LIDAM Discussion Papers IRES

Aim 

The LIDAM Discussion Paper IRES series facilitates the dissemination of research by IRES staff members and extramural fellows. Before January 2009, the series include Discussion Papers authored by all members of the Department of Economics. Since 2009, the series is limited to IRES staff members and extramural fellows.  

Access

The papers are available in open access in electronic version. If you have problem downloading the files, please contact Virginie Leblanc 

Below are listed the papers of the current year. For previous years, visit the archives page. Alternatively, you can also find our discussion papers on RePEC or in our institutional repository DIAL.

2022

N°20 Habtamu ALI BESHIR, Jean-François MAYSTADT
Price shocks and human capital: Timing matters

N°19 Andrea ALBANESE, Bart COCKX and Muriel DEJEMEPPE
Long-Term Effects of Hiring Subsidies for Unemployed Youths-Beware of Spillovers

N°18 Asensi DESCALS-TORMO, Jose Ramon RUIZ-TAMARIT
Tourist choice, competitive tourism markets and the effect of a tourist tax on producers revenues

N°17 Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Weihua RUAN and Benteng ZOU
A dynamic programming approach to optimal pollution control under uncertain irreversibility: The Poisson case

N°16 François RYCX, Giulia SANTOSUOSSO and Guillaume VERMEYLEN
The Over-education Wage Penalty Among PhD Holders: A European Perspective

N°15 Bart COCKX, Koen DECLERCQ and Muriel DEJEMEPPE
Losing Prospective Entitlement to Unemployment Benefits. Impact on Educational Attainment

N°14 Afnan AL-MALK, Jean-François MAYSTADT and Maurizio ZANARDI
The Gravity of Distance: Evidence from a Trade Embargo

N°13 Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Carmen CAMACHO, Weihua RUAN and Benteng ZOU
Why and when coalitions split? An alternative analytical approach with an application to environmental agreements

N°12 Raouf BOUCEKKINE, Weihua RUAN and Benteng ZOU
The Irreversible Pollution Game

N°11 Fabio BLASUTTO and David DE LA CROIX
Catholic Censorship and the Demise of Knowledge Production in Early Modern Italy

N°10 David DE LA CROIX and Mara VITALE
Women in European Academia before 1800 - Religion, Marriage, and Human Capital

N°9 François COURTOY
When Household Heterogeneity Matters Optimal Fiscal Policy in a Medium-Scale TANK Model

N°8 Loredana CULTRERA, Benoît MAHY, François RYCX and Guillaume VERMEYLEN
Educational and Skills Mismatches: Unravelling Their Effects on Wages Across Europe

N°7 Boris CHAFWEHÉ, Charles DE BEAUFFORT and Rigas OIKONOMOU
Optimal Monetary Policy Rules in the Fiscal Theory of the Price Level

N°6 Luca MARCHIORI, Julien PASCAL and Olivier PIERRARD
(In)Efficient Commuting And Migration Choices: Theory And Policy In An Urban Search Model

N°5 Arno BAURIN, Sandy TUBEUF and Vincent VANDENBERGHE
Inferring Occupation Arduousness from Poor Health Beyond the Age of 50

N°4 Pablo AGUILAR and Luca PENSIEROSO
Learning the Hard Way: Expectations and the U.S. Great Depression

N°3 Valentine JACOBS, François RYCX and Mélanie VOLRAL
Does Over-Education Raise Productivity And Wages Equally ? The Moderating Role Of Workers’ Origin And Immigrants’ Background

N°2 Sotiris BLANAS, Rigas OIKONOMOU
Covid-induced Economic Uncertainty, Tasks, and Occupational Demand

N°1 Chiara ZANARDELLO
Market forces in Italian Academia today (and yesterday)