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George LOEWENSTEIN (Carnegie Mellon) – “Thanking, Apologizing, Bragging, and Blaming: Responsibility Exchange Theory and the Currency of Communication” with Shereen CHAUDRY

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

Michèle BELOT (European University Institute) – “How wage announcements affect job search – a field experiment”

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Brian ROBERSON (PURDUE University) “Estimating the Gains from Liberalizing Services Trade: The Case of Passenger Aviation”

Peter FREDRIKSSON ( Uppsala University ) – “Consequences of advance layoff notice for workers and firms”

Toivanen Otto (Aalto) – “Welfare effects of R&D support policies”

Aurélien Bigo (CREST): “How can we explain the past trends in transport CO2 emissions in France? A decomposition analysis for the 1960-2017 period”

Gautam Gowrisankaran (Arizona) – “Reclassification Risk in the Small Group Health Insurance Market”

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Michael Visser – “Are Jury Decisions Interrelated? Evidence from the Labor Court of Paris”

Hélène TURON (Bristol University) “Home Production of Childcare and Labour Supply Decisions in a Collective Household Model”

Jérémy Fouliard (LBS) – “Answering the Queen : online machine learning and financial crises”, joint work with Hélène Rey (LBS)

Anett JOHN (CREST) – “Can Simple Psychological Interventions Increase Preventive Health Investment?”

Matthias Hunold (Dusseldorf) – “Vertical Financial Interest and Corporate Influence”

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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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