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Mohamed MRAD (University Paris 13, LAGA) “Forward and Backward Monte Carlo simulations using Euler schemes and Random Number Generator Inversion”

ANDRIES Marianne (TSE) “Horizon-Dependent Risk Aversion and the Timing and Pricing of Uncertainty”

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Julien Chhor (CREST) – “Minimax Testing in Random Graphs”

Flavio ZIEGELMANN (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (Bresil)) “Forecasting Volatility using Curve Time Series”

RUBENS Michal (KU Leuven) “Ownership consolidation, monopsony power and efficiency”

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Marco AVELLA (Columbia University) – ” Privacy-preserving parametric inference: A case for robust statistics “

Elia LAPENTA (TSE) “A Bootstrap Specification Test for Semiparametric Models with Generated Regressors”

Pieter de VLIEGER (University of Michigan) “Quantifying Sources of Persistent Prescription Behavior : Evidence from Belgium”

QIU Chen (LSE) “Minimax Learning for Average Regression Functionals with an Application to Electoral Accountability and Corruption”

CANCELED / Antonio CASILLI (Telecom Paris) et Paola TUBARO (CNRS, LRI, CMH) – “The social capital of platform workers: lessons from the DiPLab project”

TRAN K√©vin Ducbao (German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) “Partitioned Pricing and Consumer Welfare”

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Camilo ACOSTA-MEJIA (UToronto) ” Spatial Wage Differentials, Geographic Frictions and the Organization of Labor within Firms”

Alessandra ALLOCCA (University of Mannheim) “No Man is an Island “: An Empirical Study on Team Formation and Performance

Jules Depersin (CREST) – “Robust and Fast Estimation for Heavy-Tailed Distributions”

Anthony STRITTMATTER (University of St. Gallen) “What Is the Value Added by Using Causal Machine Learning Methods in a Welfare Experiment Evaluation?”

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Christophe GAILLAC (TSE Toulouse) – “Adaptive estimation in the linear random coefficients model when regressors have limited variation”

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TABRI Rami “Inference for Moment Inequalities: A Constrained Moment Selection Procedure”

Alessandra LUATI (University of Bologna, Italy) “Semiparametric Modeling of Multiple Quantiles”

Christian CONRAD (University of Heidelberg, Germany) “Modelling the Forecast Errors: the (MF)^2 GARCH Model”

Ivan ERMAKOFF (Wisconsin University) – “Causality and History: Modes of Causal investigation”

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