Economics Seminar 2021/2022
Management Seminar 2021/2022
On Thursdays from 2:00 pm to 4 pm. Organizer: Serge Edouard
- 23 septembre, Youcef MECHOUAR (RITM – Université Paris-Saclay) Carbon tax and sustainable facility location:The effect of raw materials substitution (avec Vincent HOVELAQUE et Carl GAIGNE)
- 4 novembre, Nicolas PRAQUIN (RITM – Université Paris-Saclay) “Communs & Anthropocène : histoire d’un parcours, prémices d’une recherche”.
- 25 novembre, Nathalie GUICHARD (RITM – Université Paris-Saclay) “”Exploration des représentations de l’entomophagie
chez les jeunes consommateurs”
- 16 décembre, Mélia DJABI et Florent Pestre “Expérience HDR” – HAL (B202)
- 13 janvier, Isabelle DERUMEZ, UEVE “Mobiliser le modèle de la communauté de pratique pour faire advenir la communauté et la pratique commune.”
- 27 janvier Léa DORION (RITM – Université Paris-Saclay) “L’entreprise du 21ème siècle sera féministe”
- 10 février, Gérard Hirigoyen (Université de Bordeaux) « familles actionnaires ».
- 17 février, Bérangère SZOSTAK (UVSQ), “La créativité organisationnelle en management stratégique : quid de la performance créative“
- 10 mars, Anne JANAND (RITM – Université Paris-Saclay)
- 31 mars, Julien CUSIN, Université de Bordeaux
- 21 avril, Philippe GILLET
- 12 mai, Imen JEDIDI
- 23 juin, Nada MSELMI
Finance ( Joint Economic & Management) Research Seminar 2020/2021
On Thursdays from 12:30 to 2 pm. Organiser: Philippe Gilet
Programme à venir
“Economics Lunch Seminar“, “Management Lunch Seminar“, “Digital Economics Seminar” and Finance Lunch Seminar
The next RITM Management Seminar will take place on Friday 12 May, from 12:15 to 13:15. Timothee Gigout (Collège de France) will present Exporting Ideas: Knowledge Flows from Expanding Trade in Goods co-authored with P. Aghion A. Bergeaud, M. Lequien and M. Melitz.
Abstract: Combining French firm-level administrative, customs and patent data over 1995-2012, and using a difference-in-differences identification strategy with a staggered treatment design, we show that entry (…)
The next RITM Management Seminar will take place on Friday 21 April, from 14:00 to 16:00. Philippe GILLET (Université Paris-Saclay/RITM) will present “Impact of COVID-19 on the interdependence of top ten Financial Markets”.
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The next Economics Seminar of Paris-Saclay will take place on Thursday, April 21 from 12h15 to 13h15. Jean-Stéphane Mésonnier (Banque de France, Sciences Po) will present Showing off cleaner hands: mandatory climate-related disclosure by financial institutions and the financing of fossil energy (with Benoît Nguyen).
Abstract:We investigate the real effects of mandatory climate-related disclosure by financial institutions on the funding of carbon-intensive industries. Our impact metric is the amount invested (…)
The next Economics Seminar of Paris-Saclay will take place on Thursday, April 14 from 12h15 to 13h15. Margarita Lopez Forero (Evry) will present Aggregate Labor Share and Tax Havens: things are not always what they seem.
Abstract:We use French firm-level data to study the role of multinational enterprises’ (MNEs) presence tax havens in determining the dynamics of the aggregate labor share and therefore, income inequalities between workers and capitalists. Given (…)
The next Economics Seminar of Paris-Saclay will take place on Thursday, Mars 31 from 12h15 to 13h15. Nina Guyon (National University of Singapore) will present Desegregating Schools: Evidence from Middle School Closures in Deprived Neighborhoods.
Abstract:This paper studies the effects of a desegregation policy consisting in closing down a middle school located in a deprived neighborhood and reallocating its students to other middle schools in the city. I analyze the (…)
The next RITM Management Seminar will take place on Friday 31 March, from 14:00 to 16:00. Julien CUSIN (Université de Bordeaux) will present “Droit à l’erreur”.
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The next Economics Seminar of Paris-Saclay will take place on Thursday, Mars 31 from 12h15 to 13h15. Francis Bloch (Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne, Paris School of Economics) will present “Attack and interception in networks” (joint with Kalyan Chatterjee and Bhaskar Dutta).
Abstract:This paper studies a game of attack and interception in a network, where a single attacker chooses a target and a path, and each node chooses a level (…)
The next Economics Seminar of Paris-Saclay will take place on Thursday, Mars 24 from 12h15 to 13h15. JRon Davies (University College Dublin) will present Pennies from Haven: Wages and Profit Shifting (joint with Annette Alstadsæter, Julie Brun Bjørkheim and Johannes Scheuerer).
Abstract:Increasing attention has been given to the fact that some multinational enterprises shift income to tax haven countries, an activity that generates inequality in corporate taxation. Here, we examine (…)
The next Economics Seminar of Paris-Saclay will take place on Thursday, Mars 17 from 12h15 to 13h15. Jérôme Héricourt (Lille University) will present Sectoral Reallocations, Real Estate Shocks, and Productivity Divergence in Europe (joint with Thomas Grjebine and Fabien Tripier).
This paper investigates the role of sectoral reallocations in the divergence of productivity in Europe, based on a database for 33 sectors and 14 countries between 1995 and 2015.Using (…)