CRED Workshops

2021/2022

THE WORKSHOP is in person, AND TAKES PLACE (ROOM E25) ON TUESDAYS FROM 13:00-14:00.

 

Fall

28 September - Perrin Lefebvre - Bureaucratic Delegation, Capture and Information Structures

12 October - Elisa Navarra (ULB) - Stock market response to firms’ unethical conduct

19 October - Marc Sangnier - The (Market) Value of Prestige

26 October - Eric Melander - Welfare Cuts and Crime: Evidence from the New Poor Law

2 November - Hugues Champeaux - Marriage Norms and Missionary Activities: Evidence from Togo and Benin

9 November - Andréa Renk - Sterilizations and immunization in India: the Emergency experience (1975-1977)

16 November - Iverson-Love Joseph (Université de Caen and UC Louvain) - The effect of natural disaster on economic growth: evidence from a major earthquake in Haiti

23 November - Lorenzo Trimarchi - Import Competition and Market Power

25 November - Irène Hu (Paris School of Economics) - Man Overboard! Industrial Fishing as Driver of Migration Out of Africa

30 November - Yuliya Rychalovska - Professional Survey Forecasts and Expectations in DSGE Models

7 December - Quentin Richard - Intergenerational transmission of life expectancy


Contact: eric.melander@unamur.beguohao.yang@unamur.be

Last updated: 25 November 2021

2020/2021

THE WORKSHOP is Virtual AND TAKES PLACE (Via TEAMS) ON TUESDAYS FROM 13:00-14:00.


Fall

October 13 - Catherine Guirkinger (CRED, UNamur) - Behind the veil of cultural persistence: marriage and divorce in a migrant community

October 20 - Eric Melander (CRED, UNamur) - Brexit and the Blitz: Conflict, Collective Memory and Euroscepticism

October 27 - Ludovic Bequet  (CRED, UNamur) - Altruism, Trust or Sharing Rule between Spouses? Evidence from a Lab-in-the-field in the Philippines

November 3 - Clarice Manuel (UNamur) - Gender and Female Empowerment: Technology Adoption in the Philippine Uplands

November 10 - Eric Melander (CRED, UNamur) - Wars, Taxation and Representation: Evidence from Five Centuries of German History

November 17 - Christian Kiedaisch (CERPE, UNamur) - Superstar Innovators and the Effect of Intellectual Property Rights on Innovation

December 1 - Nitin Kumar Bharti (CRED, UNamur and PSE) - Human Capital Acccumulation in China and India: Long Run Analysis

December 8 - Romain Houssa (CRED, UNamur) - The Great Recession: Efficiency, Technological innovation, Capital deepening, and Labour mobility

 

Winter

January 12 -  Guohao Yang (CRED, UNamur) - Trade war and the Chinese environment

January 19 -  Luca Farè (CERPE, UNamur) - Innovation and Competition: Evidence from European MSMEs

January 26 - [EOS development brown bag] - Benoit Decerf (CRED, UNamur) - The poverty-adjusted life-expectancy: a simple index aggregating the quality and quantity of life

February 9 -  Doux Baraka (CRED, UNamur) - Do men work harder than women? Evidence from rural Burkina Faso 

February 23 - [EOS development brown bag] - Nitin Kumar Bharti (CRED, UNamur and PSE) - Origin of Judicial Bias: Evidence from Early Childhood Exposure to Hindu-Muslim Riots in India

March 2 - Modeste Daye (CRED, UNamur) - Effects of cash transfers on women’s productive activities: evidence from an ultra-poor setting         

March 9 - Auguste Debroise (CRED, UNamur) - A theory of negative campaigning           

March 16 -  [EOS development brown bag] -  Catherine Guirkinger (CRED, UNamur) - Pro-birth policies, missions and fertility in the Congo         

March 30 - Olivier Dagnelie (Université de Caen Normandie and CRED, UNamur) - Refugees, Child Health and Malaria Transmission in Africa           


Spring

4 May - Benoit Decerf - Puzzling answers to a questionnaire survey about people's views on social welfare and group inequality

11 May - Jean-Philippe Platteau - Entrenched Political Dynasties and Development under Competitive Clientelism: Evidence from Pakistan

18 May - Andréa Renk & Clarice Manuel - Legislative reforms for gender equality and intergenerational impact for women: Evidence from Nepal

8 June - Pierre Laurent - How the accumulation of innovations shapes the firms' demography in industries

15 June - Coline Broka - Understanding the behaviors of rural workers employed by Beninese female pineapple producers: a discussion for an experiment

22 June - Christelle Saout (ADRE) - Horizon Europe funding opportunities for DeFiPP and institutional incentives – Modalities of “C2W” the new postdoctoral fellowships programme (mobility in)


Contact: eric.melander@unamur.beguohao.yang@unamur.be

Last updated: 7 May 2021

2019/2020

THE WORKSHOP TAKES PLACE ON TUESDAYS FROM 13:00-14:00 IN CAMILLE JOSET, 4TH FLOOR.

 

Fall

September 24 - Arnaud Dufays (CereFim, UNamur) - Sparse Change-point VAR models

October 8 - Thomas Gautier (Boston University) - The Long-Run Impact of Losing Siblings During a Genocide.

October 15 - Valerio Serse (UCLouvain) - The Heterogeneous Impact of Sugar Taxes on Cola Demand across Different Household Types

October 22 - Eric Melander (CRED, UNamur) - Austerity and Crime: Evidence from the New Poor Law

October 29 -  Guohao Yang (UNamur) - Trade Liberalization and the Environment: Evidence from China's access to WTO and its manufacturing firms

November 5 [ROOM E34 FROM 1:00 to 2:30 PM]Benoit Decerf (CRED, UNamur) - Two proposals for the measurement of global poverty

November 12 - Guilhem Cassan (CRED, UNamur) - Majoritarian Systems and Inequalities in Government Interventions: Evidence from India

November 19 -  Gani Aldashev (ECARES, ULB) - Marriage Timing and Forward Contracts in Marriage

November 26 - Christian Kiedaisch (CERPE, UNamur) - Inequality and Demand-Driven Innovation: Evidence from International Patent Applications

December 3 - Clarice Manuel (CRED, UNamur) - Paternal migration and children's outcomes: a case of rural Nepal

December 10 - Daniele Verdini (IRES, UCL) - China Shock, Misallocation, and the Evolution of Aggregate Productivity

 

 

Winter

January 13 [MONDAY] - Augustin Bergeron (Harvard) - Religion and the Scope of Morality: Evidence from Exposure to Missions in the DRC

February 11 Louis Olié (Université de Bordeaux) - Under Pressure: Assessing the cost of forced solidarity in Côte d'Ivoire

February 18 - Auguste Debroise (DeFipp, UNamur) - A rationalization of loyal voting

February 25Ludovic Bequet (CRED, UNamur) - Dynamics of village-level land inequality: Evidence from the Philippines

March 3 - Michel De Vroey (UCLouvain) - Mainstream economics. Its rise and evolution

March 17 [CANCELLED]- Jean-Philippe Platteau (CRED, UNamur) - The Quran and the Sword: The Strategic Game Between Autocratic Power, the Military and the Clerics.

March 31 [CANCELLED] - Doux Baraka (DeFipp, UNamur) - TBA


Spring

April 21 [CANCELLED] - Paola Villar (CRED, UNamur) -TBA

April 28  [CANCELLED] -  Eric Melander  (CRED, UNamur) - TBA

May 5  [CANCELLED] - Etienne Le Rossignol (Université Paris 1) -TBA

May 12  [CANCELLED] - Catherine Bros-Bobin (Université Paris-Est Marne La Vallée) -TBA

May 19  [CANCELLED] Andréa Renk (UNamur, PSE) -TBA

May 26  [CANCELLED] François Woitrin (UNamur) -TBA

 

Contact: paola.villar@unamur.be

Last updated: 05/03//2020

 

 

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