PhD Day via Zoom - June 11th
- Paper in a typewriter on which it is written "New Research"
This year the Department is dedicating June 11th to our PhD students on Zoom, COVID-19 obliged. Our first year students will have the opportunity to present their work for the first time to their peers and faculty members.
First time presentations can be daunting - save the date and come join us to warmly support our first year PhD Candidates !
- 10.15–10.45 Leonard LE ROUX : Traditional leaders and local government in South Africa (thesis supervisor: Benjamin Marx)
- 10.45–11.15 Kevin PARRA RAMIREZ : Exchange of information and bank deposits in international financial centres (thesis supervisor: Philippe Martin)
- 11.15–11.30 Break
- 11.30–12.00 Nourhan HASHISH : The Egyptian Public Sector Minimum Wage: A Driver for Married Females Labor Force Participation? (thesis supervisor: Sergeï Guriev)
- 12.00–12.30 Mylene FEUILLADE : Within- and Between-City Real Income Disparities (thesis supervisor: Pierre-Philippe Combes)
- 12.30–13.45 Lunch Break
- 13.45–14.15 Juan Sebastian IVARS : Team performance and market competition (thesis supervisor: Jeanne Hagenbach)
- 14.15–14.45 Moritz HENGEL : Hosting Media Bias: Evidence from the Universe of French Television and Radio shows (2002-2020) (thesis supervisor: Julia Cagé)
- 14.45–15.00 Break
- 15.00–15.30 Valentin MARCHAL : Is a low-inflation target compatible with degrowth? (thesis supervisor: Stéphane Guibaud)
- 15.30–16.00 Clemens GRAF VON LUECKNER : Decrypting Hidden Capital Flows (thesis supervisor: Stéphane Guibaud)
When ? Friday, JUNE 11th, 2021 - 10:15 AM to 4 PM
Where ? Join on Zoom (link to follow)
* For students whose internet connection is not optimal, they may present their work in Room H 405 (28, rue des Saints Pères)