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22-06-2018 | Friday Seminar: Sophie CÊTRE (PhD Candidate SciencesPo) and Nicolò DALVIT (PhD Candidate SciencesPo)
Sophie CÊTRE is a PhD candidate at SciencesPo and is working on a thesis entitled "Essays on social preferences and social capital", supervised by Yann ALGAN and Claudia SENIK. Her research interests include Textual analysis, Economics of Higher Education and Experimental Economics. Sophie CÊTRE will present a paper, joint with Max LOBECK, at the next Friday Seminar on the theme: Principals' distributive preferences and the incentivization of agents (link to Abstract, PDF) More about Sophie CÊTRE and her research ******************************** Nicolò DALVIT is a PhD candidate at SciencesPo and is working on a thesis entitled "Essays on the Structural Analysis of Labor Market Institutions, Unemployment Risk and Wages", under the supervision of Jean-Marc ROBIN. His research interests include labor economics, the role of firms in the labor market and the evaluation of public policies. Nicolò DALVIT will also present a paper at the next Friday Seminar on the theme: The Dynamics of Wages and Labour Flows (link forthcoming) More about Nicolò DALVIT and his research The next Friday Seminar will host Aseem PATEL on June 29th.  
26-06-2018 | TRADE Seminar Sciences Po/PSE : Isabelle MÉJEAN (École Polytechnique)
Isabelle MÉJEAN is Professor of Economics at the École Polytecnique as well as CEPR Research Fellow (International Macroeconomics, International Trade and Regional Economics). Her research interests include international macroeconomics, international trade, and applied macroeconomics. Isabelle MÉJEAN will present a paper, joint with Clémence LENOIR and Julien MARTIN, at the next Trade Seminar on the theme: Search Frictions in International Good Markets (link to Abstract) More about Isabelle MÉJEAN and her research This is the last Paris Trade Seminar for the academic year 2017-18: happy holidays !
29-06-2018 | *UPDATED* Friday Seminar: Aseem PATEL (PhD Candidate SciencesPo)
Aseem PATEL is a PhD Candidate at SciencesPo and is working on a thesis entitled "Employment protection legislation, unemployment and demographics", under the supervision of Jean-Marc ROBIN. Aseem PATEL will present a paper at the final Friday Seminar of the academic year on the theme: Employment Effects of Biased Technological Change (link to paper forthcoming) More about Aseem PATEL and his research  

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