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Seminars


21-09-2017 | PEPES Seminar: Thiemo FETZER (University of Warwick)
Thiemo FETZER Thiemo FETZER is Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Warwick. He is also affiliated with the Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE) at University of Warwick and the Spatial Economics Research Centre (SERC) at London School of Economics. His current research interests focus on development economics, political economy and resource economics. Thiemo FETZER will present a paper, joint with Stephan KYBURZ, at the first PEPES Seminar of the academic year on the theme: Does Democracy Moderate Resource-induced Conflicts? (link to paper) More about Thomas FETZER and his research The next PEPES Seminar will host Daniel CHEN on October 19th.
22-09-2017 | Friday Seminar : Eduardo PEREZ (SciencesPo)
Eduardo PEREZ Eduardo PEREZ is a Professor of Economics at SciencesPo. He is also a CEPR Research Affiliate. His research interests focus on microeconomic theory, game theory, information economics, political economics. Eduardo PEREZ will present a paper, joint with Vasiliki SKRETA, at the next Friday Seminar on the theme: Information Design under Falsification (link to Abstract) The next Friday Seminar will host Ricardo ZAGO on September 29th.
25-09-2017 | Departmental Seminar : Nico VOIGTLANDER (Anderson School of Management, UCLA)
Nico VOIGTLANDER Nico VOIGTLANDER is Associate Professor of Economics (with tenure) at UCLA's Anderson School of Management. He is a Research Associate at NBER and Research Affiliate at NBER. He is Associate Editor for three journals: Journal of the European Economic Association, Explorations in Economic History, and Journal of Development Economics. His research interests include Economic Growth and Development, Economic History, Political Economy, Trade and Productivity. Nico VOIGTLANDER will present a paper, joint with Charles ANGELUCCI and Simone MERAGLIA, at the next Departmental Seminar on the theme: The Medieval Roots of Inclusive Institutions: From the Norman Conquest of England to the Great Reform Act (link to PDF) More about Nico VOIGTLANDER and his research The next Departmental Seminar will host Lorenzo CALIENDO on October 2nd.
26-09-2017 | TRADE Seminar Sciences Po/PSE : Daniel TREFLER (University of Toronto)
Daniel TREFLER Daniel TREFLER is the J. Douglas and Ruth Grant Canada Research Chair in Competitiveness and Prosperity at the Rotman School of Management and Department of Economics of the University of Toronto. He is a Senior Research Fellow at the Canadian Institute for Advanced Studies (CIFAR), a Research Fellow at the C.D. Howe Institute and serves as an advisor to the Institute for Competitiveness & Prosperity. Internationally, he is a Research Fellow at NBER, the Centre for Policy Research (Europe), and the International Growth Centre (London). His research focuses on international economics, economic development, and technology and productivity. Daniel TREFLER will present a paper at the next Paris Trade Seminar on the theme: Trade and Innovation: The Role of Scale and Competition Effect More about Daniel TREFLER and his research The next Paris Trade Seminar will host Mario LARCH on October 10th .
29-09-2017 | Friday Seminar : Riccardo ZAGO (PhD candidate SciencesPo)
Riccardo ZAGO Riccardo ZAGO is a PhD Candidate in Economics at SciencesPo. He is currently working on a thesis entitled "Monetary Policy and Job Polarization", under the supervision of Etienne WASMER. He will present a paper at the next Friady Seminar on the theme: Title: TBA More about Riccardo ZAGO and his research The next Friday Seminar will host Joanne TAN on October 6th.
02-10-2017 | Departmental Seminar : Lorenzo CALIENDO (Yale School of Management)
Lorenzo CALIENDO Lorenzo CALIENDO is Associate Professor of Economics at Yale's School of Management. He is also a member of the research staff at the Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Research Fellow at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs and Faculty Research Fellow at NBER. He is Associate Editor for the Journal of International Economics. His research is focused on understanding and quantifying the economic effects of international trade and migration. Lorenzo CALLIENDO will present a paper at the next Departmental Seminar on the theme: Migration and Trade: A Quantitative Assessment of the EU Accession (link to Abstract upcoming) More about Lorenzo CALLIENDO and his research The next Departmental Seminar will host Rafael DI TELLA on October 9th
06-10-2017 | Friday Seminar : Joanne TAN (PhD candidate SciencesPo)
Joanne TAN Joanne Yu Min TAN is a PhD Candidate in Economics at SciencesPo. She is currently working on a thesis entitled Human Capital Investment and Labour Market Mismatch, under the supervision of Jean-Marc ROBIN. Her research interests include labour economics,applied econometrics as well as economics of education. Joanne TAN will present a paper at the next Friday Seminar on the theme: Multi-dimensional heterogeneity and matching in a frictional labour market (link to Abstract) More about Joanne TAN and her research The next Friday Seminar will host Clément BELLET on October 6th.  
09-10-2017 | Departmental Seminar : Rafael DI TELLA (Harvard Business School)
Rafael DI TELLA Rafael DI TELLA is William Ziegler Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. He is Associate Editor for the Journal of Development Economics and for Economia. He works on political economy, with a focus on institutional development. His research has concerned itself with the causes of illegal behavior, with applications to corruption and common crime. Another strand of work studies measures of happiness and how they can inform government policies on issues that range from the incidence of inequality to the inflation-unemployment tradeoff. His current research studies the role of beliefs in economic organization, including reversals of pro-market reform and, more generally, why doesn't capitalism flow to poor countries. Rafael DI TELLA will present a paper, joint with Juan DUBRA and Alejandro LAGOMARSINO, at the next Departmental Seminar on the theme: Meet the Oligarchs: Business Legitimacy, State Capacity and Taxation (link to PDF) More about Rafael DI TELLA and his research The next Departmental Seminar will host Stephen MORRIS October 16th.
10-10-2017 | TRADE Seminar Sciences Po/PSE : Mario LARCH (University of Bayreuth)
Mario LARCH Mario LARCH is W3-Professor for Empirical Economics (Chair) at the University of Bayreuth. He is a member of the Standing Field Committee in International Economics of the German Economic Societ as well as Research Professor of the ifo Center for International Economics at the ifo Institute - Leibniz Institute for Economic Research at the University of Munich. He is External Fellow of the Nottingham Centre for Research on Globalisation and Economic Policy (GEP) as well as Fellow of the CESifo Research Network. He is also one of the Managing Editors of the German Economic Review. His research interests focus on theoretical and empirical international trade, microeconometrics (panel econometrics, count data models) and spatial econometrics. Mario LARCH will present a paper at the next Paris Trade Seminar on the theme: Title: TBA More about Mario LARCH and his research The next Paris Trade Seminar will host James Anderson on October 17th .
13-10-2017 | Friday Seminar : Clément BELLET (LSE)
Clément BELLET Clément BELLET is a Postdoctoral Research Officer for the Wellbeing Programme at the Center of Economic Performance at the LSE. In 2016, he successfully defended his thesis entitled "Consumption, Inequality and Welfare: Implications of Reference-Dependent Preferences for the Theory of Consumer Behavior", and supervised by Philippe MARTIN. His research interests focus on consumption and savings, behavioral economics, inequality and well-being. Clément BELLET will present a paper at the next Friday Seminar on the theme: Title: TBA More about Clément BELLET and his research The next Friday Seminar will host Pierre DESCHAMPS on October 20th.
16-10-2017 | Departmental Seminar : Stephen MORRIS (Princeton University)
Stephen MORRIS Stephen MORRIS is the Alexander Stewart 1886 Professor of Economics at Princeton University. He is a faculty member of the Department of Economics, the founding and current director of the William S. Dietrich Economic Theory Center and an affiliate of the Bendheim Center of Finance and the Research Program in Political Economy. He is a former Sloan Research Fellow, a Fellow of the Econometric Society, and an elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.  He served as editor of Econometrica from 2007-2011 and is currently Second Vice President of the Econometric Society. His research focuses foundations and applications of game theory and mechanism design, and in particular the role of incomplete information.  Applications include finance, auctions, macroeconomics and political economy. Stephen MORRIS will present a paper at the next Departmental Seminar on the theme: Crises: Equilibrium Shifts and Large Shocks (link to Abstract upcoming) More about Stephen MORRIS and his research The next Departmental Seminar will host Fred MALHERBE on October 23rd
17-10-2017 | TRADE Seminar Sciences Po/PSE : James ANDERSON (Boston College)
James ANDERSON James ANDERSON is the William B. Neenan S.J. Millennium Professor of Economics at Boston College and Research Associate at NBER. He is a member of the Editorial Board for the Review of International Economics and, in the past, for the American Economic Review and for the Journal of International Economics. His research focuses on international trade, political economy, micro theory and applications, economic history, and economic development. James ANDERSON will present a paper at the next Paris Trade Seminar on the theme: Title: TBA More about James ANDERSON and his research The next Paris Trade Seminar will host Kevin O'ROURKE on November 7th.

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