IRES Lunch Seminar

The IRES Lunch Seminar is an informal forum where researchers present their work in progress in details and receive criticism and feedback from colleagues. Presentations on the blackboard are also welcome. PhD students entering the job market this year are strongly encouraged to present their job market paper.

The Macro Group provides sandwiches. Whether you would like a sandwich or not, please register by the Friday before the meeting at :
https://doodle.com/poll/skmcbyaxp8p9qpiu

Organizers:

  • Stefanija Veljanoska
  • Gonzague Vannoorenberghe

 

Meetings are in room d-109, from 12:45 to 14:00

Programme - 2019 -2020

 

Fall 2019

September

17 Jordan Roulleau-Pasdeloup (University of Singapore)
    Understanding (Linear) Rational Expectations Models

October

8 Riccardo Turati (IRES)
   Network-based Connectedness and the Diffusion of Cultural Traits

15 Vincent Rebeyrol (TSE)
     Trade elasticities and CAT exports

November

5 Alexandre Jacquemain (ISBA)
   Inference for monotone single-index conditional means: a Lorenz regression approach

12 Eric Melander (UNamur)
     Austerity and Crime: Evidence from the New Poor Law

19 Sébastien Fontenay (IRES)
     The “other” Child Penalty: Work Disability after Motherhood and how Paternity Leave can help

December

3 Khushboo Surana (KU Leuven)
   How different are we? Identifying the degree of revealed preference heterogeneity

10 Léo Czajka (IRES)
    Elasticity of Taxable Income in a Low Income Country: Evidence from Senegal

January

7 Daniele Verdini (IRES) !! CANCELLED !!
   China Shock, Misallocation, and the Evolution of Aggregate Productivity

14 Tanguy Le Fur (AMSE)
     The Provision of Public Health and the Direction of Technological Progress

28 Hélène le Forner (AMSE)

Spring 2020

February

4 Gregory Clark (UC Davis)
  Genes versus Culture in Social Outcomes: A Lineage Study of 371,241 English persons 1750-2020

11 Guillaume Blanc (Brown Univesity)
    Modernization before Industrialization: Cultural Roots of the Demographic Transition in France

25 Guohao Yang (UNamur)
    Fossil fuel, trade liberalization and the environment: evidence from China

March

10 Salvatore Di Falco (University of Geneva),
     Economic Adversity and the Intergenerational Transmission of Personality

24 Fabio Blasutto (UCLouvain)
    Unilateral Divorce and the rise of Informal Cohabitation

31 Jonathan Schulz (George Mason University)
    States, Intermediate Institutions and Long-term Development

April

21 Paul Glewwe (University of Minnesota), TBA

28 Samia Ferhat (University of Cergy-Pontoise)
     The impact of university openings on labor market outcomes

May

6 Egor Kozlov (Northwestern University), TBA

12 Olivier Pierard (Banque Centrale du Luxembourg), TBA

19 Hélène Latzer (Université Saint-Louis)
     Reconsidering the Market Size Effect in Innovation and Growth