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Bunne Charlotte (ETH Zurich) “Optimal Transport Modeling of Population Dynamics”

Statistics-Econometrics-Machine Learning Seminar Time: 14:00 pm - 15:00 pm Date: June 1, 2022 Room : 3001 Bunne Charlotte (ETH Zurich) "Optimal Transport Modeling of Population Dynamics" Abstract: Cell populations are almost always heterogeneous in function and fate. To understand the plasticity of cells and their responses to molecular perturbations, such as drugs or developmental signals, it […]

Ulrich GLOGOWSKY (Linz) – “Child-related Earnings Gaps in Germany”

Microeconometrics Seminar: Every Tuesday Time: 12:15 pm - 13:30 pm Date: 7th of June 2022 Room : 3001 Ulrich GLOGOWSKY (Linz)  - "Child-related Earnings Gaps in Germany" Abstract: Recent evidence documents (a) that parenthood lowers women's earnings in the long run and (b) that this substantial loss in income due to children explains a large part […]

Geoffrey BARROWS (CREST) – “Inter-Firm and Intra-FirmSpillover Effects of Industrial Regulation”

Séminaire Microéconomie : Tous les mercredis Heure : 12h15 - 13h30 Date : 08 juin 2022 Salle : 3001 Geoffrey BARROWS (CREST) ​​​​​​​​​​​​- "  Effets d'entraînement inter-entreprise et intra-entreprise de la réglementation industrielle" CV : Les gouvernements réglementent souvent des sous-ensembles particuliers d'entreprises différemment des autres entreprises du même secteur. Une méthode courante pour évaluer […]

Arnaud DUFAYS (EDHEC) “FACTOR DYNAMICS, RISK PREMIA, AND HIGHER MOMENTS IN MULTI-FACTOR OPTION PRICING MODELS”

The Financial Econometrics Seminar:  Time: 10:30 pm Date: 9th of June 2022 Room 3001+ zoom Arnaud DUFAYS (EDHEC) "FACTOR DYNAMICS, RISK PREMIA, AND HIGHER MOMENTS IN MULTI-FACTOR OPTION PRICING MODELS" Abstract :The cross-section of options holds great promise for identifying return distributions and risk premiums, but estimating dynamic option valuation models with latent state variables […]

Sullivan HUE (Marseille University) “GAM(L)A: AN ECONOMETRIC MODEL FOR INTERPRETABLE MACHINE LEARNING”

The Financial Econometrics Seminar:  Time: 11:30 pm Date: 9th of June 2022 Room 3001+ zoom Sullivan HUE (Marseille University) "GAM(L)A: AN ECONOMETRIC MODEL FOR INTERPRETABLE MACHINE LEARNING" Abstract :Despite their high predictive performance, random forest and gradient boosting are often considered as black boxes or uninterpretable models which has raised concerns from practitioners and regulators. […]

PEREZ-NIEVAS Mikel (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela) “Efficiency with Endogenous Population Growth. Do Children have too Many Rights?”

The Macroeconomics Seminar: Time: 12:15 pm - 13:30 pm Date: 13 th of June 2022 Room 3001 PEREZ-NIEVAS Mikel (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela) "Efficiency with Endogenous Population Growth. Do Children have too Many Rights?" Abstract : Fertility rates are declining in many countries. But, are these fertility rates inefficiently low? This paper addresses this […]

Ines HELM (LMU) – “Firm Expansion in Imperfect Labor Markets”

Microeconometrics Seminar: Every Tuesday Time: 12:15 pm - 13:30 pm Date: 14th of June 2022 Room : 3001 Ines HELM (LMU)  - "Firm Expansion in Imperfect Labor Markets" Abstract: We test for the prevalence of imperfect competition in the labor market by analysing the effects of sudden expansions among medium-sized firms on wage setting. Our approach […]

Erik SNOWBERG (Utah, UBC and NBER) – “Valuing the Time of theSelf-Employed”

Séminaire Microéconomie : Tous les mercredis Heure : 12h15 - 13h30 Date : 15 mai 2022 Salle : 3001 Erik SNOWBERG (Utah, UBC et NBER) - "Valoriser le temps des travailleurs indépendants" CV : La valeur que les gens accordent à leur propre temps est un élément clé de l'évaluation des politiques publiques : les évaluations doivent […]

Dana GALIZIA (Carlton University) “Dynamic Cooper and John Economies: The Role of Coordination Failures and Accumulation in Equilibrium Emergent Phenomena”

The Macroeconomics Seminar: Time: 12:15 pm - 13:30 pm Date: 20 th of June 2022 Room 3001 Dana GALIZIA (Carlton University) "Dynamic Cooper and John Economies: The Role of Coordination Failures and Accumulation in Equilibrium Emergent Phenomena" Abstract : We study the type of equilibria that emerges when one increases the level of interactions between […]

Arnaud Maurel (Duke University) – “Heterogeneity, Uncertainty and Learning: A Semiparametric Identification Analysis”

Microeconometrics Seminar CREST-PSE Time: 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm Date: 20th of June 2022 Room : 3105 Arnaud Maurel (Duke University) - "Heterogeneity, Uncertainty and Learning: A Semiparametric Identification Analysis" Abstract: In this paper, we provide new semiparametric identification results for a general class of learning model in which outcomes of interest depend on i) predictable […]

Christina FELFE (Würzburg) – “On the Early-Life Origins of In-Group Bias: The Role of Peer Group Diversity and Cultural Distance”

Microeconometrics Seminar: Every Tuesday Time: 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm Date: 21th of June 2022 Room : 3001 Christina FELFE (Würzburg) - "On the Early-Life Origins of In-Group Bias: The Role of Peer Group Diversity and Cultural Distance" Organizers: Benoît SCHMUTZ (Pôle d'économie du CREST) Anthony STRITTMATTER (Pôle d'économie du CREST) Sponsors: CREST