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Alexandra CARPENTIER (Université de Magdebourg) – “Adaptive inference and its relations to sequential decision making”

VIOLANTE Gianluca (Princeton University) “Firm and Worker Dynamics in a Frictional Labor Market”

Vincenzo CAPONI (CREST, IZA) – “Assortative Mating and Migration”

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Jean-Jacques FORNERON (Boston University) “Detecting Identification Failure in Moment Condition Models”

Olivier-David ZERBIB (Tilburg University and ISFA) “A Sustainable Capital Asset Pricing Model (S-CAPM): Evidence from green investing and sin stock exclusion”

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Vianney PERCHET (CREST) – “An adaptive stochastic optimization algorithm for resource allocation”

Matthew Jackson (Stanford University) – “What Makes Financial Networks Special? Distorted Investment Incentives, Regulation, and Systemic Risk Measurement”

COCULESCU Delia (University of Zurich) “Continuous Time Distress Propagation: the Role of Cooperation”

Gérard VAN DEN BERG (University of Bristol) – “Mandatory Integration Agreements for Unemployed Job Seekers: a Randomized Controlled Trial in Germany”

ROSSI Pauline (University of Amsterdam) “Spillovers in childbearing decisions and fertility transitions: evidence from China’s family planning policies”

Yannick Guyonvarch (CREST): “Finite sample inference in linear regression without Normal errors”

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MOSER Christian (Columbia Business School) “The Gender Gap: Micro Sources and Macro Consequences”

Clément de CHAISEMARTIN (UCSB) – “The long-term effects of a boarding school for disadvantaged students”

Martin Oehmke (LSE) – “A Theory of Socially Responsible Investment”

Steven Berry (Yale University) – “Estimating Labor Market Power”

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Michael J. ROSENFELD (Stanford University) – “Disintermediating your friends : How online dating in the United States displaces other ways of meeting”

Germain Gauthier (CREST): “Minin​g Narratives in Large Text Corpora”

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