Empirical IO Seminar via Zoom - Apr 20th

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Brad Larsen

Brad LARSEN is Assistant Professor of Economics at Stanford University since 2014. He is also a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) and a Faculty Fellow at the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research. He is currently a W. Glenn Campbell and Rita Ricardo-Campbell National Fellow at the Hoover Institution.

His primary area of research is Industrial Organisation, with specific emphasis on bargaining and occupational licensing. His recent research projects study large datasets of alternating-offer-negotiation settings to analyze behavioral patterns and efficiency in bargaining. He also studies the effects of occupational licensing regulations on market outcomes such as prices, competition, and the distribution of service quality. Other recent projects study auctions, consumer search, digital copyright law and grey-market activity, changes in US wage inequality due to increased import competition with China, the effects of laws legitimizing arbitrage (parallel importation) across international markets, and applied econometric methods.

Brad LARSEN will present a paper, joint with Patrick J. KEHOE and Elena PASTORINO, at the next Empirical IO Seminar via Zoom, on the theme:

Dynamic Competition in the Era of Big Data (read paper, PDF 1.09 MB)

More about Brad LARSEN and his research

Date: Tuesday, April 20th - 2:45 PM
Location: Zoom

Departmental Seminar via Zoom - Apr 19th

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Noam Yuchtman

Noam YUCHTMAN is Professor of Managerial Economics and Strategy at the London School of Economics (LSE) since 2019, having been awarded a British Academy Global Professorship. He is also a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) and serves on the editorial boards of the Review of Economic Studies, the Economic Journal, the Journal of the European Economic Association, Economica, and the Journal of Economic History.

His research is focused on four topics in the fields of political economy, economic history, and labour economics: the importance of educational content and the structure of educational institutions in the production of human capital, the political economy of legal institutions, the study of social interactions that shape economic and political behaviour, and the drivers of political ideology and participation in political movements. 

Noam YUCHTMAN will present a paper, joint with Martin BERAJA and David Y. YANG, at the next Departmental Seminar via Zoom on the theme:

AI-tocracy (read Abstract, PDF 28.94 KB)

More about Noam YUCHTMAN and his research

Date: Monday April 19th - 2:45 PM
Location: Zoom

Friday Seminar via Zoom - Apr 16th

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Dániel Gyetvai

 

 

Dániel GYETVAI is a PhD Candidate in Economics at Sciences Po, working on a thesis entitled Assessing the Optimality of the French Unemployment Insurance Scheme, under the supervision of Pierre CAHUC.

Dániel GYETVAI will present a paper at the next Friday Seminar via Zoom on the theme:

The Wage Effects of UI Reform (abstract to follow)

 

Samuel Delpeuch

 

Samuel DELPEUCH is a PhD Candidate in Economics at Sciences Po, working on a thesis entitled Globalization's New Faces, under the supervision of Thierry MAYER.

Samuel DELPEUCH will present a paper, joint with Margarita LOPEZ-FORERO and Jean-Charles BRICONGNE, at the next Friday Seminar via Zoom on the theme:

Productivity Slowdown and MNEs' Intangibles: where is productivity measured? (read Abstract, PDF 76.68 KB) 


Date:
Friday, April 16th - 12:30 PM
Location: Zoom

Banque de France Research Seminar - Apr 14th

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The next Banque de France/Sciences Po Research Seminar "Banks and the Financial System: what regulation?" will host Xavier RAGOT (CNRS Director and Professor at Sciences Po, President of the OFCE) on the theme:

Monetary and Fiscal Policy: A New Coordination ?

Banque de France / Sciences Po Research Seminars discuss issues on banking, financial systems and financial regulation. The objective is to confront the approaches and ideas of academics and practitioners.

If you would like to attend, please contact Sandrine LE GOFF by email.

Seminars are organised by Vivien Levy-Garboua (BNP Paribas), Denis Beau (Sous-Gouverneur, Banque de France), Stéphane GUIBAUD (Professor at Sciences Po).

Date: Wed, 2020/04/14 - 18:00 - 20:00
Location: Zoom

Paris Trade Seminar via Zoom - Apr 13th

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Jan Eeckhout

Jan EECKHOUT is ICREA Research Professor at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Barcelona GSE Research Professor, and Professor of Economics at University College London (UCL). He is also a Fellow at the Econometric Society and at the European Economic Association, a Member of the Academia Europae, a Research Associate at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), and a Research Fellow at the CEPR and at CORE. Among his current editorial duties he is on the Editorial Board of the Review of Economic Dynamics and the Journal of Economic Theory

He has teaching and research interests in Macroeconomics, with a special emphasis on the labour market. He studies unemployment, labour market risk, skill diversity, inequality in cities, and the macroeconomic implications of market power. His research has been supported by several government grants, including funding from the National Science Foundation (US) and the European Research Council (Starting and Advanced Grants), as well as private grants.

Jan EECKHOUT will present a paper, joint with Shubhdeep DEB, Aseem PATEL and Lawrence WARREN, at the next Paris Trade Seminar via Zoom on the theme:

Market Power and Wage Inequality (paper to follow)

More about Jan EECKHOUT and his research

Date: Tuesday, April 13th - 2:30 PM
Location: Zoom (link to follow)

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