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Seminars


21-01-2019 | Jurre THIEL (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) - Job talk
Jurre THIEL is a PhD Candidate at the School of Business and Economics of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and will present his job market paper on the theme: Price discrimination, switching costs and welfare: Evidence from the Dutch mortgage market (link to paper) Research fields: Industrial Organization; Applied Econometrics More about Jurre THIEL and his research
22-01-2019 | *UPDATED* TRADE Seminar Sciences Po/PSE: Marc-Andreas MUENDLER (UC at San Diego)
Marc-Andreas MUENDLER is Professor of Economics at the University of California, San Diego. He is currently on leave to serve as the Acting Chair of International Economics at the University of St Gallen, Switzerland. Muendler is also a Research Professor at the ifo Institute and a NBER Research Associate. He has worked as a consultant to the World Trade Organization, the World Bank and private businesses, and as a consulting researcher for the Brazilian labor ministry, the Brazilian census bureau, the German central bank and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.  His fields of interest include international and development economics, entrepreneurship, and information economics. Muendler conducts research into local impacts of global markets. Marc-Andreas MUENDLER will present a paper, joint with Sascha O. BECKER, Hartmut EGGER and Michael KOCH, at the next Paris Trade Seminar on the theme: Tasks, Occupations, and Wage Inequality in an Open Economy (link to paper, PDF) More about Marc-Andreas MUENDLER and his research The next Paris Trade Seminar will host Romain WACZIARG on February 5th.
23-01-2019 | *UPDATED* Mehdi BENATIYA ANDALOUSSI (Columbia) - Job talk
Mehdi BENATIYA ANDALOUSSI is a PhD Candidate at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and will present his job market paper on the theme: Clearing the Air The role of technology adoption in the electricity generation sector (link to paper) Research fields: Resource and Environmental Economics (primary) Urban Economics; Economic Geography (secondary) More about Mehdi BENATIYA ANDALOUSSI and his research
25-01-2019 | Max TABORD-MEEHAN (Northwestern) - Job talk
Max TABORD-MEEHAN is a PhD Candidate at the Economics Department of Northwestern University and will present his job market paper on the theme: Stratification Trees for Adaptive Randomization in Randomized Controlled Trials (link to paper) Research fields: Econometrics More about Max TABORD-MEEHAN and his research
28-01-2019 | Elena FALCETTONI (University of Minnesota) - Job talk
Elena FALCETTONI is a PhD Candidate at the Department of Economics of the University of Minnesota and will present her job market paper on the theme: The Determinants of Physicians’ Location Choice: Understanding the Rural Shortage (link to paper) Research fields: Applied Microeconomics; Health Economics; Industrial Organization More about Elena FALCETTONI and her research
29-01-2019 | El Hadi CAOUI (UCLA) - Job talk
El Hadi CAOUI is a PhD Candidate at the Economics Department of the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and will present his job market paper on the theme: Intra-Firm Technology Adoption under Network Effects: Evidence from the Movie Industry (link to paper) Research fields: Industrial Organization Applied Microeconomics More about El Hadi CAOUI and his research
01-02-2019 | Louise LAAGE (Yale) - Job talk
Louise LAAGE is a PhD Candidate at the Department of Economics of Yale University and will present her job market paper on the theme: A Correlated Random Coefficient Panel Model with Time-Varying Endogeneity (link to paper) Research fields: Econometrics More about Louise LAAGE and her research
05-02-2019 | TRADE Seminar Sciences Po/ PSE: Romain WACZIARG (UCLA)
Romain WACZIARG is Professor of Economics and the Hans Hufschmid Chair in Management at UCLA's Anderson School of Management. He is also a NBER Research Associate (Political Economy, International Finance and Macroeconomics programs).  Through his research he seeks to understand what explains economic performance and, in particular, what makes countries successful. Globalization, by reducing barriers to the flow of goods, capital, people and technology, especially, facilitates the spread of wealth. He is also interested in the causes and effects of the global spread of democracy: "is democracy a luxury good that only wealthy countries can afford, or does democracy promote prosperity? " Romain WACZIARG will present a paper at the next Paris Trade Seminar on the theme: Title: TBA More about Romain WACZIARG and his research The next Paris Trade Seminar will host Thomas SAMPSON on February 19th.    
16-05-2019 | PEPES Seminar: Claudio FERRAZ (PUC de Rio de Janeiro)
Claudio FERRAZ is Itaú-Unibanco Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro as well as the Scientific Director of Latin America J-PAL. He is a Fellow at BREAD, an Affiliated Professor for the J-PAL, for Evidence in Governance and Politics and Research Affiliate at the International Growth Centre (IGC). He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Development Economics and the Latin American Economic Review, and he sits on the Editorial Board of the World Bank Economic Review. His research focuses on the relationship between political institutions and economic development. 

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