Empirical IO Seminar *in-person* - Mar 29th

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Nicholas Papageorge

Nicholas PAPAGEORGE is the Broadus Mitchell Associate Professor of Economics at Johns Hopkins University (JHU). He is also the Associate Director of the Poverty and Inequality Research Lab at JHU since 2021. His a Faculty Research Fellow at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), a Research Fellow at IZA and an Associate at the Hopkins Population Center. Among his editorial duties, he is Associate Editor of Quantitative Economics and Co-Editor of Research in Economics.

His research interests are in Health, Education, Labour, Innovation, Beliefs, Structural Modelling and Qualitative Data Analysis. His work has received numerous research grants. 

Nicholas PAPAGEORGE will present a paper at the next Empirical IO Seminar on the theme:

Genetic Endowments, Income Dynamics, and Wealth Accumulation Over the Lifecycle (paper to follow)

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Date: TUESDAY, March 29th - 3:15 PM
Location: Department of Economics - 4th floor - Room H 405

The next Empirical IO Seminar will host Kevin WILLIAMS (Yale School of Management) on April 12th.

Roy-ADRES Seminar *in-person* - Mar 28th

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Benjamin Golub

Benjamin GOLUB is Associate Professor of Economics and of Computer Science at Northwestern University since 2020. Prior to joining Northwestern, he taught at Harvard.

Benjamin Golub’s research in economic theory focuses on social and economic networks and related topics. He has received the Calvó-Armengol International Prize, a National Science Foundation CAREER grant in 2019 and the 2012 Aliprantis Prize, with Matt Elliott, for an outstanding paper by a young economic theorist. 

Benjamin GOLUB will present a paper, joint with Andrea GALEOTTI, Sanjeev GOYAL, Eduard TALAMAS, and Omer TAMUZ, at the next Roy-ADRES Seminar on the theme:

Taxes and Market Power: A Network Approach (read abstract, PDF 24.8 KB)

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Date: MONDAY, March 28th - 5 PM
Location: PSE - Jourdan Campus - Room R1-09

The next Roy-ADRES Seminar will host Hector CHADE (Arizona State University) on April 4th. 

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This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 101001694)

Departmental Seminar *via Zoom* - Mar 28th

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Sevgi Yuksel

Sevgi YUKSEL is Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of California Santa Barbara since 2015. She was Visiting Faculty at Princeton in 2018.

Her research interests are in experimental and behavioural economics as well as applied theory.

Sevgi YUKSEL will present a paper, joint with Ignacio ESPONDA and Ryan OPREA, at the next Departmental Seminar on the theme:

Discrimination Without Reason: Biases in Statistical Discrimination (read paper)

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Date: MONDAY, March 28th - 2:45 PM
Location: via Zoom 

The next Departmental Seminar will host Robert MILLER (Carnegie Mellon University) on April 4th.

J.-P. LANDAU on Europe's moral obligation to boycott Russian energy

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Jean-Pierre Landau

Jean-Pierre LANDAU, Associate Faculty member of the Department and founding Dean of Sciences Po’s School of Public Affairs, signed an important opinion piece in the Project Syndicate this week along with Markus Brunnermeier (Professor of Economics and Director of the Bendheim Center for Finance, Princeton), and Harold James (Professor of History and International Affairs at Princeton), on Europe's Moral Obligation to Boycott Russian Energy.

The single most effective way to force the Kremlin to reverse course is to absorb the costs of cutting off the Russian war machine.

They concede of course, that there will be high, painful costs for Europe to renounce to its oil and gas imports from Russia. Ultimately it will require reducing European energy consumption. Yet for years now, European leaders “have… been worried about the long-term costs of carbon energy and its implications for the planet... we should make some sacrifices today in order to make life better for subsequent generations. But now, Russia has made this logic even simpler."

Not only that, but it is the right, the moral thing to do, they argue. It is important that Europe “back up its lofty rhetoric with action, and to show that Europeans are not hypocrites.” For years the claim has been that “morality and the promotion of shared values… (that) Europe’s soft power is more effective than the hard power of the United States.”

The war in Ukraine is the opportunity to prove it.

Read their full demonstration in the Project Syndicate now!

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Friday Seminar *in-person* - Mar 25th

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Victor Saint-Jean

Victor SAINT-JEAN is a PhD Candidate in Economics at Sciences Po working on a thesis entitled Market Structure with Dark Trading Venues, under the supervision of Stéphane GUIBAUD.

His research explores investors' impact on market liquidity, asset prices, and firms' decisions. he is particularly interested in the rise of socially responsible investment (SRI).

Victor SAINT-JEAN will present a paper at the next Friday Seminar on the theme:

Stay or Sell? Divestment, Activism and Corporate Social Responsibility (read abstract, PDF 25.11 KB)

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Date: FRIDAY, March 25th - 12:30 PM
Location: Department of Economics - 4th floor - Room H 405

The next Friday Seminar will host Clémence LOBUT (PhD Candidates, Sciences Po) on April 1st.

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