- Portrait of René Roy and stylised equations
Tangren FENG is Assistant Professor at the the Department of Decision Sciences of Bocconi University since 2020. He is also an Affiliate of the Innocenzo Gasparini Institute for Economic Research (IGIER).
His research focuses on economic theory, in particular, mechanism design and social choice. He holds a PhD in Economics form the University of Michigan and was awarded the Michael Moore Dissertation Research Prize in 2020.
Tangren FENG will present a paper at the next Roy-ADRES Seminar on the theme:
Date: MONDAY, December 12th - 5 pm
Location: PSE - Jourdan Campus - Room R1-09
The Roy-ADRES Seminar series will be taking a break: join us March 6th when it resumes - we will be hosting Benjamin BROOKS (University of Chicago).
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Johannes SPINNEWIJN is Professor and Director of the PhD in Economics at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). He is also the Director of the public economics programme at the Suntory and Toyota International Centres for Economics and Related Disciplines (STICERD), and a Research Fellow at the Centre for Economic Performance (CEP), at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) and at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS). Among his editorial activities, he is Co-Editor of the Journal of Public Economics, and an Associate Editor at the American Economic Review, and at the Review of Economic Studies.
His research interests are in public economics, social insurance, behavioural economics, and health economics. Regularly published in top-tier international journals, his research has also been awarded an important ERC Starting Grant for the his project HeteroPolis. He is the recipient of the 2021 Award by the Swedish Unemployment Insurance Fund’s Research Council and the 2015 Wiley Prize by the British Academy.
Johannes SPINNEWIJN will present a paper, joint with Andreas Mueller, at the next Departmental Seminar on the theme:
Date: MONDAY, December 12th - 2:45 pm
Location: Department of Economics - 4th floor - Salle Jean-Paul Fitoussi
The Departmental Seminar will be taking a break until February 2023 but we will be hosting an exceptional seminar with Adrien AUCLERT (Stanford) next Monday, on December 19th.
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Clemens GRAF von LUCKNER is a PhD Candidate in Economics at Sciences Po working on a thesis entitled Essays on International Finance and the Economics of Sovereign Default, under the supervision of Stéphane GUIBAUD. He is also an Economist at the World Bank.
Clemens GRAF von LUCKNER will present a paper at the next Friday Seminar on the theme:
Clémence LOBUT is a PhD Candidate in Economics at Sciences Po working on a thesis entitled Impact of Technology and Teaching Practices on Students’ Cognitive and Sociocognitive Skills, under the supervision of Denis FOUGÈRE and Ghazala AZMAT.
Clémence LOBUT will present a paper at the next Friday Seminar on the theme:
Teacher Value Added and Pedagogical Practices (abstract to follow)
Date: FRIDAY, December 9th - 12:30 PM
Location: Department of Economics - 4th floor - Room H 405
The next Friday Seminar will host Jean-Stéphane MÉSONNIER (Sciences Po and Banque de France) on December 16th.
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Every two years, the Association Revue économique honours the exceptional career of a researcher in economics. We are pleased to announce that the laureate of the 2022 Prix de la Revue économique is faculty member and former Head of the Department, Jean-Marc ROBIN.
On this occasion, the President of the Association Revue économique, Béatrice Boulu-Reshef, the president of its Scientific Council, Gabriel Desgranges, and the editor-in-chief, David Margolis, are proposing a one-day symposium, organised by the Association Revue économique , in partnership with Sciences Po, and with the support of the ANR and the ERC, on a theme central to Jean-Marc Robin’s work:
Sorting and Matching – Prospections et appariements
When? TUESDAY, December 20th – 9 am to 6 pm
Where? Sciences Po: 28, rue des Saints Pères 75007 – Ground floor - Amphi Simone Veil
8.30 - 9 AM - Welcome, coffee
9.00 AM - Thierry Magnac (Toulouse School of Economics)
Human Capital and Search: A Happy Matching ?
9.40 AM - Richard BIundell (University College London & Institute for Fiscal Studies)
Wage Progression, Human Capital, and the Skill Search
10.20 - 10.40 AM - Pause
10.40 AM - Francis Kramarz (Crest-Ensae & IPParis), joint with Philippe Choné (Crest-ENSAE)
Matching Workers' Skills and Firms' Technologies: From Bundling to Unbundling
11.20 AM - John M. Abowd (U.S. Census Bureau), joint with Kevin L. McKinney (NBER)
Random Effects Methods for Searching and Matching Research
12 PM - 2 PM - Lunch
2.00 PM - Fabien Postel-Vinay (University College London & Institute for Fiscal Studies), joint with Giuseppe Moscarini (Yale)
The Job Ladder: Inflation vs. Reallocation
2.40 PM - Rasmus Lentz (University of Wisconsin-Madison), joint with Suphanit Piyapromdee (UCL) and Jean-Marc Robin (Sciences Po)
The Anatomy of Sorting - Evidence from Danish Data
3.20 - 3.40 PM - Break
3.40 PM - Stéphane Bonhomme (University of Chicago), joint with Angela Denis (Bank of Spain)
Estimating Individual Responses when Tomorrow Matters
4.20 PM - Marion Goussé (Crest-Ensai), joint with Nicolas Jaquemet (Paris I) and Jean-Marc Robin (Sciences Po)
Culture and Marriage: Lessons from the German Reunification
5 PM - Awarding of the 2022 Prize by David Margolis (editor-in-chief, Revue économique) and Gabriel Desgranges (President of the Scientific Council, Revue économique). A few words by Jean-Marc Robin (Sciences Po)
If you would like to attend this exceptional symposium, please send an email to Revue économique.
Jean-Marc ROBIN’s research interests are in microeconometrics, labour microeconomics, and search and matching.
He has been conducting his research at the Department since 2010, where he was awarded in 2010 and in 2021 two ERC Advanced Grants. He is a Fellow of the Econometric Society, and former co-editor of Econometrica. In 2018, he was made Fellow of the Institut Universitaire de France.
He is also a part-time Professor of Economics at University College London (UCL), and a member of the Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice (CEMMAP), at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).
- Portrait of René Roy and stylised equations
Anne-Katrin ROESLER is an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Toronto. She is also a Research Affiliate at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR). Before joining the U of T, she was an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Michigan for three years and prior to that, a Research Associate at the Kellogg School of Management of Northwestern University.
She is a microeconomic theorist, investigating topics in game theory, information economics, mechanism, and information design. Her research agenda focuses on better understanding the strategic aspects and impact of private learning, information acquisition, and disclosure in a wide range of settings, ranging from monopoly pricing to team collaboration and matching.
Anne-Katrin ROESLER will present a paper, joint with Rahul Deb and Mallesh Pai, at an exceptional Roy-ADRES Seminar on the theme:
Date: THURSDAY, December 8th - 12:30 PM
Location: PSE - Jourdan Campus - Room R1-14
The next Roy-ADRES Seminar will host Tangren FENG (Bocconi) on December 12th.