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Enrique FATAS (Loughborough University & University of Pennsylvania) – “Democracy fights in darkness”

Badr-Eddine Chérief-Abdellatif (CREST) – “Consistency of Variational Bayes”


Abdoulaye NDIAYE (NYU Stern and Chicago Fed) “Flexible Retirement and Optimal Taxation”

DE ANGELIS Tiziano (The University of Leeds) – “Dynkin Games with Incomplete and Asymmetric “

Elena ISSOGLIO (The University of Leeds) – “A numerical scheme for multidimensional SDEs with distributional drift “

Clément IMBERT (University of Warwick) – “Migrants and Firms: Evidence from China”

Haley McAvay (Ined) – “Pathways out of the Parental Home: Contextual Determinants of Home-Leaving Patterns Across Second Generation Immigrant Origins in France”

Yannick Guyonvarch (CREST) – “Asymptotic Results for Exchangeable Arrays”

Patrick REY  (TSE) – “Organizing Competition for the Market”


Karim LOUNICI (Ecole Polytechnique) – “Online PCA: non-asymptotics statistical guarantees for the Krasulina scheme”

David Rezza BAQAEE (LSE) “Productivity and Missalocation in General Equilibrium”

Alexandra ROULET (INSEAD) – “Geographic Mobility and the Gender Wage Gap : Evidence from a Randomized Experiment in France”

Victor-Emmanuel Brunel (CREST) – “Use of Random Polytopes in Statistics”

Benoit Schmutz  (CREST) – “Search and Zipf “

Bastien Alvarez: “Labour mobility and skill heterogeneity in Europe”


Hakki YASICI (Sabanci University) “Taxation, Redistribution and Frictional Labor Supply”

Mathilde POULHES (CREST-INSEE) – “Increasing Housing Transfer Taxes: Buy Now or Foot the Bill Later”

Guenther WALTHER (Stanford University) – “Constructing an optimal confidence set for a distribution function with applications to visualizing data”

Camille Landais (LSE) – “Subsidizing Labor Hoarding in Recessions: The Employment & Welfare Effects of Short Time Work”

Alexander HEINEMANN (Maastricht University ) “A Residual Bootstrap for Conditional Value-at-Risk”

Yannick Guyonvarch (CREST): “Finite Confidence Intervals for Ratios of Means”


Stanislav MINSKER (University of Southern California) – “Median-of-means estimator and its generalizations”

Pedro GOMES (Birkbeck University London) “You’re the one that I want! Public Employment and women’s labour market outcomes”

Martin WEIDNER (University College London) – “Nuclear Norm Regularized Estimation of Panel Regression Models”

Felix TROPF (University of Oxford) – “How gene-environment interaction shapes genetic discovery in the social sciences”

Martin Kroll (CREST) – “(Nonparametric) Estimation under Privacy Constraints”

Emanuele Tarantino (Mannheim) – “The Effect of Horizontal Mergers, When Firms Compete in Prices and Investments”

Matias Nunez (CNRS, Paris-Dauphine) – “Approval Mechanisms: Theory and Experiments”

Aart de Zeeuw (Tilburg University) – “The Tipping Game”

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