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Sandra FLORIAN (INSERM) – “Parental migrant status and health inequalities at birth in France: Assessing immigrant selectivity”

Sociology Seminar: Wenesday Time: 10:00-11am Date: 18th of May 2022 Place: 3060 Sandra FLORIAN (INSERM) - “Parental migrant status and health inequalities at birth in France: Assessing immigrant selectivity” Abstract : Immigrants tend to exhibit better health than natives despite immigrants’ more disadvantaged socioeconomic status, a phenomenon known as the immigrant health paradox. This paradox […]

Léa PESSIN (Pennsylvania State University) – “Gender Equality for Whom? The changing division of paid work and housework by social class among U.S. couples from 1968 to 2017”

Sociology Seminar: Wenesday Time: 1-2pm Date: 18th of May 2022 Place: 3060 Léa PESSIN (Pennsylvania State University) "Gender Equality for Whom? The changing division of paid work and housework by social class among U.S. couples from 1968 to 2017" Abstract :In response to women’s changing roles in labor markets, couples have adopted varied strategies to […]

Ariane BERTOGG (University of Konstanz) “Needs or Obligations? Disentangling Normative from Institutional Influence in Grandparents‘ Work-Care Reconciliation”

Sociology Seminar: Wenesday Time: 4-5pm Date: 18th of May 2022 Place: 3060 Abstract :This study investigates how institutional and normative characteristics shape grandparents’ labor market participation in the light of different patterns of engagement in grandchild care (no participation, sporadic, and regular childcare provision). Previous studies indicate that providing regular grandchild care reduces labor market […]

Gundula Zoch (University of Oldenburg) – “Motherhood penalties in job tasks? Longitudinal evidence from Germany”

Sociology Seminar: Thursdays Time: 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm - Date: 19th of May 2022 Place: 3105 Gundula Zoch (University of Oldenburg) - “Motherhood penalties in job tasks? Longitudinal evidence from Germany” Abstract : Women with children tend to earn less, have lower status and fewer chances for career progression than childless women. Yet, it […]

Stéphane DUPRAZ (Banque de France) “Make-up Strategies with Finite Planning Horizons but Forward-Looking Asset Prices “

The Macroeconomics Seminar: Time: 12:15 pm - 13:30 pm Date: 23 th of May 2022 Room 3001 Stéphane DUPRAZ (Banque de France) "Make-up Strategies with Finite Planning Horizons but Forward-Looking Asset Prices " Abstract : How effective make-up strategies are depends heavily on how forward-looking agents are. Workhorse monetary models, which are much forward-looking, find […]

Maxim Panov (Skoltech)- “Optimal estimation in some graph and topic models “

Statistical Seminar: Every Monday at 2:00 pm. Time: 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm Date: 23th of May 2022 Place: salle 3001 Maxim Panov (Skoltech) - "Optimal estimation in some graph and topic models " Abstract:   Organizers: Cristina BUTUCEA (CREST), Alexandre TSYBAKOV (CREST), Karim LOUNICI (CMAP) , Jaouad MOURTADA (CREST) Sponsors: CREST-CMAP

Jean-Charles ROCHET (TSE ) avec Bruno Biais (HEC Paris) – “Taxing Financial Transactions”

Séminaire Microéconomie : Tous les mercredis Heure : 12h15 - 13h30 Date : 25 mai 2022 Salle : 3001 Jean-Charles ROCHET (TSE) - "Taxer les transactions financières " Résumé :Les marchés financiers canalisent l'épargne vers des investissements productifs et fournissent une assurance contre les chocs de liquidité. Nous analysons la taxation optimale de ces deux activités […]

Cancelled – Chris BAIL (Duke University) – “Perceived Gender and Political Persuasion. A Social Media Field Experiment during the 2020 Democratic National Primary”

Sociology Seminar: Thursdays Time: 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm - Date: 30th of May 2022 exceptionnaly Monday Place: 3105 Chris BAIL (Duke University) - “Perceived Gender and Political Persuasion. A Social Media Field Experiment during the 2020 Democratic National Primary” Abstract : TBA Organizers : Sofian EL ATIFI, Etienne OLLION, Patrick PRÄG (Pôle de Sociologie […]

Xiaofei MA (ESSCA School of Management) “Macroeconomic Effects of Green Helicopter Money”

The Macroeconomics Seminar: Time: 12:15 pm - 13:30 pm Date: 30 th of May 2022 Room 3001 Xiaofei MA (ESSCA School of Management) "Macroeconomic Effects of Green Helicopter Money" Abstract : In this study, we explore the potential effects of green ”helicopter” money, which the Central Bank distributes to households. In our experiment, the Central […]

Subhro GHOSH (National University of Singapore ) – “The unreasonable effectiveness of determinantal processes”

Statistical Seminar: Every Monday at 2:00 pm. Time: 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm Date: 30th of May 2022 Place: Amphi 200 Subhro GHOSH (National University of Singapore ) - "The unreasonable effectiveness of determinantal processes" Abstract: In 1960, Wigner published an article famously titled "The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences”. In this talk […]