Friday Seminar on Zoom - May 15th

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Johannes Boehm

Johannes Boehm is Assistant Professor at the Department. He is also a Research Affiliate of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), a Research Associate at the Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, and an Affiliate of the CESifo Research Network.

Johannes works on macroeconomics, international trade, and industrial organization. He is particularly interested in the determinants of firm productivity and the role that firms play in the process of economic growth.

He will present a paper, joint with Ezra OBERFIELD, at the next Friday Seminar via zoom on the theme:

Growth and the Fragmentation of Production (PDF, 43,58 KB)

More about Johannes BOEHM and his research

Our next two Friday Seminars via Zoom will take place:

Exceptional Seminar on Zoom - Thurs May 7th

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Jeanne Hagenbach

Jeanne Hagenbach is a CNRS Researcher and an Associate Professor of Economics at the Department. She is a member of the Editorial Board of the Review of Economic Studies and an Associate Editor at the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. She is also a CEPR Research Fellow.

Her research interests are Microeconomic Theory, Game Theory, as well as Experimental and Behavioural Economics. She is particularly interested in understanding how agents communicate strategically and form self-serving beliefs. In 2019, she received an ERC grant for her project "Motivated Reading of Evidence" (MOREV).

She will present a paper, joint with Frédéric KOESSLER (CNRS, PSE), at the next Friday Seminar held exceptionally on THURSDAY, May 7th at 1 PM, via Zoom, on the theme:

Selective Memory of a Psychological Agent (PDF, 43,01 KB)

More about Jeanne HAGENBACH and her research

Exceptional Seminar on Zoom - Thursday, Apr 30th

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Thierry Mayer

Thierry MAYER is Professor of Economics and Chair of the Department of Economics at Sciences Po. He is also a a Research Fellow in the International Trade / Regional Economics programme at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR).

His research is primarily focused on economic geography, trade theory and empirics as well as on foreign direct investment determinants. He also published theoretical and empirical analysis of locations choices by multinational firms, studying in particular the extent and determinants of agglomeration patterns. 

He will present a paper, joint with Vanessa ALVIAREZ and Keith HEAD, at the next Friday Seminar held exceptionally on THURSDAY, April 30th at 1 PM, via Zoom, on the theme:

Global Giants and Local Stars: How Changes in Brand Ownership Affect Competition (PDF, 1,15 MB)

More about Thierry MAYER and his research

Our next two Friday Seminars via Zoom will take place exceptionally on Thursday, from 1 to 2 PM: 

  • On Thursday, May 7th: Jeanne HAGENBACH will present Selective Memory of a Psychological Agent

Friday Seminar on Zoom - Apr 24th

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Benjamin Marx

Benjamin MARX is Assistant Professor of Economics at Sciences Po, CEPR Research Affiliate and AALIMS Faculty Fellow.

His research interests are in political economy and development.His work explores issues related to institutions, accountability, and voting behavior in developing countries, with the goal of understanding how institutions and incentives shape economic and political outcomes.

He will present a paper, joint with Samuel BAZZI and Masyhur HILMY, at the next Friday Seminar via Zoom on the theme:

Islam and the State: Religious Education in the Age of Mass Schooling (read the Abstract, PDF 44,24 KB)

More about Benjamin MARX and his research

Our next two Friday Seminars via Zoom will take place exceptionally on Thursday, from 1 to 2 PM:

The CEPR is hosting a new webinar

The RPN on Populism, led by Sergeï GURIEV, is co-organising it
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The Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) announces the creation of an online seminar series on political economy as of May 2020.

Sergeï Guriev

After successfully organising the first annual workshop of the Research and Policy Network (RPN) on populism last year, Sergeï GURIEV will be co-organising this new seminar series on political economy along with the CEPR Political Economy group and the RPN on conflict.

The CEPR Political Economics Webinar series will be held on the first Wednesday of every month at 15:00 London time (16:00 Paris time).

The first CEPR Political Economics Webinar will take place on May 6th, with Daron Acemoglu as its inaugural speaker. This will be followed by Guido Tabellini on June 3rd, and Eliana La Ferrara on July 1st.

The format of the webinars will be as follows: the speaker will have 60 minutes to present their research. During those 60 minutes, questions will be limited to clarifying questions. After that, there will be 15 minutes for general questions and discussions.

This webinar in political economy is for faculty members and graduate students alike and is open for registration (mandatory) now !  

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