Seminars

Applied Microeconomics Seminar (AMiS)

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First term

29 September 2022

13:30

Eduardo Morales (Princeton University), Firm Export Dynamics in Interdependent Markets (joint with Alonso Alfaro-Ureña, Juan Manuel Castro Vincenzi, and Sebastián Fanelli).

13 October 2022

13:30

Francesco Amodio (McGill University), Labor Market Power, Self-employment, and Development (joint with Pamela Medina and Monica Morlacco).

25 October 2022

13:30

Ghazala Azmat (Sciences Po), ICT and Student Learning (joint with Denis Fougère and Clémence Lobut).

27 October 2022

13:30

joint Banking and Finance - Vicente Cuñat (LSE), Which Workers Suffer (or benefit) from Firm-Level Uncertainty Shocks? (joint with Andrea Caggese and Daniel Metzgr).

24 November 2022

13:30

Raffaele Saggio (University of British Columbia), Hours Mismatch.

Second term

12 January 2023

13:30

Elisabet Viladecans-Marsal (Universitat de Barcelona), The power of developers. Evidence from California (joint with Ghizlen Ouasbaa and Albert Solé-Ollé).

19 January 2023

13:30

Daniel Rees (UC3M), Civil Rights Protests and Election Outcomes: Evidence from the Poor People’s Campaign.

23 March 2023

13:30

Simon Jäger (MIT), TBA.

Third term

13 April 2023

13:30

Felipe Carozzi (LSE), TBA.

27 April 2023

13:30

Silvia Vannutelli (Northwestern University and NBER), TBA.

4 May 2023

13:30

Leopoldo Fergusson (Universidad de los Andes), TBA.

23 May 2023

13:30

Barbara Biasi (Yale University), TBA.

25 May 2023

13:30

Jaime Arellano Bover (Tor Vergata University of Rome), TBA.

1 June 2023

13:30

Jessie Handbury (The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania), TBA.

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