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Histories of Macroeconomics, Session organized by Béatrice Cherrier

Onyxia Datalab

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Histories of Macroeconomics, Session organized by Béatrice Cherrier

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Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Sylvain CATHERINE (University of Pennsylvania) “Interest-rate risk and household portfolios”

Senay SOKULLU (Univ Bristol) – “Identification and Estimation of Demand Models with Endogenous Product Entry and Exit”

Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Sarah Eichmeyer (Bocconi) – “The Value of Learning History”

Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

6th Workshop on Sequential Monte Carlo Methods (SMC 2024)

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Luca BRAGHIERI (Universita’Bocconi) – “TBA”

Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

6th Workshop on Sequential Monte Carlo Methods (SMC 2024)

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Jose OLMO (Univ. of Zarragoza and Univ. of Southampton.) “MEASURING AND TESTING SYSTEMIC RISK FROM THE CROSS-SECTION OF STOCK RETURNS”

Stefan VOIGT (Univ. of Copenhagen) “MARKET RESPONSES TO A VIX IMPULSE”

Gaël LE MENS (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) – Scaling Political Texts with ChatGPT

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Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

6th Workshop on Sequential Monte Carlo Methods (SMC 2024)

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Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Clement MAZET-SONILHAC (Bocconi University) “Capturing Subsidies or Storing Carbon: Evidence from the North Sea”

Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Séminaire compétitivité CEPII-Banque de France “Europe : quelles dépendances commerciales ?”

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David MARTIMORT (Toulouse School of Economics) – “Screening Contracts as a Barrier to Entry (with Jérôme Pouyet and Lars Stole)”

Estimation of Functionals of High-Dimensional Parameters: Bias Reduction and Concentration, Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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Susana CAMPOS-MARTIN (Oxford University) “Novel Global and Regional Risk Factors”

Gabriele MINGOLI (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) “Non-Stationary Factors for Common Bubbles”

Chiara Colesanti (University of Zurich – LSE, Grantham Institute) “A study of nature risk pricing”

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Ivan SHCHAPOV (Ecole Polytechnique-CREST) “Monetary Tightening, Quantitative Easing, and Financial Stability”

Nicolas Schreuder (CNRS, Université Gustave Eiffel) – Efficient estimation of kernel mean embeddings

comment motiver et impliquer les salariés et collaborateurs dans l’action en faveur de la soutenabilité ?

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Kate Smith (LSE/ISF) – “Distributional impact of the European energy crisis”

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Dorothea KÜBLER (WZB Berlin) – “The gender gap in gender-blind college admissions”

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