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Lori Beaman (Northwestern) – "Selection into Credit Markets: Evidence from Agriculture in Mali "

Microeconomics Seminar :  Time: 3:00pm - 4:15pm Date:  30th June 2021 Room: VISIO Lori Beaman (Northwestern)  - "Selection into Credit Markets: Evidence from Agriculture in Mali" Abstract: We use a two-stage experiment on agricultural lending in Mali to test whether selection into lending is predictive of heterogeneous returns to capital. Understanding this heterogeneity, and the selection […]

Stephane VERANI (Federal Reserve Bank), “What’s Wrong with Annuity Markets?”

The Macroeconomics Seminar: Time: 12:15 pm - 13:30 pm Date: 06th of September  2021 Room 1001 Stephane VERANI (Federal Reserve Bank)  "What's Wrong with Annuity Markets?" Abstract : We show that the supply of life annuities in the U.S. is constrained by interest rate risk. We identify this effect using annuity prices offered by U.S. […]

Stanislav Minsker (University of South California) – “Towards robust and efficient mean estimation”

Statistical Seminar: Every Monday at 2:00 pm. Time: 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm Date: 6th of September 2021 Place: salle 1001 et en visio Stanislav Minsker (University of South California)  - "Towards robust and efficient mean estimation" Abstract: Several constructions of the estimators of the mean of a random variable that admit sub-Gaussian deviation guarantees and […]

Juan Carlos SUAREZ SERRATO (Duke University) – “Capital Investment and Labor Demand:Evidence from 21st Century Tax Policy “

Microeconometrics Seminar: Every Tuesday Time: 3:00 pm - 4:15 pm Date: 7th of September 2021 Room : Juan Carlos SUAREZ SERRATO (Duke University) - "Capital Investment and Labor Demand:Evidence from 21st Century Tax Policy " Abstract: We study how tax policies that lower the cost of capital impact investment and labor demand. Difference-in-differences estimates using confidential […]

Aurélien EYQUEM (University of Lyon 2), “A Model-based Assessment of Inequalities in France”

The Macroeconomics Seminar:  Time: 12:15 pm - 13:30 pm Date: 13th of September  2021 Aurélien EYQUEM (University of Lyon 2), "A Model-based Assessment of Inequalities in France" Abstract : We incorporate various microeconomic and macroeconomic evidence about individual income, macroeconomic aggregates, taxes and transfers in France stemming from distributional accounts starting in 1984 into a […]

Giovanni COMPIANI (University of Chicago Booth School of Business) – “A Method to Estimate Discrete Choice Models that is Robust to Consumer Search”

Microeconometrics Seminar: Every Tuesday Time: 3:00pm -4:15pm Date: 14th of September 2021 Room : en visio Giovanni COMPIANI (University of Chicago Booth School of Business) - "A Method to Estimate Discrete Choice Models that is Robust to Consumer Search" Abstract: We state sufficient conditions under which choice data alone suffices to identify preferences when consumers are […]

Utku Unver (Boston College) – "Blood Allocation with Replacement Donors: A Theory of Multi-unit Exchange with Compatibility-based Preferences"

Microeconomics Seminar :  Time: 3:00pm - 4:15pm Date:  15th of September 2021 Room: VISIO Utku Unver (Boston College) - "Blood Allocation with Replacement Donors: A Theory of Multi-unit Exchange with Compatibility-based Preferences" Abstract: In 56 developing and developed countries, blood component donations by volunteer non-remunerated donors can only meet less than 50% of the demand. In […]

Robert GARY-BOBO (CREST) – “Economies of Density, Group Synergies and Unobserved Heterogeneity: A Study of Home Care Services”

Microeconometrics Seminar: Every Tuesday Time:  3:00pm -4:15pm Date: 21th of September 2021 Room : 1004 et visio Robert GARY-BOBO (CREST)  - "Economies of Density, Group Synergies and Unobserved Heterogeneity: A Study of Home Care Services" Abstract: We study economies of density in the home-care services industry. In this industry, in essence, carers drive to visit patients […]

Omar LICANDRO (University of Nottingham), “Switching-Track after the Great Recession”

The Macroeconomics Seminar:  Time: 12:15 pm - 13:30 pm Date: 27th of September  2021 by zoom Omar LICANDRO (University of Nottingham), "Switching-Track after the Great Recession" Abstract : We propose a theoretical framework to reconcile episodes of V-shaped and L-shaped recovery, encompassing the behaviour of the U.S. economy before and after the Great Recession. In […]