Events

Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

Today
Notice: Utilizing the form controls will dynamically update the content

Axel GOTTFRIES (University of Edinburgh ) “Bargaining with Renegotiation in Models with On-the-Job Search”

The Macroeconomics Seminar: Time: 12:15 pm - 13:30 pm Date: 7th of Novembre 2022 Room 3001 Axel GOTTFRIES (University of Edinburgh ) "Bargaining with Renegotiation in Models with On-the-Job Search" Abstract : This paper provides a solution for how to model bargaining in models with on-the-job search. The solution is based on wages being infrequently renegotiated. […]

Emmannuelle AURIOL (TSE) – “Temporary Foreign Work Permits: Honing the Tools to Defeat Human Smuggling (joint with Alice Mesnard & Tiffanie Perrault)”

Séminaire Microéconomie : Tous les mercredis Heure : 12h15 - 13h30 Date : 09/11/2022 Salle : 3001 Emmanuelle AURIOL (TSE) - "Temporary Foreign Work Permits: Honing the Tools to Defeat Human Smuggling (joint with Alice Mesnard & Tiffanie Perrault)" CV  : We study how temporary visa schemes can be designed to drive smugglers out of business while […]

Glenn MAGERMAN (ECARES-ULB and CEPR) “Price Updating with Production Networks∗”

The Macroeconomics Seminar: Time: 12:15 pm - 13:30 pm Date: 14th of November 2022 Room 3001 Glenn MAGERMAN (ECARES-ULB and CEPR) "Price Updating with Production Networks∗" Abstract : We provide a general non-parametric framework of variable markups in the presence of production networks. The framework does not impose structural assumptions on market environment, demand or […]

Daniel HERRERA (Dauphine -PSL) – “The effects of banning loss-leader pricing in grocery retailing markets” (joint with Jorge Florez, Banco de la Republica)”

Séminaire Microéconomie : Tous les mercredis Heure : 12h15 - 13h30 Date : 16/11/202 Salle : 3001 Daniel HERRERA  (Dauphine -PSL) - " The effects of banning loss-leader pricing in grocery retailing markets" (joint with Jorge Florez, Banco de la Republica)" CV : Half of the states of the U.S. ban loss-leader pricing because it is […]

Elisa OSSOLA (Università Milano – Bicocca, DEMS) “WHEN DO INVESTORS GO GREEN? EVIDENCE FROM A TIME-VARYING ASSET-PRICING MODEL”

The Financial Econometrics Seminar:  Time: 10:30 pm Date: 17th of November 2022 Room 3001 Elisa OSSOLA (Università Milano - Bicocca, DEMS) "WHEN DO INVESTORS GO GREEN? EVIDENCE FROM A TIME-VARYING ASSET-PRICING MODEL" Abstract : This paper studies the evolution of the greenium, i.e. a risk premium linked to firms' greenness and environmental transparency, based on […]

Zhenya LIU (Renmin & Aix-Marseille) “A MISPRICING FACTOR, IPCA, AND CHINA A-SHARES MARKET”

The Financial Econometrics Seminar:  Time: 11:30 pm Date: 17th of November 2022 Room 3001 Zhenya LIU (Renmin & Aix-Marseille) "A MISPRICING FACTOR, IPCA, AND CHINA A-SHARES MARKET" Abstract : This paper has identified four significant characteristics related to mispricing in China's A-shares market using the instrumented principal component analysis (IPCA), which are idiosyncratic volatility, bid-ask […]

Fanny YANG (ETH Zurich)- ” How the strength of the inductive bias affects the generalization performance of interpolators “

Statistical Seminar: Every Monday at 2:00 pm. Time: 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm Date: 21th of November 2022 Place: salle 3001 Fanny YANG (ETH Zurich)- " How the strength of the inductive bias affects the generalization performance of interpolators " Abstract:Interpolating models have recently gained popularity in the statistical learning community due to common practices in […]

Celine ZIPFEL (Stockholm School of Economics) – “The Demand Side of Africa’s Democratic Transition : Desired Fertility, Wealth and Jobs

Applied Micro Seminar : Every Tuesday Time: 12:15 pm - 13:30 pm Date: 22 th of November 2022 Room : 3001 Celine ZIPFEL (Stockholm School of Economics) - "The Demand Side of Africa’s Democratic Transition : Desired Fertility, Wealth and Jobs" Abstract: Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) accounts for around 40% of global births projected over the […]

Pamela MEDINA (Toronto University) – “Labor Market Power, Self-Employment, and Development” (Joint with Francesco Amodio and Monica Morlacco)

Séminaire Microéconomie : Tous les mercredis Heure : 12h15 - 13h30 Date : 09/11/2022 Salle : 3001 Pamela MEDINA (Toronto University) - "Labor Market Power, Self-Employment, and Development" (Joint with Francesco Amodio and Monica Morlacco) Abstract: This paper shows that self-employment opportunities shape the market power of employers in low-income countries, with implications for industrial […]