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Rémi Avignon – “Buying Groups and Product Variety”

Pablo WINANT (PSE) “Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Computational Economists Any Time Soon?”

Julia CAGÉ (Sciences Po Paris) – “It Takes Money to Make MPs : New Evidence from 150 Years of British Campaign Spending”

Carol Propper (Imperial) – “The Impact of CEOs in the Public Sector: Evidence from the English NHS”

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Morgane Cure – “Price determinants and the effect of price parity in the hotel industry”

Russel COOPER (European University Institute) “MPC Heterogeneity in Europe: Sources and Policy Implications “

Chris MURIS (University of Bristol) – “Binarization for Panel Models with Fixed Effects”

Anasuya Raj (CREST) – “Optimal income taxation in the presence of networks of altruism”

Pierre-Edouard Collignon (CREST): “When is a life worth living ? A dynastic efficiency criterion for fertility decisions”

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Sander WAGNER (CREST) – “The Cost of Terror”

Guillaume ROCHETEAU (University of California at Irvine) “Money mining and price dynamics “

Larry Samuelson (Yale) – “The Wisdom of a Confused Crowd: Model-Based Inference”

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John Rust (Georgetown) – “Has dynamic programming improved decision making?”

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David Benatia – “Strategic Reneging in Sequential Imperfect Markets”

Pascal MICHAILLAT (Brown University) “Resolving New Keynesian Anomalies with Wealth in the Utility Function”

Attila LINDNER (University College London) – “Technological Change and Skill Demand in Non-Competitive Labor Markets”

Rossa O’Keeffe – O’Donovan (Oxford) – “Water, Spillovers and Free Riding: Provision of Local Public Goods in a Spatial Network”

Arthur Bauer (CREST): “Has Market Power Risen in France?”

Johan VIKSTROM (Uppsala University) – “Caseworkers – do they matter, why, and for whom? Exploring caseworker value-added using random variation”

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Morgane Guignard – “How Innovation Affects Bargaining and Profit Sharing ? Evidence from the Margarine Market”

Marie Lalanne (SAFE Research Center, Goethe University of Frankfurt) “Social Networks and Job Referrals in Recruitment”

Gregory VERDUGO (Université d’Evry Val d’Essonne) – “The Political Economy of Public Housing”

Frederic Koessler (PSE) – “Long Information Design “

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