: to meet the speaker, please fill out PEPES Google form*