Seminars

Economics Seminar 2020/2021

On Mondays from 11:00 to 12:00 pm. Organizers:   Serge PajakFelipe Starosta de Waldemar

  • 28 septembre : Jean Lacroix (RITM, Université Paris-Saclay), “Democratic purges in 1945 France: Was it all about separating the wheat from the chaff?” co-auteurs : T.S. Aidt – University of Cambridge / P.-G. Méon – Université libre de Bruxelles
  • 12 octobre : Thomas Breda (PSE), “Electoral Democracy at Work” (avec P Askenazy)
  • 2 novembre : Björn Nilsson (RITM, Université Paris-Saclay), « Role models and migration intentions » (avec Sandrine Mesplé-Somps, IRD)
  • 16 novembre : Igor Bagayev (Université Paris-Est Créteil), “Innovation and Technological Content of Imports” (avec Ron B. Davies et Dieter F. Kogler )
  • 23 novembre : Gabriel Loumeau (ETH Zurich), « Are Regional Borders Invisible ? »
  • 30 novembre: Camille Hémet (PSE), “Understanding the Reallocation of Displaced Workers to Firms” (avec Paul Brandily et Clement Malgouyres)
  • 7 décembre : Rozenn Hotte (THEMA-Université de Cergy-Pontoise), “Effects of Primary Education on Women’s Marital Outcomes: Evidence from Benin” (avec Sarah Deschênes (PSE))
  • 18 janvier : Léa Bou Sleiman (ENSAE), « Are car-free centers detrimental to the periphery? Evidence from the pedestrianisation of the Parisian riverbank »
  • 1er mars : Manon Garrouste (LEM-CNRS, Université de Lille), « Titre à venir»
  • 29 mars : Vessela Daskalova (University College Dublin), « Titre à venir»
  • 12 avril : Cédric Chambru (UZH Zurich), « socio-economic consequences of protestantism in early modern france»
  • 3 mai : Anne Boring (Erasmus University, LIEPP Science Po), « Titre à venir»
  • 10 mai : Mariona Segú (INED), “Bike-friendly cities: opportunity or challenge for local businesses?

Management Seminar 2020/2021

On Thursdays from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm. Organizer:   Serge Edouard

  • 8 octobre : Sandra CHARREIRE PETIT sur la e-santé
    Lucile RENARD, présentation de son travail doctoral sur “L’impact du financement issu d’entreprises privées sur la gouvernance des ONG environnementales”
  • 5 novembre : Valérie NICOLAS HEMAR, “How cartoon characters and claims influence children’s attitude towards a snack vegetable – An explorative cross-cultural comparison between Indonesia and Denmark.”
    Mela DJABI et Oriane Sitte de Longueval, “Scapegoating in the Organization
  • 3 décembre : Ahmed BOUNFOUR et Alberto NONNIS “The combined contribution of intangible capital and global value chain participation to productivity
  • 7 janvier :Corine CHEVALIER sur le thème des séniors et de la spiritualité
    Mondher FEKI sur le thème de l’évaluation des systèmes d’information
  • 12 février :Valérie Nicolas- Hemar “Projet EUGLOH
    Clément Sternberger son travail doctoral sous la direction du Pr. Ahmed Bounfour
  • 18 mars :Denis Chabault : “Intégrer le dissensus dans la fabrique de la stratégie
    Mondher Feki sur la blockchain et supply chain
  • 15 avril :
  • 6 mai :
  • 17 juin :

Digital Lunch Seminar 

Organiser: Nicolas Soulié.

Seminar program (2019-2020)


Finance ( Joint Economic & Management) Research Seminar

On Thursdays from 12:30 to 2 pm. Organiser: Philippe Gilet

  • 8 Octobre :
  • 5 Novembre: 
  • 3 Décembre :
  • 7 Janvier :
  • 11 février :
  • 18 Mars :
  • 15 Avril :
  • 6 Mai :

Past Seminars

Economics Lunch Seminar“, “Management Lunch Seminar“, “Digital Economics Seminar” and Finance Lunch Seminar

Valérie Nicolas-Hemar (Univ. Paris-Saclay) and Clément Sternberger (Univ. Paris-Saclay) at the RITM Management Seminar

The next RITM Management Seminar will take place on Friday 12 February, from 14:00 to 16:00. Valérie Nicolas-Hemar (Univ. Paris-Saclay) will present EUGLOH – The European University Alliance for Global Health.Clément Sternberger (PH.D Student, Univ. Paris-Saclay) will present his doctoral research under the supervision of Prof. Ahmed Bounfour.

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Léa Bou Sleiman (ENSAE) at the RITM Economics Seminar

The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 18 January, from 11:00 to 12:00. Léa Bou Sleiman (ENSAE) will present “Are car-free centers detrimental to the periphery? Evidence from the pedestrianisation of the Parisian riverbank”.

Abstract:This paper evaluates the impact of the closing of the “Georges Pompidou” riverbank in 2016 on traffic conditions on the Parisian ring road (“Boulevard Périphérique”). Using high-resolution hourly data and a difference-in-difference design, (…)

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Rozenn Hotte (THEMA-Université de Cergy-Pontoise) at the RITM Economics Seminar

The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 7 December, Online, from 11:00 to 12:00. Rozenn Hotte (THEMA-Université de Cergy-Pontoise) will present “Effects of Primary Education on Women’s Marital Outcomes: Evidence from Benin” with Sarah Deschênes (PSE).

Abstract:We examine the effect of human capital acquired in primary school on women’s marital outcomes in Benin. We exploit a sharp increase in school constructions in the 1990s to assess the (…)

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Aya Nasreddine (University Paris Nanterre) at the Joint Economic and Management Finance Seminar

The next Joint Economic and Management Finance Seminar will take place on Friday 4 December from 11:30 to 13:00, Online.Aya Nasreddine (University Paris Nanterre) will present “Corporate Social Responsibility as a Common Risk Factor” (co-writting with Souad Lajili and Marc Desban.

ABSTRACT:This article challenges factor models widely used to explain stock returns. For European firms involved in corporate social responsibility (CSR) actions, we find a risk premium associated with extra-financial (…)

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Ahmed Bounfour, Alberto Nonnis and Ariane Cherel at the RITM Management Seminar

The next RITM Management Seminar will take place on Thursday 3 December from 14:00 to 16:00 in Room Gaudemet or Online.Ahmed Bounfour (RITM – Université Paris Sacaly) and Alberto Nonnis (RITM – Université Paris Sacaly) will present “The combined contribution of intangible capital and global value chain participation to productivity“.Ariane Cherel (PhD. Student RITM – Université Paris Sacaly) will present her research “la gouvernance de la blockchain“.

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Camille Hémet (PSE) at the RITM Economics Seminar

The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 30 November, Online, from 11:00 to 12:00. Camille Hémet (PSE) will present “Understanding the Reallocation of Displaced Workers to Firms” avec Paul Brandily et Clement Malgouyres.

Abstract:Using matched employer-employee data from France, we estimate the size of earnings loss following a layoff for economic reasons. In line with a large literature we find that displaced workers lose in earnings both (…)

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Gabriel Loumeau (ETH Zurich) at the RITM Economics Seminar

The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 23 November, Online, from 11:00 to 12:00. Gabriel Loumeau (ETH Zurich) will present « Are Regional Borders Invisible ? ».

Abstract :I study how regional borders affect surrounding economic activity. Spatial quasi-experimental variation around French departmental borders reveals discontinuous commuting and residential patterns. To tackle the endogenous border placement problem, I exploit a geometric border design proposed during the French (…)

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Igor Bagayev (Université Paris-Est Créteil) at the RITM Economics Seminar

The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 16 November, Online, from 11:00 to 12:00. Igor Bagayev (Université Paris-Est Créteil) will present “Innovation and Technological Content of Imports” with Ron B. Davies and Dieter F. Kogler ).

Abstract:Trade is a recognized conduit for positive international innovation spillovers. Traditionally, three explanations have been given for this: diffusion (exposure to new ideas), import competition, and importing intermediates. The existing literature (…)

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Valérie NICOLAS-HEMAR (RITM – Université Paris Sacaly) and Melia DJABI (RITM – Université Paris Saclay) and Oriane SITTE de LONGUEVAL (Université de Genève) at the RITM Management Seminar

The next RITM Management Seminar will take place on Thursday 5 November from 14:00 to 16:00 in Room Gaudemet or Online.Valérie NICOLAS-HEMAR (RITM – Université Paris Saclay) will present “How cartoon characters and claims influence children’s attitude towards a snack vegetable – An explorative cross-cultural comparison between Indonesia and Denmark.”Then Melia DJABI (RITM – Université Paris Sacaly) and Oriane SITTE de LONGUEVAL (Université de Genève) will present “Scapegoating (…)

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