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Seminars


24-05-2018 | *LOCATION UPDATE* - EXCEPTIONAL Departmental Seminar: Leonardo BURSZTYN (University of Chicago)
Leonardo BURSZTYN is an Assistant Professor at the Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics of the University of Chicago. He is also a Faculty Research Fellow at NBER, and an Affiliate for the Bureau for Research and Economic Analysis of Development (BREAD), the J-PAL and the California Center for Population Research (CCPR). His research interests include Behavioral Economics, Political Economy and Development Economics. Leonardo BURSZTYN will present a paper at the next Departmental Seminar on the theme: Misperceived Social Norms: Female Labor Force Participation in Saudi Arabia More about Leonard BURSZTYN and his research
25-05-2018 | Friday Seminar: Quentin VANDEWEYER (PhD Candidate SciencesPo)
Quentin VANDEWEYER is a PhD Candidate at SciencesPo working on a thesis entitled "Social Network, Social Multiplier and Labor Market Dynamics", under the supervision of Etienne WASMER. In parallel, he is currently an economist at the European Central Bank. Quentin VANDEWEYER will present a paper at the next Friday Seminar on the theme: A Model of Monetary Policies with Leveraged Intermediaries (link to paper forthcoming) More about Quentin VANDEWEYER and his research The next Friday Seminar will host Arthur Guillouzouic Le Corff on June 1st.
28-05-2018 | Departmental Seminar: Jennifer La'O (Columbia University)
Jennifer La'O is Assistant Professor of Economics at Columbia University and a Faculty Research Fellow at NBER. Before joining Columbia, she was Assistant Professor at Chicago University's Booth School of Business as well as Senior Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. She was recently bestowed a National Science Foundation CAREER Award. Her research interests focus on macroeconomics and applied theory, more specifically the effects of informational and financial frictions on the business cycle. Her recent work studies optimal fiscal and monetary policy when firms face informational limitations, the aggregate implications of production networks and distortions, as well as the effects of complex interdealer/bank networks on financial stability. Jennifer La'O will present a paper at the next Departmental Seminar on the theme: Title: TBA More about Jennifer La'O and her research The next Departmental Seminar will host Martin SCHNEIDER on June 4th.
29-05-2018 | *UPDATED* TRADE Seminar Sciences Po/PSE : Ralph OSSA (University of Zurich)
Ralph OSSA is Professor of Economics of Globalization and Emerging Markets at the University of Zurich. He is a Faculty Research Fellow at NBER. He is also Co-Editor of the Journal of International Economics. He has conducted research in both these areas with a particular emphasis on questions of policy relevance. For example, he has explored the economics of trade wars and trade talks and estimated how much countries gain from international trade. Ralph OSSA will present a paper, joint with Chang-Tai HSIEH, Nicholas LI and Mu-Jeung YANG, at the next Trade Seminar on the theme: Accounting for the New Gains from Trade Liberalization (link to paper, PDF) More about Ralph OSSA and his research The next Paris Trade Seminar will take place on June 12th with Stephen REDDING.
31-05-2018 | PEPES Seminar: Austin WRIGHT (Harris School of the University of Chicago)
Austin WRIGHT is an Assistant Professor of Public Policy at the Harris School of the University of Chicago. He is a Faculty Affiliate of the Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Conflicts, the Empirical Studies of Conflict Project, and non-resident fellow of the Liechtenstein Institute. He is a non-resident Research Associate of the Deep South Watch program in Thailand. His research leverages micro-level data to study the political economy of conflict and crime in Afghanistan, Colombia, Indonesia, Iraq, and Thailand. His research on substate conflict largely focuses on rebel strategy, examining how rebel groups adopt new technologies of war in a dynamic environment. His work also analyzes how individuals respond to unexpected economic and climatic conditions, including projects on opium diseases and intelligence sharing, weather shocks and crime, and wildfires and interpersonal violence. Austin WRIGHT will present a paper at the next PEPES Seminar on the theme: Title: TBA More about Austin WRIGHT and his research   The next PEPES Seminar will host Sascha O. BECKER on June 14th.  
01-06-2018 | *UPDATED* Friday Seminar: Arthur GUILLOUZOUIC LE CORFF (PhD Candidate SciencesPo)
Arthur GUILLOUZOUIC LE CORFF is a PhD candidate at SciencesPo and is working on a thesis entitled "Retombées technologiques et choix de localisation des firmes innovantes", supervised by Emeric HENRY and co-advised by Thomas CHANEY and Thierry MAYER. His research interests include economics of innovation, social and economic networks, urban economics and energy economics. Arthur GUILLOUZOUIC LE CORFF will present a paper, joint with Joan MONRAS and Emeric HENRY, at the next Friday Seminar on the theme: The Public Sector and Local Economic Performance (link to Abstract, PDF) More about Arthur GUILLOUZOUIC LE CORFF and his research The next Friday Seminar will host Ludovic PANON on June 8th.
04-06-2018 | Departmental Seminar: Martin SCHNEIDER (Stanford University)
Martin SCHNEIDER is Professor of Economics at Stanford University. He equally a Research Associate at NBER. He is currently an Associate Editor of the American Economic Journal: Macroeconomics and of Economic Theory. Prior to joining Stanford faculty, he was an Associate Professor of Economics at NYU and Senior Economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. His research interests focus on macroeconomics. Martin SCHNEIDER will present a paper at the next Departmental Seminar on the theme: Title: TBA More about Martin SCHNEIDER and his research The next Departmental Seminar will host Aureo DE PAULA on June 11th.  
08-06-2018 | Friday Seminar: Ludovic PANON (PhD Candidate SciencesPo)
Ludovic PANON is a PhD candidate at SciencesPo and is working on a thesis entitled "Essays in International Trade", supervised by Thomas CHANEY. His research interests include International Trade, Labor Economics, Economic Geography, and Applied Econometrics. Ludovic PANON will present a paper at the next Friday Seminar on the theme: Asylum Policies, International Tensions and Trade Flows: Evidence from the EU More about Ludovic PANON and his research The next Friday Seminar will host Etienne FIZE on June 15th, 2018.
11-06-2018 | Departmental Seminar: Aureo DE PAULA (UCL / Sao Paulo School of Economics - FGV)
Aureo DE PAULA is Professor of Economics at UCL and Professor Titular at the Sao Paulo School of Economics-FGV. He is also a Research Fellow at CEPR and the IFS as well as Research Staff at CeMMAP, a Research Associate at the Population Studies Center (UPenn), a member of the Inequality: Measurement, Interpretation and Policy Network (HCEO), an Associate of the 25th LACEA Anniversary, and most recently Fellow of the Center for Econometrics and Microdata Practice (CEMP, China). Áureo de Paula is an applied econometrician with strong interests in both methodological questions (identification and estimation of multi-agent models) and empirical applications (mostly problems in developing nations). His research is on the intersection of applied economic theory, econometrics and empirical microeconomics. Aureo DE PAULA will present a paper at the next Departmental Seminar on the theme: Title: TBA More about Aureo DE PAULA and his research The next Departmental Seminar will host Dirk BERGEMANN on June 18th.
12-06-2018 | TRADE Seminar Sciences Po/PSE : Stephen REDDING (Princeton)
Stephen REDDING is the Harold T. Shapiro*64 Professor in Economics at Princeton University. He is the Director of the International Trade and Investment Program at NBER and Associate Editor of Econometrica. He is also an International Research Associate at CEP (LSE), a Research Fellow at CEPR and an International Research Fellow at the Kiel Institute for he World Economy. His research interests include international trade and economic geography, and productivity and economic development. Stephen REDDING will present a paper at the next Trade Seminar on the theme: Title: TBC More about Stephen REDDING and his research The next Paris Trade Seminar will be the last so don't miss it: June 26th with Isabelle MEJEAN
14-06-2018 | PEPES Seminar: Sascha O. BECKER (University of Warwick)
Sascha O. BECKER is Professor of Economics and Deputy Director of the Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE) at the University of Warwick. He is also a Research Fellow at the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA), Maastricht University, at the Centre for Research & Analysis of Migration (CReAM), UCL, at CEPR, at CESifo, and at IZA. He is a Research Professor at Ifo the Institute for Economic Research. He is an Associate Editor for the Economic Journal and a member of the Editorial Board of the Italian Economic Journal, Explorations in Economic History and the European Journal of Political Economy. He is an established empirical micro-economist with main research interests in economic history, education economics and labor economics. Sascha O. BECKER will present a paper at the next PEPES Seminar on the theme: Title: TBA More about Sascha O. BECKER and his research This is the last PEPES Seminar of the academic year: we look forward to seeing you in the Fall!
15-06-2018 | *UPDATED* Friday Seminar: Étienne FIZE (PhD Candidate SciencesPo)
Étienne FIZE is a PhD candidate at SciencesPo and is working on a thesis entitled "Recherche en économie politique comportementale", supervised by Emeric HENRY. His research interests include Political Economy, Microeconomics, and Behavioral Economics. Étienne FIZE will present a paper at the next Friday Seminar on the theme: Acquiring newspapers, acquiring influence ? Media bias from private owners (link to paper forthcoming) More about Étienne FIZE and his research (link forthcoming) The next Friday Seminar will host Sophie CETRE and Nicolò DALVIT on June 22nd.

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