CRED Workshop

2017/2018

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

 

Fall

October 17 - Benoit Decerf, Jean-Marie Baland, Guilhem Cassan and Yiyang Luo (CRED, UNamur) - Poverty measures combining economic outcomes and mortality: Theory and global evidence

November 7 - Henri Vanhomwegen and Jean-Yves Gnabo (DeFiPP, UNamur) - Mutual funds styles, distinctiveness, and financial performance: Insights from Europe

November 14 - Tristan Lecotty and Elodie Maitre d'Hotel (CIRAD) - TBA

November  21 - Mery Fernando (CORE, UCLouvain) - Intrahousehold allocation with public goods

November 28 - Renate Hartwig (CRED, UNamur) - Nudging households to take up health insurance: Evidence from Burkina Faso

December 5 - Jean-Yves Gnabo (DeFiPP, UNamur) - Short Selling and Excess Correlation

December 12 (exceptionally at 16h) - Sophie Béreau (DeFiPP, UNamur), Violaine Faubert and Katja Schmidt (Banque de France) - Inflation forecasts in the euro area: New Insights from Phillips Curve estimates and quantile regressions

December 21 (exceptionally on Thursday) 13:00 - Martin Van der Linden and Rafael Treibich (Utah State University and University of Southern Denmark) - Trump trumps Bush


Winter

January 16 - Esther Gehrke (University of Goettingen) and Christoph Kubitza (University of Goettingen) -  Labor-saving technological change and decreasing fertility rates: The oil palm boom in Indonesia

February 14 (exceptionally on Wednesday) 13:00 - Jolan Mohimont (CRED, UNamur) - Welfare effects of business cycles and monetary policies in a small open emerging economy

February 20 - Paola Villar (PSE) - TBC

March 6 (rescheduled from February 27) 14:15 in Room E13 - Jean-Marie Baland, Ludovic Bequet, Guilhem CassanCatherine Guirkinger and Clarice Manuel (CRED, UNamur) - Reserach Project: Intrahousehold and technology adoption in the Philippines using experimental economics

March 6 - Francois Libois and Thierry Verdier (CRED, UNamur and PSE) - NGO as a commitment device for rent seeking governments

March 27 - Jean-Philippe Platteau (CRED, UNamur) - Autocratic Enlightenment: Bold experiments in the lands of Islam

 

Spring

April 24 - Rinchan Ali Mirza (CRED, UNamur) - The long term impacts of population exchange on development: Evidence from India and Pakistan through Partition

May 2 (exceptionally on Wednesday) 13:00 - Vincent Somville (CMI & NHH), Lars Ivar Berge (NHH), Kjetil Bjorvatn (NHH), Tausi Kida (ESRF), Linda Sekei (DPC) & Bertil Tungodden (NHH) - Barriers to female empowerment: Evidence from a field experiment in Tanzania

May 15 - Jean-Philippe Platteau (CRED, UNamur) - Poverty Aversion and the Need-Effectiveness Trade-Off

May 29 - Martin Van der Linden (Utah State University), Rafael Treibich and Ryan Tierney (University of Southern Denmark) - The Shape of Water

June 5 - Sophie Bereau (DeFiPP, UNamur) - Who is green? Identification of ESG companies from endogenous styles

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