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), “Neighbor Effects and Track Choices” co-écrit avec Camille Hémet (ENS – PSE).
  • 29 mars : Vessela Daskalova (University College Dublin), “Signalling Social Identity”  (co-écrit avec M. Drouvelis et N. J. Vriend)
  • 12 avril : Cédric Chambru (UZH Zurich), « socio-economic consequences of protestantism in early modern france»
  • 3 mai : Anne Boring (Erasmus University, LIEPP Science Po), “Turning back the clock: Beliefs in gender norms during lockdown”, co-écrit avec Gloria Moroni
  • 10 mai : Mariona Segú (INED), “Bike-friendly cities: opportunity or challenge for local businesses?”, co-écrit avec Federica Daniele, Youssouf Camara et David Bounie
  • 31 mai : Mathieu Couttenier (University of Lyon, ENS de Lyon & GATE), « The Economic Costs of Conflict: A Production Network Approach », co-écrit avec Nathalie Monnet et Lavinia Piemontese

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 : Pascal Corbel, “Faut-il faire évoluer le modèle PFI ?”
    Mondher FEKI, “Exploring the impact of blockchain use on Supply Chain Management”
  • 20 mai : Philippe SILBERZAHN, EM Lyon, sur “Quasi-composabilité : propriété-cle pour la création d’artefacts sociaux”
  • 17 juin : Isabelle VANDANGEON-DERUMEZ, Université d’Evry, LITEM, “Learning dynamics: exploration or exploitation? A strong process approach of learning networks at SNCF in France” (thème à confirmer).

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

Mariona Segú (INED) at the RITM Economics Seminar

The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 10 May, from 11:00 to 12:00. Mariona Segú (INED) will present “Bike-friendly cities: opportunity or challenge for local businesses ?” co-wrinttin with Federica Daniele, Youssouf Camara et David Bounie.

Abstract:Despite many existing narrative accounts, sound quantitative assessments of the consequences of bike infrastructure development for local economic activity are scarce. We conduct an empirical evaluation of the impact of a (…)

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Anne Boring (Erasmus University, LIEPP Science Po) at the RITM Economics Seminar

The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 3 May, from 11:00 to 12:00. Anne Boring (Erasmus University, LIEPP Science Po) will present “Turning back the clock: Beliefs in gender norms during lockdown” (co-writting with Gloria Moroni.)

Abstract:We study the impact of lockdown measures on beliefs regarding gender norms. We collect data from a representative sample of 1,000 individuals in France during the first COVID-19 lockdown in 2020. (…)

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Vessela Daskalova (University College Dublin) at the RITM Economics Seminar

The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 29 March, from 11:00 to 12:00. Vessela Daskalova (University College Dublin) will present “Signalling Social Identity” (co-writting with M. Drouvelis and N. J. Vriend)

Abstract:This experiment focuses on two questions: First, are individuals willing to incur a cost to signal their true (or false) group identity to a person they are matched to interact with? Second, we test whether a (…)

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Denis CHABAULT (Univ. Paris-Saclay) at the RITM Management Seminar

The next RITM Management Seminar will take place on Friday 18 March, from 14:00 to 16:00. Denis CHABAULT (Univ. Paris-Saclay) will present “Pour une approche dissensuelle du management : retour sur l’utilisation de la méthode LEGO© SERIOUS PLAY©” (co-writting with Jean-Jacques FELIX, Delta Management et Régis MARTINEAU, ICN Business School, CEREFIGE).

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Manon Garrouste (LEM-CNRS, Université de Lille)at the RITM Economics Seminar

The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 1st March, from 11:00 to 12:00. Manon Garrouste (LEM-CNRS, Université de Lille) will present “Neighbor Effects and Track Choices” co-writting with Camille Hémet (ENS – PSE).

Abstract:The aim of the paper is to analyze the effect of neighbors’ choices on individual track choices at the end of lower secondary education. To take account of endogenous location decisions, we use within-catchment-area (…)

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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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