*CANCELLED* FRIDAY Seminar - Mar 13th

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Cyril Couaillier

Cyril COUAILLIER is a PhD candidate at Sciences Po working on a thesis entitled "Interactions and Regulations" under the supervision of Stéphane GUIBAUD. He is also currently a Research Economist in the Macroprudential Unit of the Banque de France.

He will present a paper, joint with Valerio SCALONE, at the next Friday Seminar on the theme:

How does Financial Vulnerability Amplify Housing and Credit Shocks? (read paper, PDF 760,52 KB)

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Dorian Henricot

 

Dorian HENRICOT is a PhD candidate at Sciences Po working on a thesis entitled "Financial Frictions, Financial Crises, and Macroprudential Policy" under the supervision of Nicolas CŒURDACIER. He is also currently an economist in the Financial Stability Division of the Banque de France.

He will present a paper at the next Friday Seminar on the theme:

The Market Impact of the Countercyclical Capital Buffer (read Abstract, PDF 50,73 KB)

  

The next Friday Seminar will host Oliver CASSAGNEAU-FRANCIS (Sciences Po) on March 20th.

*CANCELLED* PEPES Seminar - Mar 12th

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Samuel Bazzi

Samuel BAZZI is Assistant Professor of Economics at Boston University. He is a NBER Faculty Research Associate as well as a Research Affiliate at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), at the Global Development Policy Center (Boston U), and at the International Growth Center (IGC). He is also a Junior Research Affiliate at the Bureau for Research and Economic Analysis of Development (BREAD). He has a number of editorial activities and is notably the Associate Editor of the Journal of the European Economics Association and of the Journal of Development Economics.

His research interests include the fields of Development, Political Economy, and Migration.

Samuel BAZZI will present a paper, joint with Martin FISZBEIN and Mesay GEBBRESILASSE, at the next PEPES Seminar on the theme:

Frontier Culture: The Roots and Persistence of "Rugged Individualism" in the United States (read paper)

More about Samuel BAZZI and his research

Date : Thurs, 2020-03-12 12:30
Location : PSE, 48 boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris - ROOM R1-13

The next PEPES Seminar will host Marta REYNAL-QEYROL (Barcelona GSE) on March 19th

*CANCELLED* EMPIRICAL IO Seminar - Mar 10th

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Michela Tincani

Michela TINCANI is Assistant Professor of Economics at University College London (UCL). She is also a Research Fellow at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS). In 2019, she was awarded the UCL Provost's Education Award and a UCL Faculty Education award for outstanding contributions to education at UCL.

She is an applied economist with an interest in social inequalities. She aims to bring together data and economic theory to answer policy relevant questions. Her research work combines novel data collections, large administrative data, experimental and quasi-experimental data with economic theory (dynamic decision-making, general equilibrium, and game theory). 

Michela TINCANI will present a paper at the next Empirical IO Seminar on the theme:

Incentive Effects of Preferential Admissions under Subjective Beliefs

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Date: 2020-03-10 14:45
Location: Department of Economics, 28 rue des Saints Pères - ROOM H 402

The next Empirical IO Seminar will host George GAYLE (Washington University at Saint Louis) on March 24th.

DEPARTMENTAL Seminar - Mar 9th

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Claire Montialoux

Claire MONTIALOUX is Assistant Professor at the Goldman School if Public Policy at UC Berkeley. She is also a Faculty Affiliate of the Opportunity Lab and of IRLE at UC Berkeley, as well as Research Affiliate at the Institut des politiques publiques (IPP). Prior to joining UC Berkeley, as a Research Economist at IRLE at first, Claire MONTIALOUX worked in both the public and private sectors as an analyst and consultant.

Her research interests include topics in labour economics, political economy, and economic history. She studies policies aimed at reducing deep-rooted inequalities in the labor market, with a particular focus on minimum wages and racial earnings gaps.

Claire MONTIALOUX will present a paper, joint with Ellora DERENONCOURT, at the next Departmental Seminar on the theme:

Minimum Wages and Racial Inquality (read paper)

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Date: 2020-03-09 14:45
Location: Department of Economics, 28 rue des Saints Pères - ROOM H 405

The next Departmental Seminar will host François GEEROLF on March 16th.

 

FRIDAY Seminar - Mar 6th

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Zsófia Bárány

Zsófia BÁRÁNY is Assistant Professor of Economics at the Department. She is also a CEPR Research Affiliate for the Macroeconomics and Growth Programme Area and a Research Fellow at at the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA).

Her main research interest as a macreconomist is the relationship between growth, technological change, education and its impact on the labour market. Her research tends to combine micro-level data with macro models and aims at understanding the driving forces behind long-run trends in the evolution of labour market outcomes, such as inequality, or job polarization, taking into account individual heterogeneity. Her work has been published in the Journal of Labor Economics and the American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics. In September 2018, she was awarded a prestigious 4-year ANR grant for her project on Technology and Polarization of Employment (TOPAZE).

Zsófia BÁRÁNY will present a paper, joint with Moshe BUCHINSKY and Tamás K. PAPP, at the next Friday Seminar on the theme:

Technological Changes, the Labor Market, and Schooling - A General Equilibrium Model with Multidimensional Individual Skills (read the abstract, PDF 599,86 KB)

More about Zsófia BÁRÁNY and her research

Date: Fri, 2020-03-06 12:30
Location: Department of Economics, 28 rue des Saints Pères - ROOM H 405

The next Friday Seminar will host Cyril COUAILLIER and Dorian HENRICOTon March 13th.

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